Sorry never posted there. There is a duststorm that came here after me. I have no idea what you are talking about, but you are perpetuating a lie. If someone were to discuss something in charity then fine. However the common theme in here have been false Jesuit Oaths, the church is the whore of babylon. Oddly enough the church is never the church because it doesnt say Roman Catholic in the bible which isnt a proper title anyway, but it is the Church not named in Revelations as the whore for some Protestant anyway.<quoted text>
But wait...wasn't it you who frequented the "Why I no Longer Believe in Jesus" thread with thousands of 1 liner innuendos of derogatory remarks for several months? Your Jesus would be SO proud of you for such arrogance and hatred toward humanity in their quest toward truth. If anyone or anything drove me from christianity, you were the prime factor.
Congratulation in your effort! You have succeeded in it completely!
When I was actually considering it as a viable possibility, your efforts showed me that it was mere hostility and arrogance....and then further investigation led to conclusion that it was a complete fraudulent culture of insane indoctrination.
Thank you for showing the hatred of your cult.
There are quite a few good protestants who are not like those in here. Who do seek more knowledge. Many militant anti-catholics who could think of nothing more deplorable than becoming Catholic have converted in recent times. One has to be open to looking at something and actually debating or discussing what is said rather than looking for a source to respond for the sake of responding which may not pertain to the points being made at all but cover the general subject. G.K. Chesterton a convert who went the other direction of most of the intellectuals of his time is very interesting.
We hear much of Clarence Darrows defeating I wanna say Jennings the Protestant, but little about how Chesterton defeated him soundly in a debate. Chesterton once revered became enemy number 1 when he converted to the Church. C.S. Lewis Mere Christianity has bridged the gap for many agnostics and atheists. But as I said you accuse me of being where I wasnt. I respond to misrepresentations of the faith which in here there have been too many to count.