Emulate Sto. Ni o, Tagle Exhorts Fait...

Emulate Sto. Ni o, Tagle Exhorts Faithful

There are 164 comments on the Manila Bulletin story from Jan 20, 2013, titled Emulate Sto. Ni o, Tagle Exhorts Faithful. In it, Manila Bulletin reports that:

Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle has this simple tip to the faithful: Be like the Sto.

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israelNOTpinas

Makati, Philippines

#148 Aug 22, 2013
_leisure_ wrote:
It was a very brief article that's very easy to understand. And yet you keep your eyes looking sideways not straight. How else would you be able to accept and understand the complicated ones?
Read the Bible Period.

Don't just feed your Mind with Pasugo News Update...

Iglesia ni cristo is Dictatorship. Live in a Democratic way. Live in Freedom!

Don't just feed your Mind - Freed your Mind from INC Brainwashing!!!

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#149 Aug 23, 2013
TheRealOzzy wrote:
I guess you dont understand. I keep my mind open and aware when I read lies. Just keeping it real and not "accepting" something just because someone from a church says its true.
I dont "accept" anything until I read and investigate for myself. I dont just "accept" what others tell me to believe.
So Ozzy, since you won't divulge your religious affiliation, don't blame me to apply to you the duck test:

If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck.

Your belief looks like the protestant's, you reason out like them, you deny there is a true church like them, then probably you are a member of the protestants.

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#150 Aug 23, 2013
israelNOTpinas wrote:
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Read the Bible Period.
Don't just feed your Mind with Pasugo News Update...
Iglesia ni cristo is Dictatorship. Live in a Democratic way. Live in Freedom!
Don't just feed your Mind - Freed your Mind from INC Brainwashing!!!
Since you kept on mentioning the word freedom, let me know what you meant to live in freedom.

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#151 Aug 23, 2013
_leisure_ wrote:
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So Ozzy, since you won't divulge your religious affiliation, don't blame me to apply to you the duck test:
If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck.
Ahhh...now maybe you are beginning to understand. If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quack likes a duck then it must be a duck. Let's apply that to Felix Manalo, eh?

Felix Manalo = False Prophet
Lets see...went to many protestants to learn? yup. Was called a man of low morals by a judge? yup. Claimed it was his right to have many women like Solomen? yup. Picks and chooses bible verses from 60 different bibles to support false teachings? yup. Shall I keep going? I dont think there is any need because that sounds like a whole lot of quacking.

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#152 Aug 24, 2013
TheRealOzzy wrote:
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Ahhh...now maybe you are beginning to understand. If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quack likes a duck then it must be a duck. Let's apply that to Felix Manalo, eh?
Felix Manalo = False Prophet
Lets see...went to many protestants to learn? yup. Was called a man of low morals by a judge? yup. Claimed it was his right to have many women like Solomen? yup. Picks and chooses bible verses from 60 different bibles to support false teachings? yup. Shall I keep going? I dont think there is any need because that sounds like a whole lot of quacking.
Ozzy, that's a whole lot of quacking from the flock of ducks where you are a member. You won't just admit it.

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#153 Aug 24, 2013
_leisure_ wrote:
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Ozzy, that's a whole lot of quacking from the flock of ducks where you are a member. You won't just admit it.
That applies to you and your cult. I just showed you that Manalo is a false prophet and I could give many more examples. Interesting how you cult members reconcile that Manalo is an angel.

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#154 Aug 24, 2013
TheRealOzzy wrote:
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That applies to you and your cult. I just showed you that Manalo is a false prophet and I could give many more examples. Interesting how you cult members reconcile that Manalo is an angel.
It sounds the way the protestants quack, that's where you belong.

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#155 Aug 24, 2013
I quack where the truth is. I dont follow a quack.

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#156 Aug 24, 2013
TheRealOzzy wrote:
I quack where the truth is. I dont follow a quack.
I've heard before the same sound of what you quack now. You follow what your flock quacks.

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#157 Aug 24, 2013
Nice try, leisure. Im a free thinker. You are not. Your cult doesnt allow you to read and consider the truth. That's why people call your members "drones".

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#158 Aug 25, 2013
Not true at all. It's what your flock of protestants quack and you quack in unison with them too. It's all the same old quack stemming from uneducated knowledge about the true doctrines of the church.

So, what is peculiar to your particular flock that makes you distinct from the other bunch? Out of the opposing beliefs and diverse colors of the protestants, you have a distinguishable set of beliefs you are fighting for. What is it?

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#159 Aug 25, 2013
_leisure_ wrote:
Not true at all. It's what your flock of protestants quack and you quack in unison with them too. It's all the same old quack stemming from uneducated knowledge about the true doctrines of the church.
So, what is peculiar to your particular flock that makes you distinct from the other bunch? Out of the opposing beliefs and diverse colors of the protestants, you have a distinguishable set of beliefs you are fighting for. What is it?
You mean the doctrines of YOUR cult. It is not the true church but I understand that is what you have been fooled and brainwashed to believe.

Being distinct or different does not make you right. You realize that so many of your cults ridiculous beliefs and doctrines are only believed by your cult? You think the rapist Manalo was the first one to figure out scripture meaning in 2000 years of biblical scholars and theologians?

They make you feel special belonging to this cult club, dont you? They make you feel like you are a chosen people? They make you feel like you are guaranteed salvation through them? You feel special when you cheer loudly during debates even though there is something inside your heart that questions if your guy is right? You feel special when you hear your minister scream and yell bad things about Catholics and Protestants during his sermon instead of focusing on the bible teachings? You feel special when you say prayers and sing hymns that include Felix Manalo? I bet you are all warm and fuzzy now.

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#160 Aug 25, 2013
You are a cult, a cult, a cult! That's the choral quack of the protestants. LOL, all of you go for it as if it became your battle cry theme song. But that term is inappropriate to be applied to the Church.

I understood you were hurt by the truth being taught by the ministers of the Church when discussing the falsity of the protestant's belief. The main conflict there is the teaching that one should be inside the church before one can be saved since Jesus Christ will only save whomever entered into his Church. That's also how the Jews felt when Jesus originally taught it. It's normal to feel like that.

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#161 Aug 25, 2013
Again, to use your own reference of being a duck, then INM is a cult. There is no other way to describe it using one word.

Hurt by your cult? LOL!!! Your cult was hurt when I took my wife away. Another member gone and a lot of money out of their pockets. So sad for the INM cult.

And did you read my post about how INM is guilty of creature worship? I guess it just hurts you knowing that you are forced to believe what you are told. And if you ask any questions then you risk being kicked out of your rah-rah glee club.

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#162 Aug 25, 2013
It's your wife's loss Ozzy, not the Church's. The Church kicked her out because of your fornication. You actually took out her chance of being saved, you harmed her in that way.

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#163 Aug 25, 2013
_leisure_ wrote:
It's your wife's loss Ozzy, not the Church's. The Church kicked her out because of your fornication. You actually took out her chance of being saved, you harmed her in that way.
Believe what you will. She believes she was saved from an evil cult. I tend to agree. Your cult can not judge who gets saved and who doesnt. Just more proof of your brainwashing. Fire and brimstone! Fire and brimstone! LOL

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#164 Aug 26, 2013
Jesus cannot save those that are outside. The pouring of blood for his church is Jesus way of cleaning humans of their sin thereby affording redemption from the punishment which is eternal damnation in the lake of fire. Whoever believes, baptized in his church, and abide by his words can receive the promised eternal life in heaven. How can she be saved now that she's outside the church?

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#165 Aug 26, 2013
Well, there is no salvation in the INM cult because you believe a false prophet/angel(what ever you want to call him) with false teachings.

But I do believe that many or most of your members will be saved only because they do have faith in God and were too weak minded and led astray.

The mind and heart can be both powerful and weak. Some know how to use influence for power and some are too weak to fall for their propaganda. While it is unfortunate that many have fallen to the false teachings of the INM cult, many will eventually escape. Yes there will still be many to fall into their darkness. But the fortunate thing is that there will be many more escaping.

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#166 Aug 26, 2013
[QUOTE who="_leisure_]How can she be saved now that she's outside the church?[/QUOTE]

For one, INC is not the true church of Christ, its the church of Manalo.

Christ died for all (explicitly mentioned in 2 Corinthians 5:14-15), not some, not one group. All.
pazuzu

Barrigada, Guam

#167 Aug 26, 2013
"The Trinity is a wonderful mystery. No one understands it. The most learned theologian, the holiest Pope, the greatest saint, all are mystified by it as a child of seven."

Elias "bakla" Ibarra,

Trinitarians understand the concept of the trinity(one God). Being mysterious is an attribute of God.

Give us an accurate description of God's physical attributes.

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