Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

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The VaticanA issued a document Tuesday restatingA its belief that the Roman Catholic Church is the only true church of Jesus Christ. Full Story

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#441038 May 14, 2013
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He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.
Its called a Bible!!!!
when did they rename Jesus-"bible"?
marge

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#441039 May 14, 2013
Religion A Delusion wrote:
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He sure as heck is a slacker.
He said he'd be back "soon." That was 2000 years ago.
That would be two days in His time.

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#441040 May 14, 2013
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If somebody showed me I posted some lies, do you think I would continue on with that? This shows how twisted your brand of the faith is. Its completely warped.
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You have posted lies....and posted lies...you have said over and over "Christ is God " God is Christ"...you have been shown, from Scripture, your Catholic Encyclopedia, your pope approved NABre over and over that you are lying...and you continue lying....

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#441041 May 14, 2013
Oh yeah! I bet it was at one o' them council things where everyone gits all drinked up an they gotta call them centurian fellas in ta stop the bloody fights like them first ones.
Them bishop fellas was quite the scrappers y'know.
OldJG

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#441042 May 14, 2013
Religion A Delusion wrote:
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He sure as heck is a slacker.
He said he'd be back "soon." That was 2000 years ago.
marge wrote:
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That would be two days in His time.
Well said Marge but they won't get it without explanation.

II Peter 3:8, "But do not overlook this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day."

Glad to help and God bless you.

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#441043 May 14, 2013
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That would be two days in His time.
if one is without the creation there is no time.

That is a man made creation.

So guess what...anything could be possible in that respect...if that is the case.
Remember the Day/night inference though...that would make it relevant to "man time"-in the "Goldilocks" position we now occupy.
truth

Perth, Australia

#441044 May 14, 2013
one Jesus day=1000 human years

predict and profit=two deference meaning
profit=money
no all people not interesting about money to be rich

predict=vision

no everyone don't liked that others see or know

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#441045 May 14, 2013
OldJG wrote:
Religion A Delusion wrote:
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He sure as heck is a slacker.
He said he'd be back "soon." That was 2000 years ago.
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Well said Marge but they won't get it without explanation.
II Peter 3:8, "But do not overlook this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day."
Glad to help and God bless you.
Didn't Jesus say...within your lifetime to his disciples?
Ther not gonna look to good when he gits back y'know.
An I really wouldn't blame 'em if they was a bit pissed neither!

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#441046 May 14, 2013
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one has to wonder what "written" language was used, seeing that "Hebrew writing wasn't even in existence until between 1200-1100 BCE, and so far, no writing has ever reached much past 4000 years in our present knowledge of civilization.
Until such time as that knowledge is refuted, I have to categorize that statement as an "argument from ignorance", or an outright lie.
Contrary to the contentions of Wellhausen, who maintained, against archaeological evidence already available in his day, that writing did not appear among the Hebrews until the early monarchy; they had the means of producing written records at their disposal from very early times.

Moses who is credited with writing the Torah (Five books of Moses; Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) was educated in the house of Pharaoh, he would have been literate not only in Egyptian but the surrounding cultures in his day.

In the book of Job, dated to the Patriarchal period (2100-1800 B.C.) before the time of Moses, Job refers to writing and the material on which one writes. Writing with an Iron pen upon stone and lead is clearly described; lead a soft material could be inscribed with an Iron stylus. Soft Clay was also a material used to write upon, preserving the words of the writer.

"Oh, that my words were written! Oh, that they were inscribed in a book! That they were engraved on a rock With an iron pen and lead, forever! Job 19:23-24

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#441047 May 14, 2013
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<quoted text>it's tiger lilly,my mothers favorite flower,there all over my yard.
Do you and/or your mother refer to them as "bro"????!!!

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#441048 May 14, 2013
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When did you reach "perfection?
Perfect: teleios: complete (in various applications of labor, growth, mental and moral character, etc.); neuter (as noun, with 3588) completeness:--of full age, man, perfect.

She reached her perfection when she was complete in growth, mentally and morally...

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#441049 May 14, 2013
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Contrary to the contentions of Wellhausen, who maintained, against archaeological evidence already available in his day, that writing did not appear among the Hebrews until the early monarchy; they had the means of producing written records at their disposal from very early times.
Moses who is credited with writing the Torah (Five books of Moses; Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) was educated in the house of Pharaoh, he would have been literate not only in Egyptian but the surrounding cultures in his day.
In the book of Job, dated to the Patriarchal period (2100-1800 B.C.) before the time of Moses, Job refers to writing and the material on which one writes. Writing with an Iron pen upon stone and lead is clearly described; lead a soft material could be inscribed with an Iron stylus. Soft Clay was also a material used to write upon, preserving the words of the writer.
"Oh, that my words were written! Oh, that they were inscribed in a book! That they were engraved on a rock With an iron pen and lead, forever! Job 19:23-24
well now. I'll tell ya what. Moses was indeed in Egypt and was a very important figure, so I would say he may have been privy to the writing. The problem I find is that it was in heiroglyph(picture writing) with little or no script to enunciate at the time. Phrases such as you have shown were never rendered, even in the times the Greeks studied in Egypt(much later).
In all fairness, they may have been scripted in "proto-Semetic" such as was found in Ebla(in clay). If that were the case, there should be some remnant of those writings. So far there are none.
We shall see. I would be as excited as you if there was some found evidence..as there could be some tangible evidence to that part of history.

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#441050 May 14, 2013
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Perfect: teleios: complete (in various applications of labor, growth, mental and moral character, etc.); neuter (as noun, with 3588) completeness:--of full age, man, perfect.
She reached her perfection when she was complete in growth, mentally and morally...
Sorry to say, I have not reached that pinnacle yet...but I am working at it.

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Do you and/or your mother refer to them as "bro"????!!!
I don't know about you folks, but mine refer to it as "blood", and there is good reason. We are not all pure, but we knew them by the "cut".

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#441052 May 14, 2013
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<quoted text>well now. I'll tell ya what. Moses was indeed in Egypt and was a very important figure, so I would say he may have been privy to the writing. The problem I find is that it was in heiroglyph(picture writing) with little or no script to enunciate at the time. Phrases such as you have shown were never rendered, even in the times the Greeks studied in Egypt(much later).
In all fairness, they may have been scripted in "proto-Semetic" such as was found in Ebla(in clay). If that were the case, there should be some remnant of those writings. So far there are none.
We shall see. I would be as excited as you if there was some found evidence..as there could be some tangible evidence to that part of history.
The Word of God is not accepted on evidence....it is based on belief..

"Oh, that my words were written! Oh, that they were inscribed in a book! That they were engraved on a rock With an iron pen and lead, forever! Job 19:23-24

You have the God given right to reject His Word...when you find evidence that any Word in the Bible is provable in a Court of Law...let me know...

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I don't know about you folks, but mine refer to it as "blood", and there is good reason. We are not all pure, but we knew them by the "cut".
"blood" means "bro!!!!" Check your head air pressure...you have a serious leak!!!!

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#441054 May 14, 2013
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The Word of God is not accepted on evidence....it is based on belief..
"Oh, that my words were written! Oh, that they were inscribed in a book! That they were engraved on a rock With an iron pen and lead, forever! Job 19:23-24
You have the God given right to reject His Word...when you find evidence that any Word in the Bible is provable in a Court of Law...let me know...
I was just trying to explain the facts and particulars of discovery is all.

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#441055 May 14, 2013
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"blood" means "bro!!!!" Check your head air pressure...you have a serious leak!!!!
No I don't. I am telling you how it is...for many centuries.

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"blood" means "bro!!!!" Check your head air pressure...you have a serious leak!!!!
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
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No I don't. I am telling you how it is...for many centuries.
You have my interest...Show me your evidence that for centuries, "blood" means "bro".....

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#441057 May 14, 2013
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"blood" means "bro!!!!" Check your head air pressure...you have a serious leak!!!!
Yeah. Maybe we should just leave it at that...I have a serious "air leak".
I'm good with that.

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