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Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 691919 comments on the CBC News story from Jul 10, 2007, titled Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican. In it, CBC News reports that:

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

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“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

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#441384 May 15, 2013
Oxbow wrote:
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I interpret nothing from Scripture..
You evidently disagree with what I know the message therein contains from Scripture..So....help me out here...tell me what message you see in the same Scripture...
You are such a liar!
The story of Jonah (I explained it's root) is a perfect example of your erroneous interpretation.

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#441385 May 15, 2013
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Since you view teachings based on Scripture as "Another cathaholic invention of synod made to law by council and papal bull-literally"...I have no further interest with discussing Scripture with you...
Of course you don't!

You don't or can't stand to hear the real truth!

That would upend your entire world of make believe.

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#441386 May 15, 2013
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Black Thunder 42 wrote:
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1 "How fortunate are the poor ; they have the Kingdom of Elohim.
2 How fortunate the hungry ; they will be fed.
3 How fortunate those who weep ; they will laugh."
May have been the very first recorded...there are many more from the original records.
I have 18 versions of the Bible....none show these words...pxxxxxx upwind causes it to fly back in your face....if you enjoy that...continue...

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#441387 May 15, 2013
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no I don;t...except as a cathaholic reconstruction of meaning related to their doctrine.
3 days is the time when the sun sets on the same point of the horizon before it begins ascent again...it is ancient knowledge...that's where your silly story came from.
You can be so easily duped into anything cant you?
No amount of explaining from me will help you...

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#441388 May 16, 2013
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Black Thunder 42 wrote:
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You are such a liar!
The story of Jonah (I explained it's root) is a perfect example of your erroneous interpretation.
You can't answer my question "So....help me out here...tell me what message you see in the same Scripture" because you have not the slightest clue as to what it says other than what I showed you...becaue there is no other message....

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

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#441389 May 16, 2013
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I have 18 versions of the Bible....none show these words...pxxxxxx upwind causes it to fly back in your face....if you enjoy that...continue...
Of course you don't. They are in writings rejected by "your" canon.
That of the "accepted" cathaholic version.
Would you like more?

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

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#441391 May 16, 2013
Oxbow wrote:
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You can't answer my question "So....help me out here...tell me what message you see in the same Scripture" because you have not the slightest clue as to what it says other than what I showed you...becaue there is no other message....
there IS no message except to pervert the rational and point it to the thinking of the structure of the papal lie.

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

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#441392 May 16, 2013
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there IS no message except to pervert the rational and point it to the thinking of the structure of the papal lie.
Do you have a "special conclave" that disseminates every post that you make or that is replied to?
Is that the purpose of your enumeration?
I could feel special in that you will loose most of it in the argument...even though you might try to defame me with such ludicrous statements of your "seagrams 7" defamations....which only prove your desparation in light of truth and actuality.

Carry on...

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

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#441393 May 16, 2013
Oxbow wrote:
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No amount of explaining from me will help you...
Of course not...you are a jesuit fraud....

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#441394 May 16, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
I just watched a program called "truth seekers."
On the program it showed how the air-force was doing tests on pilots concerning what happened to them when they pass-out from the blood leaving their brains from extreme Gravitational-force.
When the pilots came back to conscious-awareness, some of them told of having the same experiences as those who claim to have had near-death experiences.
They saw relatives on earth and ones that were deceased. And they felt euphoric and saw bright lights, etc.
Scientists explained it as a natural state of what occurs when the brain is deprived of oxygen.
Many in religion are anxious to attach their theology to the issue ... but my guess is, the more scientists study the phenomena, the more they will conclude it has nothing in common with religion.
I believe it happens because if you know your life is about to end your final thoughts are going to be on the people you truly loved and cared about threw out out your life,it's not a glimpse into heaven or hell.

Since: Nov 08

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#441395 May 16, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
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If you put faith in a second coming, those "are" your desires.
Your bible would be worse than useless to you if you thought Jesus was not going to come to save you.
I don't believe any savior is necessary for animals, and whether humans want to face it or not ... we are ALL simply animals.
If there just happens to be an afterlife, my guess is, it will include all the same type of life that ever existed on earth ... even dinosaurs.
That would only be fair.
:)
I have no bible,i don't believe in blind faith,i believe in reality/evolution-ism,there is no second coming,there will be another mass extinction,i believe the earth/universe was created by a massive explosion billions of years ago between matter and anti-matter or dark matter as they call it today,we were not tossed together on a whim from a god who just happened by and thought this would be a great place to start a chaotic world,o god can not exist from nothing he had to come from some thing,was he created shortly after the great blast? I do believe life on earth was helped by the bombardment of years of meteors,asteroids,comets.where else would the water come from,the life force behind anything created,a chemical reaction took place and eventually evolved to what you see today,if we lived on a planet created by a god how come it's not going to last forever? eventually the sun is going to burn out and man/earth will be gone,scientists are frantically searching for a place for us to go billions are being spent by a combination of countries trying to figure out how are we going to get out of here before the end comes? our demise if it happens will be our fault not because of a battle between good an evil.

Since: Nov 08

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#441396 May 16, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
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*whispers* Psst - Jethro is sort of like you - but a Realist.
Yes i do happen to agree with her on this point. you have a better one? no you don't, you just think you do,because you were told you did.

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

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#441397 May 16, 2013
Oxbow wrote:
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I have 18 versions of the Bible....none show these words...pxxxxxx upwind causes it to fly back in your face....if you enjoy that...continue...
Well then, maybe it's time you got one that states what Jesus actually said, rather than one that "redacted" everything that he really said!
Try the NH library, Or the Qumran scrolls for a start.

But yer "pope" might jist "smite ya fer it!

Oh...Ya want some of yer favorite Seagrams 7 fer the trip?

Personally, I find it rather "cheap and trashy proof"...as I find "you".

Since: Nov 08

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#441398 May 16, 2013
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You think bc there is cancer and its not always cured God doesn't exsist? If you believe in eternal life than you know what happens on earth is irrelavent. You would also know to trust and have faith in God. Jesus was crucified and God let it happen! If the son of God is allowed to suffer what makes you think we are any better? Unfortunatly because Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit from the Tree of knowledge we must all learn different lessons! Some will suffer, others will not, but the point is God worned them to not eat of the tree of knowledge. Now we must learn hense the name, "Tree of knowledge!" But, For God so loved the world he gave his only begotten son so that they may not perish but have ever lasting life! See God does love us all and wants us to be with him! I had a hard time accepting God and his love bc of my own pride,fears, and honestly I'm glad I don't suffer like the Agnostic or Athiest but I did at one time! THANK YOU LORD FOR SHOWING ME THE TRUTH AND LOVING ME ENOUGH TO REVEAL YOUR HOLY SPIRIT! I TRUST YOU AND HAVE FAITH THAT NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS TO ME I WILL WALK WITH YOU IN THE END!
If god exists why would he give cancer to a person in the first place, like me for instance? i never did anything that would be considered bad enough,that i deserve such a fate.why would he give a new born child the disease? what has the child done that was so bad? being born without permission?

Since: Nov 08

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#441399 May 16, 2013
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Yes, we do have St. Peter's remains. That was a mistake on my part. But we don't base our faith on that fact. It would still be the Catholic faith, with or without his remains.
that's a theory,just because you find a box with the name peter on it doesn't mean that is who is in the box,since there is no possible way to prove it (no relatives),you can't say with 100% surety that is what you have.the catholic church is known for being untrustworthy so it could be one of their made up scams.and since peter was married with children what happened to them when he became a apostle?

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#441400 May 16, 2013
Saint Peter's tomb is a site under St. Peter's Basilica that includes several graves and a structure said by Vatican authorities to have been built to memorialize the location of St. Peter's grave. St. Peter's tomb is near the west end of a complex of mausoleums that date between about AD 130 and AD 300. The complex was partially torn down and filled with earth to provide a foundation for the building of the first St. Peter's Basilica during the reign of Constantine I in about AD 330. Though many bones have been found at the site of the 2nd-century shrine, as the result of two campaigns of archaeological excavation, Pope Pius XII stated in December 1950 that none could be confirmed to be Saint Peter's with absolute certainty. However, following the discovery of further bones and an inscription, on June 26, 1968 Pope Paul VI announced that the relics of St. Peter had been identified.
The grave claimed by the Church to be that of St. Peter lies at the foot of the aedicula beneath the floor. The remains of four individuals and several farm animals were found in this grave. In 1953, after the initial archeological efforts had been completed, another set of bones were found that were said to have been removed without the archeologists' knowledge from a niche (loculus) in the north side of a wall (the graffiti wall) that abuts the red wall on the right of the aedicula. Subsequent testing indicated that these were the bones of a 60-70 year old man. Margherita Guarducci argued that these were the remains of St. Peter and that they had been moved into a niche in the graffiti wall from the grave under the aedicula "at the time of Constantine, after the peace of the church" (313). Antonio Ferrua, the archaeologist who headed the excavation that uncovered what is known as the St. Peter's Tomb, said that he wasn't convinced that the bones that were found were those of St. Peter.

Since: Nov 08

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#441401 May 16, 2013
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They THINK they have his bones. Probably not. They thought they had his chair too until a Muslim pointed out some Islamic carvings on it. LOL.
The obelisk in St. Peters is of pagan origin. SILLY PEOPLE.
The statues have been renamed. Mary and Jesus is Isis and Horus - predating Christ by centuries.
Yet they still believe they are the only ones who can interpret scripture and only they have the truth.
if the church does not follow ant pagan traditions,why do you find statues of pagan gods all over Vatican city?
Religion A Delusion

Titusville, FL

#441402 May 16, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
It's too bad that the supposed savior Jesus is not in his supposed tomb.
My guess is if they had a body in that tomb, they would find out that the father's DNA is not of a spirit, but rather of a mortal man of earth.
The Catholic-theologians struck it lucky when they made up the story that he rose from the dead and disappeared into the wild blue yonder.
With no body to be found ... no DNA sample can be tested to prove that the father was of earth, NOT of spirit.
:)
Good point. Now that we have the means (DNA testing, carbon dating, and other forensic methods), isn't it time for the Catholic church put up or shut up?

lol, they know what they have. There will never be any testing. They tried it with the shroud and that was a major embarrassment (oops, wrong cloth), so never again.
Religion A Delusion

Titusville, FL

#441403 May 16, 2013
Is the god-delusion harmless?
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#441404 May 16, 2013
Religion A Delusion wrote:
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Good point. Now that we have the means (DNA testing, carbon dating, and other forensic methods), isn't it time for the Catholic church put up or shut up?
lol, they know what they have. There will never be any testing. They tried it with the shroud and that was a major embarrassment (oops, wrong cloth), so never again.
They have no bodies of the supposed twelve apostles, Mother Mary, Peter the first pope, Jesus, the three supposed wise men, and on and on and on ... because from my perception they were characters in plays, as were all the other sons of gods and followers that supposedly came to earth to preach messages of salvation.

Silly stuff indeed!

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