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Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican

There are 642158 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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Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#474477 Sep 2, 2013
Billy Graham has turned over a "new leaf" in his bible, as he preaches that humans no longer have to be Christian to go to heaven.

I wonder if non-human animals will be able to go to heaven if THEY are not Christian.

Sarcasm intended.

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#474478 Sep 2, 2013
Ya see that issue that Catholic theologians taught concerning that Jesus is still alive is what encouraged Christians to believe that after he went to Christian heaven to wait for them, he could see that Christians were indeed more worthy of salvation than were those yucky Jews.

I've been on threads of forums since 2006, and not one Christian will go so far as to claim that Jesus was anything but a Jew or that he practiced anything other than Judaism when he was alive in bodily form on earth.

And yet, somehow after his death and revival of flying off to heaven in spirit form ... he became a supporter of ONLY Christians.

His mother Mary also died a faithful Jew to Judaism ... but after her earthly death, she mysteriously became a Catholic saint.

So many lies came to PLAY
And to this day
They came to stay
OldJG

Rockford, IL

#474479 Sep 2, 2013
Claudius, Bishop of Turin

Claudius of Turin was an 8th Century Bishop who fought against the growing errors of the
Roman church.

Claudius spent three years as court chaplain to Louis (778-840) king of Aquitaine. Louis
commissioned Claudius to write commentaries on nearly all the books of the Bible for the
education of the clergy. When Louis became Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire in 813 he
appointed Claudius to the see of Turin in 817. Under the favorable circumstances resulting from
the Council of Frankfurt in 794 (which among other things condemned the decree of the Second
Council of Nicaea (787) on the worship of icons) Claudius set about to reform the church.
Claudius, commencing his role as Bishop of Turin, spoke out against a number of excesses in the
Church. He made a series of attacks on image worship, relics, pilgrimages, intercession of the
saints, the adoration of the cross and every visible symbol of Christ’s life. He found the Italian churches full of idolatry and sought to reverse this trend:

‘I found all the churches filled with sordid images, which are anathematized and contrary to true teaching. Since everyone was honoring them, I undertook their destruction single-handed.’

He denounced the worship of images and specifically the adoration of the cross saying:‘Because
Christ suffered on it we might also worship every virgin because he was born of a virgin, every
manger because he was laid in a manger, every ship because he taught from a ship, yea, every ass
because he rode on as ass into Jerusalem.’

He also spoke against the intercession of the saints,‘whoever seeks from any creature in heaven or on earth the salvation which he should seek from God alone, is an idolater. The departed saints
themselves do not wish to be worshiped by us and cannot help us. While we live we may aid each
other by prayers, but not after death.’

Claudius also taught publicly that the apostolic office of St Peter ceased with his life, that the
“power of the keys” passed to the whole Episcopal order and he therefore opposed the pilgrimages
to Rome that sought intercession from the Apostle Peter. He said ‘there is no greater scandal that
to prohibit a man from taking that path by which he is able to travel to eternal joys.’

He had little regard for the Roman see and courted much scorn and criticism. He was censured by
Pope Paschalis I, and opposed by his old friend the Abbot Theodemir of Nismes to whom he had
dedicated his lost commentary of Leviticus (823).

He was also opposed by Dungal (of Scotland or
Ireland, about 827), and by Bishop Jonas of Orleans (840), who unjustly charged him with the
Adoptionist and even the Arian heresy. The all-powerful influence of the popes, the sensuous
tendency of the age, the ignorance of the clergy, and the general lack of knowledge among the
people combined to result in the ultimate victory of image worship in Italy and even France.
LTM

Geraldton, Canada

#474480 Sep 2, 2013
There once was a woman: to her was intrusted two seeds.
They looked the same, colour, weight, and size.
Everyday she watered them faithfully.
soon she noticed one of the seeds had started to spout, the other one showed no sign of life.
Thinking it had died, she turned all her attention to the one that was already growing at a very fast rate.
It's leafs were were a large lustious green, started to climb over the fence into the next yard.
Before she realized what was happening it started to choke everything it came in contacted with.
The lady with much regret knew she had planted a seed of hate.
Discourage and full of sorrow the lady tried in vain to kill the plant without much success.
Low on spirit the lady turned to the other seed, hoping that she could save it.
The lady couldn't believe her eyes ,not getting the attentiom it needed, the little seed sent it's roots down deep to get the nurtrition it had not recieved from the lady to survive.
A miracle happied, it's roots grow so strong it choked off the roots to the other planet.
Its roots were weak and had no depth to them.
The lady realized this was the seed of love, the one she should have devoted more time to .
She was thankful a very important lesson.
She shared the plant with others restoring love, hope, and joy.
Giving the seeds of love for all to enjoy.
The moral of the story is love conquers all .
Its the greatest Gift of all.
Water the seeds of love every day
Give ove all the attention it needs to grow.
I promise you will never be disappointed,
It will come back to you 100 fold.

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#474481 Sep 2, 2013
If the humans had written that Jesus simply died and that his spirit was with the god who sent him ... that would be Jehovah ... the god of the Jews.

There IS no other god but the one god, so if Jesus lived, Jehovah HAD to be Jesus' one and only father.

From Jehovah he came ... and so back TO Jehovah he went.

Ex-Jew Catholics tried honing in on the Jews' images of the one god ... and that (even for those in religion that are prone to lie that they own truth) was stretching a LIE to the breaking point.
OldJG

Rockford, IL

#474482 Sep 2, 2013
OldJG wrote:
<quoted text>
You said, quote, "Maybe the simplest way to see the difference is this: Fundamentalists see the Church as man’s gift (of worship) to God, while Catholics see it as God’s gift (of salvation) to man.” End quote.

One of the most asinine ignorant statements spoken by a Roman Catholic. Absolutely stupid.

You said, quote,“For fundamentalists, we’re saved as individuals and then join in a kind of ecclesiastical chorus to sing our thanks back to God. For Catholics, we are saved precisely by being incorporated into the Church, Christ’s mystical Body, as Noah and his family were saved by being put into the ark.(Many of the Church Fathers use the ark as a symbol for the Church.)” End quote.

Everyone, if they are going to be saved it will be individually not corporately.

You said, quote,“It’s as if — to extend the metaphor — fundamentalists prefer to be saved by clinging to individual life preservers, then tying them together for fellowship.” End quote.

Tying them together? You are nuts?

You said, quote,“To Catholics, the Church is “the mystical Body of Christ.” The Church is a “mystery.” Fundamentalists don’t understand this category.“Mystery” sounds suspiciously pagan to them. They want their religion to be clear and simple (as Moslems do). They’ll admit, of course, that God’s ways are not our ways and often appear mysterious to us. But they don’t want their Church to be mysterious, like God, because they don’t think of it as an extension of God but as an extension of man.” End quote.

God did not make salvation a mystery. Even a child can understantd the Gospel message. Obviously, Roman Catholics cannot. Also, spelling is not your long suit is it? Moslems? What is a Moslem?
Anthony MN wrote:
<quoted text>
Note the quotation marks and the link. I didn't write it, Catholic convert and former evangelical fundamentalist Dr. Peter Kreeft wrote it.
Moslem is the older spelling of Muslim. The newer spelling has only been around for a few decades Mr. History.
Again, you never answer the questions or challenge my statements regarding your dribble. Why not? Rat got your tongue? Evidently you have no answer and agree. Thank you! It finally sank in.

Dr. Peter Kreeft is nothing more than a former Protestant. You gave him a title of "former evangelical fundamentalist". Actually, he is nothing more than a former Protestant.
LTM

Geraldton, Canada

#474483 Sep 2, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
Ya see that issue that Catholic theologians taught concerning that Jesus is still alive is what encouraged Christians to believe that after he went to Christian heaven to wait for them, he could see that Christians were indeed more worthy of salvation than were those yucky Jews.
I've been on threads of forums since 2006, and not one Christian will go so far as to claim that Jesus was anything but a Jew or that he practiced anything other than Judaism when he was alive in bodily form on earth.
And yet, somehow after his death and revival of flying off to heaven in spirit form ... he became a supporter of ONLY Christians.
His mother Mary also died a faithful Jew to Judaism ... but after her earthly death, she mysteriously became a Catholic saint.
So many lies came to PLAY
And to this day
They came to stay
God came to earth wrapped in human flesh, borned into a jewish family, and walked among us.
He was called Jesus by this parents, handed pick by God Himself.
He became the King of the Jewish, and all who recieves Him as Lord and Savior.
The Jewish nation are Gods chosen people, when we recieve Christs as Lord and Savior and are born again we are adopted in to God's family, and grafted into the True Vine Which is Jesus Christ.
We are the body of Christ, The True Church and only Church of God.
It's neither catholic or protestant, it is A Spirit Church.
Jesus came Preaching the Kingdom of God not a denomination.
To think God created denominations is thinking with a pea brain.
Can't fit God in a denomiational box He won't fit.
LTM

Geraldton, Canada

#474484 Sep 2, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
If the humans had written that Jesus simply died and that his spirit was with the god who sent him ... that would be Jehovah ... the god of the Jews.
There IS no other god but the one god, so if Jesus lived, Jehovah HAD to be Jesus' one and only father.
From Jehovah he came ... and so back TO Jehovah he went.
Ex-Jew Catholics tried honing in on the Jews' images of the one god ... and that (even for those in religion that are prone to lie that they own truth) was stretching a LIE to the breaking point.
You keep planting seeds of hate June,
LTM

Geraldton, Canada

#474485 Sep 2, 2013
18Forasmuch as ye know that ye were not redeemed with corruptible things, as silver and gold, from your vain conversation received by tradition from your fathers;
19But with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot:

1 Peter 1:18-19 (KJV)

www.Christ.com

Clay

United States

#474486 Sep 2, 2013
OldJG wrote:
OldJG wrote:
OldJG wrote:
<quoted text>
Therein lies the difference. You define yourself by the church you attend and we define ourselves by the Savior we follow.
<quoted text>
Cly, you are pathetic, lost and blind. Your ROMAN CATHOLIC church is nothing more than a callaboration of pagans and pagan beliefs led and rubber stamped by Constantine. The following verses best describe your "form" of Christianity.
II Timothy 3:5-8, 5 "They will act religious, but they will reject the power that could make them godly. Stay away from people like that! 6 They are the kind who work their way into people’s homes and win the confidence of vulnerable women who are burdened with the guilt of sin and controlled by various desires. 7 (Such women are forever following new teachings, but they are never able to understand the truth.) 8 These teachers oppose the truth just as Jannes and Jambres opposed Moses. They have depraved minds and a counterfeit faith."
Cly, the small (c) catholic church, universal church, is in fact the church of Jesus Christ as found in the book of Acts. Have you ever heard of the book of Acts? Look it up in the Bible and give it a read. You MIGHT learn something.
<quoted text>
Eucharist, infant baptism and confession to a priest.....none of these are first century teachings. Not one. If you have proof from a non-Roman Catholic website any of these were established prior to 100 AD show me. If not.....shut that gushing waterfall under your nose.
At this point in the game, you've been shown more proof than you deserve. You simply do what most fanatics do. You plug your ears and close your eyes.

Nothing... And I mean nothing will convince you otherwise. Same goes with the 9-11 conspiracy fanatics. Video, eye witness accounts, confessions of the guilty, DNA, audible evidence, etc etc. Nothing will get them to change their minds.
Your in a cult Mr g. Its dangerous to the brain. Truth has taken on a different meaning in your world.

Now, infant Baptism, the Eucharist, confessions to a Priest are teachings preceding Constantine by 200 yrs.
Your answer: "duh, nope, there Roman Catholic inventions...Roman Roman Roman Roman Catholic" lol
Have a nice evenin.
OldJG

Rockford, IL

#474487 Sep 2, 2013
OldJG wrote:
<quoted text>
If joining the church provides salvation I will kiss your rotten Roman rump. No one is saved as a group. No one.
Anthony MN wrote:
<quoted text>
The Church is the Body of Christ, if you're not part of the Body of Christ you're not saved.
How do you become part of the body of Christ if you are not first saved? You told us joining the church provides salvation.

“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#474488 Sep 2, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
Why do those who claim not to believe in God spend soooo much time and effort on the subject?
When I did believe, I spent no time on the matter. I simply didn't believe and cared less.
Hey G

I really think June spends her time here hoping to prove us wrong .

Or that we will say something to convince her..
LTM

Geraldton, Canada

#474489 Sep 2, 2013
The Sentence Of Death
A daily devotion for September 2nd
Read the Scripture: 2 Corinthians 1:8-11
2 Corinthians 1:8-11
8We do not want you to be uninformed, brothers, about the hardships we suffered in the province of Asia. We were under great pressure, far beyond our ability to endure, so that we despaired even of life. 9Indeed, in our hearts we felt the sentence of death. But this happened that we might not rely on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead. 10He has delivered us from such a deadly peril, and he will deliver us. On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us, 11as you help us by your prayers. Then many will give thanks on our behalf for the gracious favor granted us in answer to the prayers of many.

New International VersionIndeed, in our hearts we felt the sentence of death. But this happened that we might not rely on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead (2 Corinthians 1:9).

We do not know what the trial was that Paul went through. Some think it was a severe illness. Others, and I am among them, link this verse with the record in Acts 19 of the great riot that broke out in Ephesus and the threat to the lives of all the Christians in that city. Paul must have gone through unusual emotional stress and physical threat during this time. He tells us that he was “utterly, unbearably crushed”(2 Cor 1:8 RSV). That is the lowest ebb the human spirit can come to, the uttermost sense of despair. He said,“We felt that we had received the sentence of death.” It was absolutely hopeless; he had given up; there was no way out. But then he adds,“But that was to make us rely not on ourselves.”

One of the major reasons God sends us suffering is to break the stubborn spirit of self-will within us that insists on trying to work it all out by our own resources or run to some other human resource or in some way refuse to acknowledge that we need divine help. I find this in myself. I struggle sometimes. I do not want to pray about a certain matter, because if I pray about it, I am admitting that I cannot handle it myself. Paul must have struggled the same way.

Here is this mighty apostle, who so plainly and clearly understood the principles of how God operates, and still he had to be put through a time of testing like this that he might again learn not to rely on himself. You read the story of Saul of Tarsus, that brilliant young Pharisee, and you see a self-reliant young man who is confident that there is nothing he cannot do with that brilliant mind, that ability and logic, that strong, powerful personality. He felt he could handle anything, and repeatedly God had to break that, to put him in circumstances he could not handle, that he might learn not to rely on himself, but “on God, who raises the dead.” That is the major reason, I think, for suffering, which is the pressure that is designed to destroy our determined stubbornness. Paul has learned to trust God to take him through whatever life throws at him, no matter what it is. Now that is a Christian lifestyle. It is time for some of us Christians to quit acting like the world around us, constantly complaining about everything that comes our way. We should see these problems as opportunities to display a different lifestyle and release in our own lives a quiet power that will keep our hearts at peace, because we know that an adequate God is handling the situation; He will take us safely through.

Lord, help me to stop my griping and complaining and believe that You have sent these situations deliberately to show me a better way out, a peaceful way, so that my heart is at rest because I am counting on a living God to do something that I cannot do.

Life Application: Are we counting on our living Lord to accomplish what He wants to do through us, or are we frustrating and exhausting ourselves with our self-reliance and self-effort?
Marylou

Knoxville, TN

#474490 Sep 2, 2013
Plain Jane wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe because there are inner doubts that he cannot accept.
So he "honors" and "defends" Jesus by being nasty.
And your version of "Christianity" is better because?.....

You nastily accuse him of being nasty and that should make us think you are somehow better?

When will someone show a real charitable spirit on this thread? It sure isn't the other so-called "Christians" that are pretending they are better than the Catholics and engaing in infantile name-calling.

Bunch of haters. Thats all you people are.

“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#474491 Sep 2, 2013
LTM wrote:
There once was a woman: to her was intrusted two seeds.
They looked the same, colour, weight, and size.
Everyday she watered them faithfully.
soon she noticed one of the seeds had started to spout, the other one showed no sign of life.
Thinking it had died, she turned all her attention to the one that was already growing at a very fast rate.
It's leafs were were a large lustious green, started to climb over the fence into the next yard.
Before she realized what was happening it started to choke everything it came in contacted with.
The lady with much regret knew she had planted a seed of hate.
Discourage and full of sorrow the lady tried in vain to kill the plant without much success.
Low on spirit the lady turned to the other seed, hoping that she could save it.
The lady couldn't believe her eyes ,not getting the attentiom it needed, the little seed sent it's roots down deep to get the nurtrition it had not recieved from the lady to survive.
A miracle happied, it's roots grow so strong it choked off the roots to the other planet.
Its roots were weak and had no depth to them.
The lady realized this was the seed of love, the one she should have devoted more time to .
She was thankful a very important lesson.
She shared the plant with others restoring love, hope, and joy.
Giving the seeds of love for all to enjoy.
The moral of the story is love conquers all .
Its the greatest Gift of all.
Water the seeds of love every day
Give ove all the attention it needs to grow.
I promise you will never be disappointed,
It will come back to you 100 fold.
Very nice

Thanks,LTM
Marylou

Knoxville, TN

#474492 Sep 2, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
<quoted text>
Because you don't believe that all other gods and sons of gods in other religions are real ... does that mean that YOU suffer from OCD ... Obsessive Christian Disorder?
Honey, I am not the one posting all day long here. Get help.
Clay

United States

#474493 Sep 2, 2013
OldJG wrote:
OldJG wrote:
<quoted text>
You said, quote, "Maybe the simplest way to see the difference is this: Fundamentalists see the Church as man’s gift (of worship) to God, while Catholics see it as God’s gift (of salvation) to man.” End quote.
One of the most asinine ignorant statements spoken by a Roman Catholic. Absolutely stupid.
You said, quote,“For fundamentalists, we’re saved as individuals and then join in a kind of ecclesiastical chorus to sing our thanks back to God. For Catholics, we are saved precisely by being incorporated into the Church, Christ’s mystical Body, as Noah and his family were saved by being put into the ark.(Many of the Church Fathers use the ark as a symbol for the Church.)” End quote.
Everyone, if they are going to be saved it will be individually not corporately.
You said, quote,“It’s as if — to extend the metaphor — fundamentalists prefer to be saved by clinging to individual life preservers, then tying them together for fellowship.” End quote.
Tying them together? You are nuts?
You said, quote,“To Catholics, the Church is “the mystical Body of Christ.” The Church is a “mystery.” Fundamentalists don’t understand this category.“Mystery” sounds suspiciously pagan to them. They want their religion to be clear and simple (as Moslems do). They’ll admit, of course, that God’s ways are not our ways and often appear mysterious to us. But they don’t want their Church to be mysterious, like God, because they don’t think of it as an extension of God but as an extension of man.” End quote.
God did not make salvation a mystery. Even a child can understantd the Gospel message. Obviously, Roman Catholics cannot. Also, spelling is not your long suit is it? Moslems? What is a Moslem?
<quoted text>
Again, you never answer the questions or challenge my statements regarding your dribble. Why not? Rat got your tongue? Evidently you have no answer and agree. Thank you! It finally sank in.
Dr. Peter Kreeft is nothing more than a former Protestant. You gave him a title of "former evangelical fundamentalist". Actually, he is nothing more than a former Protestant.
All the born again evangelical fanatics evolved from traditional protestant religions.

Hey, I visited the science museum of MN today. I saw a 30 million yr old dinosaur.

'old gee says, nope. The earth is only 5,000 yrs old'

Old gee, here is a 1900 yr old letter written by the Disciples of John.
'nope, its a forgery. I don't believe it's

Old Gee, here is a letter from Clement of Rome written to the Corinthians.

'nope, its not in the Bible'

Old gee, the Bible was compiled over a period of 70 yrs,( AFTER Constantine legalize the faith.) The Church councils of Jerusalem, Rome, Carthridge and Hippo bore forth the NT canon and attached to 46 Hebrew Books.

'nope, Roman Catholic church bad'

Old gee, the Apostles already explained the faith. The word of God is/ was protected. Those verses you preach are not the same as what they preached.

'nope, Roman Roman Roman Catholic Church messed up the teachings for 1900 yrs and we born agains straightened it all out.'

That's your faith old gee, it requires complete submittal to stupidity. Its so ignorant its frightening to the normal folk.

Btw, Moslem is the correct spelling.
OldJG

Rockford, IL

#474494 Sep 2, 2013
OldJG wrote:
<quoted text>
Is your Savior a Jew or a pope?
Anthony MN wrote:
<quoted text>
"Maybe the simplest way to see the difference is this: Fundamentalists see the Church as man’s gift (of worship) to God, while Catholics see it as God’s gift (of salvation) to man. For fundamentalists, we’re saved as individuals and then join in a kind of ecclesiastical chorus to sing our thanks back to God. For Catholics, we are saved precisely by being incorporated into the Church, Christ’s mystical Body, as Noah and his family were saved by being put into the ark.(Many of the Church Fathers use the ark as a symbol for the Church.)
It’s as if — to extend the metaphor — fundamentalists prefer to be saved by clinging to individual life preservers, then tying them together for fellowship.
To Catholics, the Church is “the mystical Body of Christ.” The Church is a “mystery.” Fundamentalists don’t understand this category.“Mystery” sounds suspiciously pagan to them. They want their religion to be clear and simple (as Moslems do). They’ll admit, of course, that God’s ways are not our ways and often appear mysterious to us. But they don’t want their Church to be mysterious, like God, because they don’t think of it as an extension of God but as an extension of man.
In other words, they think of “mystery” as mere darkness or puzzlement. But in Catholic theology it’s a positive thing: hidden light, hidden wisdom.
Fundamentalists say that they emphasize “the Church invisible” more than “the Church visible” and accuse Catholics of overemphasizing the latter. Fundamentalists draw a sharp distinction between these two dimensions of the Church so that they can explain Scripture’s strong statements about the Church as applying only to “the Church invisible”(the number of saved souls, known to God) and not to the visible Church on earth.
Why? Because if they referred such statements to the visible Church, the claims of the Catholic Church to be that single, worldwide, visible Church stretching back in history to Christ, still forgiving sins and exercising teaching authority in His name — well, these claims would surely seem more likely to be true of the Catholic Church than of any other visible Church."
http://www.integratedcatholiclife.org/2013/08...
Try answering the question. Don't answer your own question or answer a question I did not ask. Here is the question AGAIN....

Is your Savior a Jew or a pope?
Anthony MN

Minneapolis, MN

#474495 Sep 2, 2013
OldJG wrote:
OldJG wrote:
<quoted text>
If joining the church provides salvation I will kiss your rotten Roman rump. No one is saved as a group. No one.
<quoted text>
How do you become part of the body of Christ if you are not first saved? You told us joining the church provides salvation.
"For as many of you as have been baptized in Christ, have put on Christ."

"Know you not that all we, who are baptized in Christ Jesus, are baptized in his death? "
OldJG

Rockford, IL

#474496 Sep 2, 2013
Clay wrote:
<quoted text>
All the born again evangelical fanatics evolved from traditional protestant religions.
Hey, I visited the science museum of MN today. I saw a 30 million yr old dinosaur.
'old gee says, nope. The earth is only 5,000 yrs old'
Old gee, here is a 1900 yr old letter written by the Disciples of John.
'nope, its a forgery. I don't believe it's
Old Gee, here is a letter from Clement of Rome written to the Corinthians.
'nope, its not in the Bible'
Old gee, the Bible was compiled over a period of 70 yrs,( AFTER Constantine legalize the faith.) The Church councils of Jerusalem, Rome, Carthridge and Hippo bore forth the NT canon and attached to 46 Hebrew Books.
'nope, Roman Catholic church bad'
Old gee, the Apostles already explained the faith. The word of God is/ was protected. Those verses you preach are not the same as what they preached.
'nope, Roman Roman Roman Catholic Church messed up the teachings for 1900 yrs and we born agains straightened it all out.'
That's your faith old gee, it requires complete submittal to stupidity. Its so ignorant its frightening to the normal folk.
Btw, Moslem is the correct spelling.
Cly, you are nothing more than a lying sack of gas. Your ignorance is only exceeded by your primitive arrogance. Why "REFORMATION"? Because your moronic statue mary worshiping pagan low-lifes corrupted what Jesus taught to fit a foreign theology directly from hell itself. Other than that Mrs. Lincoln how was the play. LOL LOL Go back to the hole you crawled out of and kiss a statue, eat a cracker and somehow convince yourself you are a "Christian".

A Muslim, sometimes spelled Moslem, is an adherent of Islam.

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