Blessing of the Animals

Oct 5, 2012 Full story: The Catholic Sun Phoenix 222

A priest sprinkles holy water on butterflies during the blessing of the animals Oct.

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ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#22 Oct 14, 2012
dog spelled backwards wrote:
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Blahblahblah and nothing but cheap propaganda!
Repeat this a hundred times and in the end you will believe it by yourself!
I am here in Europe!!!
With all your zeros you might make 30 from 3. You can maybe fool many people of your preferred fishing-ground. But please do not try to show me things which arenīt there!
Your cult is totally insignificant here. And all of your attempts and lies to double and triple the number of chapels and subjects will maybe change it for your ignorant Filipinos in the Philippines, and only there.
Insignificant and chanceless in Europe!
God bless the enlightened citizen. And God bless the freedom of speech!
Dog Behavior,

Freedom of speech is subject to laws under civilized society!!! And here's how to exercise freedom of speech and action without hurting others but instead helping and encouraging them:

Socio-civic activities of the Iglesia ni Cristo continue in the Philippines as well as the rest of the world!!! Tree reforestations were conducted in the towns of Bauang, La Union and Veruela, Agusan del Sur, Philippines and spearheaded by the Society of Communicators and Networkers (SCAN)!!! Trees planted were: mahogany, mango, Rambutan, and Mangosteen!!!

Blood donation drives were conducted in several places and the latest wwere in the towns of San Rafael, Bulacan and Dasmarinas, Cavyte!!! In the United States, aside from providing clothing and food for the needy, the Iglesia ni Cristo has conducted resume workshops so that those who are homeless and jobless could uplift their stature in life!!!

Real Elias Ibarra

Guam
dog spelled backwards

Erkelenz, Germany

#24 Oct 14, 2012
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
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Dog Behavior,
You are correct!!! Erasmus of Rotterdam did not make it to the Philippines yet!!! But the Iglesia ni Cristo had made it to Rotterdam and many parts of the West:
"Iglesia ni Cristo: From Redicule To Reverence"
"Felix Manalo formally started the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) in a makeshift bamboo chapel ... he and the church were rediculed and looked upon with scorn by the predominantly Catholic populace.... But gallant as he was, Manalo persevered through all the mockery.
"Slowly, the Iglesia ni Cristo gained recognition and following that unbelievably spread far and wide, around the country and all the way to the West."
Reference: Jacinto, Cynthia S. "Iglesia ni Cristo: From Redicule To Reverence." Manila Magazine, December 1983,(p.33)
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Hatemonger and Supporter of a Rapist,

why donīt you come over to Europe and ask people directly what they think of your cult!?
I tell you and all other readers of this thread that your cult is absolutely and totally insignificant in Northern Europe - yesterday, today and tomorrow.
The idea of a raping Philippine angel would find realisation in various comic books here in Europe!
Enlightened people are turning their backs towards organized religions.
Luckily!
Donīt fool yourself -AS A PREREQUIREMENT NOT TO FOOL OTHERS!- by repeating your wish that your cult would mean anything over here.
Forget it! People here are not like those you need for your purposes.
Wishes are not prohibited.
dog spelled backwards

Erkelenz, Germany

#25 Oct 14, 2012
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
Dog Behavior,
Freedom of speech is subject to laws under civilized society!!! And here's how to exercise freedom of speech and action without hurting others but instead helping and encouraging them:
Socio-civic activities of the Iglesia ni Cristo continue in the Philippines as well as the rest of the world!!! Tree reforestations were conducted in the towns of Bauang, La Union and Veruela, Agusan del Sur, Philippines and spearheaded by the Society of Communicators and Networkers (SCAN)!!! Trees planted were: mahogany, mango, Rambutan, and Mangosteen!!!
Blood donation drives were conducted in several places and the latest wwere in the towns of San Rafael, Bulacan and Dasmarinas, Cavyte!!! In the United States, aside from providing clothing and food for the needy, the Iglesia ni Cristo has conducted resume workshops so that those who are homeless and jobless could uplift their stature in life!!!
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Hatemonger and Supporter of a Rapist,

"civilized society"? Well, then you must be speaking about another society of the one you and your cult are coming from!

"hurting others"? This is exactly what you do. As you sow,so you shall reap. Or in other words: What goes around comes around.
Your complain is addressed to yourself.

"socio-civic activities have been done since decades by all kinds of people of all kinds of faiths. Not all "aids" have been made just for the purpose of helping! And only this divides help into "good help" and "bad help". Simple as that.

Since: Feb 11

Nearer than you would like

#26 Oct 14, 2012
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
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Here are some of the numerous testimonies of neutral observers who are non-members of the Church. In 1983, Manila Magazine reported: Reference: Jacinto, Cynthia S. "Iglesia ni Cristo: From Redicule To Reverence." Manila Magazine, December 1983,(p.33)
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
You should do some fact checking. While the article is almost thirty years old, the author used a pseudonym to publish it. No such person exists. By the way, neither does the magazine.

Your lies are so easily undone, Rizalino.
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#27 Oct 19, 2012
dog spelled backwards wrote:
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Hatemonger,
try to fool yourself and I bet that you will succeed.
I am not saying that for any other reason than the truth: your cult is ABSOLUTELY insignificant in Northern Europe. And this wonīt be changed by a cuckoo Dutch - no matter what you would like to sell the readers over here.
It is even so insignificant that nobody knows about your cult over here, except a handful of subjects.
Besides, you should never compare apples with pears! The INC-Company is a cult and thus comparing it with religions overstates your political group by far.
You donīt even take your cult for serious!
You are exposing yourself to ridicule.
What do you think, who is taking your brain salad surgery for serious?
Good that you are where you are! And believe me when I say that cults like yours have no chance among enlightened people.
Erasmus of Rotterdam didnīt make it to the Philippines yet.
Dog Behavior,

Only a false teaching would harvest redicule from people!!! One of the much-rediculed teachings of the Catholic and Protestant cults is the dogma of the Holy Trinity!!! Take notice here of how one author rediculed the popes, theologians, saints, and ministers of the Protestant cults:

"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."

Reference:[Martin J. Scott, S.J., God and Myself, Nhil Obstat: Arthurus J. Scanlan, S.T.D., Imprimatur: Joannes Cardinalis Farley (P.J. Kenedy and Sons, 1917), pp. 118-119.]

Did you see how those who taught about the dogma of the Holy Trinity are being rediculed by Mr. Martin J. Scott??? They are being compared to a child of seven!!! This is really very funny!!! A mystified child of seven has the same brain as that of the Catholic popes, saints, theologians, and Protestant ministers who could not understand their teaching!!! And yet, these scams are teaching about the dogma!!!

Get out from the Catholic and Protestant cults!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#28 Oct 19, 2012
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
<quoted text>
You should do some fact checking. While the article is almost thirty years old, the author used a pseudonym to publish it. No such person exists. By the way, neither does the magazine.
Your lies are so easily undone, Rizalino.
Base Gardiner,

What I posted are facts!!! And here's another fact that Mormons baptize the dead in order to increase their converts:

Baptism for the dead - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baptism_for_the_dead
Baptism for the dead, vicarious baptism or proxy baptism today commonly ... of Latter-day Saints (or "Mormons"), a living person, acting as proxy, is baptized by ...


Explainer: How and why do Mormons baptize the dead?– CNN ...
religion.blogs.cnn.com/2012/02/16/explainer-h... religion.blogs.cnn.com/2012/02/16/explainer-h...
Feb 16, 2012 ... By Dan Gilgoff, CNN.com Religion Editor The recent disclosure that Mormons baptized the dead parents of Jewish Nazi hunter Simon ...


What baptism for the dead means to Mormons - Guest Voices - The ...
www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/guest-voices/pos... www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/guest-voices/pos...
Feb 23, 2012 ... This entire labor of love, as Mormons view it, rests on the premise that those who have passed on have the choice to accept or reject the ...


Why Do Mormons Baptize The Dead?
www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/16/mormons-bap... www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/16/mormons-bap...
Feb 16, 2012 ... By Daniel BurkeReligion News Service (RNS) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has apologized for a Mormon who baptized the ...


Article on Mormon Baptism for the Dead
www.ldschurchtemples.com/mormon/baptism/
Cannot people be baptized anywhere? The living, yes. But the font in the temple is for vicarious baptisms performed in behalf of the dead ("Why Mormons Build ...


Why Do Mormons Baptize Dead People (like Anne Frank) by Proxy ...
news.yahoo.com/why-mormons-baptize-dead-peopl... news.yahoo.com/why-mormons-baptize-dead-peopl...
Feb 22, 2012 ... From Yahoo! News: Last week, an official representative of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints -- also known as the Mormon church ...


Colbert converts dead Mormons to Judaism (Baptism Backlash ...
www.youtube.com/watch... www.youtube.com/watch...
Feb 24, 2012 ... In response to some Mormons baptizing the dead (including Anne Frank), some have turned to 'converting' dead Mormons to homosexuality or ...


Very, very, very funny!!! Christ and the apostles never conducted baptism for dead by proxy!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

Since: Feb 11

Nearer than you would like

#29 Oct 20, 2012
I swear, you are absolutely and utterly clueless.

The article you quoted from Manila Magazine (which does not exist by the way) was written by a person who does not exist. The story was a plant by the INC.

I have to admit that it is funny you are so concerned with the Mormons. I realize that Felix stole his idea for a cult from them, but you probably forgot that Felix Ysagun (not Manalo - it is illegal to change birth names in the Philippines) was baptized Roman Catholic and then again in two other Christian denominations. He underwent the latter two when he was an adult and supposedly after he was visited by God. WTF? Why would he be told that all other faiths are fraudulent yet not only get baptized into them but then become a pastor and baptize others into them?

Even funnier, he started his cult relying on baptism to involve oneself fully into the INC, yet he was baptized into other faiths! That is funny stuff!
ELIAS IBARRA

Tamuning, Guam

#30 Oct 21, 2012
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
I swear, you are absolutely and utterly clueless.
The article you quoted from Manila Magazine (which does not exist by the way) was written by a person who does not exist. The story was a plant by the INC.
I have to admit that it is funny you are so concerned with the Mormons. I realize that Felix stole his idea for a cult from them, but you probably forgot that Felix Ysagun (not Manalo - it is illegal to change birth names in the Philippines) was baptized Roman Catholic and then again in two other Christian denominations. He underwent the latter two when he was an adult and supposedly after he was visited by God. WTF? Why would he be told that all other faiths are fraudulent yet not only get baptized into them but then become a pastor and baptize others into them?
Even funnier, he started his cult relying on baptism to involve oneself fully into the INC, yet he was baptized into other faiths! That is funny stuff!
Base Gardiner,

Brother Felix Y. Manalo's baptism in other religions meant nothing for these were not true baptisms!!! And he was not yet called by God at that time!!! His baptism in the Iglesia ni Cristo was his calling as God's messenger in these last days!!! He was just like John the Baptist who was never baptized in water but his calling in the preparation of the way of the Lord was his baptism!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

Since: Jun 11

Bedford, UK

#31 Oct 21, 2012
dod spelled backwards wrote:
<quoted text>
Totally insignificant in Northern Europe.
Yesterday, today and tomorrow!
Actually pityful, for it would always amuse us North Europeans!
But there are enough other comedies.
Totally agree here in Europe we are too smart to fall for scam religions like the poor uneducated Filipinos. I was at a Filipino party and talking to a Filipina when she said she was not Catholic. I enquired what religion she was and she said INC but since arriving here she doesn't attend anymore. No pressure from her parents.
Elias the INC is for uneducated people like yourself.

Since: Feb 11

Nearer than you would like

#32 Oct 21, 2012
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
Base Gardiner,
Brother Felix Y. Manalo's baptism in other religions meant nothing for these were not true baptisms!!!
That is incorrect, cult stooge. You see, a Roman Catholic baptism is a true baptism. Felix's mother had him baptized into that faith, one in which he lived for eighteen years. He accepted her maiden name too.

As an adult, Felix not only was baptized into a number of other religions. In 1904, he joined the Methodist Episcopal Church and attended classes given by that sect in the Methodist Theological Seminary where he eventually became an evangelist.

Manalo joined one Protestant sect after another. In 1907, he joined the Presbyterian Church, studied up and was consecrated as a pastor after attending the Union Theological Seminary. In 1908, he joined the Disciples of Christ and served as an evangelist for a year before being forced to leave, having been accused of domestic violence.

The manner of baptizing by immersion by the Christian Mission attracted Manalo’s attention and, in 1910, he joined the missionaries and later became an evangelist. He was mesmerized by the idea of dressing all in white and being dunked wholly into a running stream.

In 1911, he was baptized into the Seventh Day Adventists where he also became a pastor. Manalo was suspended by the Seventh Day Adventist for adultery with a minor who was a congregant of that faith.
And he was not yet called by God at that time!!!
Really? I could have sworn he wrote of how he was visited by God and told he was the 5th messenger prior to returning to the Philippines after 'studying' numerous other religions. By the way, who were the other four? Wilson, Clemenceau, George, Orlando??? Be careful...
His baptism in the Iglesia ni Cristo was his calling as God's messenger in these last days!!! He was just like John the Baptist who was never baptized in water but his calling in the preparation of the way of the Lord was his baptism!!!
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Bwahahahahahaha! He stole the messenger idea from Smith and the Mormons.

John the Baptist??? Really, do you want to compare the two? Okay...you asked for it.

People of the region, in Jesus' time, were exposed to Roman hygiene innovations. Aqueducts and bath houses were necessary for ridding the populace of grime and disease. Jews practiced some incredibly strict hygenic doctrine. From slaughtering animals and preparing food for consumption to hand washing and circumcision, maintaining cleanliness was critical. Muslims, though they did not call themselves that at the time, were steadfast in their cleanliness regimen. John, like many of that era, washed people in the river as a way of cleaning them literally and figuratively. He washed away their inequities, so to speak. People of means sought out these baptizers as a means to rid themselves of sin and grime. Jesus persuaded John to baptize him and soon, Jesus' followers were washing/baptizing more people than the men John toiled with.

Baptism was a means of cleansing much like Muslim abolutions. It took hundreds of years before formal baptisms served as a sign of devotion to a faith.

Since you begged for the comparison between John the Baptist and Felix the Rapist, here goes: Felix sought out numerous baptisms as a sign of professing allegiance to several Christian faiths. Not only that, but he baptized others into those religions and was invested as a spiritual leader in those faiths! Felix could wash for years but never remove the taint of deceit he reveled in. Even Jesus asked to be baptized by someone less than he. Felix could have asked one of his cult leaders to do it for him but he didn't.

He died a baptized member of the Roman Catholic Church. LOL!
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#33 Oct 24, 2012
Best view wrote:
<quoted text>
Totally agree here in Europe we are too smart to fall for scam religions like the poor uneducated Filipinos. I was at a Filipino party and talking to a Filipina when she said she was not Catholic. I enquired what religion she was and she said INC but since arriving here she doesn't attend anymore. No pressure from her parents.
Elias the INC is for uneducated people like yourself.
Best View,

You mean the English people who joined the Iglesia ni Cristo are uneducated??? I don't hink so!!! Just read their stories contained in the TOPIX thread: Profiles of Converts To The True Church of Christ (Iglesia ni Cristo)!!!

What I have observed from them is that their English are so excellent and not like yours which are comparable to the English of a kindergarten child!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#34 Oct 24, 2012
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
<quoted text>
That is incorrect, cult stooge. You see, a Roman Catholic baptism is a true baptism. Felix's mother had him baptized into that faith, one in which he lived for eighteen years. He accepted her maiden name too.
Base Gardiner,

The Roman Catholic Church does their baptism by means of the sprinkler system plus saliva of the priest officiating the same and placed on the forehead of a child!!! But the correct baptism is by water immersion as what was done by the early Christians and by John the Baptist to our Lord Jesus Christ in the River Jordan!!!
Take notice that the river mentioned has lots of water and therefore the candidate for baptism could be submerged in whole into the water and not just sprinkled!!!

Baptism is a cleansing process!!! Thus, a candidate must understand the commandments of God through preachings of the true messenger!!! The Catholic baptism of a child is a spurious baptism since there is nothing to cleanse from a child for he/she has not yet committed any sin and still, the infant could not yet understand the commandments to have faith!!! There is no record in the Scriptures that infants were baptized during the ministry of Christ and the Apostles in the first century!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#35 Oct 24, 2012
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
<quoted text>
As an adult, Felix not only was baptized into a number of other religions. In 1904, he joined the Methodist Episcopal Church and attended classes given by that sect in the Methodist Theological Seminary where he eventually became an evangelist.
Manalo joined one Protestant sect after another. In 1907, he joined the Presbyterian Church, studied up and was consecrated as a pastor after attending the Union Theological Seminary. In 1908, he joined the Disciples of Christ and served as an evangelist for a year before being forced to leave, having been accused of domestic violence.
The manner of baptizing by immersion by the Christian Mission attracted Manalo’s attention and, in 1910, he joined the missionaries and later became an evangelist. He was mesmerized by the idea of dressing all in white and being dunked wholly into a running stream.
In 1911, he was baptized into the Seventh Day Adventists where he also became a pastor. Manalo was suspended by the Seventh Day Adventist for adultery with a minor who was a congregant of that faith.
Base Gardiner,

Yes, Brother Felix Y. Manalo joined several Protestant churches but upon discovering their false doctrines, he abandoned them for good!!!

Brother Felix Y. Manalo when proselytizing already the Iglesia ni Cristo debated with all of them and they were all defeated!!! What followed was the departure of many from the Catholic and Protestant cults!!! The matter raised an alarm to the cults and thus they concocted fabrications against Brother Felix Y. Manalo!!!

Today, the Iglesia ni Cristo has more members in the Philippines if compared to the combined members of all the Protestant sects!!! Their gossipmongerings did not work!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

Since: Feb 11

Nearer than you would like

#36 Oct 26, 2012
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
Base Gardiner,
The Roman Catholic Church does their baptism by means of the sprinkler system plus saliva of the priest officiating the same and placed on the forehead of a child!!! But the correct baptism is by water immersion as what was done by the early Christians and by John the Baptist to our Lord Jesus Christ in the River Jordan!!!
Take notice that the river mentioned has lots of water and therefore the candidate for baptism could be submerged in whole into the water and not just sprinkled!!!
Baptism is a cleansing process!!! Thus, a candidate must understand the commandments of God through preachings of the true messenger!!! The Catholic baptism of a child is a spurious baptism since there is nothing to cleanse from a child for he/she has not yet committed any sin and still, the infant could not yet understand the commandments to have faith!!! There is no record in the Scriptures that infants were baptized during the ministry of Christ and the Apostles in the first century!!!
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
You can't read. The original 'baptism' was a mere washing. Jesus was a Jew and was not declaring allegiance to another faith that day. Your cult's founder was baptized numerous times, but never into the INC. Blasphemy!

Since: Feb 11

Nearer than you would like

#37 Oct 26, 2012
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
Base Gardiner,
Yes, Brother Felix Y. Manalo joined several Protestant churches but upon discovering their false doctrines, he abandoned them for good!!!
Not true.

He was kicked out of at least two - once for domestic violence and the other for adultery.
Brother Felix Y. Manalo when proselytizing already the Iglesia ni Cristo debated with all of them and they were all defeated!!!
Not true. Felix fled to the Philippines and hid from prosecution. He never debated with the Vatican or in Israel or in any Muslim mosque.
What followed was the departure of many from the Catholic and Protestant cults!!! The matter raised an alarm to the cults and thus they concocted fabrications against Brother Felix Y. Manalo!!!
Today, the Iglesia ni Cristo has more members in the Philippines if compared to the combined members of all the Protestant sects!!! Their gossipmongerings did not work!!!
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
You don't understand hypocrisy, do you? You gossip monger all of the time about other religions. You forget the basic tenets of Jesus' teachings.

You lose. You will rot in your grave, just like Felix the Adulter.
ELIAS IBARRA

Barrigada, Guam

#38 Oct 29, 2012
dog spelled backwards wrote:
<quoted text>
Hatemonger and Supporter of a Rapist,
why donīt you come over to Europe and ask people directly what they think of your cult!?
I tell you and all other readers of this thread that your cult is absolutely and totally insignificant in Northern Europe - yesterday, today and tomorrow.
The idea of a raping Philippine angel would find realisation in various comic books here in Europe!
Enlightened people are turning their backs towards organized religions.
Luckily!
Donīt fool yourself -AS A PREREQUIREMENT NOT TO FOOL OTHERS!- by repeating your wish that your cult would mean anything over here.
Forget it! People here are not like those you need for your purposes.
Wishes are not prohibited.
Dog Behavior,

I had been to Europe several times because I was in the U.S. Navy!!! And this is the testimony of an European favorig the Iglesia ni Cristo:

'The right way'

Brother Frank first saw how the Church of Christ conducts its worship service when he attended one in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He remembers his initial observations, as he said:

"I was surprised that there was no cross; that the men are seated separately from the women. Everything was really organized. Everyone arrives at the appointed time and leaves after the worship service is over. There was no chaos or something like that. That was my first impression and it was truly positive."
First impression indeed lasts, for, today, Brother Frank is an active Church member in the Locale of Madrigal and is fully certain about his faith. "I believe that the Iglesia ni Cristo is the right way, the only Church ... where one could be sure that he would indeed receive salvation."

FRANK HANS KLAPPROTH German

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
dog spelled backwards

Obing, Germany

#39 Oct 30, 2012
ELIAS IBARRA wrote:
<quoted text>
Dog Behavior,
I had been to Europe several times because I was in the U.S. Navy!!! And this is the testimony of an European favorig the Iglesia ni Cristo:
'The right way'
Brother Frank first saw how the Church of Christ conducts its worship service when he attended one in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He remembers his initial observations, as he said:
"I was surprised that there was no cross; that the men are seated separately from the women. Everything was really organized. Everyone arrives at the appointed time and leaves after the worship service is over. There was no chaos or something like that. That was my first impression and it was truly positive."
First impression indeed lasts, for, today, Brother Frank is an active Church member in the Locale of Madrigal and is fully certain about his faith. "I believe that the Iglesia ni Cristo is the right way, the only Church ... where one could be sure that he would indeed receive salvation."
FRANK HANS KLAPPROTH German
Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Hatemonger,

Frank Hans Klapproth is nothing but 1 in a million.
Besides, nobody ever said that there are no intellectually challenged people over here.
But kindly extend my regards to Mr. Klapproth.
Get well soon!

Since: Feb 11

Nearer than you would like

#40 Nov 1, 2012
Let me guess, that account from Brother Frank was published in The Pasugo.

ROTFLMAO!
Elias Ibarra

Barrigada, Guam

#41 Nov 4, 2012
dog spelled backwards wrote:
<quoted text>
Hatemonger,
Frank Hans Klapproth is nothing but 1 in a million.
Besides, nobody ever said that there are no intellectually challenged people over here.
But kindly extend my regards to Mr. Klapproth.
Get well soon!
Dog Behavior,

Joining Brother Klapproth recently is a Catholic nun who joined the Iglesia ni Cristo!!! Her name is Sister Rodelyn Madriaga!!!

Watch INCTV and see the thousands who just recently converted to the true Church of Christ (Iglesia ni Cristo) all over the world!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam
Elias Ibarra

Barrigada, Guam

#42 Nov 4, 2012
Best view wrote:
<quoted text>
Totally agree here in Europe we are too smart to fall for scam religions like the poor uneducated Filipinos. I was at a Filipino party and talking to a Filipina when she said she was not Catholic. I enquired what religion she was and she said INC but since arriving here she doesn't attend anymore. No pressure from her parents.
Elias the INC is for uneducated people like yourself.
Cross-eyed View,

The true Church of Christ in Europe is expanding!!! She bought chapels from troubled Protestant cults and Jehovah Witnesses!!!

The Europeans are now discovering the truth about the Iglesia ni Cristo!!! Just watch INCTV showing their reactions and their conversions!!!

Real Elias Ibarra
Guam

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