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Old June 8th, 2018, 06:41 AM   #91
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Oh, is that all?
The worst you've called me is a debased pervert?
I guess that's not so bad, then.

I don't give a flying fuck what it's 'out of.' It's none of your fucking business. My life and relationship with God is between me and God. You don't even appear on the horizon.

So stay the fuck out of it. If I ever want/need/require your brand of vicious "honesty," I'll fucking well ask for it.

Asshat.
He's a busybody and has to have his nose in other people's business.
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Old June 8th, 2018, 06:52 AM   #92
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I have a Catholic friend who I believe is a Christian based on his understanding of salvation many are not. Need I go further because I can!!!!
I asked you a clear question. I did not ask you what you think about a SPECIFIC INDIVIDUAL.
Yes, you do need to go further. The question was clear enough, are Catholics Christians or not. Is Catholicism a non-Christian religion or not. Is Catholicism a non-Christian cult?
How many ways shall I phrase it for you?
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Old June 8th, 2018, 06:57 AM   #93
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I asked you a clear question. I did not ask you what you think about a SPECIFIC INDIVIDUAL.
Yes, you do need to go further. The question was clear enough, are Catholics Christians or not. Is Catholicism a non-Christian religion or not. Is Catholicism a non-Christian cult?
How many ways shall I phrase it for you?
Oh, you'll be doing this for a while.
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Catholicism sends people to hell!
Really now? You manage to not address a single word of Marcus's post. You do not refute, dispute or even discuss a single statement in his post.
You expose yourself as a religious fanatic not willing to listen to facts, reason or logic.
If anyone here is a member of a cult it is almost certainly you.
Which one, Westboro Baptist?
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I guess he’s never heard of Christmas.
Or Easter...
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Oh, you'll be doing this for a while.
He'll eventually need to change his name here from Braveheart to Chickenheart.

No need to even try and reason with a religious fanatic.
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He'll eventually need to change his name here from Braveheart to Chickenheart.

No need to even try and reason with a religious fanatic.
That's why I put such people on ignore. There is no reason to waste time on them.
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I asked you a clear question. I did not ask you what you think about a SPECIFIC INDIVIDUAL.
Yes, you do need to go further. The question was clear enough, are Catholics Christians or not. Is Catholicism a non-Christian religion or not. Is Catholicism a non-Christian cult?
How many ways shall I phrase it for you?
No they are not!
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Old June 8th, 2018, 08:38 AM   #99
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Really now? You manage to not address a single word of Marcus's post. You do not refute, dispute or even discuss a single statement in his post.
You expose yourself as a religious fanatic not willing to listen to facts, reason or logic.
If anyone here is a member of a cult it is almost certainly you.
Which one, Westboro Baptist?
Really Here is a sampling of what makes it a cult need more you let me know!
Cult of Roman Catholicism
It is essential to understand that two basic false teachings of Roman Catholicism (even apart from its many other errors), clearly classify it as a false cult rather than a true church. These two basic errors are:

Roman Catholicism, although teaching that the Bible is the Word of God, adds the spurious apocryphal books to the Scriptures, and also elevates church tradition and the edicts of popes and councils (the words of men), to the same or an even greater level of authority than the Word of God. This amounts to adding to the Word of God, thereby placing Roman Catholicism under God's curse. (Deuteronomy 4:2; Revelation 22:18-19)


Roman Catholicism, although teaching that faith in Jesus Christ is necessary for salvation, actually denies the truth of the Gospel by adding sacraments, good works, and purgatory as additional requirements for forgiveness of sin and for eternal life. This amounts to the preaching of a false Gospel which places the Roman Catholic Church under God's curse. (Galatians 1:6-10)

Thus, by Scriptural standards, the Roman Catholic Church is a false church and a cult that can only expect God's judgment, not a true church that can claim God's blessing. No amount of outward change should be permitted to obscure this fact. Roman Catholicism is nothing more than Babylonian paganism that has been whitewashed and made to appear Christian.

Cult Beliefs:

They believe purgatory is a place where a person is purified of sins – even popes supposedly go there. The Bible says, when a person dies their eternal home is sealed – heaven or hell – there is no place in between like purgatory. (Hebrews 9:27) The word "purgatory" and its concept is not found in the Bible.

They believe in worshipping images of Mary, crucifix, saints, angels, etc. The Bibles speaks out against this. (Exodus 20:4-5)

They believe in repetitious prayer to Mary, saints and angels. The complete Rosary involves repeating the Hail Mary 53 times, the Lord's prayer 6 times, 5 Mysteries, 5 Meditations on the Mysteries, 5 Glory Be's, and the Apostles' Creed. The Rosary did not come into general use until after the beginning of the thirteenth century, and not officially sanctioned until after the Protestant Reformation in the sixteenth century. The concept of praying to Mary, saints, and angels is not found in the Bible; on the contrary, we are directed to pray to our Father. (Matthew 6:9-13) In the Rosary, Mary is prayed to almost 9 times for every prayer directed to God. The Bible speaks out very clearly against praying in vain repetitions as the heathens do.


In "The Holy Father's Prayer for the Marian Year [1987]," John Paul II asks Mary to do what only God can do – comfort, guide, strengthen, and protect "the whole of humanity ..." His prayer ends: "Sustain us, O Virgin Mary, on our journey of faith and obtain for us the grace of eternal salvation." (4/97, Berean Call).

In preparing for an expected earthquake in December, 1990, in the Saint Louis area, parishioners at St. Agatha RC church turned to St. Agatha, "the patron saint of protection from the devastation of volcanoes, earthquakes, fire, and all kinds of violence." The church reported in the St. Louis Southwest City Journal of 10/21/90 that a novena was to be held, including a recitation of the rosary, a prayer to St. Agatha, and a closing benediction. (Reported in the November/December 1990, Foundation.)

A Roman Catholic ritual for selling a home: Put a statue of St. Joseph in a bottle or mason jar and bury it in the front yard (head first), thereby guaranteeing a quick sale of the home. After the sale, the seller is to dig up St. Joseph, put him in a prominent place in the new residence, and pray to him (Mother Angelica, EWTN Catholic TV, 10/95).

Take note in the following two prayers how Mary is magnified above Jesus...

Hail Mary full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen. Why is Mary being prayed to this way, is she God? The Bible never directs us to pray to Mary.

“Hail, holy Queen, Mother of Mercy! Our life, our sweetness and our hope! To thee do we cry, poor banished children of Eve. To thee do we send up our sighs, mourning and weeping, in this valley of tears. Turn, then, most gracious Advocate, thine eyes of mercy toward us; and after this our exile show unto us the blessed fruit of thy womb, Jesus. O clement, O loving, O sweet Virgin Mary.” Roman Catholicism should be renamed "Mary Worship", because that is really what it is; it places her on a high pedestal, equal with God. Mary was the mother of Jesus, nothing more, and she is not the advocate as mentioned in the Bible. (I John 2:1)
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Yep- I'm one of them. Guilty as charged. Gotta take care of your body, it's where you live. I've belonged to a few gyms in my time, and I would say that at least half the membership is gay men at any gym.

And Braveheart's gonna really love this one- I'm also a hockey player.
Have I said gay people are feminine nope! Have I said they don't go to gyms nope!
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