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Dr. R. C. Sproul answers a controversial question.
"Truly, truly, I say to you, he who does not enter the sheepfold
by the door but climbs in by another way, that man is a thief
and a robber. But he who enters by the door is the shepherd of
the sheep. To him the gatekeeper opens. The sheep hear his
voice, and he calls his own sheep by name and leads them out.
When he has brought out all his own, he goes before them, and
the sheep follow him, for they know his voice. A stranger they
will not follow, but they will flee from him, for they do not know
the voice of strangers."
ROTFL! You complain when I say negative things about the New Testament?
Then you turn around and tell Catholics they are committing a sin?
That isn't what he's doing, idiot.
It isn't? This is the thread title:"
"Its Sin For A Born Again Christian To Remain With Roman Catholic Church"
YOU ARE A RETARDED JACKASS WHO CANNOT READ.
YOU ARE ALSO A CHRONIC LIAR.
You need to practice your reading comprehension, AJ. The subject is based
on the Bible itself (which duke has already admitted that Catholics don't
even bother to read).
1.Show us where Duke said that
2.How did Duke become an expert on what all Catholics do?
3.Show us that passage in the bible.
1. Duke's exact words: "Catholics don't read their bibles"
2. Duke's the self-appointed representative of the RCC to alt.atheism.
3. I already cited and quoted it, but you deleted it in your reply, you
deceitful bastard. It's Revelation 18:4.
Now tell us why you were pretending duke had a forger. Were you trying to
encourage duke to ally himself with you? What a joke. LOL.
Funny, when I was a student in Catholic High School, taking
religion courses, buying a babble was mandatory. We had readings
assigned and had to write reports on them. We used the fairly new
"Jerusalem Bible,"* so KJV-only nutbars would probably claim it
"wasn't a real babble."
My college theology courses required a babble, and even some
of my political philosophy courses required one. This at a
Catholic university. The discussion of 1st Samuel, when the
Israelites requested a king was extensive. Starting w/ch 11:
11 He said, 'This is what the king who is to reign over you will do. He will take your sons and direct them to his chariotry and cavalry, and they will run in front of his chariot.
12 He will use them as leaders of a thousand and leaders of fifty; he will make them plough his fields and gather in his harvest and make his weapons of war and the gear for his chariots.
13 He will take your daughters as perfumers, cooks and bakers.
14 He will take the best of your fields, your vineyards and your olive groves and give them to his officials.
15 He will tithe your crops and vineyards to provide for his courtiers and his officials.
16 He will take the best of your servants, men and women, of your oxen and your donkeys, and make them work for him.
17 He will tithe your flocks, and you yourselves will become his slaves.
18 When that day comes, you will cry aloud because of the king you have chosen for yourselves, but on that day Yahweh will not hear you.'
19 The people, however, refused to listen to Samuel. They said, 'No! We are determined to have a king,
20 so that we can be like the other nations, with our own king to rule us and lead us and fight our battles.'
I like to point this out to my religiously-motivated friends who
want to write their ideas on "charity" into law. I don't think
this was divinely inspired, but it was good sense!
I suppose it is best to be an anti-Catholic bigot when you are
busy being a Calvinist troll.