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A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump’s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.

In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump’s chief strategist, called on
the “church militant” to fight a global war against a “new barbarity”
of “Islamic fascism” and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.

While most listeners probably overlooked the term “church militant,”
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church’s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one’s soul, its longstanding connotation.

To fully grasp what “church militant” means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called — to no surprise —
ChurchMilitant.com.

The site’s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)

Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website’s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.

“This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don’t,” he said, adding, “Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.”

For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
Ted
2016-12-31 12:17:59 UTC
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A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump’s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump’s chief strategist, called on
the “church militant” to fight a global war against a “new barbarity”
of “Islamic fascism” and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term “church militant,”
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church’s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one’s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what “church militant” means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called — to no surprise —
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site’s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website’s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
“This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don’t,” he said, adding, “Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.”
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
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2016-12-31 13:10:02 UTC
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A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".

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Ted
2016-12-31 15:25:36 UTC
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
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2016-12-31 15:48:06 UTC
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A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Ted
2016-12-31 21:51:12 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Another ludicrous leftwing lie?
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David Hartung
2016-12-31 22:10:42 UTC
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Another ludicrous leftwing lie?
The term "Church Militant" describes our life one Earth, and refers to
the fact that we are engaged not only in mission work, but also
struggling to live Godly lives in a fallen world. Given the little
mentioned in the NYT article. it is very likely that this is what Mr.
Bannon was speaking about, that he was not speaking in some sort of
"secret" theological language.

Of course the left wing media never loses any chance to attack the Church.
Ted
2016-12-31 22:32:52 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Another ludicrous leftwing lie?
The term "Church Militant" describes our life one Earth, and refers to
the fact that we are engaged not only in mission work, but also
struggling to live Godly lives in a fallen world. Given the little
mentioned in the NYT article. it is very likely that this is what Mr.
Bannon was speaking about, that he was not speaking in some sort of
"secret" theological language.
LOL. And the fuckwits think he means physical violence.
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Of course the left wing media never loses any chance to attack the Church.
Ultra-leftism is very much like a religion and Christianity is their
competitor.
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Another ludicrous leftwing lie?
The term "Church Militant" describes our life one Earth, and refers to
the fact that we are engaged not only in mission work, but also
struggling to live Godly lives in a fallen world. Given the little
mentioned in the NYT article. it is very likely that this is what Mr.
Bannon was speaking about, that he was not speaking in some sort of
"secret" theological language.
LOL. And the fuckwits think he means physical violence.
Amazing what can happen when people don't know what they think they know.
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Post by David Hartung
Of course the left wing media never loses any chance to attack the Church.
Ultra-leftism is very much like a religion and Christianity is their
competitor.
Unfortunately they don't see it.
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2017-01-01 02:21:57 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Another ludicrous leftwing lie?
The term "Church Militant" describes our life one Earth, and refers to
the fact that we are engaged not only in mission work, but also
struggling to live Godly lives in a fallen world. Given the little
mentioned in the NYT article. it is very likely that this is what Mr.
Bannon was speaking about, that he was not speaking in some sort of
"secret" theological language.
LOL. And the fuckwits think he means physical violence.
Amazing what can happen when people don't know what they think they know.
Post by Ted
Post by David Hartung
Of course the left wing media never loses any chance to attack the Church.
Ultra-leftism is very much like a religion and Christianity is their
competitor.
Unfortunately they don't see it.
https://www.amazon.com/Godless-Church-Liberalism-Ann-Coulter/dp/1400054214

Yep, she pretty much nails it.
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A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist
revolt that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed
unearthed a recording of him speaking to a Vatican conference
of conservative Catholics in 2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the
hard-right website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief
strategist, called on the ?church militant? to fight a global
war against a ?new barbarity? of ?Islamic fascism? and
international financial elites, with 2,500 years of Western
civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church
militant,? knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as
a concept deeply embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover,
they would have noticed that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out
of context, invoking it in a call for cultural and military
conflict rather than for spiritual warfare, particularly
within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly
politicized atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader
movement and the role of a traditionalist Catholic website
called ? to no surprise ? ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction
of an existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of
the positions espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr.
Bannon did not respond to questions submitted to the Trump
transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of
ChurchMilitant.com, said the website?s positions were a
righteous defense of patriotism and morality on behalf of
people who believe those virtues have been attacked by
liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and
those that don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this
is a war of religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the
emergence of Church Militant theology in a politicized and
highly partisan way is disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it
ain't like she ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Another ludicrous leftwing lie?
The term "Church Militant" describes our life one Earth, and refers
to the fact that we are engaged not only in mission work, but also
struggling to live Godly lives in a fallen world. Given the little
mentioned in the NYT article. it is very likely that this is what
Mr. Bannon was speaking about, that he was not speaking in some sort
of "secret" theological language.
LOL. And the fuckwits think he means physical violence.
Amazing what can happen when people don't know what they think they know.
Post by Ted
Post by David Hartung
Of course the left wing media never loses any chance to attack the Church.
Ultra-leftism is very much like a religion and Christianity is their
competitor.
Unfortunately they don't see it.
It is a good thing we will have a president
who whole life has been devoted to the Christian
values of greed, lust, envy, deceit and adultery.
David Hartung
2017-01-01 02:43:14 UTC
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Post by Ted
?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-i
s-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist
revolt that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed
unearthed a recording of him speaking to a Vatican conference
of conservative Catholics in 2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the
hard-right website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief
strategist, called on the ?church militant? to fight a global
war against a ?new barbarity? of ?Islamic fascism? and
international financial elites, with 2,500 years of Western
civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church
militant,? knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as
a concept deeply embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover,
they would have noticed that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out
of context, invoking it in a call for cultural and military
conflict rather than for spiritual warfare, particularly
within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly
politicized atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader
movement and the role of a traditionalist Catholic website
called ? to no surprise ? ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction
of an existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of
the positions espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr.
Bannon did not respond to questions submitted to the Trump
transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of
ChurchMilitant.com, said the website?s positions were a
righteous defense of patriotism and morality on behalf of
people who believe those virtues have been attacked by
liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and
those that don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this
is a war of religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the
emergence of Church Militant theology in a politicized and
highly partisan way is disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it
ain't like she ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Another ludicrous leftwing lie?
The term "Church Militant" describes our life one Earth, and refers
to the fact that we are engaged not only in mission work, but also
struggling to live Godly lives in a fallen world. Given the little
mentioned in the NYT article. it is very likely that this is what
Mr. Bannon was speaking about, that he was not speaking in some sort
of "secret" theological language.
LOL. And the fuckwits think he means physical violence.
Amazing what can happen when people don't know what they think they know.
Post by Ted
Post by David Hartung
Of course the left wing media never loses any chance to attack the Church.
Ultra-leftism is very much like a religion and Christianity is their
competitor.
Unfortunately they don't see it.
It is a good thing we will have a president
who whole life has been devoted to the Christian
values of greed, lust, envy, deceit and adultery.
How did Trump enter into this discussion?
Patrick
2017-01-01 13:45:06 UTC
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Post by David Hartung
Post by Ted
Post by David Hartung
Post by Ted
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-i
s-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist
revolt that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed
unearthed a recording of him speaking to a Vatican conference
of conservative Catholics in 2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the
hard-right website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief
strategist, called on the ?church militant? to fight a global
war against a ?new barbarity? of ?Islamic fascism? and
international financial elites, with 2,500 years of Western
civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church
militant,? knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as
a concept deeply embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover,
they would have noticed that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out
of context, invoking it in a call for cultural and military
conflict rather than for spiritual warfare, particularly
within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly
politicized atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader
movement and the role of a traditionalist Catholic website
called ? to no surprise ? ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction
of an existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of
the positions espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr.
Bannon did not respond to questions submitted to the Trump
transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of
ChurchMilitant.com, said the website?s positions were a
righteous defense of patriotism and morality on behalf of
people who believe those virtues have been attacked by
liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and
those that don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this
is a war of religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the
emergence of Church Militant theology in a politicized and
highly partisan way is disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it
ain't like she ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Another ludicrous leftwing lie?
The term "Church Militant" describes our life one Earth, and refers
to the fact that we are engaged not only in mission work, but also
struggling to live Godly lives in a fallen world. Given the little
mentioned in the NYT article. it is very likely that this is what
Mr. Bannon was speaking about, that he was not speaking in some sort
of "secret" theological language.
LOL. And the fuckwits think he means physical violence.
Amazing what can happen when people don't know what they think they know.
Post by Ted
Post by David Hartung
Of course the left wing media never loses any chance to attack the Church.
Ultra-leftism is very much like a religion and Christianity is their
competitor.
Unfortunately they don't see it.
It is a good thing we will have a president
who whole life has been devoted to the Christian
values of greed, lust, envy, deceit and adultery.
How did Trump enter into this discussion?
I thought he was talking about kennedy, clintoon, gary hart, albore,
etc.
DoD
2017-01-01 03:12:51 UTC
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It is a good thing we will have a president
who whole life has been devoted to the Christian
values of greed, lust, envy, deceit and adultery.
Better than your atheist one that was into the same practices, bigoted
holman.
Gronk
2017-01-02 04:37:44 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
It is a good thing we will have a president
who whole life has been devoted to the Christian
values of greed, lust, envy, deceit and adultery.
Better than your atheist one that was into the same practices, bigoted
holman.
What "atheist one"?
DoD
2017-01-01 03:13:50 UTC
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Post by Ted
?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-i
s-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist
revolt that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed
unearthed a recording of him speaking to a Vatican conference
of conservative Catholics in 2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the
hard-right website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief
strategist, called on the ?church militant? to fight a global
war against a ?new barbarity? of ?Islamic fascism? and
international financial elites, with 2,500 years of Western
civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church
militant,? knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as
a concept deeply embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover,
they would have noticed that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out
of context, invoking it in a call for cultural and military
conflict rather than for spiritual warfare, particularly
within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly
politicized atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader
movement and the role of a traditionalist Catholic website
called ? to no surprise ? ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction
of an existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of
the positions espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr.
Bannon did not respond to questions submitted to the Trump
transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of
ChurchMilitant.com, said the website?s positions were a
righteous defense of patriotism and morality on behalf of
people who believe those virtues have been attacked by
liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and
those that don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this
is a war of religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the
emergence of Church Militant theology in a politicized and
highly partisan way is disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it
ain't like she ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
So is the idea that the Church on Earth is the "Church Militant".
Another ludicrous leftwing lie?
The term "Church Militant" describes our life one Earth, and refers
to the fact that we are engaged not only in mission work, but also
struggling to live Godly lives in a fallen world. Given the little
mentioned in the NYT article. it is very likely that this is what
Mr. Bannon was speaking about, that he was not speaking in some sort
of "secret" theological language.
LOL. And the fuckwits think he means physical violence.
Amazing what can happen when people don't know what they think they know.
Post by Ted
Post by David Hartung
Of course the left wing media never loses any chance to attack the Church.
Ultra-leftism is very much like a religion and Christianity is their
competitor.
Unfortunately they don't see it.
It is a good thing we will have a president
who whole life has been devoted to the Christian
values of greed, lust, envy, deceit and adultery.
He has a one track mind with his brain stuck in park and the foot is still
on the gas.
duke
2017-01-02 11:23:34 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.

In Christian theology, the Christian Church is traditionally divided into:

the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]

the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;

and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.

the dukester, American-American

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Ted
2017-01-02 12:16:16 UTC
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
You're welcome.

the dukester, American-American

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Mattb.
2017-01-02 18:37:12 UTC
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
Ted
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21

…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life.
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2017-01-02 22:44:52 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life
No mention of purgatory in that, fuckwit Patsie.
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2017-01-03 01:23:05 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life
No mention of purgatory in that, fuckwit Patsie.
And that is why we don't let you into most discussions, gracie.
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2017-01-02 22:49:23 UTC
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life.
So?
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
?26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb?s book of life.
So?
Do you believe?
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2017-01-02 18:45:28 UTC
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life.
Don't see purgatory. Why did Jesus say he came?
Patrick
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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life.
Don't see purgatory. Why did Jesus say he came?
Well, that is a new troll question.
I think I'll add it to your list.

Why did Jesus come into the world?

"Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners." "For God so loved
the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes
in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send
the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world might be
saved through Him" (but see John 9:39).
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2017-01-02 23:57:22 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life.
Don't see purgatory. Why did Jesus say he came?
Well, that is a new troll question.
It is a important question for all who follow Jesus,
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I think I'll add it to your list.
Ok
Post by Patrick
Why did Jesus come into the world?
"Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners." "For God so loved
the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes
in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send
the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world might be
saved through Him" (but see John 9:39).
Then the RCC added conditions not said by Jesus. We know
Patrick
2017-01-03 01:22:13 UTC
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Don't see purgatory. Why did Jesus say he came?
Let's make that your Troll Question # 18.

Why did Jesus come into the world?
"Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners." "For God so loved
the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes
in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send
the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world might be
saved through Him" (but see John 9:39).
David Hartung
2017-01-03 00:24:02 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life.
How does this support the doctrine of purgatory?
Ted
2017-01-03 00:38:14 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life.
How does this support the doctrine of purgatory?
If you read it carefully, you'll notice that all the letters of the word
"purgatory" are contained therein. You just have to move them around a bit,
that's all.
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life.
How does this support the doctrine of purgatory?
If you read it carefully, you'll notice that all the letters of the word
"purgatory" are contained therein. You just have to move them around a bit,
that's all.
Did I mention "Kiss Ass" to you lately?
Patrick
2017-01-03 01:24:32 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
But isn't that a standard Christian perspective? What changed?
Nothing. Firewater was just showing off his dumb butt thinking it was a case of
intelligence.
the Church Militant (Latin: Ecclesia militans), which consists of Christians on
earth who struggle as soldiers of Christ against sin, the devil, and "the rulers
of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high
places";[1]
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
and the Church Triumphant (Latin: Ecclesia triumphans), which consists of those
who have the beatific vision and are in Heaven.
I see. Thanks for explaining, duke.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
No, of course I don't believe it.
REV 21
…26And into the city will be brought the glory and honor of the
nations. 27But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who
practices an abomination or a lie, but only those whose names are
written in the Lamb’s book of life.
How does this support the doctrine of purgatory?
If you are serious, ask me again.... nicely.
Not that your question was insulting in any way.
I just like to discuss things in a nice manner.
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Patrick, thou very devil incardinate. Ye are a sanctimonious tedious
fool, a mumbling image of pride, an underachieving canker blossom, a
Post by Patrick
I just like to discuss things in a nice manner.
Did I mention "Kiss Ass" to you lately?
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Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
I think it is almost time to start numbering your whines.
Let me see.

1. When was Jesus born?
2. Can you prove the Holy Spirit exists?
3.Why do you call your priests "father?"
4. Where can we find "trinity" in the Bible?
5. Do Catholics follow the Old Testament?
6. Why does the RCC follow Mithraism?
7. How about that pope of yours?
8. Why does the RCC support and defend pedophiles?
9. Why did the RCC sell indulgences?
10 Why did the RCC murder so many people throughout history?
11 Where can you find purgatory in the Bible?
12 Why do you call your priests: "Father?"
13. Cannibalism
14. Mary had several children...
15. Do Catholics follow the 10 commandments?
16. Why do Catholics hate gay people?
17. RCC has a history of evil and murder...

++ OK... I'm getting tired....

++ So.... your question today is #11.
Would you like the answer to Number 11?
Will you ask this question again in the next seven days?
Kadaitcha Man
2017-01-02 22:41:51 UTC
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Patrick, life and love thy misery. Thou art a villainous mildewed ear,
a sour-faced motion generative, a befogged buzzard, a puny bloody
Post by Patrick
Post by Mattb.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
I think it is almost time to start numbering your whines.
Let me see.
1. When was Jesus born?
2. Can you prove the Holy Spirit exists?
3.Why do you call your priests "father?"
4. Where can we find "trinity" in the Bible?
5. Do Catholics follow the Old Testament?
6. Why does the RCC follow Mithraism?
7. How about that pope of yours?
8. Why does the RCC support and defend pedophiles?
9. Why did the RCC sell indulgences?
10 Why did the RCC murder so many people throughout history?
11 Where can you find purgatory in the Bible?
12 Why do you call your priests: "Father?"
13. Cannibalism
14. Mary had several children...
15. Do Catholics follow the 10 commandments?
16. Why do Catholics hate gay people?
17. RCC has a history of evil and murder...
18. Why do RCC priests molest and rape children?
19. Why do you defend the molestation and rape of children by RCC priests?
20. Why do RCs bow down to graven images?
21 Why are you such a fucwit?
Post by Patrick
++ OK... I'm getting tired....
++ So.... your question today is #11.
Would you like the answer to Number 11?
Will you ask this question again in the next seven days?
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2017-01-02 22:49:21 UTC
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Patrick, life and love thy misery. Thou art a villainous mildewed ear,
a sour-faced motion generative, a befogged buzzard, a puny bloody
Post by Patrick
Post by Mattb.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
I think it is almost time to start numbering your whines.
Let me see.
1. When was Jesus born?
2. Can you prove the Holy Spirit exists?
3.Why do you call your priests "father?"
4. Where can we find "trinity" in the Bible?
5. Do Catholics follow the Old Testament?
6. Why does the RCC follow Mithraism?
7. How about that pope of yours?
8. Why does the RCC support and defend pedophiles?
9. Why did the RCC sell indulgences?
10 Why did the RCC murder so many people throughout history?
11 Where can you find purgatory in the Bible?
12 Why do you call your priests: "Father?"
13. Cannibalism
14. Mary had several children...
15. Do Catholics follow the 10 commandments?
16. Why do Catholics hate gay people?
17. RCC has a history of evil and murder...
18. Why do RCC priests molest and rape children?
19. Why do you defend the molestation and rape of children by RCC priests?
20. Why do RCs bow down to graven images?
21 Why are you such a fucwit?
Post by Patrick
++ OK... I'm getting tired....
++ So.... your question today is #11.
Would you like the answer to Number 11?
Will you ask this question again in the next seven days?
Also, Patrick eats shit.
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2017-01-03 01:32:53 UTC
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Also, Patrick eats shit.
Did I mention Kiss Ass to you in the last 5 minutes?
Patrick
2017-01-03 01:30:26 UTC
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Post by Kadaitcha Man
Patrick, life and love thy misery. Thou art a villainous mildewed ear,
a sour-faced motion generative, a befogged buzzard, a puny bloody
Post by Patrick
Post by Mattb.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
I think it is almost time to start numbering your whines.
Let me see.
1. When was Jesus born?
2. Can you prove the Holy Spirit exists?
3.Why do you call your priests "father?"
4. Where can we find "trinity" in the Bible?
5. Do Catholics follow the Old Testament?
6. Why does the RCC follow Mithraism?
7. How about that pope of yours?
8. Why does the RCC support and defend pedophiles?
9. Why did the RCC sell indulgences?
10 Why did the RCC murder so many people throughout history?
11 Where can you find purgatory in the Bible?
12 Why do you call your priests: "Father?"
13. Cannibalism
14. Mary had several children...
15. Do Catholics follow the 10 commandments?
16. Why do Catholics hate gay people?
17. RCC has a history of evil and murder...
18. Why do RCC priests molest and rape children?
I like that one too.
Post by Kadaitcha Man
19. Why do you defend the molestation and rape of children by RCC priests?
And that is an old question also.
Post by Kadaitcha Man
20. Why do RCs bow down to graven images?
Good, good.... keep them comint.
Post by Kadaitcha Man
21 Why are you such a fucwit?
Only you know why you are such a fuckwit.
I don't have an answer to that.
Post by Kadaitcha Man
Post by Patrick
++ OK... I'm getting tired....
++ So.... your question today is #11.
Would you like the answer to Number 11?
Will you ask this question again in the next seven days?
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Patrick, thou unconfinable baseness. Ye are a reeking white-livered
and red-faced slug, a craven apparition, an errant damned and
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Patrick, life and love thy misery. Thou art a villainous mildewed ear,
a sour-faced motion generative, a befogged buzzard, a puny bloody
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Post by Mattb.
Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
I think it is almost time to start numbering your whines.
Let me see.
1. When was Jesus born?
2. Can you prove the Holy Spirit exists?
3.Why do you call your priests "father?"
4. Where can we find "trinity" in the Bible?
5. Do Catholics follow the Old Testament?
6. Why does the RCC follow Mithraism?
7. How about that pope of yours?
8. Why does the RCC support and defend pedophiles?
9. Why did the RCC sell indulgences?
10 Why did the RCC murder so many people throughout history?
11 Where can you find purgatory in the Bible?
12 Why do you call your priests: "Father?"
13. Cannibalism
14. Mary had several children...
15. Do Catholics follow the 10 commandments?
16. Why do Catholics hate gay people?
17. RCC has a history of evil and murder...
18. Why do RCC priests molest and rape children?
I like that one too.
Post by Kadaitcha Man
19. Why do you defend the molestation and rape of children by RCC priests?
And that is an old question also.
Post by Kadaitcha Man
20. Why do RCs bow down to graven images?
Good, good.... keep them comint.
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21 Why are you such a fucwit?
Only you know why you are such a fuckwit.
I don't have an answer to that.
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Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
I think it is almost time to start numbering your whines.
Let me see.
1. When was Jesus born?
2. Can you prove the Holy Spirit exists?
3.Why do you call your priests "father?"
4. Where can we find "trinity" in the Bible?
5. Do Catholics follow the Old Testament?
6. Why does the RCC follow Mithraism?
7. How about that pope of yours?
8. Why does the RCC support and defend pedophiles?
9. Why did the RCC sell indulgences?
10 Why did the RCC murder so many people throughout history?
11 Where can you find purgatory in the Bible?
12 Why do you call your priests: "Father?"
13. Cannibalism
14. Mary had several children...
15. Do Catholics follow the 10 commandments?
16. Why do Catholics hate gay people?
17. RCC has a history of evil and murder...
++ OK... I'm getting tired....
++ So.... your question today is #11.
Would you like the answer to Number 11?
Will you ask this question again in the next seven days?
Then answer your list. Each one.

Get back to me about the RCC being what you claim after until then it
is shit to me. Well you hardline types at least.

OK do so here

1. When was Jesus born?
2. Can you prove the Holy Spirit exists?
3.Why do you call your priests "father?"
4. Where can we find "trinity" in the Bible?
5. Do Catholics follow the Old Testament?
6. Why does the RCC follow Mithraism?
7. How about that pope of yours?
8. Why does the RCC support and defend pedophiles?
9. Why did the RCC sell indulgences?
10 Why did the RCC murder so many people throughout history?
11 Where can you find purgatory in the Bible?
12 Why do you call your priests: "Father?"
13. Cannibalism
14. Mary had several children...
15. Do Catholics follow the 10 commandments?
16. Why do Catholics hate gay people?


When done let me know

RCC doesn't even follow the Bible just does great evil in the name of
a bunch of child abusers,

Duke can you answer these?
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2017-01-03 01:28:55 UTC
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Do you believe Jesus taught of Purgatory? Is so where?
I think it is almost time to start numbering your whines.
Let me see.
1. When was Jesus born?
2. Can you prove the Holy Spirit exists?
3.Why do you call your priests "father?"
4. Where can we find "trinity" in the Bible?
5. Do Catholics follow the Old Testament?
6. Why does the RCC follow Mithraism?
7. How about that pope of yours?
8. Why does the RCC support and defend pedophiles?
9. Why did the RCC sell indulgences?
10 Why did the RCC murder so many people throughout history?
11 Where can you find purgatory in the Bible?
12 Why do you call your priests: "Father?"
13. Cannibalism
14. Mary had several children...
15. Do Catholics follow the 10 commandments?
16. Why do Catholics hate gay people?
17. RCC has a history of evil and murder...
++ OK... I'm getting tired....
++ So.... your question today is #11.
Would you like the answer to Number 11?
Will you ask this question again in the next seven days?
Then answer your list. Each one.
I'll answer them one at a time - when I have the time again.
Each question has been asked and answered dozens of times already.
However, I will soon be cataloging them so that I don't have to keep
looking up your stupid shit.
Post by Mattb.
Get back to me about the RCC being what you claim after until then it
is shit to me. Well you hardline types at least.
OK do so here
1. When was Jesus born?
2. Can you prove the Holy Spirit exists?
3.Why do you call your priests "father?"
4. Where can we find "trinity" in the Bible?
5. Do Catholics follow the Old Testament?
6. Why does the RCC follow Mithraism?
7. How about that pope of yours?
8. Why does the RCC support and defend pedophiles?
9. Why did the RCC sell indulgences?
10 Why did the RCC murder so many people throughout history?
11 Where can you find purgatory in the Bible?
12 Why do you call your priests: "Father?"
13. Cannibalism
14. Mary had several children...
15. Do Catholics follow the 10 commandments?
16. Why do Catholics hate gay people?
When done let me know
What happened to # 17?
17. RCC has a history of evil and murder...

And add # 18 to the mix now...
18. Why did Jesus say He came?

Why did Jesus come into the world?
"Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners." "For God so loved
the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes
in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send
the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world might be
saved through Him" (but see John 9:39).
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
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2017-01-02 17:33:43 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the
answer you want.

It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
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Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
The preceding was plagiarized from:

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
Thanks Mitchell.
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
Thanks Mitchell.
What?
You didn't know the definition of a kiss ass?
Maybe you should ask mitch the definition of what an obsequious person
that tries to win the favor of someone, usually their superior.
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Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
Thanks Mitchell.
What?
Of course he did, you child-molesting fucktard. What he didn't know is
that you *plagiarized* the definition you posted.
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2017-01-03 01:34:42 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
Thanks Mitchell.
What?
Of course he did, you child-molesting fucktard. What he didn't know is
that you *plagiarized* the definition you posted.
It is a definition... you know: "DEFINITION" from someplace.
Do you know what a definition is?
Get back to me, gracie when you know.

Also desccribe your vaginaplasty operation again that got you fired.
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
Thanks Mitchell.
What?
You didn't know the definition of a kiss ass?
Maybe you should ask mitch the definition of what an obsequious person
that tries to win the favor of someone, usually their superior.
Whose favor are you trying to win? I'm your superior; is it me?
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
Thanks Mitchell.
What?
You didn't know the definition of a kiss ass?
Maybe you should ask mitch the definition of what an obsequious person
that tries to win the favor of someone, usually their superior.
Whose favor are you trying to win? I'm your superior; is it me?
Another problem that you have.
You can't figure out that everyone is your superior.
You may call me "SIR" if you like.
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
Yup.
It is a definition.
I didn't make it up.
Do you disagree with it?
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2017-01-03 00:27:30 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
Given your track record of "copy and paste", you are in no position to
accuse others of "plagiarism".
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2017-01-03 02:46:00 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church
Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of
certain churches, especially that of the Catholic Church,
consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine
of purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-
bible
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Patrick
Post by Ted
Post by Rudy Canoza
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Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kiss%20ass
Given your track record of "copy and paste", you are in no position to
accuse others of "plagiarism".
I cut and paste a lot - and ALWAYS include
the URL so others can read the detail too large
to fit here.
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2017-01-02 22:00:39 UTC
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Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
LOL! Thanks, Patrick. Now I'll be able to recognize a Kiss Ass if I ever
encounter one. :)
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Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
LOL! Thanks, Patrick. Now I'll be able to recognize a Kiss Ass if I ever
encounter one. :)
My gosh.
You've never heard that before?
For some reason I just don't believe you, teddy....

Did I ever tell you about another punk named Ted who borrowed my 68
Dodge Super Bee and then drove it into the Missouri River, never to be
seen again?
Ted
2017-01-02 22:49:15 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
LOL! Thanks, Patrick. Now I'll be able to recognize a Kiss Ass if I ever
encounter one. :)
My gosh.
You've never heard that before?
For some reason I just don't believe you, teddy....
Did I ever tell you about another punk named Ted who borrowed my 68
Dodge Super Bee and then drove it into the Missouri River, never to be
seen again?
That was me. I'm surprised you remember that; it was a long time ago.
--
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dumbest, most opinionated, most blinkered and also the most arrogant septic
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
LOL! Thanks, Patrick. Now I'll be able to recognize a Kiss Ass if I ever
encounter one. :)
My gosh.
You've never heard that before?
For some reason I just don't believe you, teddy....
Did I ever tell you about another punk named Ted who borrowed my 68
Dodge Super Bee and then drove it into the Missouri River, never to be
seen again?
That was me. I'm surprised you remember that; it was a long time ago.
LOL!
Ted
2017-01-02 23:11:02 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
LOL! Thanks, Patrick. Now I'll be able to recognize a Kiss Ass if I ever
encounter one. :)
My gosh.
You've never heard that before?
For some reason I just don't believe you, teddy....
Did I ever tell you about another punk named Ted who borrowed my 68
Dodge Super Bee and then drove it into the Missouri River, never to be
seen again?
That was me. I'm surprised you remember that; it was a long time ago.
LOL!
:)
--
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dumbest, most opinionated, most blinkered and also the most arrogant septic
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definitely seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
LOL! Thanks, Patrick. Now I'll be able to recognize a Kiss Ass if I ever
encounter one. :)
My gosh.
You've never heard that before?
For some reason I just don't believe you, teddy....
Did I ever tell you about another punk named Ted who borrowed my 68
Dodge Super Bee and then drove it into the Missouri River, never to be
seen again?
That was me. I'm surprised you remember that; it was a long time ago.
Fall of 1972.
Patrick
2017-01-02 22:37:46 UTC
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Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.

This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.

In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.

A Kiss ass will most definetly seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
the late Marie Therese LaBourgeois
2017-01-02 22:45:53 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
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Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
No. But you not only kiss, you suck Douche Weber's ass.
Ted
2017-01-02 22:52:32 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
No. But you not only kiss, you suck Douche Weber's ass.
LOL. They're queer for each other.
--
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
No. But you not only kiss, you suck Douche Weber's ass.
LOL. They're queer for each other.
One time Patsie stayed over at Douche Weber's house. During the night,
Patsie dreamt he was hatching a zucchini, and woke to find Douche
hanging onto his sideburns.
Ted
2017-01-02 23:11:47 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by David Hartung
Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get
the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
No. But you not only kiss, you suck Douche Weber's ass.
LOL. They're queer for each other.
One time Patsie stayed over at Douche Weber's house. During the night,
Patsie dreamt he was hatching a zucchini, and woke to find Douche hanging
onto his sideburns.
LOL!
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Post by Mitchell Holman
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
No. But you not only kiss, you suck Douche Weber's ass.
LOL. They're queer for each other.
One time Patsie stayed over at Douche Weber's house. During the night,
Patsie dreamt he was hatching a zucchini, and woke to find Douche
hanging onto his sideburns.
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Post by Mitchell Holman
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
No. But you not only kiss, you suck Douche Weber's ass.
LOL. They're queer for each other.
Somehow I knew you would throw out your 2 cents worth.
Kiss Ass.
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2017-01-02 22:49:22 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definetly seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
LOL! Thanks, Patrick. Now I'll be able to recognize a Kiss Ass if I ever
encounter one. :)
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2017-01-03 01:39:49 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
A Kiss ass will most definetly seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
LOL! Thanks, Patrick. Now I'll be able to recognize a Kiss Ass if I ever
encounter one. :)
Look in the mirror.
Mattb.
2017-01-02 18:30:14 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
People I suspect have noticed how 'fake and transparent. Patrick
Barker's lies and deceptions are.
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A Kiss ass will most definetly seem fake due to the fact they don't
actually give a shit when people watch how fake they are.
Patrick
2017-01-03 01:38:13 UTC
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Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
People I suspect have noticed how 'fake and transparent. Patrick
Barker's lies and deceptions are.
+ Did you have a question or a comment?
You know, all you have to do now is shout out a number.
Mattb.
2017-01-03 00:00:40 UTC
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Post by duke
the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
Well stated.
Kiss ass
A Kiss ass is commonly known as a person who will go to many lengths
to look impressive, good, and worthy towards another person or group
of higher social standing.
This is usually due to their need to ascend in the ranks of their
workplace, school, or society in general.
In their quest for higher status and privilege, they will become
unguarded and their peers will begin to notice how fake and
transparent their attempts are.
People I suspect have noticed how 'fake and transparent. Patrick
Barker's lies and deceptions are.
+ Did you have a question or a comment?
People I suspect have noticed how 'fake and transparent. Patrick
Barker's lies and deceptions are.

Just the above statement of fact.
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You know, all you have to do now is shout out a number.
Don't stop calling me the whiner. I'll miss that.
Mattb.
2017-01-02 17:50:25 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the
answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
The invention of Purgatory was very profitable the lie of Purgatory
and independence paid for St. Peter's Basilica. This became a factor
in starting the Reformation, the birth of Protestantism. People just
couldn't stomach the lie that is the RCC anymore.

Just think every time you go visit St. Peter's Basilica you are
looking at lies and deceit no matter how beautiful it is.
Patrick
2017-01-02 22:36:55 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the
answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
The invention of Purgatory was very profitable the lie of Purgatory
and independence paid for St. Peter's Basilica. This became a factor
in starting the Reformation, the birth of Protestantism. People just
couldn't stomach the lie that is the RCC anymore.
Just think every time you go visit St. Peter's Basilica you are
looking at lies and deceit no matter how beautiful it is.
Number 11.
Mattb.
2017-01-02 18:32:33 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
Good answer.
Yes, it's a very good answer to show that purgatory is a Cat-lick
fabrication based on torturing the text of the new testament to get the
answer you want.
It's sophistry, plain and simple. "Catholic Answers" = sophistry.
The invention of Purgatory was very profitable the lie of Purgatory
and independence paid for St. Peter's Basilica. This became a factor
in starting the Reformation, the birth of Protestantism. People just
couldn't stomach the lie that is the RCC anymore.
Just think every time you go visit St. Peter's Basilica you are
looking at lies and deceit no matter how beautiful it is.
Number 11.
No number one the RCC is the Church of Pedophilia and murder. Greed
is at it's core along with Pagan practices.
Mattb.
2017-01-02 18:44:19 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
You mean you invented it around 1200AD. If Jesus taught it why did it
take 1200 year to come out and also how much money has the Church made
off of it's invention? You made a fortune off the inquisition since
you got the property of people charged with it.

You made it up for greed.

Something this important you'd think you have word of it from Jesus
himself.
Patrick
2017-01-02 22:42:32 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
You mean you invented it around 1200AD. If Jesus taught it why did it
take 1200 year to come out and also how much money has the Church made
off of it's invention? You made a fortune off the inquisition since
Number 11.
Look up the answer.
Mattb.
2017-01-02 18:31:31 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the
Church Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant
(Latin: Ecclesia expectans), which in the theology of certain
churches, especially that of the Catholic Church, consists of those
Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of
purgatory come?
http://www.catholic.com/blog/tim-staples/is-purgatory-in-the-bible
You mean you invented it around 1200AD. If Jesus taught it why did it
take 1200 year to come out and also how much money has the Church made
off of it's invention? You made a fortune off the inquisition since
Number 11.
Look up the answer.
Your source is suspect. Might as well ask Satan as a Catholic source.
Ted
2017-01-02 13:52:04 UTC
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the Church Penitent (Latin: Ecclesia poenitens), also called the Church
Suffering (Latin: Ecclesia dolens) or the Church Expectant (Latin: Ecclesia
expectans), which in the theology of certain churches, especially that of the
Catholic Church, consists of those Christians presently in Purgatory;
Out of curiosity, from where in Holy Scripture does the doctrine of purgatory come?
It's in one of their Exarectal scriptures.
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
And?
duke
2017-01-02 11:24:09 UTC
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
And?
Firewater is being laughed at as usual.

the dukester, American-American

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http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
Soon to be pilgrims on Mars.
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?Church Militant? Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump?s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump?s chief strategist, called on
the ?church militant? to fight a global war against a ?new barbarity?
of ?Islamic fascism? and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term ?church militant,?
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church?s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one?s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what ?church militant? means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called ? to no surprise ?
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site?s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website?s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
?This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don?t,? he said, adding, ?Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.?
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like she
ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
The Pope now refers to us as "pilgrims on earth".
Soon to be pilgrims on Mars.
Doesn't matter. As long as we are alive, regardless of where, we are the church
militant.

the dukester, American-American

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Doesn't matter. As long as we are alive, regardless of where, we are the church
militant.
[quote]

Poem by John Kendrick: CHRISTIANS AT WAR

Onward, Christian soldiers! Duty's way is plain;
Slay your Christian neighbors, or by them be slain,
Pulpiteers are spouting effervescent swill,
God above is calling you to rob and rape and kill,
All your acts are sanctified by the Lamb on high;
If you love the Holy Ghost, go murder, pray and die.

Onward, Christian soldiers! Rip and tear and smite!
Let the gentle Jesus bless your dynamite.
Splinter skulls with shrapnel, fertilize the sod;
Folks who do not speak your tongue deserve the curse of God.
Smash the doors of every home, pretty maidens seize;
Use your might and sacred right to treat them as you please.

Onward, Christian soldiers! Eat and drink your fill;
Rob with bloody fingers, Christ okays the bill,
Steal the farmers' savings, take their grain and meat;
Even though the children starve, the Savior's bums must eat,
Burn the peasants' cottages, orphans leave bereft;
In Jehovah's holy name, wreak ruin right and left.

Onward, Christian soldiers! Drench the land with gore;
Mercy is a weakness all the gods abhor.
Bayonet the babies, jab the mothers, too;
Hoist the cross of Calvary to hallow all you do.
File your bullets' noses flat, poison every well;
God decrees your enemies must all go plumb to hell.

Onward, Christian soldiers! Blight all that you meet;
Trample human freedom under pious feet.
Praise the Lord whose dollar sign dupes his favored race!
Make the foreign trash respect your bullion brand of grace.
Trust in mock salvation, serve as tyrant's tools;
History will say of you: "That pack of God-damned fools."

[/quote]

http://www.folkarchive.de/christia.html

This is from the old IWW/Wobbly songbook. I can't stand
that brand of politics, but it is a lovely parody.
I first heard it on the "National Lampoon Radio Hour"
back in the 1970s.

Kevin R
Byker
2017-01-01 22:32:20 UTC
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It ain't gonna go anywhere. As evil as Mother Teresa was, it ain't like
she ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
Give it time:

Pt. 1:
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/leavingfundamentalism/2012/06/19/i-could-have-been-a-suicide-bomber/

Pt. 2:
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/leavingfundamentalism/2012/06/20/jesus-jihad-could-there-be-a-christian-bin-laden/
Ted
2017-01-01 23:23:36 UTC
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she ever tried to fly airplanes into buildings.
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/leavingfundamentalism/2012/06/19/i-could-have-been-a-suicide-bomber/
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/leavingfundamentalism/2012/06/20/jesus-jihad-could-there-be-a-christian-bin-laden/
Thanks for sharing those, Byker. He's right about the way some fundies
think.
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duke
2016-12-31 13:09:22 UTC
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‘Church Militant’ Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump’s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
Haahaahaa. As usual, you missed the rest of the article.

Never learned in the past, not today, and never to come.
Post by Mattb.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump’s chief strategist, called on
the “church militant” to fight a global war against a “new barbarity”
of “Islamic fascism” and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term “church militant,”
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church’s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one’s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what “church militant” means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called — to no surprise —
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site’s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website’s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
“This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don’t,” he said, adding, “Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.”
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
the dukester, American-American

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Mattb.
2016-12-31 22:47:56 UTC
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‘Church Militant’ Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump’s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
Haahaahaa. As usual, you missed the rest of the article.
Never learned in the past, not today, and never to come.
That is why unlike you and Patrick provide a link to the source. So
all can read the entire article.
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Post by Mattb.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump’s chief strategist, called on
the “church militant” to fight a global war against a “new barbarity”
of “Islamic fascism” and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term “church militant,”
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church’s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one’s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what “church militant” means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called — to no surprise —
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site’s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website’s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
“This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don’t,” he said, adding, “Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.”
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
the dukester, American-American
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Pope Paul VI
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duke
2017-01-02 11:26:50 UTC
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‘Church Militant’ Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump’s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
Haahaahaa. As usual, you missed the rest of the article.
Never learned in the past, not today, and never to come.
That is why unlike you and Patrick provide a link to the source. So
all can read the entire article.
You were the one sucked in by false advertising.

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Mattb.
2017-01-02 13:16:10 UTC
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‘Church Militant’ Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump’s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
Haahaahaa. As usual, you missed the rest of the article.
Never learned in the past, not today, and never to come.
That is why unlike you and Patrick provide a link to the source. So
all can read the entire article.
You were the one sucked in by false advertising.
Don't see any proof of your claims?
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the dukester, American-American
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Let Cosby Go-Justice Must Not Enable Sluts
2016-12-31 16:51:16 UTC
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‘Church Militant’ Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html
A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt
that led to Donald J. Trump’s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording
of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in
2014.
In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right
website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump’s chief strategist, called on
the “church militant” to fight a global war against a “new barbarity”
of “Islamic fascism” and international financial elites, with 2,500
years of Western civilization at risk.
2500 years? Christ was born 2000 years ago. Anyone who doesn't know that is a NEO-PAGAN defending the pagan civilization. The Greek Fathers are spinning in their tombs.
While most listeners probably overlooked the term “church militant,”
knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply
embedded in the church’s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed
that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a
call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual
warfare, particularly within one’s soul, its longstanding connotation.
To fully grasp what “church militant” means in this highly politicized
atmosphere, it helps to examine the broader movement and the role of a
traditionalist Catholic website called — to no surprise —
ChurchMilitant.com.
The site’s right-wing stances against globalism, immigration,
social-welfare programs and abortion, as well as its depiction of an
existential war against radical Islam, mesh with many of the positions
espoused by Mr. Trump and his inner circle. (Mr. Bannon did not
respond to questions submitted to the Trump transition office.)
Michael Voris, the senior executive producer of ChurchMilitant.com,
said the website’s positions were a righteous defense of patriotism
and morality on behalf of people who believe those virtues have been
attacked by liberals, secularists and global elites.
“This is breaking down into forces that believe in God and those that
don’t,” he said, adding, “Largely, I would say this is a war of
religion versus nonreligion.”
For some Catholic scholars and anti-hate advocates, the emergence of
Church Militant theology in a politicized and highly partisan way is
disturbing.
Dänk 42Ø
2017-01-02 22:16:07 UTC
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Religion being used in the name of politics? How shocking!
Mattb.
2017-01-02 18:28:11 UTC
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Religion being used in the name of politics? How shocking!
Wish they would tax religion it would do wonders in reducing the debt.
Patrick
2017-01-03 01:43:34 UTC
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‘Church Militant’ Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
Religion being used in the name of politics? How shocking!
Wish they would tax religion it would do wonders in reducing the debt.
Keep dreaming.
Or better yet, hold yer breath.
Mattb.
2017-01-03 00:01:22 UTC
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Post by Mattb.
‘Church Militant’ Theology Is Put to New, and Politicized, Use
Religion being used in the name of politics? How shocking!
Wish they would tax religion it would do wonders in reducing the debt.
Keep dreaming.
Or better yet, hold yer breath.
You see that green dot on your forehead?
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