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Old 03-01-2011, 03:20 AM
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What the Bible says, what Catholics say, what Protestants say:


• The Bible says: "Baptism now saves you" (1 Peter 3:21). Catholics say "AMEN!" Protestants say, "Well that doesn't really mean what it says."

• The Bible says: "You see that a person is considered righteous by what they do and not by faith alone" (James 2:24). Catholics say "AMEN!" Protestants say, "Well that doesn't really mean what it says."

• The Bible says: "Unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you cannot have eternal life" (John 6:53). Catholics say "AMEN!" Protestants say, "Well that doesn't really mean what it says."

• The Bible says: "Take eat, this is my Body" (Matt 26:26). Catholics say "Amen, it is his body!" Protestants say, "Well that doesn't really mean what it says."

• The Bible says: "handkerchiefs or aprons ("Relics") were brought from his body to the sick, and the diseases left them" (Acts 19:12). Catholics say "AMEN!" Protestants say, "Well that doesn't really mean what it says."

• The Bible says: "Thou art Rock (Petros) and upon the rock I will build my Church". Catholics say "AMEN!" Protestants say, "Well that doesn't really mean what it says."

• The Bible says: "I will give you (Peter) the keys of the kingdom of heaven". Catholics say "AMEN!" Protestants say, "Well that doesn't really mean what it says."

• The Bible says: "whatever you (Peter) bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you (Peter) loose on earth will be loosed in heaven". Catholics say "AMEN!" Protestants say, "Well that doesn't really mean what it says."

• The Bible says that it is the CHURCH which is "the pillar and foundation of the truth" (1 Timothy 3:15). Catholics say "AMEN!" Protestants say, "Well that doesn't really mean what it says."


Conclusion: The Bible says what Catholics say, Protestants say what they want it to say. (Coming soon: "Anti-historical beliefs in Protestantism".)

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Default Re: Unbiblical Practices in Protestantism

The Bible also says to love one another, and grow in faith and knowledge. There are atheist, wiccans, and probably others here. This site is entertaining no doubt, to those outside of christianity. King of the mountain stuff. A real show. Have at it.

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The Bible also says to love one another
• The Bible says: "Love ye one another."
Catholics say "AMEN!"
Some Protestants say, "The Catholic Church is the Harlot and Babylon."

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Moderation: I am changing the name of this thread. "Unbiblical practices in Protestantism" is inflammatory
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Moderation: I am changing the name of this thread. "Unbiblical practices in Protestantism" is inflammatory
And this thread as well?: Unbiblical Practices in the RCC and EOC

That is the thread I was making a counterpoint to (see attachment thumbnail):
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And this thread as well?: Unbiblical Practices in the RCC and EOC

That is the thread I was making a counterpoint to (see attachment thumbnail):
Yep, I'm getting there.
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Old 03-01-2011, 08:54 AM
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And this thread as well?: Unbiblical Practices in the RCC and EOC

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Yep, I'm getting there.

In that case, please disregard my Report on the matter. Thank you.
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In that case, please disregard my Report on the matter. Thank you.
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What the Bible says, what Catholics say, what Protestants say..................


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why not just change it to


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