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    The dogma lives loudly within you

    Says the dogmatic Senator Feinstein: Senate Democrats attack Trump judicial nominee's Catholic faith | Fox News


    So much for there being no religious test for public office. Is she much up on the dogma of non-Christian religions?

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    Lightbulb DNC platform openly rejects Catholic dogmas

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    Says the dogmatic Senator Feinstein: Senate Democrats attack Trump judicial nominee's Catholic faith | Fox News


    So much for there being no religious test for public office. Is she much up on the dogma of non-Christian religions?
    This writer tries not to talk too much about Roman Catholicism, to avoid being polarizing. However, the Roman Catholic Church will never yield to:
    - feticide
    - infanticide
    - euthanasia
    - homosexual marriage (aka same sex marriages)

    Society, civil laws and other denominations may yield to demonic forces, but the dogmatic teachings of the Roman Catholic Church will never yield to the devil -- even when sin is found and exposed in clergy and laypeople. The Roman Catholic Church is an extremely visible sign that will remain in the world, until the return of the Lord Jesus Christ, whereupon He will visibly sit in the temple in Jerusalem to rule and reign.

    The Lord Jesus Christ is the only Man to live a sinless life. As a result, His sheep (people) are sinless because He washes away their sins. Subsequently, there are only two classes of people in the world today:
    - Sinful people (who knowingly or unknowingly carry their own sins)
    - Sinless people (Christians who are washed by the Blood of Jesus!)

    Which class do you knowingly or unknowingly fall into?
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    Quote Originally Posted by me again View Post
    This writer tries not to talk too much about Roman Catholicism, to avoid being polarizing. However, the Roman Catholic Church will never yield to:
    - feticide
    - infanticide
    - euthanasia
    - homosexual marriage (aka same sex marriages)

    Society, civil laws and other denominations may yield to demonic forces, but the dogmatic teachings of the Roman Catholic Church will never yield to the devil -- even when sin is found and exposed in clergy and laypeople. The Roman Catholic Church is an extremely visible sign that will remain in the world, until the return of the Lord Jesus Christ, whereupon He will visibly sit in the temple in Jerusalem to rule and reign.

    The Lord Jesus Christ is the only Man to live a sinless life. As a result, His sheep (people) are sinless because He washes away their sins. Subsequently, there are only two classes of people in the world today:
    - Sinful people (who knowingly or unknowingly carry their own sins)
    - Sinless people (Christians who are washed by the Blood of Jesus!)

    Which class do you knowingly or unknowingly fall into?
    I fuck up a lot, so when I sin I ask for forgiveness. I have never heard of sinless people before unless they can walk on water I guess. Every living man is sinful at one point or another. I am sure my Catholic priest has never heard of "sinless" people either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abner View Post
    I fuck up a lot, so when I sin I ask for forgiveness. I have never heard of sinless people before unless they can walk on water I guess. Every living man is sinful at one point or another. I am sure my Catholic priest has never heard of "sinless" people either.
    I got timed out!

    Ephesians 4:13 says that the spiritual gifts are given to build up the body of Christ “until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” Some translations say that we will become “perfect” (instead of “mature”), and from this some people have mistakenly thought that we can reach sinless perfection in this life. The Bible teaches that, while we are in the flesh, we will always struggle with a sin nature (see Romans 7:14–24). No one will be “perfect” (sinless) until we reach heaven.

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    Well, the Catholic hierarchy eventually yielded to demonic forces when it came to heliocentrism and natural selection, so I suppose there's always hope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by me again View Post
    However, the Roman Catholic Church will never yield to:
    - feticide
    - infanticide
    - euthanasia
    - homosexual marriage (aka same sex marriages)
    Can't help but notice that Francis has his own ideas.

    The Lord Jesus Christ is the only Man to live a sinless life. As a result, His sheep (people) are sinless because He washes away their sins. Subsequently, there are only two classes of people in the world today:
    - Sinful people (who knowingly or unknowingly carry their own sins)
    - Sinless people (Christians who are washed by the Blood of Jesus!)

    Which class do you knowingly or unknowingly fall into?

    I'm in the first class and knowingly. I'm neither religious nor anti-religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decimon View Post
    Can't help but notice that Francis has his own ideas.




    I'm in the first class and knowingly. I'm neither religious nor anti-religion.
    I like your style! He he! Honesty is the best policy, religious or not. I respect that. I am a Catholic Confucianist myself. A blend of religion and non religion. I try to abide by the golden rule as much as I can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abner View Post
    I like your style! He he! Honesty is the best policy, religious or not. I respect that. I am a Catholic Confucianist myself. A blend of religion and non religion. I try to abide by the golden rule as much as I can.
    Oops, damn typos! Timed out again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abner View Post
    I fuck up a lot, so when I sin I ask for forgiveness. I have never heard of sinless people before unless they can walk on water I guess.
    Abner, sin cannot enter heaven. Those who are in heaven have had their sins washed away e.g. they are sinless. Here on earth, when we sin, we confess our sins (to the Lord) and the Blood of Jesus washes those sins away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Abner View Post
    Every living man is sinful at one point or another. I am sure my Catholic priest has never heard of "sinless" people either.
    Abner, your priest has heard of absolution, which washes away sins, thus leaving the person sinless, unless the person was dishonest and secretly unrepentant during absolution, whereupon the sin remains. The Lord Jesus Christ cannot be deceived and He knows our hearts.
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