Frank, What is your problem anyway? Why can't you give a Catholic credit for any spiritually moral acts? And why you state that Catholics can't be morally correct about their stance on abortion being wrong?
Christopher000 wrote: Glad you've been paying attention, John. Do you still attend Mass on the weekends?
I still attend Saturday Vigil Mass at the local Catholic parish. This past Sunday at my Baptist Church the sermon by Pastor Steve was titled "Jesus Green Mile" about Jesus riding a donkey on Palm Sunday and about Him carrying the cross to Jerusalem for His crucifixion.
Satan is in charge of the Democratic Party. That is why I state that the Democratic Party is the party of Satan and the Republican Party is the party of Jesus. The policies of the Republican Party are in line with the teachings of Jesus and thus the Republican Party is the party of Jesus.
ladybug wrote: sc, I see you are still wrongly accusing - now where did I state I follow the vain tradition of 'holy days'? I do not celebrate Christmas, but I do NOT rail against those who choose to gather with their families at that time. I do not celebrate Easter, so again, your accusations are false. Will you repent of these? You make up your own definitions as to what 'nakedness' means, or 'immorality'. You label everything and one outside of your views as sinning. That is what the Pharisees did. The quote from Bridges suits you to a 'T'. However, you won't see your own sins unless God opens your understanding by the new birth. I pray He does so, lest you hear 'Depart from me'. It is pointless to debate you, for you are above reproach and sit on your own throne judging and condemning others, never once taking time to look into your own heart. Self righteous people never see their need for Christ.
Why don't you celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus on Resurrection Sunday(Easter Sunday)? That is being satanic just like the Jehovah Witness Cult.
I disagree with Stanley. My Baptist Church is a small Baptist Church that has between 80 and 100 registered members and it is doctrinally sound and the children hear the Gospel during children's Sunday School held downstairs during morning worship on Sunday mornings. And there is also AWANA on Wednesday nights for the children to learn Bible verses.
Neil wrote: "Purpose-Driven" style pastors [actually entrepreneurs pretending to be pastors] seem to like Hawaiian shirts. So I often wear a tie and slacks to rebel against the dissolute Establishment.ūüėŹ But it's getting hard to find decent trousers anymore.
My Senior Baptist Pastor and my Associate Baptist Pastor dress casual for church.
Frank wrote: There is no biblical case for female activism. No, I am not saying that scripture restricts a woman from speaking out, but activism is never appropriate. A Christian female should simply desire to be a Christian wife and mother. This lady‚Äôs resume is clearly an activist‚Äôs role. Now I‚Äôm sure someone can find scriptures where a woman witnessed to someone or even gave truth to someone that needed it. But, no one can find a case to support activism. If that was true during the ancient history of the church, why is it not true now?
This a first Frank. I am actually agreeing with you.