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Choice News THURSDAY, JUL 12, 2007  |  81 comments
Paisley lambasts Pope in address

Northern Ireland`s First Minister criticised Pope Benedict for endorsing a Vatican document re-asserting that Catholicism was the one true faith.

Democratic Unionist leader Mr Paisley is famous for his opposition to Catholic doctrine- at one stage dubbing the Pope the anti-Christ- and said this week`s papal intervention was startling.

"This excommunication of all Christendom, by the Pope, spells out the strongest possible message that the Pope of Rome has not changed," he said.

"All outside the pale of Rome are told dogmatically by him that they do not belong to the true church of Jesus Christ." ...


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News Item1/10/08 1:00 AM
reformanda | U.S.A  Protected NameFind all comments by reformanda
Judging by the comments of a priest in Ballymena (Symonds) big Ian is unlikely to say anything against Romanists these days - in true Billy Graham fashion he takes the opportunity to "preach the gospel" at an event where a priest leads in prayer and closes in prayer. What will the FPs do about it I wonder?
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News Item9/24/07 4:27 PM
John Dynes | UK&IRELAND now?  Contact via emailFind all comments by John Dynes
Paisley's words are now empty.
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News Item9/11/07 4:31 AM
SonOfAdam | New Zealand  Find all comments by SonOfAdam
I only read the first page of comments... here's why:

All this pointless factless illogical arguing about stuff most clearly have not even studied is what puts me right off reading the news on sermonaudio. I get enough deliberate ignorance from teenagers but I'd expect more from grown adults who claim to understand the reasons for their beliefs.

Try something like
http://www.sermonaudio.com/search.asp?sourceonly=true&currSection=sermonssource&keyword=faith&subsetcat=series&subsetitem=Studies+in+Romans

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News Item9/10/07 3:20 PM
Paddy | Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Paddy
If that is the Popes meaning, it is also very much in error. The majority of British Christendom was destined by God to have an entirely different role in the world than most of the rest of Europe.
GG wrote:
Faithful-1: He didn't say that your Church was totally without merit. He didn't say y'all are going to Hell. According to the Catholic point of view, the 'True' Church or a 'Sister' Church must come out of the the same historical background as Catholicism or Orthodoxy and be able to prove that their priesthood was conferred by succesors of St Peter.
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News Item8/7/07 9:50 PM
John Dynes | UK&IRELAND now?  Contact via emailFind all comments by John Dynes
Godtube.com type in Whisper Jesus
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News Item7/26/07 10:18 AM
John Dynes | UK&IRELAND now?  Contact via emailFind all comments by John Dynes
Godtube.com type in standing somewhere in the shadows.
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News Item7/25/07 1:57 PM
American baptist | pittsburgh  Find all comments by American baptist
the trend of American Baptists (not Southern Baptists) is to see ourselves and all others as defective believers until Christ returns and calls His people together.
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News Item7/25/07 11:37 AM
GG  Find all comments by GG
Faithful-1: He didn't say that your Church was totally without merit. He didn't say y'all are going to Hell. According to the Catholic point of view, the 'True' Church or a 'Sister' Church must come out of the the same historical background as Catholicism or Orthodoxy and be able to prove that their priesthood was conferred by succesors of St Peter.
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News Item7/25/07 12:52 AM
Greeter | New York  Find all comments by Greeter
Spud Bud,
rcc'ers = roman catholic churchers
Keep you "eyes" on them!
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News Item7/24/07 7:49 PM
Faithful-1  Find all comments by Faithful-1
I don't understand how the pope can call churches which use the Bible alone for their life and acknowledge Christ alone as Head defective churches or not true churches. The true and most pure and reliable route is to take the Bible alone for life and faith and Christ alone as the universal and infallible head of the church.
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News Item7/24/07 7:37 PM
Mr. Potato Head | a toy stockroom in China  Find all comments by Mr. Potato Head
Greeter, (or anyone that can answer the question correctly)

What does the abbreviation "rcc'ers" stand for?

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News Item7/24/07 7:04 PM
John Dynes | UK&IRELAND now?  Contact via emailFind all comments by John Dynes
Godtube.com type in living waters ...tags revelation ch22 verses 1to5
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News Item7/22/07 6:13 AM
Lance Eccles | Goulburn NSW  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lance Eccles
Thanks Wayne, it's the first time I've heard a Protestant express an opinion on this topic.

I'm still sort of curious, however, to know if Calvin ever said anything about it. I know what he said about the Eucharist/Communion in general, but it would be interesting to know if he said anything about the bread and wine specifically at the Last Supper.

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News Item7/22/07 2:09 AM
Donnie | New Jersey  Find all comments by Donnie
Please let us remember that people of the Roman Catholic faith have souls for a never ending eternity. Many of us know that the R.C. church is full of errors. Do we, as Protestants beg the people of the RC church to search the Scriptures for themselves? Many RC's have come to see the errors of their own church. Many are steeped in false doctrine. The pope himself needs salvation or he will be lost forever. Many Rc's know that Protestants are correct in their Biblical doctrine , but won't break away because of tradition. May God open their spiritual eyes before it's too late.
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News Item7/22/07 2:09 AM
Wayne M. | BC, Canada  Find all comments by Wayne M.
Lance Eccles,

You said "at least on this one occasion (the Last Supper) Jesus announced loud and clear that it was his body and blood.
Surely Protestants can accept that much."

Protestants accept what Jesus said, but not in the way you understand it Lance.

Since Jesus was physically present in His own body at the last supper, why would you or anyone else think he was somehow physically present in the bread and wine too?

When He said this is my body, how could you take that to mean his body and blood were literally present in the bread and wine if He was physically present in the room apart from the bread and wine? Don't you think it seems more reasonable to believe He was speaking figuratively and that the bread and wine were meant to be symbols?

I'm not sure what Calvin taught, but I believe the teaching of Reformed, Presbyterian, and Baptist churches is that the elements are SYMBOLS which REPRESENT His body and blood shed for sinners.

If you want proof that that Jesus did not mean His body and blood were literally present in the elements, study John 6:60-63. Here Jesus said the words He spoke "are spirit, and they are life." vs 63. Here He makes it clear what He had said was to be understood in a spiritual sense, not physical.

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News Item7/22/07 1:31 AM
Lance Eccles | Goulburn NSW  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lance Eccles
Reformanda, whether or not you accept that on all the subsequent occasions it is literally Christ's body and blood or just a memorial, at least on this one occasion (the Last Supper) Jesus announced loud and clear that it was his body and blood.

Surely Protestants can accept that much.

Actually, it would be interesting to know if Calvin ever addressed this point.

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News Item7/22/07 12:45 AM
Abigail | Oregon  Find all comments by Abigail
Most people are not aware that taking the sacrament is a very serious rite. When we eat Christ's flesh and drink His blood, although the emblems are symbolic, we are partaking of His divine nature. We are entering into a covenant with Him that we will let Him live His life in our mortal flesh; that we are not our own but we are bought with a price‚ÄĒthe precious blood of Jesus. We are stating that we are one with Him in the Spirit.

"Then Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, ye have no live in you. Whoso eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath eternal life; and I will raise him up at the last day. For my flesh is meat indeed, and my blood is drink indeed. He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, dwelleth in me, and I in Him." (John 6:53-56)

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News Item7/22/07 12:00 AM
Reformanda | U.S.A.  Protected NameFind all comments by Reformanda
Jesus never instituted a cannibal feast - it is utter blasphemy to assert that even while He was standing there, at the Supper, He was offering His literal fleash and blood to be consumed corporally by the disciples. John 6 clearly teaches he that believes "shall never hunger" and he that comes to Jesus "will never thirst" - eating His flesh is a reference to faith, and drinking His blood is a reference to coming to Him. Communion is not even in view in that passage at all.
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News Item7/21/07 11:54 PM
Greeter | New York  Find all comments by Greeter
Jim,
Yes, we can't expect the rcc'ers to read the Bible and trust it alone. That would make too much sense. They don't understand that Christ did not mean His literal blood and body as it is impossible that He would contradict His Word:

Leviticus 17:12 Therefore I said unto the children of Israel, No soul of you shall eat blood, neither shall any stranger that sojourneth among you eat blood.
Genesis 9:4 But flesh with the life thereof, which is the blood thereof, shall ye not eat.

Obviously Christ's words were symbolic otherwise He would have been murdered by the twelve at Passover in order for them to comply with His command.

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News Item7/21/07 11:51 PM
Peter1  Find all comments by Peter1
Lance: Jesus is not having second thoughts, just explaining the real meaning of his words (as he often does to underscore the spiritual meaning). He knew that carnal folks like yourself would use "wooden literalism" to interpret something given freely into somthing that devilish men could take hostage. He therefore gaurded the truth for those of us who have been born-again and understand spiritual language. This allows us to see revenous wolves folks for what thay are.
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