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FRONT PAGE  |  10/21/2021
SUNDAY, DEC 7, 2014  |  13 comments
Pope to theologians: Listen to ordinary faithful

Pope Francis urged the Catholic Church's top theologians on Friday to listen to what ordinary Catholics have to say and pay attention to the "signs of the times," rather than just making pronouncements in an academic vacuum.

Francis, whose near-disdain for theologians is well-known, told the International Theological Commission that they must "humbly listen" to what God tells the church by understanding Scripture but also by taking into account how ordinary Catholics live out their faith. ...


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News Item12/13/14 8:42 PM
runethegoon  Find all comments by runethegoon
I guess if you are Roman Catholic you must listen to this guy. However ,I am not Roman Catholic I think your pope is an anti christ and your mass especially your christ mass idolatry, tis the season.
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News Item12/11/14 4:38 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Brandon, you should point out what [URL=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amyraldism]]]Amyraldism (Four point Calvinism)[/URL] is and since Calvin was not an apostle, I don't hold him as a biblical authority as such even though he was a great theologian.
[URL=http://www.biblebb.com/files/ELECTION2.HTM]]]Election: Whose Choice?[/URL] is God's choice as any Calvinist would argue.
Nobody in their right mind on here should care what you have to state about anything.
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News Item12/11/14 1:49 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Brandon, you should point out what [URL=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amyraldism]]]Amyraldism (Four point Calvinism)[/URL] is and since Calvin was not an apostle, I don't hold him as a biblical authority as such even though he was a great theologian.

[URL=http://www.biblebb.com/files/ELECTION2.HTM]]]Election: Whose Choice?[/URL] is God's choice as any Calvinist would argue.

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News Item12/9/14 10:18 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Frank wrote:
Thanks brother Luke 17:10; that sort of explains it. I know I am far in the minority view, but I do not adhere to the limited atonement. But that is truly an area that I can understand why folks disagree with me. I was just curious which verses he would produce.
Hope you and yours are doing fine.
Thanks for asking we are and I also trust you and yours are doing well. Let me reiterate, thanks for coming back to this forum, you were sorely missed and it is a blessing to see you post again. God bless.
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News Item12/8/14 8:19 PM
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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Frank, Frank, Frank. You have it all wrong. What is in the Scripture is not important, it is whether or not it is in the WCF and the person's understanding of what the WCF is saying.
Thanks brother Luke 17:10; that sort of explains it. I know I am far in the minority view, but I do not adhere to the limited atonement. But that is truly an area that I can understand why folks disagree with me. I was just curious which verses he would produce.

Hope you and yours are doing fine.

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News Item12/8/14 5:33 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Frank wrote:
Which scripture says that Jim's Amyraldianism is heresy?
Frank, Frank, Frank. You have it all wrong. What is in the Scripture is not important, it is whether or not it is in the WCF and the person's understanding of what the WCF is saying.
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News Item12/8/14 4:37 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Bronton wrote:
Talking about the Five Solas, Jim.
Don't forget that "Solo Christo" proves your Amyraldian heresy wrong.
Solo Christo! By Christ's Work Alone are We Saved.
"As John Calvin said in the Institutes of the Christian Religion, "Christ stepped in, took the punishment upon himself and bore the judgment due to sinners. With his own blood he expiated the sins which made them enemies of God and thereby satisfied him...we look to Christ alone for divine favour and fatherly love!" Likewise the Heidelberg Catechism, Question 30 asks, "Do such then believe in Jesus the only Saviour who seek their salvation and happiness in saints, in themselves, or anywhere else? They do not; for though they boast of him in words yet in deeds they deny Jesus the only deliverer and Saviour: for one of these two things must be true that either Jesus is not a complete Saviour or that they who by a true faith receive this Saviour must find all things in him necessary to their salvation.""
http://www.fivesolas.com/5solas.htm
Which scripture(s) says that Jim's Amyraldianism is heresy?
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News Item12/8/14 3:10 PM
Bronton  Find all comments by Bronton
Jim Lincoln wrote:
fivesolas
Talking about the Five Solas, Jim.
Don't forget that "Solo Christo" proves your Amyraldian heresy wrong.

Solo Christo! By Christ's Work Alone are We Saved.
"As John Calvin said in the Institutes of the Christian Religion, "Christ stepped in, took the punishment upon himself and bore the judgment due to sinners. With his own blood he expiated the sins which made them enemies of God and thereby satisfied him...we look to Christ alone for divine favour and fatherly love!" Likewise the Heidelberg Catechism, Question 30 asks, "Do such then believe in Jesus the only Saviour who seek their salvation and happiness in saints, in themselves, or anywhere else? They do not; for though they boast of him in words yet in deeds they deny Jesus the only deliverer and Saviour: for one of these two things must be true that either Jesus is not a complete Saviour or that they who by a true faith receive this Saviour must find all things in him necessary to their salvation.""
http://www.fivesolas.com/5solas.htm

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News Item12/8/14 2:09 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Frank, this is why taking note of [URL=http://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/articles/onsite/qna/fivesolas.html]]]http://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/articles/onsite/qna/fivesolas.html (What are the “five solas,” and what do they mean?)[/URL] is so important to Christians rather then [URL=http://xcjournal.org/the-errors-of-catholicism/precepts-of-the-church/]]]http://xcjournal.org/the-errors-of-catholicism/precepts-of-the-church/ (The Five Precepts of the Romish Church)[/URL] None of these precepts are found in the Bible

Good heads up, Frank.

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News Item12/7/14 7:00 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
From the article:

“Francis, whose near-disdain for theologians is well-known, told the International Theological Commission that they must "humbly listen" to what God tells the church by understanding Scripture but also by taking into account how ordinary Catholics live out their faith.”

Now I have never really fully understood the extent of what “the traditions of men” really means to the RCC, but this sounds really bizarre. Can anyone imaging a genuine Christian group saying that its theology should be even partially determined by its congregation? How about if we just say that our theology is derived solely from scripture and the Holy Spirit.

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News Item12/7/14 3:39 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Which fortunes, John? [URL=http://www.slate.com/articles/business/moneybox/2013/03/catholic_church_and_pope_francis_religious_institutions_are_exempted_from.html]]]How Rich Is the Catholic Church? No One Really Knows.[/URL] and [URL=http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/12/03/Hundreds-of-Millions-of-Euros-Discovered-in-Vatican-Accounts-Says-Church-s-Financial-Czar]]]Church's Financial Czar: 'Hundreds of Millions of Euros' Discovered in Vatican Accounts[/URL]. In the case of money fortunes, it's basically finding what they have rather than restore what they apparently never lost. Franny is liked by the Romish masses, and he probably by the URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=9110131230]]]...Catholic Priesthood[/URL].
wrote:
Pope Francis is telling every Catholic in the world to break the laws of their own country and give aid and comfort to child rapists. That’s not simply a grossly immoral act but a war crime, since he’s attacking the laws and sovereignty of other nations, and threatening the safety of their people.
excerpt from, [URL=http://guardianlv.com/2013/07/roman-catholic-church-being-deconstructed-declared-criminal/#print]]]Roman Catholic Church Being Deconstructed – Declared Criminal[/URL]
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News Item12/7/14 6:07 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Ah well, he'll be retired off soon, or suddenly stand down, unless he can explain to the Vatican Secret Circle how his subterfuge is designed to restore the fortunes of his church.
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News Item12/7/14 1:42 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
this Pope might be a little worried, considering thenumber of Catholics leaving the Romish church. [URL=http://www.pewforum.org/2009/04/27/faith-in-flux3/]]]Polling and Analysis April 27, 2009 Faith in Flux Leaving Catholicism[/URL]- But then, [URL=https://www.jashow.org/wiki/index.php/Should_Roman_Catholicism_Be_Considered_a_Christian_Religion%3F]]]Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No.[/URL]
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