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The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?

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07120d  No.805877[Reply]

I don't know if I believe any more.

What do I do?

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7f329f  No.806120

>>805884

For me it’s coming across Buddhism and Shintoism.


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673da0  No.806146

>>806120

Why do those beliefs shake your faith in christ?


452489  No.806179

>>806120

the only people that convert to Buddhism are hipsters.


2f5b42  No.806180

>>806120

Shintoism… Can you even practice that outside of japland?




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bd98c6  No.805747[Reply]

People that pray the rosary daily (or just often) - how do you find enough stuff to think about? I heard that you're supposed to contemplate the mysteries as you pray the decades, but at this point I've prayed it so many times times and thought every mystery through to the best of my ability, that now I can barely contemplate anything. I had a lot of good contemplations that changed my life, but now I struggle to think of anything that I haven't already thought and I don't know if I should really keep praying the rosary if I just recite the prayers without much meditation.

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b1a0fc  No.805819

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>>805805

Learn greek for "vain repetitions" doesn't mean what you think it means.


42b636  No.806018

>>805805

From the Haydock Douay-Rheims Commentary

Ver. 7. [Speak not much.[2] ] Long prayer is not here forbidden; for Christ himself spent whole nights in prayer: and he sayeth, we must pray always; and the apostle, that we must pray without intermission, 1 Thessalonians v.; and the holy Church hath had from the beginning her canonical hours for prayer, but rhetorical and elaborate prayer, as if we thought to persuade God by our eloquence, is forbidden; the collects of the Church are most brief and most effectual. (St. Augustine, ep. 121. chap. viii, ix, x.) (Bristow) — Perseverance in prayer is recommended us by the example of the poor widow, who by her importunity prevailed over the unjust judge. (St. Chrysostom, hom. xix.) — The Greek word means, to babble or trifle.


42b636  No.806019

As for your original question, OP. I simply have to find ways to be creative. I ask questions that lead me along in meditation, for instance "What is Glorious about this Mystery." Alternatively I ask "How does this relate to the sacraments?" My priest from home always structures his homilies to relate back to the Eucharist, and he does an excellent job at it. Perhaps you can relate a mystery to events or happenings in your own life. Just keep thinking that way and continuing to pray the rosary anon.


19a1e8  No.806103

>>805747

OP, I am coming from outside the catholic church, but the Lord has given me the amazing grace of confirming His presence within me. (To anons about to tell me to become catholic: yes, perhaps I will indeed arrive there. For now, I am praying and waiting for more guidance from the Lord about his time and his will for me. The Lord has done many things for me over the course of this past year. I am trying to determine his will, and the best way to serve Him). As you may imagine, it is confusing as an outsider to determine how to arrive amid conflicting advice. However, do not worry. I am no longer a lost sheep, and the Lord has guided me already a significant amount of the way as soon as I began trying to find Him. If it is the Lord's will, I will surely arrive there soon.

In the meantime, however, I have started praying the rosary. I have found it to be extremely spiritually productive. Before I explain why, I should say that my own experiences and interpretations are certainly biased by me being new to the practice of the rosary in the first place, and also from being new to the faith and as yet not currently affiliated with a parish.

For my own part, I like to listen to the rosary being said by female voices (this is possible via spotify, or numerous other places), and to say the prayers along with them. In my case, this started off being somewhat necessary, since I was not sure about exactly how to do it on my own. Since I am not affiliated with a parish, I have been thinking in particular about prevalence of Mary, and especially the words used in the Hail Mary. Listening to female voices praying about Mary–led me to begin meditating very deeply on the spiritual significance and purpose of Mary in the prayers. It seemed strange to me, for example, that medieval monks in all-male monasteries with very strict rules about women and thinking about women would spend so much time thinking about this one particular woman throughout the prayers. For the record, I am not affiliated with any particular christian tradition. Outside of catholic and orthodox traditions, very often no special attention is given to Mary. meditating on all of this, especially when pondering my own relationship experiePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


b1a0fc  No.806113

>>806103

Godbless and Godspeed on you spiritual pilgrimage, anon.




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8ca91b  No.805763[Reply]

I was having a conversation with protestant friend of mine over 1 Corinthians chapter 11 which led back to a discussion of Christ saying "Do this in remembrance of me." Now I was attempting to argue that partaking of the Eucharist was necessary, but he was going the symbolic route. So is partaking the Eucharist necessary?

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11b96d  No.805860

>>805858

>Not only did He not lie

Then we're agreed that the sinner is justified by faith alone, glad we could work that out :)


f7b621  No.805862

>>805860

Faith without works is dead.

In any case, the scripture you posted here >>805857 corroborates >>805858 St. Paul's admonition to take of the Eucharist as long as you interiorly believe it is truly the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ.

Why not give Mass a shot, friend?


11b96d  No.805865

>>805862

>Why not give Mass a shot, friend?

Because Paul gave me a stern warning against it in Galatians 1:8-9


6bfed9  No.805975

>>805829

No, just the opposite. On one hand, protestants/atheists reject the Eucharist as it does not physically appear to be the body, blood, and soul of Christ (they do not know the difference between transubstantiation and transformation), and on the other hand, they call us cannibals. Anything to slander the Catholic faith.


387971  No.805983

>>805865

No he didn't




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f81dca  No.804779[Reply]

BR CASEY GETS HIS FIRST ASSIGNMENT AS A PRIEST

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b1ac46  No.805793

This man is trying too hard to look like a degenerate modern, and the fact that he can't be married is a problem. May the Lord have mercy on the Catholic church, Catholic laity, and the countries that are or should be Catholic.


2967c6  No.805818

>>805786

The YouTuber face/voice is what you do to try to get and maintain an audience attention, it is nothing more than a showmans face/voice/mannerisms fit for making videos by yourself. The problem isi it becomes part of your personality eventually, just like conmen will often try to "sell" you things even in private life, and manipulate people unknowingly, same with salesmen in general. This Brother isn't trying to con anyone or do sin though, so it's just his showmany-attitude. He also probably grew up on YouTube, with later gen youtubers the "face" is more exaggerated.


2693f7  No.805830

Massive autism in this thread


eab370  No.805893

>>805830

Go away Brother Casey. Stop trying to be hip and cool, it’s pathetic and it makes the Catholic Church look terrible. It’s probably also extremely detrimental to your own spiritual growth.


5b921b  No.805895

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>>804779

That was cringe as heck, not gonna lie, but if it pisses off stuck up hussies like >>805893 then I'm all for it. I wish you all a great Saturday!




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6314be  No.804683[Reply]

I’ll ask this bluntly: How can Jews be faulted for their rejection of Christ’s messiah claim given that the single most important messianic prophecy (Isaiah 2:4) remains unfulfilled?

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0abb89  No.805722

>>805704

So what's the difference between a Messianic Jew & a Christian?


3390a5  No.805723

>>805722

Specifically, most of them are Evangelical and often of the Charismatic variety.. with a little bit of liturgical customs and holidays from Jewish heritage.


30692f  No.805738

>>805722

They are still practice Judaism, but believe that Jesus is the Lord and Savior. While other Jews are still waiting.


b42950  No.805803

>>805670

Don't forget 1 Thessalonians 2:15-16, Titus 2:10-11, and 1 Peter 2:9-10.

Also, if possible Galatians could be pointed to chapters 3 and 4, or Galatians 3:16 along with Genesis 22:17 which it quotes. All KJV of course, as modern versions corrupt the Genesis verse and most corrupt Galatians 4:7.


db8f5e  No.805832

>It shall come to pass in the latter days that the mountain of the house of the Lord shall be established as the highest of the mountains, and shall be lifted up above the hills; and all the nations shall flow to it, and many peoples shall come, and say: “Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jacob, that he may teach us his ways and that we may walk in his paths.” For out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.

Really OP? You can't see how this prophecy is fulfilled in the body of Christ? How the apostles went out from Zion and Jerusalem bearing the law and the word of the Lord, and have brought men of all nations to "the mountain of Lord", into the houses of the God of Jacob, and how they have been taught of God, American and Russian, English and French, Jew and Gentile, joined in worship of Abraham's God, and have therein forgotten to wage war, but together beat their swords into plowshares?




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5ac47e  No.804007[Reply]

Hello Christanons,

I'm a 20 year old Catholic who is discerning priesthood. My discernment has only lasted for a couple of months in any serious fashion, though I was attracted to the idea prior to then. I really want to serve the Church with my life, due in part to the fact that I think it'd be fulfilling for me to be able to spend my life managing and assisting a local community of parishioners and locals in their own struggles, as well as a personal revelation I believe I received in response to my prayer for how to achieve holiness.

In opposition to that though, I have a few issues that I've come upon in my own person that I don't either know or have a good reason to "fix". Those reasons are as follows:

1. I recently attempted to date a women just so that I could clear the idea of marriage from my list of potential vocations.As I predicted, it didn't pan out, but we're still best friends. After a short time, I have attempted to put that thought behind me, but part of my mind and heart clings to that irrational hope.

2. Other than this, I tend to have sociopathic tendencies and easily and frequently suppress my own emotions and have limited reactions to the emotions of others. I began doing this as a self-defense mechanism and it's become a part of my daily instinctual living pattern.

3. I'm a cynical person in regards to the world at large and its interactions with me. I'm very optimistic when the objects in questions are two independent parties, but as soon as I become an object in the discussion, my perception shifts to pessimism and brooding. This viewpoint of mine as, by and large, been accurate to reality for the majority of my life and as such, I feel no reason to alter that part of myself.

Considering these three things, not to mention my own habitual sins which I'm sure we're all familiar with, is it still worth striving for the priesthood, or have I fallen victim to wishful thinking?

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a16cad  No.805019

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>>804064

> being this much of a historical revisionist LARPodox

Sad


702ef6  No.805601

Maybe you'd be better off ass a monk and also that's a nice musket/rifle (I cant quite tell what it is)


bab629  No.805616

>>804007

>I tend to have sociopathic tendencies

Step one is to see a (christian) therapist.


28250e  No.805621

>>804064

Then why is celibacy in the Orthodox Bishopric mandatory?


ac0756  No.805634

>>805621

Because they're monks.




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fef79a  No.805057[Reply]

Sorry if the question doesn't belong here. I just wanted to ask you something.

I'm half german and half turkish. I live in germany and was raised with Islam.

My mother (the german) hates western culture and loves the muslim one. She converted to Islam, and raised us (me and my sister) this way. My father is of course also a muslim.

I never gave interest in religion, but when I was 14 I started to read the Koran in the german version. It didn't make any sence, and I then watched a lot videos and films about Islam and readed about it. When I was 15 I didn't believe in Islam, and even started to hating it. I became agnostic.

When I was 16 I got interested in Christianity and readed a lot about it. I started to reading the Bible and I knew from then, that Christianity is true.

I'm 17 now, and I know that my parents would never accept that I would become a Christian. My plan is that I wait until I'm 18 and then convert. If it gets really bad, I'm moving out.

Do you think this is a good plan? I really don't want that my family hates me or is sad about me or other bad things.

Do you know a better idea?

Sorry for the bad english.

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631dc8  No.805224

>>805057

I would secretly convert now and get baptized if you can keep it hidden from them. If you can’t keep it hidden then just wait until you move out


ef366b  No.805235

>>805057

It's a good plan, but try to get Baptized sooner if you can do so safely. Considering that your parents didn't raise you to be devout, they'll probably hate you much less than you fear, even though they'll probably raise objections. I understand that this sounds like an easy thing for a guy who's never been in your shoes to say, and I certainly don't live up to this standard nearly as much as I should, but Christ does desire for His followers to openly profess their faith, even in the face of resistance. Obviously it's okay to go into hiding if you're in fear for your life, but if not you might want to start gauging your parents' reaction to your conversion.


e16e77  No.805518

You're screwed m8. Keep your Christianity to yourself. Germans are eventually going to rise up against non-Germans in Germany, or Muslims will force convert non-Muslims, either way, being a non-German non-Muslim is the worst thing you could possibly be. You'd be safer going to some country where Germans and Muslims aren't power players.

Yes, Benedict XVI said you weren't made for comfort, you were made for greatness. Do you know what happened after those patriotic young men marched in Charlottesville against statue removal? Their lives are ruined. Don't throw your life away. You've been aware for a few years and will live, God willing, for many decades.

If you want to do good in this world, do it patiently, humbly, diligently, kindly, and temperately, chastely, liberally (these are the contrary virtues to the seven deadly sins).

May God have mercy on us.


c2ac9f  No.805526

>>805057

>I'm 17 now, and I know that my parents would never accept that I would become a Christian. My plan is that I wait until I'm 18 and then convert. If it gets really bad, I'm moving out.

You can convert by age 14, because in Church law you are an adult by this age.

>>805518

>You're screwed m8. Keep your Christianity to yourself.

Other German here. Being a Christian means bearing your cross, especially in Germany. Not only know, but also 500 years ago. Still there are places far worse than Germany for Christians.

In fact OP's safest option is to make his conversion as public as possible. Not only can he provide a good example to other Turk-Germans, they also can't get rid of him as easily as when nobody knows him.


abed26  No.805544

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>>805057

>My plan is that I wait until I'm 18 and then convert. If it gets really bad, I'm moving out.

OP, I'm not from Germany and I don't know your exact predicaments, but if you really do feel this way I suggest against converting first and then leaving your parents. As far as I know, Germany offers gibs and housing if you're a student. Once you get out of high-school (since you're 17 I assume you're in 3 or 4th year, just wait it out) find a college that isn't a joke, move into the dorm and find a decent job. You should do this either way as you'll be happier and more fulfilled living alone and away from your parents. Once you're away and more importantly, independent from them (having a steady job, paying the bills and rent etc.), then and only then should you make the conversion to Christianity preferably orthodox ;^).

>I know that my parents would never accept that I would become a Christian

I don't know your parents, but if what you said is true, then it's best not to tell them. At least not yet. You're only going to make things worse for yourself and possibly sever any chances of you converting. As someone who has experience with both types of people, I can predict neither your turkish father or convert mother will give you an easy time for your beliefs, so keep them a secret until you've made the transition into adulthood.

As for your mother, well look, it's not your fault that she choose to abandon her faith and people. If its any comfort, your dad is probably mostly greek, so your genetics aren't ruined or anything. You shouldn't dwell on these things, move on and look to the future.




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19fdf7  No.802757[Reply]

Buckle in and get comfy for a 2 hour long sermon from the Dimond Brothers about how Eastern Orthodoxy is heresy.

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17ba43  No.805487

>>805462

But none of us live in China / India / Islamic republic X. It just seems a bit of a bizarre point to bring up especially in connection with baptism.


eda7a3  No.805489

>>805487

>we all live in freedomland

Is that so?


aab879  No.805503

>>805489

>speaking English


eda7a3  No.805505

>>805503

Ever heard of "speaking a foreign language"?

Oh wait, I forgot, it's America…


f35004  No.805532

>>805505

>doesn’t realise I’m making a deduction




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a5c12a  No.794138[Reply]

What does /christian/ like to cook? Do you cook anything special for christian holidays?

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54c17c  No.795159

>>795155

Now i'm curious, pastadubsman. What are these heresies you speak of? I want to avoid them if I ever make homemade pasta.

>>795156

I know right? I wanna make beef filled ones once pay day rolls around. I've been cooking the frozen ones I get at [local grocery store] and feel in love. Maybe this will finally help me learn how to make dough.


ae15d8  No.795182

>>795159

Changed phone…

1) pasta in cold water brought to boiling point: the water must be already boiling and with salt when you dunk the pasta;

2) oil in the water: tastes awful and makes it so that the pasta will not get the best out of any sauce you put on it;

3) overcooking it: if on the box it says “ready in 7 minutes”, let it cook for five and then drain the pasta;

4) breaking the spaghetti: [redacted, pastanon yells in Italian and says something on the line of “how about I break your legs!”; we apologise];

5) too much pasta and too little sauce: that’s a sure way to have a disappointing meal…

These are the ones I can recall after 5 years of exile in Albion…

and yes: cooking, good cooking that is (the act of preparing and enjoying food with friends and family), is indeed a divine gift.


262cc2  No.795196

>>795182

>if on the box it says “ready in 7 minutes”, let it cook for five and then drain the pasta;

>then drain the pasta

<Not tasting if it's al dente or not

The timer is a guideline, use it as such.

Sometimes it takes less, sometimes it takes more.

After a while, you just throw it in without looking at the box.

Dang it Anon you were so close…


3449e6  No.805426

>>794138 (OP)

Life saving bump

Lent is over, I want some good recipes.

Like >>>/carnivore/ recipes


aaecbc  No.805471

>>794676

>>795105

If people are naturally repulsed by insects does it mean that by natural law they aren't meant as food?




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0b0eb7  No.800955[Reply]

How do you deal with Christians like this, /christian/?

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199aa8  No.805160

>>800970

>Let he who is without sin cast the first stone. Now Repent

Either a sodomite or a sodomite apologist.

Are you that tranny that spams the threads here sometimes? serious question.


93c9cc  No.805177

>>805160

To answer this low quality bait of yours: no. Following Jesus' example and not wanting violence on people doesn't make me a disgusting sodomite. Are you the Andersonian that thinks sodomites can't repent ever from their sin?


2d34d2  No.805198

Nothing. God will judge him when the time comes.


4c7a66  No.805380

>>805177

>Go and sin no more

Because Jesus let one person off the hook one time in order to teach a lesson that fag enablers like you twist to justify your perversions does not mean we are supposed to not have laws, borders, and just punishment for evil doers.


f72728  No.805385

>>805380

That's the strawest strawman I've ever seen. Congratulations you've outdone yourself.

Never once did I ever advocate for any of those things.

Try actually reading the posts instead of acting like this, bud. Try actually reading the Bible.




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b39af1  No.804817[Reply]

I'm not saying sin should be encouraged. It absolutely shouldn't. But the Bible says, in Matthew 7:1-2, "[1] Judge not, that ye be not judged.

[2] For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again." We've all sinned. That's why Christ died on the cross, as a sacrifice for sin.

Why judge others because they sin differently than you?

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c6b381  No.805350

>>805345

>He also commands us to be perfect. If you are perfect, then yes, please judge.

This is indeed the ideal he calls us all to. But again, he didn't say you couldn't judge unless you were perfect. Again, he said, take the mote of your eye. Single mote. Single sin. Single situation. He didn't say "take all motes in the history of your life, along with the history of all mankind".

I can't tell if you're just screwing with everyone now.


c6b381  No.805356

One more thing. I'm not sure I can sum this all up here, but the old/Orthodox point of view on sin is that it is mainly a sickness. A sickness of our flesh nature. And like other sicknesses, it has prescriptions as well. The Christian life is one of removing this sickness with what has worked as reliable prescriptions.

If you think of sin in only a juridical sense, I suppose I can understand how you could be wary of "solutions" that are offered. But try to look at it as sickness: And if it sickness, then obviously "cures" would be a good thing, no? Festering away without any care to the sickness would be the dumb thing to do.

The ultimate cure lies in Jesus Christ himself and being reborn in baptism - but our walk with him continues after that as well, as we learn from others in the Church who've sometimes been through the same things. Hiding from it all is not going to do any good.


86e9ee  No.805366

>>805336

>How many times did you go?

First time. For the purpose of honesty I will stay say I still struggle with custody of the eyes and the mind out in public, but pornography and masturbation addiction is gone.

>>805340

>I’m saying that being Catholic is not in itself a guarantee of salvation, which is true. Not all Catholics go to Heaven

Which is true, but there are still conditions established that must be met, which follows from scripture, tradition, and the Church teaching. Invincible ignorance must be genuinely invincible, and true ignorance. Not someone hearing the truth and deciding to turn away.

>Therefore, if Christ gives authority to an apostle, it is of utmost importance, which is the Catholic Church must be taken dead seriously.

Absolutely, and I compliment you on this, because arguing with particular people here and elsewhere is like trying to pick out my own molars with my fingertips.

>Christ’s teaching is “judge not, lest ye be judged,” not “rebuke and warn not, lest ye be rebuked and warned.

You need to understand when you offer up all authority to the Church, you are offering up the privilege of personal interpretation of the Scriptures. Proof-texting - that is, presenting a single piece of scripture out of context is an issue when you yourself cannot know (or do not yet know) if that is the teaching without cross-checking the Traditional Church teaching on it.

>provides a high quality Protestant exegesis of those verses.

The Catholic Church (and the Eastern Orthodox) interprets the authority to loose and bind all things on Heaven and Earth has the authority to not only rule canonically as a Church, but has a sort of executive rule over the meanings of Scripture. There Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


cbbbfe  No.805370

the forbidden fruit was either a pomegranate or a fig. it wasn't an apple, this was introduced by a latin pun, as the word 'malum' can mean either 'apple' or 'evil'.


b36a1d  No.805373

>>805366

just once wow

i find it too difficult to overcome my nature and replace it with things of spirit, even with the holy spirit in just one night, but it is my goal and only ambition in life, more than marriage, more than a prosperous job, I too wish to overcome it




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5ca43e  No.804836[Reply]

>during the Arian controversy a large majority of bishops were Arians

>however there was never a bishop of Rome who was an Arian

really makes you think

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b03b49  No.805113

Doesn't matter. Only sedevacantists can claim that there has never been a heretical pope now.


88bfee  No.805136

>>804836

>really makes you think

Makes me think that ur mum gay lol


f1cd86  No.805142

The Arian crisis was supported and inspirited by Jews.


0b9559  No.805168

>>804888

There is literally not one filioquist Catholic who thinks that the Spirit is any lesser than the Father or the Son. If claiming that the Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son somehow implies that the Spirit is lesser than the Father and the Son, then you might as well say that the Son being begotten of the Father makes the Son lesser than the Father, which is nonsense. Just as the Son is begotten not made, the Spirit proceeds and is not made, and all three divine persons are equal and distinct as persons.

>>805113

Pope Honorius I was posthumously anathematized for the heresy of Monothelitism at the Third Council of Constantinople. The decision to declare a Pope as a heretic must, of course, come from the magisterium as a whole rather than from laypeople on the internet, but it did indeed happen once.




6a5a80  No.792003[Reply]

Explain the trinity.

When I say 'explain', I mean actually explain it. No analogies, no parables, no sophistry. Actually explain how it can work.

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06528a  No.805075

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>>805074

You go to the creed, and say yes, yes,yes. I go to labor and say what, why, how, yes.


d3d98e  No.805077

>>792333

>one person of the Father

>one person of the Son

>one person of the Holy Spirit

Three persons, one God


30fac6  No.805079

>>805075

You think i've never doubted? you think i've never questioned or studied? lol piss off.


06528a  No.805091

>>805079

Yes

>lOL pIsS OfF

I will go and you all are beyond DEATH. The eyes of the dead don't see but they are, the ear don't hear but they are. The soul is not in the body and the dead is just a body it eyes not seeing and ears not hearing and this is death. YOU ARE ALL DEATH.

Mat 19:17 And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? [there is] none good but one, [that is], God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.

Just one man in the crowd got to help christ carry his cross. YOU ARE ALL PART OF THE CROWD IN THE END.


96afcc  No.805101

And he said unto them, Ye are from beneath; I am from above: ye are of this world; I am not of this world.

I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins.




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06c015  No.802480[Reply]

>39 And one of the malefactors which were hanged railed on him, saying, If thou be Christ, save thyself and us.

>40 But the other answering rebuked him, saying, Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art in the same condemnation?

>41 And we indeed justly; for we receive the due reward of our deeds: but this man hath done nothing amiss.

>42 And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.

>43 And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, Today shalt thou be with me in paradise.

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746525  No.804491

Job 38:31


894939  No.804681

Romans 14:5

>One man esteemeth one day above another: another esteemeth every day alike. Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind.


042fdf  No.804860

John 15:18


9b4876  No.805046

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- Genesis 22:1-18

And Moses said unto the people, Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD, which he will shew to you to day: for the Egyptians whom ye have seen to day, ye shall see them again no more for ever.

The LORD shall fight for you, and ye shall hold your peace.

- Exodus 14:13-14

The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple.

The statutes of the LORD are right, rejoicing the heart: the commandment of the LORD is pure, enlightening the eyes.

The fear of the LORD is clean, enduring for ever: the judgments of the LORD are true and righteous altogether.

- Psalms 19:7-9

Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me.

Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me.

Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit.

- Psalms 51:10-12

For thou, Lord, art good, and ready to forgive; and plenteous in mercy unto all them that call upon thee.

- Psalms 86:5

Hast thou not known? hast thou not heard, that the everlasting God, the LORD, the Creator of the ends of the earth, fainteth not, neither is weary? there is no searching of his understanding.

He giveth power to the faint; and to them that have no might he increaseth strength.

Even the youths shall faint and be weary, and the young men shall utterly fall:

But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.

- Isaiah 40:28-31

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a165cc  No.805089

Thou shalt bring them in, and plant them in the mountain of thine inheritance, in the place, O LORD, which thou hast made for thee to dwell in, in the Sanctuary, O Lord, which thy hands have established.

— Exodus 15:17

For he looked for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God.

— Hebrews 11:10

For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth:

And though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God:

Whom I shall see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold, and not another; though my reins be consumed within me.

— Job 19:25-27

And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.

— Genesis 3:15

John 12:48

He that rejecteth me, and receiveth not my words, hath one that judgeth him: the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day.

Psalm 91:4

He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler.

John 11:25-26

Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live:

And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?

1 Corinthians 1:18

For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.

Romans 8:29-30

For whom he did foreknow, he also did predestinate to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brethren.

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798213  No.804153[Reply]

Are some of you ex-muslims? If so, how did you noticed that christianity is the true religion?

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93f8d5  No.805040

>>805026

Do you though?


547da8  No.805045

>>805040

In some muslim countries the punishment of apostasy is death due to strict application of sharia and many more its illegal and if not either, social ostracization and might thus become a target by radicals.


a33670  No.805048

>>805026

I wanted to ask if somebody is an ex-muslim. A muslim can live in western countries too. So they don't get killed by converting.

I think nobody here is from a muslim country like Saudi Arabia


c14658  No.805051

>>805048

>I wanted to ask if somebody is an ex-muslim. A muslim can live in western countries too. So they don't get killed by converting.

Western countries are failed states, which have no power over Muslims killing other Muslims for going apostate. Even China is safer.


01abdd  No.805078

>>805048

Theres been numerous cases in EU countries where the daughter of a family gets shoved off a balcony by their Father/brothers when they become secularized/non-muslim.




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