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Forgive you for what? I didn’t know you were not in.
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Catholic Forum / Re: If the Bible is a Catholic book...
« Last post by winsome on Yesterday at 07:00:29 »
Let's look at another of your false claims in the OP

If the Bible is a Catholic book,

13. Why does it oppose the idea of purgatory? (Luke 16:26).
 

To which I replied:


It doesn't

Here's why:
(Luke 16:26). “And besides all this, between us and you a great chasm has been fixed, in order that those who would pass from here to you may not be able, and none may cross from there to us.' ”

What has that to do with Purgatory?

Answer:- Absolutely NOTHING.

Another false claim exposed.
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Catholic Forum / Re: If the Bible is a Catholic book...
« Last post by winsome on Yesterday at 06:51:46 »
Let's look at another of your false claims in the OP

If the Bible is a Catholic book,

7. Why does it teach that baptism is immersion instead of pouring? (Col. 2:12).

To which I replied:


It doesn't

Here's why:
(Col2:12). “and you were buried with him in baptism, in which you were also raised with him through faith in the working of God, who raised him from the dead..

Where does Col 2:12 teach Baptism is either by immersion or pouring?

Col 2 teaches us many things but none of them are about the method of Baptism.

There is only one place in the Bible that teaches about the method of baptism and that is Mt 28:19 where it tells us the form of words to be used in baptism.

Another false claim exposed.
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Satin does indeed exists
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Pretty good explanation of Pakicetus to Whale evolution here if you care to read.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/how-did-whales-evolve-73276956/
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Catholic Forum / Re: If the Bible is a Catholic book...
« Last post by winsome on Yesterday at 06:25:29 »

Quote from: winsome
In the case of Peter, his primacy was bestowed on him by Jesus.
 
 Jesus said to Peter
 “You are Simon son of John. You are to be called Kephas (which is translated Peter)." (Jn 1:42)
 To no other apostle did Jesus give a new name
Again, a terrible translation. "And he brought him to Jesus. And when Jesus beheld him, he said, Thou art Simon the son of Jona: thou shalt be called Cephas, which is by interpretation, A stone."

I've noticed that when Protestants argue with Catholics there is an imbalance in the rules that Protestants lay down:

If a Protestant puts forward (for example) 5 points or scriptures, the Catholic has to refute each one of them in detail.
 
If a Catholic puts forward 5 points or scriptures, the Protestant only has to make some sort of answer to one of them (no matter how weak) and all 5 are assumed to have been solidly refuted.
 
I gave you 5 examples of Jesus giving a special commission to Peter. You make a weak reply to one of them complaining it's a poor translation (when actually the KJV is the terrible one) and you think - that's it, all refuted.
RUBBISH! You haven't even started.

I've more on Peter's primacy.
Do you want to it  -or will you just ignore it or just make another fatuous comment ?
 
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Yes.

If what you desire will interfer with the reason you are born and what God wants you to do , most definitely yes.
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Catholic Forum / Re: If the Bible is a Catholic book...
« Last post by winsome on Yesterday at 06:02:17 »
Really? You are equivocating on words?

No I'm not the one equivocating on words.

Even your beloved KJV says CALL
"And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven"
Perhaps you should read your Bible more closely.
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Catholic Forum / Re: If the Bible is a Catholic book...
« Last post by winsome on Yesterday at 05:50:07 »
Perhaps you should read ALL the Bible IN CONTEXT, and not rely on your "holy father" or "priests" to interpret it for you?


Now you are really p'ing me off. Let us both stop with the snide personal attacks and ad hominems, ok?

You p*ss me off!

You copy and paste some "list of Catholic errors" that probably took about 2 minutes to do. Then you expect a Catholic to spend hours researching answers.

And when I look up the references that your copy and paste effort gives they just don't show what they claim to show.

Then you can't even format your replies properly and expect me to try and make sense of them.

Then you continually make derogatory remarks about the Catholic Church without any evidence to back them up - contrary to rule 1.3

Then you complain about the translation I use. Are you a Greek expert?
Are you telling me which translation I have to use to converse with you?
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