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When Did The Catholic Religion Realize What They Were Teaching Was Wrong?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
When did the catholic religion realize what they were teaching was wrong? This is probably for the older generation. When I was growing up the catholic religion taught me that anybody who was not a catholic would not go to heaven. From what I've been reading that's not what they teach anymore. When did that change? What year? Thanks!
Answer: "When I was growing up the catholic religion taught me that anybody who was not a catholic would not go to heaven." "The catholic religion taught me" Is this a person? If this is so perhaps you misunderstood. What is the name of the person who taught this to you? Did you read this in the book? If so, what is the name of the book? Where is this teaching? Here is the Catechism of the Catholic Church, both now and when you were young. Please show this statement to me?
Is The Catholic Religion Contradicting What It Teaches?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Is the Catholic religion contradicting what it teaches? The Catholic religion teaches that all its members are Christians and that Jesus Christ is their Savior. The Catholic religion also teaches that none of its members can know if they are going to heaven. If it's possible that when a Catholic dies, they might go to hell, that would mean that Jesus Christ wasn't their Savior. How can Jesus be their Savior and not be their Savior?
Answer: "Is the Catholic religion contradicting what it teaches?" No never "The Catholic religion teaches that all its members are Christians and that Jesus Christ is their Savior." Correct "The Catholic religion also teaches that none of its members can know if they are going to heaven." Correct, only God knows the hearts of men. We do not presume to know who God will save and whom He will save. "If it's possible that when a Catholic dies, they might go to hell, that would mean that Jesus Christ wasn't their Savior." No , Jesus is everyone's Savior who is saved. Those that die with unrepentant mortal sin will not be saved and neither will those with no desire to be saved. How can Jesus be their Savior and not be their Savior? I pray that I have explained it to you. God sends no one to hell but one sends oneself by disbelief and by unrepentant sin that murders their soul to Christ. God bless! In Christ Fr. Joseph
What Are The Primary Beliefs Of The Catholic Religion?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
What are the primary beliefs of the catholic religion? Also, what are the difference between The Church of England and the Catholic Religion? This isn't for anything in particular...I'm just curious...I've been doing a lot of research on the S's and I'm just wondering what the difference is?
Answer: The primary beliefs are that her pagan system of worship is acceptable by the LORD. The Roman church is saturated in the Pope's every word. Mary is the mother of God and worthy of the church's attentions, veneration and prayers. That Yeshiva (Jesus) was in the tomb for 1-1/2 days instead of the prophesied 3 full days and 3 full nights. That the ST day of the sun is the Sabbath to distance herself from the Jewish traditions - dismissing the fact that Yeshiva is Jewish and followed the tradition of the Th day Sabbath of His Father. That all that refuse to subject themselves to the Catholic church will not enter the Kingdom of Heaven. ------------ The list of false teachings goes on and on, there is not enough time in the day and not enough space to list them all. Be Blessed:-)
What Is The Difference Between Baptist And Catholic Religion?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
What is the difference between Baptist and Catholic religion? I am Baptist, but my daughter and I are looking at possible high schools for her. I am not sure if I should send her to a Catholic High School, because the way they teach things are different from those of a Baptist. I do not know a lot about the Catholic religion. Would there be a big difference if she went to a Catholic High School. They have mass and what is reconciliation and all the confessions? I know that in Mass, Catholics take communion. Thank you!
Answer: As a non-Catholic attending a Catholic school, your daughter would not have to attend or participate in mass, confession, or Catholic communion. She would have to learn about Catholicism in religion class, as all Catholic schools have those, but people of many different faiths consider it well worth it to send their children there because of the higher education standards that come with it. Catholic schools are generally quite respectful of differing beliefs. My Catholic high school had quite a large number of non-Catholics attending, and a few non-Catholic teachers as well. They all loved it.
What Is The Difference Between Catholic Religion And Anglican Religion?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
What is the difference between Catholic religion and Anglican religion? My son is starting school this year in an Anglican School. I was raised in the catholic religion and I was wondering what similarities/differences there are between the two?
Answer: The head of the Anglican church is the Regent. The head of the Catholic church is the Pope.
Why Is The Catholic Religion Fair Game To Be Mocked?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Why is the Catholic religion fair game to be mocked? I've seen this ridicule countless of times in a few music videos and on television. It's amusing actually and I would like some more insight onto this. So, why is the Catholic religion ridiculed so much? Why would it be a flat out 'NO' to mock other religions besides Catholicism and Christianity? Thank you!
Answer: Its been going on for over 2000 years.....
And they shall mock him, and spit on him, and scourge him, and kill him: and the third day he shall rise again.
makes me feel closer to Christ.
Peace be with you.
God Bless the Catholic Church
What Should I Get For A 7 Year Old Boy Who Just Got Baptized Into The Roman Catholic Religion?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
What should I get for a 7 year old boy who just got baptized into the Roman Catholic religion? My boyfriends son just got Baptized into the Roman Catholic religion. He is 7 years old and I wanted to get him something really nice and meaningful from me. I am not Roman Catholic so what are some nice ideas?
Answer: A condolence card
Catholic Converts, What Made You Convert To The Catholic Religion?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Catholic converts, what made you convert to the Catholic religion? If you are a convert, did you convert from Protestantism, Orthodox, or any other non-Catholic religion? Or did you come from nothing? What was it about Catholicism that made you convert?
Answer: I think the strongest argument was the writing of the Early Fathers. That, and there were Bible verses that I as a protestant was taught to ignore. When I had to deal with those head on, I had to concede I'd been taught bad doctrine.
What Is Ur Opinion On The Catholic Religion?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
What is Ur opinion on the catholic religion? I was just wondering what is peoples opinions on the catholic religion ND DA end of the world?! I'm catholic n I have so much faith but I like to hear other peoples thoughts n Der reasons y dewy feel doz way!
Answer: Mixed feelings. You're safe as long as you read The Bible follow Christ. I am concerned about some of the "man made" traditions they have. The whole Catholic church from the start was a disaster as the "religion" was pretty much "forced" on a nation. That's not what following Christ is all about, it's a personal decision for those that seek or are called by The Holy Spirit. There has been far too much corruption in the Catholic church to ignore. The whole praying to or through Mary or saints is just really confusing and not biblical in my opinion. Again, the man made rituals and ideas are just pretty far from The Bible for me. So to confuse you even more, I believe anybody who has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior and has been born again is saved and a follower of Christ whether they are Catholic, Protestant, or whatever they want to call themselves. The Church itself is what bothers me when they add in things beyond Biblical teaching. Hope that helped. Jesus loves you.
What Do Bunnies On Easter Have To Do With The Catholic Religion?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
What do bunnies on Easter have to do with the Catholic religion? I'm not Catholic, but we still celebrate Christmas and Easter for the beginning of the winter solstice for Christmas and the beginning of Spring for Easter. That is what my parents tell me was the real celebration and then it got worked into the Catholic religion. I don't go to church, so I don't know what they are taught, but where do bunnies come out of it? Why do the church resemble the "rebirth" of church with bunnies?
Answer: The word "Easter" comes from a pagan figure called East re (or Eostre) who was celebrated as the goddess of spring by the Saxons of Northern Europe. A festival called East re was held during the spring equinox by these people to honor her. The goddess Eastre’s earthly symbol was the rabbit, which was also known as a symbol of fertility. Since rabbits and hares give birth to large litters in the early spring, it’s understandable that the rabbit is the symbol of fertility. The legend of the Easter Bunny bringing eggs appears to have been brought to the United States by settlers from southwestern Germany. The German tradition of the Easter Bunny or “Oschter Haws” migrated to America in the S's, likely accompanying German immigrants, many of whom settled in Pennsylvania. Over the past 200 years, the Easter Bunny has become the most commercially recognized symbol of Easter. In legend, the Easter Bunny, also called the Easter Hare and the Spring Bunny, brings baskets filled with colored eggs, candy, and sometimes toys to the homes of children on the night before Easter, in much the same way as Santa Claus is said to deliver presents on Christmas Eve. The Easter Bunny will either put the baskets in a designated place or hide them somewhere in the house or garden for the children to find when they wake up in the morning, giving rise to the tradition of the Easter egg hunt. Should Christian parents allow their children to participate in traditional activities that refer to the Easter Bunny? This is a question both parents and church leaders struggle with. There is nothing essentially evil about the Easter Bunny, unless it is used to promote the goddess of spring or fertility rites. What is important is our focus. If our focus is on Christ and not the Easter Bunny, our children will understand that, like Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny is merely a symbol. As with Christmas, Easter should be a time to reflect upon and celebrate the incarnation, the resurrection and the risen Christ. http://www.gotquestions.org/easter-bunny-eggs.html The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus By: Gary R. Haber mas, Michael R. Lacuna http://www.christianbook.com/the-case-for-the-resurrection-jesus/gary-habermas/9780825427886/pd/427886?event=AFF&p=1011693&
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