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July 12th, 2002, 08:40 AM

Tony,

In regards to those who have never heard...Our only assurance and hope is that whatever God does will be right.

Pilgrim



   
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July 12th, 2002, 09:16 AM

A belated greeting Kimberblu!

Landlord, send that nice lady (and her husband of course!) one of whatever they're having on my tab...



   
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July 12th, 2002, 12:40 PM

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By the way, I call Pilgrimagain Pa because I AM LAZY!
But not so lazy that you didn't feel the need to explain that, eh?





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July 12th, 2002, 12:41 PM

Kimberblue,

Greetings and salutations from one of the TOL pagans (unlike Evangelion, I can't be heretic, no matter how hard I badger Freak). Good hubby you got there.

Welcome aboard.





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July 12th, 2002, 02:13 PM

Well, I figured it might look a little weird to her, that her hubby is called Pa by someone who is not his son, hehe.





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July 12th, 2002, 08:04 PM

I really enjoyed the discussion guys Thanks for some good talk. Regarding one thing Me again said in his last response in the debate, though...

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I know of many denominations that require the baptismal candidate to say that "Jesus is Lord." However, I cannot find one denomination that requires the candidate to say that "Jesus is God" prior to allowing them to be baptized. Can you find any such denomination? There is a valid reason why we don't require this extra-biblical statement to become a Christian.
When you join the Orthodox Church as a convert (and I assume in the Catholic Church as well), you have to say the Nicene(-Constantinoplitan) creed, and must affirm what is said in the creed fully, including the belief that Jesus is God and the Holy Spirit is God. You can't be Orthodox (and I assume Catholic) if you don't affirm this. I don't know if the Lutherans, Anglicans, et al., but just the Catholic/Orthodox Churches make up about 60% of the Christian population.




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