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0f7904  No.520608[Reply]

Glory to God in the highest!

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ee2b39  No.774242

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c038c2  No.405648[Reply]

27 You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ 28 But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart. Matthew 5:27-28

19 Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; 1 Corinthians 6:19

8 Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life. Galatians 6:8

Post your Purity successes/woes/prayer requests/ etc.

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ef5b5c  No.774164

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Going for a clean week next week.

Pray for my strength anons.

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bc249d  No.508486[Reply]

>What is this thread?

The designated political discussion thread. Christians from all parts of the political spectrum are encouraged to discuss relevant political topics and ideas, as well as ask questions and hopefully recieve answers from all points of view. Anything related to politics that doesn't actively involve the Catholic/Orthodox/Protestant churches should go here, so if a politics thread is deleted, this thread is the reason why.

As a reminder:

All board rules apply to this thread, so keep things civil.

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e43823  No.774124


Is there anywhere I can read on how the summit is going?

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dfad1c  No.353817[Reply]

“But I have prayed for you, that your faith would not fail. And you, when you have turned back, strengthen your brethren.”

Luke 22:32

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition with thanksgiving, let your requests be known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your thoughts in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:6-7

Confess your offences to one another and pray for one another in order to be healed. The insistent prayer of a righteous person is powerfully effective!

James 5:16

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9cf10c  No.774030

You are all in my prayers, Anons.

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3c15d6  No.774118[Reply]

The ecumenical board experiment has failed. The same tired assertions are repeated ad nauseum, only growing the tension between Catholic and Protestant, and it's not even witty banter.

Compounding the situation is the perception that Protestants are being censored. The protestant either leaves, which encourages the echo chamber effect of Catholics, or they stay and their hostility grows.

I'm proposing an exodus from here for my protestant brothers. We are strangers in a foreign land that doesn't welcome us. Segregation would be best for both parties.

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2b5a3f  No.774196


I can't say its failed, granted there are plenty of people with bad will whether intentional or not on the board but theres still plenty of proper discussion between Christanons of all denoms.

As far as I'm aware there isn't another place like this aside from the few other christian boards on 8ch that aren't entirely full of atheists and other demon worshippers, if you take a look at places like /pol/ it can get much, much worse, in terms of discussion being completely shutdown.

That being said, everyone should try to be more charitable to each other on this board, a body cannot stand divided against itself and the powers that be are only going to start persecuting us more as time carries on.

d1f0c1  No.774198


Christians should never fall to meta tricks to divide and conquer. The differences should be worked out by first beating the demons out of pedos and then marxists. Only then, will we have a world Jesus would want to come back to. Amen.

c4534a  No.774202


What does that have to do with imageboards

3188e2  No.774239


>the splinter is a mere shadow of the original

Have we learned nothing from history?

19fcc9  No.774243


Is that why mainline denominations are thriving and holding fast to the traditional doctrines as compared to newer evangelicalism?

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f3e52b  No.772660[Reply]

I know I'm probably going to get banned for this thread but… What do you find wrong with the Roman Catholic (and Eastern Orthodox) religion? Why do you choose to follow Biblical Christianity instead? RCCs/Orthos/Anglicans/Luthers are not allowed in this thread. Too often do I see le apostolics bitching about our theology but whenever we refute them the mods just ban us so hopefully we can create a thread where we don't get banned.

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83033f  No.774207


I don't think you fully understand the passage you've just quoted. The translation appears so be quite old, so it's understandable that someone today could misunderstand the passage. I recommend you read Michael W. Holmes' translation of 1 Clement 35.

>How blessed and marvelous are the gifts of God, dear friends! Life in immortality, splendor in righteousness, truth with boldness, faith with confidence, self-control with holiness! And all these things fall within our comprehension.

Here Clement is talking about the gifts which we can understand now.

>What, then, are the things being prepared for those who patiently wait for him? The Creator and Father of the ages, the all-holy One himself, knows their number and their beauty. Let us therefore make every effort to be found in the number of those who patiently wait for him, so that we may share in his promised gifts.

And here he is talking about a separate set of gifts that we cannot understand. He is saying that our works determine what unknown gifts we shall receive, but justification is not one of these gifts that is based on our works. This is why he says right after this passage that we are all soldiers in Christ and that not all soldiers are centurions or captains and that the great cannot exist without the small.

However, for the sake of argument, let's say Clement is saying that justification requires works in chapter 35. That does not mean he is not teaching justification by faith alone in chapter 32, which he very explicitly is, here and in other passages, even in the full context of the epistle. It would only mean that he is inconsistent and therefore not a reliable source for interpreting the Gospel. Just for clarification, I am not saying he is inconsistent, but if we follow your interpretation then he would have to be.

206018  No.774213


If they were so easy to refute then you'd give reasons why they're wrong instead of just saying they're easy to refute. And I doubt you've even taken the time to study the matter. I have and I've discussed it with other Catholics and I'd tell you that there is no answer to these.

5f7dde  No.774215


You've shown a lack of critical thinking. Even John Calvin and Martin Luther believed in the necessity of works. Clement here is in fact quoting Ephesians 2:8-9. We know this because he uses the term "dia pisteōs" which translates to through the faith and is used by the writer to the church in Ephesus. Also, he wasn't a bishop. If you read the shepherd of Herman's you'll see that he was a transmitter of letters.

>Thou shalt therefore write two little books, and shalt send one to Clement, and one to Grapte. So Clement shall send to the foreign cities, for this is his duty; while Grapte shall instruct the widows and the orphans. But thou shalt read (the book) to this city along with the elders that preside over the Church.

Vision 3 of shepherd of Hermas. You should also bear in mind that a lot of early succession of bishop lists have contradictory accounts of early bishops of Rome because they did not have monarchical episcopate until the middle of the second century. So about 150ad. That's why the bishop lists from before that time have different bishops at the seat.

7e8d2f  No.774226


>I am not saying he is inconsistent, but if we follow your interpretation then he would have to be.

It is only inconsistent if we don't distinguish, as the Church does (as I have shown), between the beginning of justification, which is by faith and cannot be merited, and it's continuation, which requires works, and which Clement is incontrovertibly explicit about in chapter 34, where he states that those who do not do works cannot even look God in the face.


>Also, he wasn't a bishop. If you read the shepherd of Herman's you'll see that he was a transmitter of letters.

A single line concerning one of the functions of Clement's ministry, not his office, is not enough to erase the universal consensus among tradition of his office as the Bishop of Rome, even if not his place in the line of succession. That's just bad historiography.

>Even John Calvin and Martin Luther believed in the necessity of works


206018  No.774241


Regarding Clement, he was told to send letters out and wasn't someone of authority. You say unanimous consensuses but the early church in fact contradicted with each other when talking about the succession of Roman bishops during the period prior to 150 ad.

And for source here's John Calvin

>I wish the reader to understand that as often as we mention Faith alone in this question, we are not thinking of a dead faith, which worketh not by love, but holding faith to be the only cause of justification. (Galatians 5:6; Romans 3:22.) It is therefore faith alone which justifies, and yet the faith which justifies is not alone: just as it is the heat alone of the sun which warms the earth, and yet in the sun it is not alone, because it is constantly conjoined with light.

Antidote to the council of Trent

And here's Martin Luther

>"If [good] works and love do not blossom forth, it is not genuine faith, the gospel has not gained a foothold, and Christ is not yet rightly known.”

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b8451d  No.771360[Reply]

What does /Christian/ think of Jay Dyer?

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355166  No.774139


Humility is for your own salvation not your personal gift to humanity

f28ca8  No.774229


No, it wasn't a case of Jay explaining it poorly, it was just the classic atheist/materialist delusion where they simply do not get the point and are not able to follow through on their positions to their logical conclusion, i.e. that they (do not actually) have any basis or foundation for rationality, logic, morality etc etc. Happens literally all the time and nothing to do with how it's explained, it's just that they're in denial/literally delusional. And hey, like I said, it wasn't a debate but maybe if it was Jay would have taken the time to construct his points and deconstruct Styx's more comprehensively to lay out the latter's contractions more plainly but, well, it wasn't a debate, so..

e1ef69  No.774232


The great heretics of history were perfectly knowledgeable in orthodox theology, but chose to derail the Church deliberately. That's why heresy literally means choice.

Dyer calls anyone and everyone who is on a honest path to God that's not his own, a heretic.

Father Freeman? Heretic. Pageau? Heretic. If you don't pass Jay's theology test you're a heretic, even if you convert as many if not more to Christ by different means that don't inflate the intellectual ego.

79acc6  No.774236



So the Pharisee were perfectly right in denying Jesus's godhood for his lack of humility in the temple?


e1ef69  No.774240


They were scribes. They KNEW he was the messiah, they knew every text and every psalm. But they chose their side, their father, the Devil.

Do not conflate heresy and ignorance.

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3e1a73  No.774204[Reply]

The future of Christianity will be in Africa, while it ceases to exist in the West. Thoughts?

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dba5c5  No.774227

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Praise be to God that His Gospel is growing in Africa! May He watch over His African flock and may He banish the old gods that have ensnared the hearts of our siblings, so that may know peace and love once more. Sweet and Holy Queen, Mother Mary, please watch over our siblings in the West. Help them understand the love of Christ Jesus once more. Lord God, Almighty Father, pray for us and help banish the evils of modernity from our world once and for all. Amen

5eb79c  No.774233


I have trouble believing seriously that the broad span of history, hitherto almost entirely religious, will be reversed by subpar ideologies because a few city-folk invented cable-television and the internet. Perhaps /Islam/ will take Europe for their vast iniquities, and the remainder of European people will toughen up and reconquista when the time is right.

Nevertheless, today is no more or less Christian than any other time, it just has more naysayers. Never trust the masses and what they say, today they love atheism, tomorrow they may love Christianity, or Islam, but they are crooked sinners to the core in every age.

If you are concerned about the spiritual well-being of people, I suggest you turn off the news.

9e8f82  No.774235


I love the passionist robes! Ave Maria! Glory be to Jesus Christ!

0aaa20  No.774238


I hope for the best in Africa. It's a very troubled place, hopefully the growing presence of Christianity can help to bring order and prosperity to them.

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fbb697  No.773779[Reply]

Share the posters you notice here:

>The catholic that always says "pastor jim" as his stereotype of a protestant

>The guy who coined his own term "bible idolatry"

>ID 1c98e6 who's a mod apologist in the meta thread

>The orthoLARPer who adds a completely unrelated icon to all his replies

>The guy who plugs the other board whenever someone is upset with a deletion here (always gets deleted)

>The New IFB false-flagger who makes fun-posts parodying the Anderson cult (and people fall for it)

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3d893e  No.773851


Maybe I'm only one of 2

2ebefe  No.773853


>the orthodox who doesn't get into any theological debates, but just tries to uplift everyone


3d893e  No.773855

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>the catholic that goes on how everyone has pedos, but the media only focuses on catholics, for no good reason

You think that's one guy? Spotted the newfag jk fren

3d893e  No.773856


>The baptist who gets the first answer everytime : "I do the opposite of OP because I'm not a pagan"

That guy is a next-level shitposter

c07918  No.774237


U must be a Mod

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77687d  No.766012[Reply]

Is Football a Christian game?

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2d9161  No.774153

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I don't know, but soccer is better. And definitely a Christian game.

c41b36  No.774176

That's not a football pitch dumb ass.

b2ab23  No.774181

All contact sports are Christian; boxing, American football, football/soccer, rugby…as long as the players and fans are clean, don't act in disrespectful ways and don't bend to PC culture. (which is an hard balance very often)

740bb6  No.774201


Is ping pong a Hindu game?

bbf145  No.774217


There's nothing intrinsically wrong with sportsball but the idolatry of professional sports in the West is so obviously our Circus Maximus I don't know how anyone with a triple digit IQ can entertain such things. Also, who the hell wants to watch retarded black people do such ultimately meaningless exercises?

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3b9bd1  No.773362[Reply]

Francis says church's attackers linked to devil…

In the darkest moments of our history, the Lord draws near, opens paths, lifts up discouraged faith, anoints wounded hope, and awakens sleeping charity.


VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Latest on the Vatican summit on dealing with sex abuse of minors (all times local):

11:55 a.m.

Pope Francis says that those who are constantly attacking the church are linked to the devil. Francis on Wednesday told pilgrims from southern Italy that the church's "defects" must be denounced in order to correct them. But he said that those who do so without love and spend their lives "accusing" the church are either the devil's friends or relatives.

Francis spoke on the eve of a Vatican summit on clergy sex abuse and cover-ups by the church's hierarchy. Detractors, including a former Vatican ambassador to the United States, have accused him of not properly dealing with top prelates and priests who were suspected abusers. Francis didn't cite specific accusations nor mention the summit in his remarks. He told the pilgrims that the Bible calls the devil the "great accuser." He added that "we are all sinners, some big" sinners.

11:20 a.m.

The author of an explosive book on gays in the Vatican says the culture of secrecy that has hidden the double lives of clergy is intrinsically linked to the culture of cover-up about sexual abuse of minors. Frederic Martel, a French gay rights activist and author of "In the Closet of the Vatican," told a news conference Wednesday that studies have long shown that being gay is not a risk factor for committing sexual abuse. But he said the culture of secrecy about priests' homosexuality had contributed to the abuse scandal. Speaking at the Foreign Press AssociatioPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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e8932c  No.774117



I believe everyone in heaven is as beautiful as bliss.

93fe36  No.774169


he almost seems to be implying that it's natural for the Church to have some degree of pestilence

25ce84  No.774175


>the devil's relatives

The pope referencing John 8:44? Never thought I'd see the day.


866bf6  No.774177


Jews btfo?

ec5711  No.774203


>Protestants worship Aphrodite instead of Christ

I'm so glad that we allow heretics on this board, isn't that nice everyone, people who worship a winnie the pooh greek goddess?

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a84380  No.774166[Reply]

Daily reminder that God will NEVER let you to be tempted beyond what you can bear.

In other words, you ALWAYS have the spiritual weapons to fight and resist against sin, and you have God to thanks for that. Do not believe protestant coping-lies ! You can resist sin, you can try to emulate Jesus-Christ, try to be as close to him as possible. Of course, it is very hard, and you will know failures during your journey, but ask forgiveness and repentance, and you'll be able to live one of the purest lives you can.

f11767  No.774167


Checked and breadpilled, God bless you OP

bb2eef  No.774172

Literally dubs of truth.

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f7271e  No.774200

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Amen! This is what we need to hear brother, we need to humble ourselves and accept that God will not let go of us as long as we cling on to Him.

"If your eternal salvation depended on

yourself alone, you would have serious

cause for alarm, but since it is in the

hands of your heavenly Father, what

have you to fear ? My hopes rest on

the Passion of Jesus and on the dolors

of Mary.

Why despair of your eternal salvation ?

Do you not know how good God is ?" - St Paul C.P

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b7ebb1  No.773271[Reply]

Hey. I grew up Presbyterian but I stopped going when I was around 12 and forgot a lot about it. Can any other Presbyterian basically give me a quick run down on why it is different to other sectors and why you are Presbyterian? I would like to get involved again.

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842c65  No.773509




From Australia. So from what I can gather, Opc is an Orthodox Presbyterian Chuch?

9f950f  No.773815


>PCA is good

For now.

There are snakes in their church trying to push sodomite agendas and corrupt them like the PCUSA.

May God grant them the fortitude to resist the wiles of the enemy and persevere.


That's right.

7847ef  No.774128


Presbyterians advocate that elders are the operate the church. In Scottish Presbyterianism, the elders would elect the minster. the central authoritative body is the 'General Assembly' where Elders and Ministers meets together and decide upon Church policy. There is a Church moderator but he is not like a bishop or pope, he merely overseas an manages discussion and administration.

Although under the 'reformed' or Calvinist tradition, a Presbyterian differs from Reformed baptist on this issue of infant baptism, with the former thinking that it is acceptable. This is because Presbyterians hold to 'covenant theology'. This argues that the covenant of Abraham and Christ are continuous. This means that the covenant sign of baptism can operate tat same way the old covenant sign of circumcision did, i.e can be applied to infants.

Presbyterians historically have a more collectivist outlook compared to baptists. Indeed, in Scotland the congregation was urged to admonish itself is one of the members of the community had sinned, has they had created the environment for the person to be tempted. This links back to infant baptism, as we are partly responsible for our community , and thus our childrens salvation, as well as our own.


I Mentioned RC Sproul as a big Presbyterian name, but the famous Timothy Keller is one , as well as the infamous Doug Wilson

98570c  No.774197

98570c  No.774199


Also Greg Bahnsen and Cornelius Van Til.

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481fcf  No.772130[Reply]

Gay Catholic Priests Speak Out…

One priest in Wisconsin said he assumed every priest is gay unless he knows for a fact he is not. A priest in Florida put it this way: “A third are gay, a third are straight, and a third don’t know what the hell they are.”


"I really am gay," Father Greiten, now a priest near Milwaukee, remembered telling himself for the first time. For years, church leaders have driven gay congregants away in shame and insisted that " homosexual tendencies " are "disordered. The stories of gay priests are unspoken, veiled from the outside world, known only to one another, if they are known at all. Fewer than about 10 priests in the United States have dared to come out publicly. But gay men likely make up at least 30 to 40 percent of the American Catholic clergy, according to dozens of estimates from gay priests themselves and researchers. The environment for gay priests has grown only more dangerous. And yet prominent bishops have singled out gay priests as the root of the problem, and right-wing media organizations attack what they have called the church's "homosexual subculture," " lavender mafia," or " gay cabal. This week, Pope Francis will host a much-anticipated summit on sex abuse with bishops from around the world. When Pope Francis uttered his revolutionary question, "Who am I to judge? "The vast majority of gay priests are not safe," said Father Bob Bussen, a priest in Park City, Utah, who was outed about 12 years ago after he held Mass for the L.G.B.T.Q. community.

Today, training for the priesthood in the United States usually starts in or after college. Many gay priests spoke of being pulled between denial and confusion, finally coming out to themselves in their 30s or 40s. Father Greiten was 24 when he realized he was gay and considered jumping from his dorm window. "There will be a time in your life when you will look baPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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30ee1c  No.774160


Because there's no such thing as homosexual Vs heterosexual. You're either a normal man who likes women as god intended or a disordered filthy sodomite.

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e79c72  No.774184

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>A group of gay priests in the Netherlands recently took the unusually bold step of writing to Pope Francis, urging him to allow gay, celibate men to be ordained.

190ef7  No.774185



Yikes dawg, these people are peddling Christianity 2.0 where having gay scat orgies in front of children while worshiping satan is ok as long as you’re nice and vote straight dem

f784b5  No.774195


Control your dick retard.

Who's in charge your brain or your penis?

>Muh sex is the most important thing in the world

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7e4d25  No.658214[Reply]


The purpose of this thread is to provide a place for general Catholic discussion. Mass, readings, rosary - everything that is connected with the faith.

Other denominations welcome, although we politely ask you to keep the arguments about our theological differences in other threads.

Useful links:

Official Vatican website: www.vatican.va

Today's readings: www.ewtn.com/daily-readings/

Papal encyclicals: www.papalencyclicals.net

Catholic encyclopedia online: www.newadvent.org/cathen/

Summa Theologiae of St. Thomas Aquinas online: www.newadvent.org/summa/

How to pray the rosary: www.rosarycenter.org/homepage-2/rosary/how-to-pray-the-rosary/

Divine Office (liturgy of the hours): www.divineoffice.org/welcome/

Little Office of the Immaculate Conception: www.catholic.org/prayers/prayer.php?p=1925

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02e5d9  No.774148

Should you prepare what you wish to confess? Should I go to confession with a little piece of paper and all the sins I can think of, written down?

ae34f8  No.774170


You don't need a paper. You just need to examine your conscience before going to confession.

02e5d9  No.774179


Care to elaborate on this process? Whenever I think of doing this, I just think of taking deep breaths, settling myself down emotionally and observing my thoughts, trying to maintain a humble, orderly state of mind. Is it at that point that I start trying to remember past sins?

2a4673  No.774192


Yes basically.

2a4673  No.774194


You first ask the Lord light to illuminate your mind, I usually go in chronological order remembering my sins, think about the sins, the circumstances that might change their nature etc etc.

In the end of confession as forgiveness for the sins you might have forgotten.

If you remember them later you'll need to mention them next time.

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