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#138548 - What zlane said but also I think it's a matter of perspective.… 05/02/2016 on Religion Board 0
#138143 - All I'm trying to say is that a church started by Jesus is not… 04/21/2016 on Religion Board 0
#138141 - technically the apostle paul started the church on earth. Jesu… 04/21/2016 on Religion Board 0
#138124 - You don't start with tradition, because every tradition needed…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/21/2016 on Religion Board 0
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#138142 - theplanetearth (04/21/2016) [-]
Oh fuck off with that shit man. Paul saw Jesus on the road to Damascus, and went to preach in Arabia. Then he went to Jerusalem, and talked to the Apostles there who were already running a ministry to see if he had preached erroneously. Josephus even said that Jesus' own brother was executed for preaching about him, and if that doesn't indicate a church formed by the apostles operating in Jerusalem then I don't know what does.
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#138143 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
All I'm trying to say is that a church started by Jesus is not the same thing as a church started by man. By the he is your second sentence do you mean Jesus or Paul?
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#138125 - theplanetearth (04/21/2016) [-]
The Tradition is justified by the fact that Jesus Christ started it, and that Jesus Christ is literally the Son of God, and God.
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#138141 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
technically the apostle paul started the church on earth. Jesus laid the foundation but did not establish what you have today as the RCC.
#138122 - Sorry grammar. That is true but the very fact that there are d…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/21/2016 on Religion Board 0
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#138123 - theplanetearth (04/21/2016) [-]
Then how do they justify their doctrine without using Luther's justifications? Without tradition you have nothing to justify the doctrines of any sect of Christianity other than Catholicism, and maybe Orthodoxy.
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#138124 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
You don't start with tradition, because every tradition needed to justify itself before it became established correct? Because if tradition is your only justification you have no reason to support another religion's tradition over another. Why not then become Jewish or even buddist? They have longer and more established traditions.
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#138142 - theplanetearth (04/21/2016) [-]
Oh fuck off with that shit man. Paul saw Jesus on the road to Damascus, and went to preach in Arabia. Then he went to Jerusalem, and talked to the Apostles there who were already running a ministry to see if he had preached erroneously. Josephus even said that Jesus' own brother was executed for preaching about him, and if that doesn't indicate a church formed by the apostles operating in Jerusalem then I don't know what does.
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#138143 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
All I'm trying to say is that a church started by Jesus is not the same thing as a church started by man. By the he is your second sentence do you mean Jesus or Paul?
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#138125 - theplanetearth (04/21/2016) [-]
The Tradition is justified by the fact that Jesus Christ started it, and that Jesus Christ is literally the Son of God, and God.
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#138141 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
technically the apostle paul started the church on earth. Jesus laid the foundation but did not establish what you have today as the RCC.
#138120 - that is true but the whole reason there are differences points…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/21/2016 on Religion Board 0
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#138122 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
Sorry grammar. That is true but the very fact that there are differences points to the fact that they don't blindly follow Luther
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#138123 - theplanetearth (04/21/2016) [-]
Then how do they justify their doctrine without using Luther's justifications? Without tradition you have nothing to justify the doctrines of any sect of Christianity other than Catholicism, and maybe Orthodoxy.
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#138124 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
You don't start with tradition, because every tradition needed to justify itself before it became established correct? Because if tradition is your only justification you have no reason to support another religion's tradition over another. Why not then become Jewish or even buddist? They have longer and more established traditions.
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#138142 - theplanetearth (04/21/2016) [-]
Oh fuck off with that shit man. Paul saw Jesus on the road to Damascus, and went to preach in Arabia. Then he went to Jerusalem, and talked to the Apostles there who were already running a ministry to see if he had preached erroneously. Josephus even said that Jesus' own brother was executed for preaching about him, and if that doesn't indicate a church formed by the apostles operating in Jerusalem then I don't know what does.
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#138143 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
All I'm trying to say is that a church started by Jesus is not the same thing as a church started by man. By the he is your second sentence do you mean Jesus or Paul?
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#138125 - theplanetearth (04/21/2016) [-]
The Tradition is justified by the fact that Jesus Christ started it, and that Jesus Christ is literally the Son of God, and God.
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#138141 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
technically the apostle paul started the church on earth. Jesus laid the foundation but did not establish what you have today as the RCC.
#138119 - I have done plenty so far, but I've not really found a label, … 04/21/2016 on Religion Board 0
#138114 - I should say that's what I was raised as. 04/21/2016 on Religion Board 0
#138113 - Technically I'm baptist but I wouldn't say that's what I am be…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/21/2016 on Religion Board 0
#138116 - theluppijackal (04/21/2016) [-]
That's cool. Remember to do plenty of research if you ever feel you need to find a new denomination. Read lots of books that view all sorts of different sects. Even look at the RCC and greek orthodox. The Holy Spirit will guide you.
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#138119 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
I have done plenty so far, but I've not really found a label, So I just say baptist but I don't think that's what I am, as of right now I don't see myself as RCC or greek orthodox but I really don't know much about greek orthodox. Thank you though!
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#138114 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
I should say that's what I was raised as.
#138111 - You're right. I'll leave it be, I was just asking because I'm …  [+] (5 new replies) 04/21/2016 on Religion Board +1
#138112 - theluppijackal (04/21/2016) [-]
Which denom fam?
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#138113 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
Technically I'm baptist but I wouldn't say that's what I am because that's what my family is. I haven't quite figured it out.
#138116 - theluppijackal (04/21/2016) [-]
That's cool. Remember to do plenty of research if you ever feel you need to find a new denomination. Read lots of books that view all sorts of different sects. Even look at the RCC and greek orthodox. The Holy Spirit will guide you.
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#138119 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
I have done plenty so far, but I've not really found a label, So I just say baptist but I don't think that's what I am, as of right now I don't see myself as RCC or greek orthodox but I really don't know much about greek orthodox. Thank you though!
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#138114 - satoshileex (04/21/2016) [-]
I should say that's what I was raised as.