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Featured Orthodox Scholars Reaffirm Theological Validity of Women Deacons

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Jerome, Jan 25, 2018.

  1. Yeshua1

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    The part of the Christians now celebrating Sunday as the Lord's day is correct, but there are only 2 given sacraments from God to us for today!
     
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    You remain wrong as always, but thank's for sharing.
     
  3. Yeshua1

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    Just 2 given to us in the inspired scriptures!
     
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    That claim did not occur until 1500 years or so down the road, and it was made by men who thought they knew better than the accumulated knowledge of the Church, the One Universal Christian Church which established by Jesus Christ Himself.
     
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    Yeah, about those so-called 'church fathers' quotes, you may want to do more research:

    Sunday Fraud: Church "Fathers" on the Lord's Day

    Colossians 2, was thoroughly gone over here -

    Colossians 2, the "nailed it to his cross", what was "it"?

    Please read it.
     
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    And what does it really say under your title "Sunday Fraud........."? It says: "and every Lord's day, hold your solemn assemblies, and rejoice: for he will be guilty of sin who...." Solemn assemblies"? Sounds like assembling to worship on the Lord's day to me. Did you miss that one?

    No brother, it is clear through the historical evidence, through the Scriptures, through tradition, through all the writings of the men of the early Christian Church, worship was and still remains for the Christian on Sunday. Your sect is simply wrong on this.

    Also, a quick look at the website which you told us to go to here is nothing less than some sort of SDA apologetics site. I'm not buying their heresy, or yours. Pickle Publishing - 100% Vegetarian! (Need I say more?)

    Here's something from Crossbearer.net that explains this issue.

    "The historical fact is, that the first Christian converts were Jews. These Jewish believers in Christ, continued to keep the Saturday Sabbath as their tradition and law commanded. As Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles, led Gentiles to Christ, they would gather to worship the following day, Sunday. The reason was simple. Gentiles were forbidden by the Jewish Law to enter Jewish Synagogues and defile the Jewish Holy Place of worship! Paul had a tremendous struggle with the Jewish Converts called "Judaizers" who would follow him from city to city, telling the Gentile converts that they could not be saved unless they kept the Jewish laws, which included Sabbath Keeping. Paul would have to return, or write letters like the one he wrote to the Galatians, and convince these Gentile converts that they were saved by faith in Jesus Christ, not by keeping the Jewish Law! So the early Christian church worshipped on both days, from the very onset of the Christian faith! The Jewish Converts on Saturday, the Gentile converts on Sunday! As the Jewish converts passed away, and the Gentile church continued to thrive, it would only be reasonable to note that the observance of Sunday took precedence!"
     
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    That church was not the Church of Rome, as that true church existed before RCC ever was founded!
     
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