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The Roots of Catholicism

Discussion in 'Free-For-All Archives' started by Ray Berrian, Oct 21, 2003.

  1. Ray Berrian

    Ray Berrian New Member

    Jan 11, 2002
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    I don't think the up and rising star, Dr. Grady would have even peaked into a Roman Catholic College or seminary, being a, if I may say it, a 'right wing, fundamentalist Christian.' I could be wrong and I think Mosique raised a good question.

    In the Pennsylvania area Protestants speak more about Calvary than Golgotha; I, however, have used the latter term at times in sermons, which to me, speaks more about the location of the crucifixion. It is the place, the hillside--meaning the skull.

    We have a Calvary Baptist Church in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania as well as a Calvary Wesleyan Church in the same city.
  2. BobRyan

    BobRyan Well-Known Member

    Aug 27, 2002
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    Non Baptist Christian
    So the bodily resurrection of Christ is "true" no matter how "science struggles with proving it"??

    And so also - God's Word is just as true in the "details" when it describes the Creation of earth and mankind - shows the relationship between man and his creator - the basis for the Holy Day of worship given at the end of the week and the obligation of manking to obey God.

    The text and its "details" is true in both cases EVEN though science is not up to "god-speed" yet.

    In Christ,