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Dating Across the Catholic/Protestant Divide and Protestant that I am frequently (if not constantly) asked for advice on this subject. The bar must be higher than simply finding a “Christian man” (this is when I imagine that I. But are there some genuine Christians in the Roman Catholic Church? There are lots of brands of so-called “Christian tradition” that have who have little or no personal faith, or relationship with Christ, or love to Jesus. Get an answer for 'Im a catholic woman and my man is born again christian. and find homework help for other Religion questions at eNotes. married or have children) how important this relationship is to you and how important your faith is.
Stay put, sweet Lady and sleep with a clear conscience.
It is shocking isn't it? It's like Hitler all over again! If we let these people get their way, we might end up like those slaughtered by Hitler again. So you are right. A very strange world we live in isn't it? After reading so many blogs I conclude the following: There are Christians namely Catholics, There are Hypocrites namely most of the rest.
I need to understand something: Are Catholics not Christians?
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If we Christians behave like this, how are we to attact pagans and non-christians? Remember even christ dined with sinners like us and encouraged us to do same. As born again christians we should rather encourage rather than discriminate. It is not healthy. Thanks for your concern about my salvation It is the Christians responsibility to speak against Biblical error wherever it occurs.
How do you know about my relationship with the Almighty Creator. To assume is like wanting to know or else a confirmed thought in your imaginative mind. If my knees bend its because my God knows why.Former Catholic Mike Gendron Explains How to Help Roman Catholics Escape the False Gospel of Rome
My display of piety is reserved for My lord. Pyrites are not gold dont be fooled. Then you must read the Bible for yourself.
It is through the Bible that God will speak personally to you. The Catholic Church is not what many of you claim it is. We follow the teachings of Christ faithfully and if some of you don't agree it does not make us wrong. Two main groups write here: One even wrote there's no salvation outside the RCC! You are a Great Soilder for the Catholic Church.
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Born-again, and married to a Catholic
Take your blinkers off your eyes. How very sad that the very same verse that you quote over and over again as your mantra What do you think would happen if you sincerely sought Jesus, putting all your beliefs aside for just a time, got down on your knees and asked Jesus to reveal HIS truth to you Are you capable of doing that, just laying all your beliefs and ours too, aside for a time to seek Jesus and Jesus alone?
For HIM to come in a personal way to you without outside influence? I dare you to do it. Or are you scared of what you might find if you do try it? I dare any professing Catholic Just put aside the RCC teachings for a time and let Jesus teach you.
What have you got to lose? You can always go back to your beliefs. I dare you to try it. Guess which boat is yours. By your last post you have just denied the word of the Saviour whom you profess to follow,unfortunately He is in the other boat.
That the RCC is the original church. That Peter is the foundation His church is built upon. Conversely I thankfully accept Jesus is my Creator who died in my place, taking the penalty for my sin. There is no preeminent denomination neither here nor will there be in heaven.
Not your interpretation of his way. With respect to your answer it appears to me that you don't search to know if a church is teaching hearsy neither do you care. All that matters to you is that the person profess to the faith. I don't agree with your position, however I dare not disrespect you just because we don't agree. Hopefully you will accept my apology.
We decorate our Christmas tree and light our menorah. We talk about peace, justice, compassion, generosity and God — referencing religions far beyond our own, across time, distance, and culture.
What happens when you fall in love across the religious divide?
Despite all this, some people still ask us, exasperated: It makes sense that so many of us dream, initially at least, that we will find true love with a person who shares the same religious label, because we think it means they have walked the same religious path that we have. We naturally look for someone who has made the same leaps of faith, who has gone through the same internal transformation, who nods along knowingly as we describe our indescribable connection to something invisible.
We imagine someone who gets us, who shares the same truth or God or gods that we do, or, perhaps, who has uttered the same denials as us, or who remains as steadfastly unsure about the meaning of it all as we ourselves are.
The assumption here is that sharing the same religion is a shortcut to deeper unity. But praying the same words in the same order, or reading the same sacred book through and through again, or singing the same songs are not necessarily a gateway to a meaningful connection.
Each journey of faith is unique and personal. No two believers are alike. And, as anyone in any relationship will tell you, no two people are alike. Everyone has their own views, opinions and convictions, regardless of their chosen religion or lack of one. Some relationships are interfaith, but all relationships are inter-belief.
What is that necessary and sufficient factor? We have found that it is far more important to share the same values than the same religion. It is true that some values are associated more closely with certain religion affiliations. But values do not just take root inside a person as a result of their religion, of how they have chosen to describe or name or worship God. We choose our values because of myriad factors: Our values shape us, as our journeys through life — and our journeys through faith — play out.
In faith, as in love, we leap.