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Reply #90 posted 11/07/18 7:57pm

rdhull

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kpowers said:

rdhull said:

lol lol

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lol, I thought u came in here waving as a non-sequiter just to be silly...but now I realize you are acknowledging that youre chrisitan

Lost your keys? check princevault..lost your relationhip? check princevault..they have all the answers
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Reply #91 posted 11/07/18 8:49pm

TrivialPursuit

How did this not end up in Politics & Religion?

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Reply #92 posted 11/07/18 8:56pm

kpowers

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rdhull said:

kpowers said:

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lol, I thought u came in here waving as a non-sequiter just to be silly...but now I realize you are acknowledging that youre chrisitan

headbang headbang headbang headbang headbang headbang headbang batman

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Reply #93 posted 11/07/18 11:34pm

Dalia11

I am Catholic. However, I did not like when Prince was too Religious! He was after all a Musician/Singer/Actor/Producer/Composer,etc. He was not a Priest/Pope, but he could have been in a past life!
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Reply #94 posted 11/07/18 11:47pm

PeteSilas

i loved when someone here after Prince's death claimed that Prince was a prophet in his past life and we were all his followers. maybe delusional but it's a potent idea.

Prince.org: With fans like these he didn't need haters.
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Reply #95 posted 11/08/18 12:45pm

Dalia11

PeteSilas said:

i loved when someone here after Prince's death claimed that Prince was a prophet in his past life and we were all his followers. maybe delusional but it's a potent idea.


And he was a prophet in this life via his music! I have to buy more of his albums, I do not have all of them. And good thing that he has Siblings who are singers/musicians, they are able to distribute Prince's music!
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Reply #96 posted 11/08/18 1:27pm

PeteSilas

Dalia11 said:

PeteSilas said:

i loved when someone here after Prince's death claimed that Prince was a prophet in his past life and we were all his followers. maybe delusional but it's a potent idea.

And he was a prophet in this life via his music! I have to buy more of his albums, I do not have all of them. And good thing that he has Siblings who are singers/musicians, they are able to distribute Prince's music!

certainly and i don't care who says it's delusional.

Prince.org: With fans like these he didn't need haters.
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Reply #97 posted 11/08/18 2:21pm

Dalia11

And I study the tarot! I have to buy some decks that give info about past lives. And I can do readings on some of my favorite celebs.
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Reply #98 posted 11/08/18 3:24pm

luvsexy4all

Dalia11 said:

And I study the tarot! I have to buy some decks that give info about past lives. And I can do readings on some of my favorite celebs.

find out who killed him or how he died...u can with those

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Reply #99 posted 11/08/18 4:56pm

Dalia11

There is a psychic I follow on YouTube, Afrodeity Stone. She posted two videos about prince two years ago. I am still studying. And I do not like to do readings about sad situations. She posted a lot of videoes for other celebs too, Kanye West and more.
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Reply #100 posted 11/08/18 6:14pm

TrivialPursuit

Dalia11 said:

She posted a lot of videoes for other celebs too, Kanye West and more.


Doesn't take a quasi-psychic to know Kayne's a fuck up, though. lol

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Reply #101 posted 11/08/18 6:32pm

rdhull

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A prophet lol. Only on prince org.

Lost your keys? check princevault..lost your relationhip? check princevault..they have all the answers
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Reply #102 posted 11/08/18 10:14pm

PeteSilas

rdhull said:

A prophet lol. Only on prince org.

ya, i know, nutty huh? I like the idea though.

Prince.org: With fans like these he didn't need haters.
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Reply #103 posted 11/08/18 11:57pm

Dalia11

And his For-Real-For-Real-Fans know his songs and lyrics!
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Reply #104 posted 11/09/18 12:58am

IanRG

Christian - but some of the people on Prince.Org responding will not help you answer this

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Reply #105 posted 11/09/18 6:44am

Dalia11

Are Catholics Christians? I forgot!
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Reply #106 posted 11/09/18 11:30am

namepeace

Dalia11 said:

Are Catholics Christians? I forgot!


Though many may dispute it, yet. it was the orthodox church from which the Protestant Reformation sprung.

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Reply #107 posted 11/09/18 12:01pm

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Dalia11 said:

Are Catholics Christians? I forgot!

Yes. neutral

"'Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.'' - Thomas Jefferson
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Reply #108 posted 11/09/18 12:02pm

IanRG

Dalia11 said:

Are Catholics Christians? I forgot!

Yes, the first Christians (although initially they saw themselves as a sect of Jews)

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Reply #109 posted 11/09/18 12:11pm

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IanRG said:

Dalia11 said:

Are Catholics Christians? I forgot!

Yes, the first Christians (although initially they saw themselves as a sect of Jews)


It's a yes or no. Catholics are Christian.

"'Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.'' - Thomas Jefferson
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Reply #110 posted 11/09/18 12:39pm

Dalia11

I like to learn about different religions too. I have friends who are Muslim, they believe in Angels and they pray a lot. Catholics believe in Angels and we pray a lot. A good friend of mine is from Bangladesh, her name is Nasima. She always tells me that Allah gave me beautiful this and beautiful that(and I like compliments!). 😃
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Reply #111 posted 11/09/18 12:44pm

IanRG

DiminutiveRocker said:

IanRG said:

Yes, the first Christians (although initially they saw themselves as a sect of Jews)


It's a yes or no. Catholics are Christian.

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Yes, Catholics are Christian and always were Christian from when they became the Disciples with Christ. By being the first Christians, prior to around the year 90, they considered themselves to be Jewish Christians. Since then just Christians.

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Why the resistance to more knowledge?

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Reply #112 posted 11/09/18 1:00pm

onlyforaminute

What happened to the op? I guess that shows just how interested they really were.

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Reply #113 posted 11/09/18 5:53pm

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IanRG said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


It's a yes or no. Catholics are Christian.

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Yes, Catholics are Christian and always were Christian from when they became the Disciples with Christ. By being the first Christians, prior to around the year 90, they considered themselves to be Jewish Christians. Since then just Christians.

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Why the resistance to more knowledge?

I am Catholic - I know all this - but the questoin was begging for further detail.
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"'Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.'' - Thomas Jefferson
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Reply #114 posted 11/10/18 9:08am

violetcrush

DiminutiveRocker said:

IanRG said:

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Yes, Catholics are Christian and always were Christian from when they became the Disciples with Christ. By being the first Christians, prior to around the year 90, they considered themselves to be Jewish Christians. Since then just Christians.

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Why the resistance to more knowledge?

I am Catholic - I know all this - but the questoin was begging for further detail.
wink

I was raised Lutheran/Protestant and am not Catholic, but there are definitely some big differences between Biblical Christianity and the Roman Catholic faith, right? The position/power of the Pope, Priests taking parishioners' confessions and giving absolutions, The Rosary, Bishops Council, etc...

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I'm no expert at all, so correct me if I'm wrong, but there are differences with the RCC.

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Reply #115 posted 11/10/18 9:52am

2freaky4church
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I zinged the atheist Matt Dillihunty on youtube. Feel great. God is real.

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #116 posted 11/10/18 10:31am

Dalia11

violetcrush said:



DiminutiveRocker said:




IanRG said:



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Yes, Catholics are Christian and always were Christian from when they became the Disciples with Christ. By being the first Christians, prior to around the year 90, they considered themselves to be Jewish Christians. Since then just Christians.


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Why the resistance to more knowledge?



I am Catholic - I know all this - but the questoin was begging for further detail.
wink




I was raised Lutheran/Protestant and am not Catholic, but there are definitely some big differences between Biblical Christianity and the Roman Catholic faith, right? The position/power of the Pope, Priests taking parishioners' confessions and giving absolutions, The Rosary, Bishops Council, etc...


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I'm no expert at all, so correct me if I'm wrong, but there are differences with the RCC.


And back in the day, the Catholic priests would consult with astrologers!
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Reply #117 posted 11/10/18 11:05am

luvsexy4all

luvsexy4all said:

Dalia11 said:

And I study the tarot! I have to buy some decks that give info about past lives. And I can do readings on some of my favorite celebs.

find out who killed him or how he died...u can with those

was this done??????

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Reply #118 posted 11/10/18 2:07pm

IanRG

violetcrush said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

I am Catholic - I know all this - but the questoin was begging for further detail.
wink

I was raised Lutheran/Protestant and am not Catholic, but there are definitely some big differences between Biblical Christianity and the Roman Catholic faith, right? The position/power of the Pope, Priests taking parishioners' confessions and giving absolutions, The Rosary, Bishops Council, etc...

*

I'm no expert at all, so correct me if I'm wrong, but there are differences with the RCC.

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I don't want this sidebar to overtake the purpose of the threas, so I will keep this short:

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Firstly, that Christians have moved on in many ways from day one about 2000 years ago is fantastic. There is not 1 single Christian today who has not. This most certaintly includes Lutherans', who are also Christian.

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The position of the Pope is Biblical: St Peter is the rock on which Jesus built His Church. The arguments about whether St Peter was the merely an equal among the 12 or the first among equals or the leader of the 12 is argued by all sides on the basis of the words and understanding of the early church and the Bible.

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The Councils are biblical: The first Council is in Bible and was about how the Judaic Laws should apply to Christian Gentiles.

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Psalm 136 uses repetition like the Rosary and many of the prayers said by Jesus are from the repetition of the psalms - in a pre-literate society repetition is how the word of God survives. Matthew, in preparing us to repeat the Lord's Prayer tells us to not babble or use empty phrases when praying. The Rosary done properly is not done as a mere mechanical repetition of empty phrases. Prayer is communion with God, not mindless chanting. This applies whether you use the Rosary or whatever process you use to put yourself in the right state of mind to focus on prayer.

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Reply #119 posted 11/10/18 2:30pm

violetcrush

IanRG said:

violetcrush said:

I was raised Lutheran/Protestant and am not Catholic, but there are definitely some big differences between Biblical Christianity and the Roman Catholic faith, right? The position/power of the Pope, Priests taking parishioners' confessions and giving absolutions, The Rosary, Bishops Council, etc...

*

I'm no expert at all, so correct me if I'm wrong, but there are differences with the RCC.

.

I don't want this sidebar to overtake the purpose of the threas, so I will keep this short:

.

Firstly, that Christians have moved on in many ways from day one about 2000 years ago is fantastic. There is not 1 single Christian today who has not. This most certaintly includes Lutherans', who are also Christian.

.

The position of the Pope is Biblical: St Peter is the rock on which Jesus built His Church. The arguments about whether St Peter was the merely an equal among the 12 or the first among equals or the leader of the 12 is argued by all sides on the basis of the words and understanding of the early church and the Bible.

.

The Councils are biblical: The first Council is in Bible and was about how the Judaic Laws should apply to Christian Gentiles.

.

Psalm 136 uses repetition like the Rosary and many of the prayers said by Jesus are from the repetition of the psalms - in a pre-literate society repetition is how the word of God survives. Matthew, in preparing us to repeat the Lord's Prayer tells us to not babble or use empty phrases when praying. The Rosary done properly is not done as a mere mechanical repetition of empty phrases. Prayer is communion with God, not mindless chanting. This applies whether you use the Rosary or whatever process you use to put yourself in the right state of mind to focus on prayer.

No other Christian sect holds a human to the high power of the Pope's position, correct? Same with the Council, right? The Lutheran sect does not appoint a Council.

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What about Priests in the role of taking confessions and absolving sins confessed? This is certainly specific to the RCC, correct?

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