Trump Responds To Pope Saying He's 'Not Christian'

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1christian1

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I travel quite a bit. I was in a small town a few months ago that had a quaint little used book store. There I found a first edition book for the price of $1.00 that was the best money I'd spent for a book in awhile.
UNZIPPED THE POPES BARE ALL A Frank Study Of Sex And Corruption In The Vatican.
It's published by American Atheist's Press. But the contents are the result of research gleaned from the Vatican archives.
Worth the money.
Talk about wickedness and the evil that men did to advance to the office o Pope. And then to be called holy father after that. I agree RC's are not Christian. They're baptized into the faith as newborns. They don't choose to follow Christ, or any of the other things we're told is part of entering into the covenant.
Vatican City. One of the smallest sovereign nations if not the smallest on earth. And one man is essentially dictator over a population of 1 billion plus in the world today who call themselves Roman Catholics.

Call no man Father but your Father in Heaven.
When I post reply on here. It continues the conversation of the person that I was responding to? The words above are not mine. LOL... { where it starts with 1christian1 I mean.}[/QUOTE]
First post 1christian 1. second... have no idea!!! Is anyone else having this problem???
 

1christian1

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When I post reply on here. It continues the conversation of the person that I was responding to? The words above are not mine. LOL... { where it starts with 1christian1 I mean.}
First post 1christian 1. second... have no idea!!! Is anyone else having this problem???[/QUOTE] Who do Who do I contact about this? Look. I'm a paying customer. LOl.. I pay so that I can visit with you and share opinions about life.
 
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**God's Word says to avoid vain disputing. What are the Christian Salvation requirements? What are helpful beliefs and happiness in the Christian Sanctification process?
 

Lillywolf

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I travel quite a bit. I was in a small town a few months ago that had a quaint little used book store. There I found a first edition book for the price of $1.00 that was the best money I'd spent for a book in awhile.
UNZIPPED THE POPES BARE ALL A Frank Study Of Sex And Corruption In The Vatican.
It's published by American Atheist's Press. But the contents are the result of research gleaned from the Vatican archives.
Worth the money.
Talk about wickedness and the evil that men did to advance to the office o Pope. And then to be called holy father after that. I agree RC's are not Christian. They're baptized into the faith as newborns. They don't choose to follow Christ, or any of the other things we're told is part of entering into the covenant.
Vatican City. One of the smallest sovereign nations if not the smallest on earth. And one man is essentially dictator over a population of 1 billion plus in the world today who call themselves Roman Catholics.

Call no man Father but your Father in Heaven.
When I post reply on here. It continues the conversation of the person that I was responding to? The words above are not mine. LOL... where it starts with 1christian1 I mean.

That tends to happen with me if I break down someone's response so as to answer point by point their reply. Leaving the original last quote bloc, [/QUOTE], brackets the entire post into one giant quote. Due to the quote block that has the member name linking all the way to that last quote block of text.
 

iamsoandso

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Well that makes me feel better(I thought it was just me,lol). If I quote a post and I'm typing away I hit the mouse on my laptop by accident and it moves the mouse somewhere else and starts typing there so I have to re-read even the quote to see that I didn't add to the quote. Sometimes I miss things and if I dont catch it what I said makes no sense even to me,lol
 

1christian1

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When I post reply on here. It continues the conversation of the person that I was responding to? The words above are not mine. LOL... where it starts with 1christian1 I mean.

That tends to happen with me if I break down someone's response so as to answer point by point their reply. Leaving the original last quote bloc,
, brackets the entire post into one giant quote. Due to the quote block that has the member name linking all the way to that last quote block of text.[/QUOTE]
Yeah, but how does someone elses post get under my name??? That is totally wierd!
 

Magenta

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Yeah, but how does someone elses post get under my name??? That is totally wierd!
Did you click Reply more on more than one post before entering your response? You can fix any formatting errors by Previewing your post before you send it, and looking carefully to make sure it is as you would have it be. Editing errors such as that are not the site fault or the platform fault, but user error. Just looking at this page, I see a number of people compounding the error, by reposting format errors over and over again. I fixed the format error in your post/quote before I sent this post :)
 

1christian1

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Did you click Reply more on more than one post before entering your response? You can fix any formatting errors by Previewing your post before you send it, and looking carefully to make sure it is as you would have it be. Editing errors such as that are not the site fault or the platform fault, but user error. Just looking at this page, I see a number of people compounding the error, by reposting format errors over and over again. I fixed the format error in your post/quote before I sent this post :)
No, someone else is posting with my user name...
 

Magenta

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No, someone else is posting with my user name...
That is an editing error! Someone messes the HTML coding up somehow and if nobody corrects it, it keeps getting repeated.
 
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When I post reply on here. It continues the conversation of the person that I was responding to? The words above are not mine. LOL... where it starts with 1christian1 I mean.

That tends to happen with me if I break down someone's response so as to answer point by point their reply. Leaving the original last quote bloc,
, brackets the entire post into one giant quote. Due to the quote block that has the member name linking all the way to that last quote block of text.[/QUOTE]


I have done similar as you in responding. If I respond to a response to such, I have to copy from above to make sure all is included.
 

star

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Whether or not Trump said it about the Pope or the Pope said it about Trump (referring to the OP), we cannot decide who is a Christian or not. Only God knows. Now having said that, I personally do not believe in the Catholic church.
 
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***The Apostle Paul wrote a lot of verses that indicated Holy Spirit urged discerning/warning judging.
And check what 1 Corinthians 6:1-11 says.
I look for the good in others and in churches,
but The Holy Spirit helps me to realize wrongs and sins to at least do intercessory prayer about.
Sometimes I have to exhort or even rebuke.
Some have responded with a rebuke against me accusing me of condemn judging.
I have never done the just mentioned.
Matthew 7:1 “Judge not, that ye be not judged.” has been misused so much by individuals
who don't want to repent towards Christ-likeness righteousness
and some of the famous Christian leaders have threatened those who oppose their teaching and life styles.
Constructive criticism is not a judging sin.
If one looks at the context of Matthew 7:1, he or she will discover that it does not apply
to what is said above about judging
and to the following statements.
True Christians will not condemn judge, but they will discern right and wrong judge so they
can do proper intercessory prayer
and do Holy Spirit urged exhortation or rebuke as
Jesus Christ, the Apostle Paul, and many Christian leaders have done in the past.
For the much needed church discipline to take place the discerning judging needs to be done.
Also the Bible is full of warnings about unrighteous actions and teaching being done
and such require discerning judging.
There is too much tolerance of wrongs in the Christian churches and in society.
But extreme carefulness must be done in the indicated exhorting and warning ministries.
A pastor cannot even do such without making judgments
about what Scripture to teach and how to teach it.
***The Apostle Paul wrote a lot of verses that indicated Holy Spirit urged discerning/warning judging.
And check what 1 Corinthians 6:1-11 says.
I look for the good in others and in churches,
but The Holy Spirit helps me to realize wrongs and sins to at least do intercessory prayer about.
Sometimes I have to exhort or even rebuke.
Some have responded with a rebuke against me accusing me of condemn judging.
I have never done the just mentioned.
Matthew 7:1 “Judge not, that ye be not judged.” has been misused so much by individuals
who don't want to repent towards Christ-likeness righteousness
and some of the famous Christian leaders have threatened those who oppose their teaching and life styles.
Constructive criticism is not a judging sin.
If one looks at the context of Matthew 7:1, he or she will discover that it does not apply
to what is said above about judging
and to the following statements.
True Christians will not condemn judge, but they will discern right and wrong judge so they
can do proper intercessory prayer
and do Holy Spirit urged exhortation or rebuke as
Jesus Christ, the Apostle Paul, and many Christian leaders have done in the past.
For the much needed church discipline to take place the discerning judging needs to be done.
Also the Bible is full of warnings about unrighteous actions and teaching being done
and such require discerning judging.
There is too much tolerance of wrongs in the Christian churches and in society.
But extreme carefulness must be done in the indicated exhorting and warning ministries.
A pastor cannot even do such without making judgments
about what Scripture to teach and how to teach it.

It was reported that President Trump became a new Christian during the Presidential Campaign. Now he loves the Bible and standing for Christianity. But he is the most hated President in USA history because he is not a politician, but a businessman trying to keep his campaign promises. He is not a globalist or a socialist like most of his haters. He has improved his manner and is more Presidential. Now about the current Pope, has he showed evidence that he is a born again Christian. In Argentina, he pushed communism. He apparently has been the most political Pope. He had said wrong accusations against President Trump mostly about the changes he has made. But the New Testament of the Bible commands Christians to pray for spiritual and political leaders. We don't have to condone their claims and their sins. I have done such daily even for those preachers, famous pastors, and politicians who are not pleasing God because of their sins. But we should love what God loves and hate what He hates, and never condemn others. But President Trump was not condemning the Pope.
 
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Whether or not Trump said it about the Pope or the Pope said it about Trump (referring to the OP), we cannot decide who is a Christian or not. Only God knows. Now having said that, I personally do not believe in the Catholic church.

Believe me star, not in a million years would I think you were Catholic.. LOL..
 

star

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So are you into Trumpism or what? You know m that new movement..
I'm a Trump supporter and I believe firmly that at this time in our country that God has placed Trump where he is. Trump is no politician, no smooth talking gent, doesn't care about the Old Guard, doesn't care about impressing anyone. He doesn't need anyone's money and so he can be free of pleasing certain ones. It is my firm belief that he took upon himself this office because he cares about this country. The accomplishments he has made in 2 years, against all odds, with every kind of hate-filled vitriol thrown out to him and his family, makes me totally believe God is with him. Do I believe we needed an outsider as president
 
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I'm a Trump supporter and I believe firmly that at this time in our country that God has placed Trump where he is. Trump is no politician, no smooth talking gent, doesn't care about the Old Guard, doesn't care about impressing anyone. He doesn't need anyone's money and so he can be free of pleasing certain ones. It is my firm belief that he took upon himself this office because he cares about this country. The accomplishments he has made in 2 years, against all odds, with every kind of hate-filled vitriol thrown out to him and his family, makes me totally believe God is with him. Do I believe we needed an outsider as president
Other countries have elected outsiders to lead them too. We know that globalism will win out as Revelation indicates, but it will be world-wide briefly.


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