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  • 00:02

    Momans Catholics Muslims, Buddhists

    in Politics

    Enough you talk to Mormons are Catholics and Muslims, Buddhists, they can relate to the Bible fact that only one believe in the Bible. The Mormons for instance, they had their own Bible their own profits. They do not believe anything that the Bible has to say.


    As the Catholics. The Romans were Catholics. I believe a lot of the bathhouses that we have go in our society today came from the Roman society. The homosexual trends of the pedophilia with little boys that came from the Roman Empire. A lot of the leaders the Roman leader was homosexuals this thing they call Easter with the bunny rabbit while the bunny matter represented fertility on the young girls was to come of age, and they can become sexual. As no bunny rabbit in the Bible there is no Christmas in the Bible.


    In fact I believe this is someplace in the book of numbers. It talked about how these pagans would be a Christmas trees and held onto the floor in pain, shiny objects offer has nothing to do with the Scriptures

  • 00:29

    PIJN News: Obama to Catholics on Obamacare: "We Are in This Together"

    in Christianity

    Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:


    * Obama to Catholics on Obamacare: "We Are in This Together”
    * Wisconsin Senate Passes Controversial Bill Banning Abortions After 20 Weeks
    * Woman Arrested For Taking Pills That Intentionally Killed Her Child

  • 00:31

    What Catholics Really Believe About The Bible

    in Christianity

    Catholics are often accused of not believing in the Bible, which is completely untrue. Join Gary Zimak as he continues his walk through the Catechism of the Catholic Church and discusses what Catholics really believe about the Bible. Not only did the Catholic Church decide which books should be included in the Bible (a little known fact), but the Church teaches that every book of the Bible is inspired by God. In other words, God is the author of the Bible! Don't miss this episode of The Gary Zimak Show. If you do, you'll miss A LOT!

  • 02:06

    GOCC DAllas "THE Elect" The Virgin Birth Strong Hold in Religion

    in Education

    The "Virgin Birth" in religion has a severe strong hold on most believers.  Was there an actual "Virgin Birth that brought forth our Lord and Savior, Christ?  Where did the "Virgin Birth" history come from. What does the word "Virgin" actually means.  How did it implement its way into  the "Churches." Today we will give you history and facts to open your eyes to the truth about "The Virgin Birth"

  • 00:45

    Catholics and Protestants: What's the Difference?

    in Education

    Protestants believe that the Bible alone is the source of God’s revelation, and it teaches all that is necessary for our salvation, and the Bible is the standard by which all Christian behavior must be measured. This belief is called “sola scriptura” and is one of the “five solas” that came out of the Protestant Reformation.  2 Timothy 3: 16-17 KJV STATES:  All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:  That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works.  The five solas are as follows: 1) Sola scriptura ("by Scripture alone") 2) Sola fide (by faith alone) 3) Soli Deo gloria ("glory to God alone")  4) Sola Christus or Solo Christo (“Christ alone” or “through Christ alone”) 5) Soli Deo Gloria (“glory to God alone”).


    According to the Catholic Faith, the Pope is the “Vicar of Christ” (or substitute), and the Pope has the ability to speak with authority on matters of faith and practice, and he is infallible.  Catholics rely on apostolic succession as a way of establishing the Pope’s authority.  While Catholicism teaches that only the Catholic Church can properly interpret the Bible.   Protestants, however, believe that the Bible teaches: God sent the Holy Spirit to indwell all born-again believers, enabling all believers to understand the message of the Bible.  The authority of the pope is said to come from the following scripture:  Matthew 18:18 KJV:  Verily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.

  • 00:52

    Europe, California and Pope Francis with Leslie Eastman

    in Politics

    Guest: Leslie Eastman, contributor to Legal Insurrection, joins us for a look at Europe and Pope Francis.........Leslie just got back from a trip to Europe and will share her thoughts.........also, Pope Francis and some new polls........should a Pope be so political?  What is going on in California?   the drought?  climate change?....


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  • 00:30

    My Prayer Closet - Praying the Protastúnach Paidrín - Protestant Celtic Rosary

    in Christianity

    My Prayer Closet which is part of our Evangelical Church of the Celtic Cross, has a new broadcasting format. We hope you will join us and pray along. Yes it will take a little getting used to but, it is our hope and prayer that you will be receptive to it and that you find it of great spiritual help in your prayerful life and spiritual walk. Bringing you closer to our heavenly Father all the days of your life.


    Though an Unorthodox and Unauthorized Version


    We have found it to be acceptable and is approved by the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry for use with our Protestant and Non-Denominational Worshipers.


    So to our Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ, please don’t take offense. We understand Catholics and Protestants have specific theological differences and we can all get along because we share the same purpose, that is, a life with Christ and Heaven ever after. This is to say that stating with significant difference between the two denominations; Protestants don't put as much emphasis on Mary as do Catholics.


    Protestants believe we don't need a mediator to talk to God. When the veil was torn from top to bottom (Mark 15:37-38) we believe God tore the veil as a symbolic act to say Christ's death removed the barrier that separated us from God. Now we can come to God ourselves at anytime and any place.


    The following is just our Protestant Version of the Dalriadan Celtic Rosary Prayer, using God, and Christ to worship rather than Mary, and encompass purposeful communication between God, Jesus, and you.

  • 00:45

    Those Crazy Catholics

    in Religion

    As we approach Semptember 21, 2014, more and more blogs are coming out of the Catholic Community.  In other news sorces you find other professionals debuking the Catholics claims.  Dastur Adam Daniels of the Dakhma of Angra Mainyu gives his perspective on all this hype.  Its an interesting look into religious banter and belief from the pious side.  Lets look into the loony toones of FAITH!

  • 02:21

    How many Catholics does it take to change a light bulb?

    in Atheism

    How fucked up is the Catholic Church of Boy Fuckers?  What are your favorite religious jokes?  Do you honestly believe prayer works?  In this impromptu episide (meaning I just woke up and couldn't think of anything) tell us what pisses you off about religion and what makes you laugh at it.  Because Ken left this up to me, I want some good dick and fart jokes from the lot of you!

  • 02:01

    Andre Controversa Presents: Same Sex Marriage: Did SCOTUS Overreach?

    in Politics Conservative

    All,


    This is Andre Traversa, host of the Andre Controversa show at www.blogtalkradio.com/andrecontroversa, also linked at www.libertarianrepublican.net.


    Tonight's topic will be the SCOTUS same sex marriage ruling, with four guests weighing in on the issue.


    As usual, conservatives were more willing to go on the air than liberals, but I did manage to get one moderate/liberal voice to join our panel discussion.


    His name is Christopher Hale, and he is with Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good.


    They have what they call a more "nuanced," approach to the ruling.


    Also joining us is Travis Webber, religious freedom specialist at the Family Research Council, who will share his concerns about the ruling's potential impact on religious liberty.


    The legal angle will come from Ken Connelly, legal counsel with the Alliance Defending Freedom.


    And last but not least, we will be jointed by the brilliant economics professor Jennifer Roback Morse, founder of the Ruth Institute, who will make her case for a libertarian defense of heterosexual marriage.


    The show begins at 9-00 p.m. CT, and we're set up to run for two hours; but we may end the show early; I just don't want to be cut off the air right after the first 60 minutes.


    I may add a few surprise guests at the last minute as well.


    Please feel free to call in at 914-803-4350, and tune in at 9-00 p.m. Ct for another exercise in Controversa controversy.


    Talk to you later,


    Andre¬

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