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Saturday, November 10, 2012

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thesauros

thank you. excellent post. my catholic friends frequently mention you as a positive influence in their lives.
God bless.

withhope

Thank you and God, Father, Son and Holy Ghost bless you!

When people speak the 'equivalence' of 'faiths', I think - where is GOD-Father-Son-Holy Ghost = GOD. Anything other is, what else is there? Satan.

Cassiodorus

An alternative view that is inclusivist and not syncretist is presented in James Cutsinger's, "The Perennial Philosophy and Christianity".

Richard E.

When I read this: ". God does not punish pagans unjustly. He does not punish them for not believing in a Jesus they never heard of, through no fault of their own (invincible ignorance)" I was reminded of the words that Blessed Pope John Paul II wrote in one of his encyclicals, and have used his words in discussion about salvation. Thank you

Roos

Thanks Roger, I certainly will. I eneyjod listening to Mr Lennox's reasoning on science and religion in this video. He has a delightful demeanor.The history or evidence of Jesus raising from the dead is a very good point of what the atheist or agnostic needs to try and disprove in the reasoning of our faith. Simple proofs we sometimes overlook. Faith is a gift from God.It does not matter if your a scientist or a grocery clerk,we as believers should be prepared to answer questions like Mr Lennox does so effectively >Thanks again for this website

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