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Rick Warren Stands with Catholics

Hey, alright. Good to see folks are aware of this issue and having the appropriate outraged response:

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Anonymous said...

I was so saddened that Obama had that hater at his inauguration. Rick Warren is not a man of any god except the dollar.

Anonymous said...

- Fact1: Old Testament written to confuse non-Jews so that non-Jews (reads like a fairytale) cannot understand the Truth
- Fact2: Christians then wrote the New Testament, founded on the Old Testament, which they could not understand
- Fact3: The Truth, as it was understood when the Old Testament was written, can be found in the book The Mishnah
- Conclusion: New Testament written as a sequel to a book Christians thought was the Truth but which was written to ensure any non-Jew cannot understand the Truth
- To understand the Truth, see http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=%22Mishnah+Eduyot+1:3%22&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CCEQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fmishnahyomit.org%2Feduyoth%2FEduyoth.doc&ei=p4U3T5DPJcm60QGC8-i9Ag&usg=AFQjCNGE9_EaQlCPPloiNdiS8cGpIJWCew

Eduyot 1:4 - 1:6 It explains that current laws from the past may be changed now. "To teach the following generations that a man should not [always] persist in his opinion, for behold, the fathers of the world did not persist in their opinion." ~ Eduyot 1:4

- Therefore: If we do not want to pay for contraceptives, all of us will have to pay more for an increasingly over-populated world. We have enough people whom are homeless and/or starving. It is in the common good to support contraception and there isn't anything in the Truth (the Mishnah, not the Old Testament or New Testament) which prohibits such.

Anonymous said...

As a kid growing up in the 1970's I remember all the talk about people starving due to over population and them saying it was inevitable within 20 years. The result after 30-40 years of observations is that obesity has become one of the biggest health concerns of the day.

Archangel said...

You may see obesity, but the fact is that there are many many more people who were starving in the last 5 years than in the 1970s.


Learn your facts buddy. One cannot argue something based on lies or "fuzzy numbers". And again, the foundation of Christianity is not founded on following some book like it's doctrine. It is founded upon critical thinking instead.

Anonymous said...

Question... do the health insurance companies which our Catholic organizations purchase also cover non-Catholic organizations?

Anonymous said...

America is a "melting pot", which differences are tolerated. In fact, many moved here to escape being treated unfairly in which certain rights were given to some, and not others.

Remember the Health Care Tax Credit of 2010 which many churches were eligible for? It was governmental assistance paid for by all taxpayers, regardless of what religion they followed.

Thus, it is only fair we support those who support us, regardless of what religion they follow. If we cannot support others who have supported us despite their belief system, some of which undoubtedly were not Catholics, than we should immediately STOP accepting their support and do it all on our own. Until then, I say we suck it up and stop whining. Otherwise, we are takers who cannot give back.

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