Prayers needed NOW


#1

I’m on hold, about to go on radio. This Anglican made some comments about the Catholic teaching on tradition.

Thanks
blessings


#2

Listening now…Which one are you?


#3

May the Holy Spirit guide what you say and open the hearts and minds of those listening. Amen.


#4

Was that you on the ECF and where he says that some of them weren’t “orthodox” on things like the trinity?


#5

No. I was Gerald/Jerry

I think you just missed me. I was on just before that guy.
I think it went okay but wish I could have had a counter rebuttal. Brock went off on a nonsensical rant about purgatory that it is about men being saved. I sent him an email.

Thanks for the prayers.


#6

It was funny at the end some guy called in and said “catholics think we are saved by works”. Then he mentioned Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Well he was talking to a Lutheran and an Anglican. The little fray that ensued was interesting to say the least. The guy complained about the confusion because the other programs on the station are reformed/calvinist types who say Baptism is a work and not neccessary for salvation. In fact the one guy says we’re not really even saved by faith because that is an act of ours. We are saved totally by God. Of course they have a guy on who also preaches open theism (i.e. the idea that God doesn’t know everything). I can see how they would be confused.

Thanks again for the prayers.

Blessings


#7

[quote=thessalonian]It was funny at the end some guy called in and said “catholics think we are saved by works”. Then he mentioned Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Well he was talking to a Lutheran and an Anglican. The little fray that ensued was interesting to say the least. The guy complained about the confusion because the other programs on the station are reformed/calvinist types who say Baptism is a work and not neccessary for salvation. In fact the one guy says we’re not really even saved by faith because that is an act of ours. We are saved totally by God. Of course they have a guy on who also preaches open theism (i.e. the idea that God doesn’t know everything). **I can see how they would be confused.
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Thanks again for the prayers.

Blessings
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No kidding!!!:yup::yup:


#8

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