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From: Fred A Stover
To: duke
Date: 2007-03-31 17:29:06
Subject: Re: Roman Catholicism vs. The Bible

From: "Fred A Stover" <fredstover{at}email.com>



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"duke" <duckgumbo32{at}cox.net> wrote in message
news:n7is03hibcgbg486hgi07v9jknull4v019{at}4ax.com...
> On Fri, 30 Mar 2007 19:58:02 -0700, r{at}somis.org (.R L Measures) wrote:
>
> >> >??  In 1545, the Roman Catholic Church announced that it was
authorized by
> >> >God to make any change it saw fit to whatever and that He
would give
them
> >> >the nod.
>
> >> Translation.
>
> >.  Catholic Tradition is as good as the gospels.  This conclusion was
> >based on an imaginative interpretation of two similar passages in
Matthew.
> >{16:19 and 18:18}
>
> Matthew 18:18 (New International Version)
>  18"I tell you the truth, whatever you bind on earth will be[a]bound in
heaven,
> and whatever you loose on earth will be[b] loosed in heaven.
>
> In place for 2000 years now on a direct assignment basis.

Over 2000 years, prior to that, but what Moses loosed contrary to scripture
was not loosed in heaven



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