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TokiEl

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So who does represent true christianity?
Catholicism did represent it against Arianism.

After a thousand years... there was a schism in the church.

Then in the 16th century the Reformation where Protestantism split from Catholicism.


Now the shepherde represent true christianity. L0L

No it's a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

That's true christianity... always was always is.
 






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Catholicism did represent it against Arianism.

After a thousand years... there was a schism in the church.

Then in the 16th century the Reformation where Protestantism split from Catholicism.


Now the shepherde represent true christianity. L0L

No it's a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

That's true christianity... always was always is.
I knew you would mention the shepherde. Lol

So, in the middle ages the catholics were the true christians?
With the crusades, and the auto-de-fe, and the inquisition and all that stuff?
 






TokiEl

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I knew you would mention the shepherde. Lol

So, in the middle ages the catholics were the true christians?
With the crusades, and the auto-de-fe, and the inquisition and all that stuff?
2 Cor 13 5Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith; test yourselves. Can’t you see for yourselves that Jesus Christ is in you— unless you actually fail the test?


If Jesus Christ is in you... you are a true christian.

He cannot be within catholicism protestantism or any other ism right... it's only on an individual person to person basis.
 






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2 Cor 13 5Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith; test yourselves. Can’t you see for yourselves that Jesus Christ is in you— unless you actually fail the test?


If Jesus Christ is in you... you are a true christian.

He cannot be within catholicism protestantism or any other ism right... it's only on an individual person to person basis.
Ok.
That makes sense.
Thanks
 






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