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Good arguments on salvation to use against Protestants
« on: September 21, 2018, 05:20:10 PM »
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  • It's from the Dimonds and I understand most here don't like them, but their arguments here have nothing to do with sedevacantism and just back up basic Catholic dogma against Protestant heresy. Should be useful if you're ever in a debate with a "Reformed" Protestant. 

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    Re: Good arguments on salvation to use against Protestants
    « Reply #1 on: July 07, 2019, 09:27:57 PM »
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  • I have no idea why those who want to be Traditional Catholics don't like the Dimonds. Their material is spot-on. They may be a direct and even rude, but I can imagine that Saint John the Baptism wouldn't have won "miss congeniality" either. Loo, the times are evil and desperate. There is not time to "play nice." Catholics need to learn their faith, reject error, and make sure that they are in the state of grace. The Dimond's information is like a bright light in the darkness of our times. I really don't care if they are "nice." 


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    Re: Good arguments on salvation to use against Protestants
    « Reply #2 on: July 08, 2019, 06:46:29 AM »
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  • I have no idea why those who want to be Traditional Catholics don't like the Dimonds. Their material is spot-on. They may be a direct and even rude, but I can imagine that Saint John the Baptism wouldn't have won "miss congeniality" either. Loo, the times are evil and desperate. There is not time to "play nice." Catholics need to learn their faith, reject error, and make sure that they are in the state of grace. The Dimond's information is like a bright light in the darkness of our times. I really don't care if they are "nice."
    People dislike and disagree with their dogmatic sedevacantism. 

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    Re: Good arguments on salvation to use against Protestants
    « Reply #3 on: July 08, 2019, 03:34:03 PM »
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  • I have no idea why those who want to be Traditional Catholics don't like the Dimonds. Their material is spot-on. They may be a direct and even rude, but I can imagine that Saint John the Baptism wouldn't have won "miss congeniality" either. Loo, the times are evil and desperate. There is not time to "play nice." Catholics need to learn their faith, reject error, and make sure that they are in the state of grace. The Dimond's information is like a bright light in the darkness of our times. I really don't care if they are "nice."
    Because they are BoD and BoB deniers. They deny the magisterium of the Church with their refusal to accept them 
    Jorge Bergoglio isn’t even a real priest.

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    Re: Good arguments on salvation to use against Protestants
    « Reply #4 on: July 13, 2019, 12:53:51 AM »
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  • I have no idea why those who want to be Traditional Catholics don't like the Dimonds. Their material is spot-on. They may be a direct and even rude, but I can imagine that Saint John the Baptism wouldn't have won "miss congeniality" either. Loo, the times are evil and desperate. There is not time to "play nice." Catholics need to learn their faith, reject error, and make sure that they are in the state of grace. The Dimond's information is like a bright light in the darkness of our times. I really don't care if they are "nice."
    My opinion is mixed . Some of what they say is brilliant.  Other stuff makes no sense.  Take the meat.  Spit out the bones.


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    Re: Good arguments on salvation to use against Protestants
    « Reply #5 on: July 13, 2019, 01:35:36 AM »
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  • My opinion is mixed . Some of what they say is brilliant.  Other stuff makes no sense.  Take the meat.  Spit out the bones.
    Why make work for yourself. You don't need them. Stick with  100% Catholic faith. Stay away from them.

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    Re: Good arguments on salvation to use against Protestants
    « Reply #6 on: July 13, 2019, 01:53:59 PM »
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  • Why make work for yourself. You don't need them. Stick with  100% Catholic faith. Stay away from them.
    I think sometimes they have effective arguments against certain Protestant errors. 

     

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