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If Protestantism is true, why they are not united? (2)

Discussion in 'General Theology' started by Alonso_Castillo, Jul 25, 2014.

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  1. MrMoe

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    So when Catholics say "The one true church" they mean all believers in christ and not just the roman catholic church? Thanks for clearing that up.
     
  2. ~Cassia~

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    If you were to say in God rather than in Christ I would agree.
    But the wife of God in the OT is not the same as the bride of the NT and
    it's not until eternity that all will be joined to one.
    Hence the different references to Israel and the church in Revelations before chap 22
     
  3. By Faith Alone

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    God, as Christ, was speaking to the nation as a whole. Christ was and IS God. But the Pearl of Great Price is the Bride of the Lamb and are MARTYRS, for the most part, and not the third church mentioned in my post.

    Jesus Christ is the God of Genesis 1:1. The NT and OT divisions are UNINSPIRED. The NT is a continuation of the OT.
     
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