- "The word lost in the New Testament does not mean that someone is
damned or doomed." Adventist Review, April 1, 1993, p 21. (NOTE: Strong's
Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible translates the word "lost" (#622) to mean
"to destroy, die, lose, mar, perish.")
- "...God is not keeping a record of our sins up there [in heaven]..."
Adventist Review, September 8, 1988, p 10.
- "...the truth, as we understand it
for this end time, is real, its relevant, its defensible, it will stand
the test of scrutiny." Robert Folkenberg, from a taped Question &
Answer talk show titled "Issues and Interviews," hosted by Don Snyder
(president of Northern California Conference), February 19, 1993 from
8:00-10:00 pm on KCDS (an SDA radio station in Angwin, California).
The Truth as God shares it is defensible!
Only Rome, or sisters of Rome proclaim THEIR understating is all powerful.
His humanity [nature] was sinless, Jesus could not experience the
inner...urgings of sinful humans." Adventist Review, February 1, 1990,
we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins,
and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness' (1 John 1:9). This is the overcoming of sin..." Cornerstone Connections Youth Quarterly, 2nd Quarter, 1994, p 62, Review and Herald Publishing Association.
statements along this same line; Adventist Review, October 27, 1983, p
5, Adventist Review, October 24, 1985, p 5, Adventist Review, June 2,
1988, p 10.)
That is Roman Catholic theology to proclaim Jesus
did not understand the urgings of man. Is it not written in Hebrews 4:15,
"For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling
of our infirmities; but was in all
points tempted like as we are, yet
- "...God took the initiative to forgive and accept them in their sins..." Adventist Review, January 7, 1988, p 14.
As an exCatholic and teacher of Catholic doctrine,
I know this is exactly what Rome teaches. They say you can be saved IN your
sins. But the Word says Christ saves us FROM our sins!
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