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  1. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    What you want is someone who will not rattle your ivory tower. As I Christian I don't give up quite so easy. I believe your soul hangs in the balance and the Christ you accept is not the one the Bible portrays. Isaiah 53:2 New International Version He grew up before him like a tender shoot, and like a root out of dry ground. He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to him, nothing in his appearance that we should desire him.
  2. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    I'm sorry, but My Lord Jesus Christ is the head of the CHURCH (the body of ALL believers). I recognize HIS work that HE accomplished on the cross and then arose from the dead. I do not accept the organization that Mr. Joseph Smith established as Christ's church.
  3. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    And what do you really believe. What exactly is GOD? Who is Jesus? What must one do to be saved? Tell me this using only your BOOK of MORMON.
  4. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    I find that a perfect name for it. Evangelicals will say that Bible is HIS story. That is the only reason the Bible exists. Without Christ, what point is there to the Book of Jesus Christ.
  5. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    I don't say I'm right. I tell you what I believe and why I believe it. And it isn't simply based on feelings. You tell me YOU'RE right.
  6. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    I'm a Bible based Saint who lives in these latter days. I believe all Born-again believers are the only Saints there are presently residing on this planet. Mormons may label themselves whatever they wish; however, I cannot as a Christian extend to you a title which is founded on a book that isn't either Christian nor Biblical. I think you have it backwards... I'm not the one complaining, I like Paul and Peter inform what the Bible has to say. Mormons seem to do the complaining...
  7. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    You could certainly fool me! They certainly seem to know when to shut down a thread to demonstrate exactly how much they don't care....
  8. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    By grace are ye saved and not of works lest any man should boast. Shallow in what way exactly? I Corinthians 1:27 Instead, God chose things the world considers foolish in order to shame those who think they are wise.
  9. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    The problem is, GOD didn't infer such in the Bible. God didn't reiterate such in the book of Mormon. And Joseph Smith found the plates, gave back the plates, translated the plates, and became the leader telling everyone he was put in charge and had everything right and everyone else was wrong. And you don't question this train of logic at all? Remember the Holy Spirit speaks to the heart and not through one's feelings. Even Moses was given a staff and GOD's name.
  10. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    I'm sure Calm is seeking some excuse.
  11. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    Oddly, the actual Mormon account is neither the first nor last book found in The BOOK of MORMON. Why not simply call it The Tale's of Nephi.
  12. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    No, I will not quit using cap where I'm trying to emphasize a point. If that bothers you perhaps you might just consider that there are not a few things you do that bother me; however, I just overlook what I might consider rude to some immaturity on your part. I imagine that you'd have a problem with cursive as well...
  13. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    Seriously! Protestants certainly accept Bible training and or a seminary education; however, none of these groups believe they've cornered the market on "AUTHORITY". We certainly believe that the Holy Spirit plays an influence in who may become become a pastor, youth pastor, missionary, deacon; however, aside from that we acknowledge that the Bible is authoritative. And when a new pastor is ordained there is certainly a laying on of hands by the area Evangelical community. but no supernatural power is being claimed or transferred --- only divine guidance and direction.
  14. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    So when did the water become His blood? Is that anything like the Roman Catholic version of transubstantiation?
  15. LittleNipper

    What? No authority needed to pass the sacrament?

    So why is it called THE BOOK OF MORMON? Why not call it THE BOOK OF THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS?
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