Salvation is not just "faith alone" by Lewis Loflin Central to Protestant Churches is the claim "faith alone. In KJV electronic bible with word search I use there is no such term as "faith alone," "by faith only," etc.
In many interviews inaccurate or inventedthey describe me as answering in the affirmative. I suppose to please readers by providing them with a precise and pleasing explanation.
In reality, my reply has always been in the negative, but this ought not to be interpreted as a lack of gratitude, and in fact in another book of mine  I have emphasized the great charity of the Holy Father and my admiration for him and his work.
As from the Cross of Christ, so from the Chair of Peter, proceed spiritual rays that aim at reaching and illuminating and doing good to all without distinction. Peace is harmony, peace is salvation, to those near, to those afar off.
I want to heal them all. The Catholic Church loves all souls. She suffers with all and for all; she awaits her children on the sacred threshold of Peter with love, and her children are all men.
Wisdom, in the Proverbs of Solomon, invites all to her table. The Church, through her visible Head, offers her love and truth and freedom to all.
Jesus Christ spoke of Himself as the "door"; and, again, He said: The Vicar of Christ wants all men to be within the sphere of human and divine charity. Only charity makes men free.
At the very hour in which the terrible sacrificial rite of blood was initiated, the destruction en masse in the name of race, of nation, of the state, concentrating the three into one factor: Volumes could be written on the multiform works of succour of Plus XII. The Catholic priesthood throughout the whole world, religious men and women and the Catholic laity, stand behind the great Pontiff Who could ever tell what has been done?
The rule of severe enclosure falls, every thing and all things are at the service of charity. As the sufferings grow, so grows the light from the heart of Christ, and from His Vicar; more vigilant and ready for sacrifice and martyrdom are his sons and daughters in Christ.
Young Levites and white-haired priests, religious of all orders, in all lands, dedicated Sisters, all in quest of good works and ready for sacrifice.
There are no barriers, no distinctions. All sufferers are children of God in the eyes of the Church, children in Christ, for them and with them all suffer and die. No hero in history has commanded such an army; none is more militant, more fought against, none more heroic than that conducted by Plus XII in the name of Christian charity.
An old priest who could do nothing further gathered around him in the church the women and children of the village the men had been slaughtered outside the village so that they might die together in the presence of the crucifix.
His dead body is thrown upon the altar, where once he celebrated the Holy Sacrifice, and there he lies, himself sacrificed. An army of priests works in cities and small towns to provide bread for the persecuted and passports for the fugitives.
Sisters go into unheated canteens to give hospitality to women refugees. Orphans of all nations and religions are gathered together and cared for.
No economic sacrifice is considered too great to help the innocent to flee to foreign lands from those who seek their death. A religious, a most learned man, works incessantly to save Jews, and himself dies a martyr. Sisters endure hunger to feed the refugees. Superiors go out in the night to meet strange soldiers who demand victims.
They manage, at the risk of their lives, to convey the impression that they have none--they, who have several in their care.General. Argument from Insufficient Knowledge of the Bible for the Nonexistence of the God of Christianity () by Horia George Plugaru.
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The mid-point between the demand and supply for that currency is called the mid-market rate and is the real rate which banks use to trade money between themselves. Boston University philosopher Michael Martin holds that previous attacks on Christianity have been disappointing because they have not been systematic.
In The Case Against Christianity Martin tries to remedy the deficiency with a critique that is both comprehensive and deep. ) with thoughts on the "eternal damnation" of Jews, Mircea Eliade spoke out against this perspective, and commented that Ionescu's references to the verdict "Outside the Church there is no salvation" contradicted the notion of God's leslutinsduphoenix.comry movement: Modernism, Criterion, Trăirism.
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