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Jun 21 11 4:07 AM

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si Hesus ang dahilan ng pagiging ligtas at Kristiano ng isang tao hindi dahil mabuti ang isang tao.

btw. do not generalize evangelicals kasi siya yun hindi kami malay ko ba kung tunay nga siyang mananampalataya ni Hesus.


What papaanong si Hesus mo ang dahilan ng isang kristiyano, paliwanag mo nga at magtatanong ako sa paliwanag mo hehehe...

Naku huwag daw i-generalize pero hindi ba ligtas na iyon sa inyo kasi tinaggap niya si hesus ninyo

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wala ka bang alam sa Kristinismo kaya nagsasalita ka ng kung ano ano...

Christ is the head of the Church and the cause of Christianism...

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Jun 22 11 4:34 PM

ipaskil mo nga dito na sinabi ni jesus na "kristianismo" ang itinayo niya

Say (Mohammad):"O people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians)! Come to a word that is just between us and you, that we worship none but Allah (alone), and that we associate no partners with Him, and that none of us shall take others as lords besides Allah.: Then, if they turn away, say: "Bear witness that we are Muslims." Qur'an 3:64

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wala ka bang alam sa Kristinismo kaya nagsasalita ka ng kung ano ano...

Christ is the head of the Church and the cause of Christianism...


O may hamon si brother Theoden sa inyo, huwag mong takasan :cool:

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Christianity (from the Ancient Greek word Χριστός, Khristos, "Christ", literally "anointed one") is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus as presented in canonical gospels and other New Testament writings.Adherents of the Christian faith are known as Christians.

Christianity teaches that Jesus is the Son of God, God having become human and the saviour of humanity. Because of this, Christians commonly refer to Jesus as Christ or Messiah.The three largest groups in the world of Christianity are the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox churches, and the various churches of Protestantism. The Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox patriarchates split from one another in the East–West Schism of 1054 AD, and Protestantism came into existence during the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century, splitting from the Roman Catholic Church.

Christianity began as a Jewish sect in the mid-1st century.Originating in the eastern Mediterranean coast of the Middle East (modern Israel and Palestine), it quickly spread to Syria, Mesopotamia, Asia Minor and Egypt, it grew in size and influence over a few decades, and by the 4th century had become the dominant religion within the Roman Empire.[8] During the Middle Ages, most of the remainder of Europe was Christianized, with Christians also being a sometimes large religious minority in the Middle East, North Africa, Ethiopia[9] and parts of India.[10] Following the Age of Discovery, through missionary work and colonization, Christianity spread to the Americas, Australasia, sub Saharan Africa and the rest of the world. In order to follow Jesus' command to serve others, Christians established hospitals, churches, schools, charities, orphanages, homeless shelters, and universities in the areas in which they spread Christianity.

Christians believe that Jesus is the Messiah prophesied in the Hebrew Bible, referred to as the "Old Testament" in Christianity. The foundation of Christian theology is expressed in the early Christian ecumenical creeds which contain claims predominantly accepted by followers of the Christian faith. These professions state that Jesus suffered, died, was buried, and was resurrected from the dead to open heaven to those who believe in him and trust him for the remission of their sins (salvation).

They further maintain that Jesus bodily ascended into heaven where he rules and reigns with God the Father. Most denominations teach that Jesus will return to judge all humans, living and dead, and grant eternal life to his followers. He is considered the model of a virtuous life, and both the revealer and physical incarnation of God. Christians call the message of Jesus Christ the Gospel ("good news") and hence refer to the earliest written accounts of his ministry as gospels.

As of the early 21st century, Christianity has approximately 2.2 billion adherents Christianity represents about a quarter to a third of the world's population and is the world's largest religion. Christianity is the state religion of several countries.

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Jun 23 11 5:11 PM

Ang makakabuti sa iyo Pastor James tigilan mo na ang pangangaral mo kung hindi karin sasagot sa katanungan sa inyo ng deretsahan, kasi kung copy, cut and paste lang ang alam mo ay mas makakabuti ibigay mo na lang ang websites na pinagkunan mo.

Pakisagot naman iyong post ni Theoden.

Chapter 112 (Suratul Ikhlas)

In the name of Allah, the Benificent, the Merciful

112.1-4 . Say : He is Allah , the One! Allah , he eternally Besought of all! He begetteth not nor was begotten. And there is none comparable unto Him .

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Jun 23 11 5:35 PM

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Adherents of the Christian faith are known as Christians.


kaninong christian faith sa inyo o sa mga inC, catholic, ADD etc?

Christianity teaches that Jesus is the Son of God, God having become human and the saviour of humanity. Because of this, Christians commonly refer to Jesus as Christ or Messiah.The three largest groups in the world of Christianity are the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox churches, and the various churches of Protestantism. The Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox patriarchates split from one another in the East–West Schism of 1054 AD, and Protestantism came into existence during the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century, splitting from the Roman Catholic Church.


NAniniwala ka dito? akala ko ba ang kinaaaniban mo lang ang tunay na tagasunod ni Kristo? Tapos ngayon your embracing their belief and you accept the other christian belief same as yours? he he di ka talaga nagbabasa bago mag post james

Christianity began as a Jewish sect in the mid-1st century.Originating in the eastern Mediterranean coast of the Middle East (modern Israel and Palestine), it quickly spread to Syria, Mesopotamia, Asia Minor and Egypt, it grew in size and influence over a few decades, and by the 4th century had become the dominant religion within the Roman Empire.[8] During the Middle Ages, most of the remainder of Europe was Christianized, with Christians also being a sometimes large religious minority in the Middle East, North Africa, Ethiopia[9] and parts of India.[10] Following the Age of Discovery, through missionary work and colonization, Christianity spread to the Americas, Australasia, sub Saharan Africa and the rest of the world. In order to follow Jesus' command to serve others, Christians established hospitals, churches, schools, charities, orphanages, homeless shelters, and universities in the areas in which they spread Christianity.


don't forget na established din ang christianity sa ibang bansa sa pamamagitan ng digmaan at sa ilalim ng tabak

As of the early 21st century, Christianity has approximately 2.2 billion adherents Christianity represents about a quarter to a third of the world's population and is the world's largest religion. Christianity is the state religion of several countries.


talaga 2.2 ang member ng religion mo, ibig sabihin kaisa kayo ng mga katoliko and other christian sects? o ayan ah ikaw na mismo ang nagpaskil na hindi ka against sa ibang christian sects kasi tinawag mo silang christians, unless iba ang gumawa ng ipinaskil mo dito at as usual nag copy paste ka na naman ni wala ka man lang ipinaskil na reference site hindi mo ba alam na pangongopya iyan? turo ba sa relihiyon mo na magnakaw ng gawa ng iba?

Say (Mohammad):"O people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians)! Come to a word that is just between us and you, that we worship none but Allah (alone), and that we associate no partners with Him, and that none of us shall take others as lords besides Allah.: Then, if they turn away, say: "Bear witness that we are Muslims." Qur'an 3:64

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Jun 25 11 3:12 PM

I posted the whole Christianity and not embracing their whole doctrine, their beliefs na nasa Bibliya ang pinaniniwalaan ko esp. protestant and evangelicals.

oo the roman catholic in the crusade period did that war against their enemy kung baga lesser evil kumpara sa jihad o sa invasion ng mga muslim sa jerusalem.

protestant has 593 to 800M members worldwide at credible ang wiki as source kumpara sa iba.

i am talking to whole Christianism kasi yun ang inaask.

Christ is the head and the believers the body of the head... the local and universal Church... the visible and invisible Church.

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Jun 25 11 4:56 PM

Pastor James hindi kaba makasagot ng quote by quote para makita natin kung nasusundan mo ba na mga post ni Theoden hehehe..,

Chapter 112 (Suratul Ikhlas)

In the name of Allah, the Benificent, the Merciful

112.1-4 . Say : He is Allah , the One! Allah , he eternally Besought of all! He begetteth not nor was begotten. And there is none comparable unto Him .

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I posted the whole Christianity and not embracing their whole doctrine, their beliefs na nasa Bibliya ang pinaniniwalaan ko esp. protestant and evangelicals.


whole christianity, akala ko ba kayo lang ang christian? selective ka din pala naman eh kung makatuligsa ka sa kanila kala mo kung sino

oo the roman catholic in the crusade period did that war against their enemy kung baga lesser evil kumpara sa jihad o sa invasion ng mga muslim sa jerusalem.


ha ha grabe ka din naman no. Pag kayo lesser evil lang ang tawag mo. Bakit ano ba ang tawag mo sa pagsakop ng espanya sa pilipinas lesser eveil din? Tandaan mo sinakop nila tayo dahil at para sa hari at bansa nila as well as para sa relihiyong kristianismo. May pa lesser lesser ka pa diyan. Kahit anong lesser iyan evil pa din yan. o ba't napasok na naman ang jihad dito tapos sasabihin mo di mo kami sinisiraan

i am talking to whole Christianism kasi yun ang inaask.


yah kapag ang pinagusapan whole christianity at dahil naman lahat ay nagkeclaim na christian daw sila edi sama nga naman. Kaso sablay eh kung talagang naninindigan kang kayo lang ang tunay na kristiano hindi mo dapat isinama ang ibang sekta na di kaanib sa inyo kahit na may kahintulad ito sa pinaniniwalaan mo.

Say (Mohammad):"O people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians)! Come to a word that is just between us and you, that we worship none but Allah (alone), and that we associate no partners with Him, and that none of us shall take others as lords besides Allah.: Then, if they turn away, say: "Bear witness that we are Muslims." Qur'an 3:64

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Jun 25 11 5:35 PM

james wrote:

oo the roman catholic in the crusade period did that war against their enemy kung baga lesser evil kumpara sa jihad o sa invasion ng mga muslim sa jerusalem.


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ha ha grabe ka din naman no. Pag kayo lesser evil lang ang tawag mo. Bakit ano ba ang tawag mo sa pagsakop ng espanya sa pilipinas lesser eveil din? Tandaan mo sinakop nila tayo dahil at para sa hari at bansa nila as well as para sa relihiyong kristianismo. May pa lesser lesser ka pa diyan. Kahit anong lesser iyan evil pa din yan. o ba't napasok na naman ang jihad dito tapos sasabihin mo di mo kami sinisiraan


Kitam binanggit naman ang JIHAD pero kapag pinag-usapan ang JIHAD ay sasabihin na wala naman siyang sinabi na laban sa Islam, masyado talagang sinungaling ang pastor na ito

Chapter 112 (Suratul Ikhlas)

In the name of Allah, the Benificent, the Merciful

112.1-4 . Say : He is Allah , the One! Allah , he eternally Besought of all! He begetteth not nor was begotten. And there is none comparable unto Him .

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Jun 27 11 12:09 AM

Bago tayo pumunta sa kung ano ano at magbintang let us know first saan ba nagmula ang Kristianismo? sino ba ang tunay na Kristiano? the crusade are nothing to do with us at ang mga spanyol na nananakop sa bansa dahil hindi naman talaga sila TUNAY na Kristiano. ang sabi ko nga ang tunay na Kristiano ay mga sumampalataya kay Hesus kaya wag ng magbint*ngan ng ganito ganyan dahil maging mga muslim pumapatay para sa kanilang relihiyon base sa kasaysayan.


The history of Christianity is really the history of Western civilization. Christianity has had an all-pervasive influence on society at large—art, language, politics, law, family life, calendar dates, music, and the very way we think have all been colored by Christian influence for nearly two millennia. The story of the church, therefore, is an important one to know.

History of Christianity - The Beginning of the Church
The church began 50 days after Jesus’ resurrection (c. A.D. 35). Jesus had promised that He would build His church (Matthew 16:1, and with the coming of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-4), the church—ekklesia (the “called-out assembly”)—officially began. Three thousand people responded to Peter’s sermon that day and chose to follow Christ.

The initial converts to Christianity were Jews or proselytes to Judaism, and the church was centered in Jerusalem. Because of this, Christianity was seen at first as a Jewish sect, akin to the Pharisees, the Sadducees, or the Essenes. However, what the apostles preached was radically different from what other Jewish groups were teaching. Jesus was the Jewish Messiah (the anointed King) who had come to fulfill the Law (Matthew 5:17) and institute a new covenant based on His death (Mark 14:24). This message, with its charge that they had killed their own Messiah, infuriated many Jewish leaders, and some, like Saul of Tarsus, took action to stamp out “the Way” (Acts 9:1-2).

It is quite proper to say that Christianity has its roots in Judaism. The Old Testament laid the groundwork for the New, and it is impossible to fully understand Christianity without a working knowledge of the Old Testament (see the books of Matthew and Hebrews). The Old Testament explains the necessity of a Messiah, contains the history of the Messiah’s people, and predicts the Messiah’s coming. The New Testament, then, is all about the coming of Messiah and His work to save us from sin. In His life, Jesus fulfilled over 300 specific prophecies, proving that He was the One the Old Testament had anticipated.

History of Christianity - The Growth of the Early Church
Not long after Pentecost, the doors to the church were opened to non-Jews. The evangelist Philip preached to the Samaritans (Acts 8:5), and many of them believed in Christ. The apostle Peter preached to the Gentile household of Cornelius (Acts 10), and they, too, received the Holy Spirit. The apostle Paul (the former persecutor of the church) spread the gospel all over the Greco-Roman world, reaching as far as Rome itself (Acts 28:16) and possibly all the way to Spain.

By A.D. 70, the year Jerusalem was destroyed, most of the books of the New Testament had been completed and were circulating among the churches. For the next 240 years, Christians were persecuted by Rome—sometimes at random, sometimes by government edict.

In the 2nd and 3rd centuries, the church leadership became more and more hierarchical as numbers increased. Several heresies were exposed and refuted during this time, and the New Testament canon was agreed upon. Persecution continued to intensify.

History of Christianity - The Rise of the Roman Church
In A.D. 312, the Roman Emperor Constantine claimed to have had a conversion experience. About 70 years later, during the reign of Theodosius, Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire. Bishops were given places of honor in the government, and by A.D. 400, the terms “Roman” and “Christian” were virtually synonymous.

After Constantine, then, Christians were no longer persecuted. In time, it was the pagans who came under persecution unless they “converted” to Christianity. Such forced conversions led to many people entering the church without a true change of heart. The pagans brought with them their idols and the practices they were accustomed to, and the church changed; icons, elaborate architecture, pilgrimages, and the veneration of saints were added to the simplicity of early church worship. About this same time, some Christians retreated from Rome, choosing to live in isolation as monks, and infant baptism was introduced as a means of washing away original sin.

Through the next centuries, various church councils were held in an attempt to determine the church’s official doctrine, to censure clerical abuses, and to make peace between warring factions. As the Roman Empire grew weaker, the church became more powerful, and many disagreements broke out between the churches in the West and those in the East. The Western (Latin) church, based in Rome, claimed apostolic authority over all other churches. The bishop of Rome had even begun calling himself the “Pope” (the Father). This did not sit well with the Eastern (Greek) church, based in Constantinople. Theological, political, procedural, and linguistic divides all contributed to the Great Schism in 1054, in which the Roman Catholic (“Universal”) Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church excommunicated each other and broke all ties.

History of Christianity - The Middle Ages
During the Middle Ages in Europe, the Roman Catholic Church continued to hold power, with the popes claiming authority over all levels of life and living as kings. Corruption and greed in the church leadership was commonplace. From 1095 to 1204 the popes endorsed a series of bloody and expensive crusades in an effort to repel Muslim advances and liberate Jerusalem.

History of Christianity - The Reformation
Through the years, several individuals had tried to call attention to the theological, political, and human rights abuses of the Roman Church. All had been silenced in one way or another. But in 1517, a German monk named Martin Luther took a stand against the church, and everyone heard. With Luther came the Protestant Reformation, and the Middle Ages were brought to a close.

The Reformers, including Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli, differed in many finer points of theology, but they were consistent in their emphasis on the Bible’s supreme authority over church tradition and the fact that sinners are saved by grace through faith alone apart from works (Ephesians 2:8-9).

Although Catholicism made a comeback in Europe, and a series of wars between Protestants and Catholics ensued, the Reformation had successfully dismantled the power of the Roman Catholic Church and helped open the door to the modern age.

History of Christianity - The Age of Missions
From 1790 to 1900, the church showed an unprecedented interest in missionary work. Colonization had opened eyes to the need for missions, and industrialization had provided people with the financial ability to fund the missionaries. Missionaries went around the world preaching the gospel, and churches were established throughout the world.

History of Christianity - The Modern Church
Today, the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church have taken steps to mend their broken relationship, as have Catholics and Lutherans. The evangelical church is strongly independent and rooted firmly in Reformed theology. The church has also seen the rise of Pentecostalism, the charismatic movement, ecumenicalism, and various cults.

History of Christianity - What We Learn from Our History
If we learn nothing else from church history, we should at least recognize the importance of letting “the word of Christ dwell in [us] richly” (Colossians 3:16). Each of us is responsible to know what the Scripture says and to live by it. When the church forgets what the Bible teaches and ignores what Jesus taught, chaos reigns.

There are many churches today, but only one gospel. It is “the faith that was once for all entrusted to the saints” (Jude 3). May we be careful to preserve that faith and pass it on without alteration, and the Lord will continue to fulfill His promise to build His church.

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Jun 27 11 1:25 AM

O bakit naman tinakasan mo ulit iyong binanggit mo na JIHAD sukol ka naman kaya dinaan mo naman sa copy, cut and paste

Chapter 112 (Suratul Ikhlas)

In the name of Allah, the Benificent, the Merciful

112.1-4 . Say : He is Allah , the One! Allah , he eternally Besought of all! He begetteth not nor was begotten. And there is none comparable unto Him .

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Jun 27 11 7:43 AM

ha ha ha again umarangkada na naman si mr. iwas. sabi ko naman sa iyo james di ako naniniwala sa mga sinasabi mo dahil lahat contradiction sa sarili mong statements. Now itinatakwil mo ang mga kristianong espanyol na sumakop sa atin at sa mga christian crusader sa pamamagitan ng pag didifferentiate sa chruch mo sa church nila. And yet sa isang post mo ipinangangalandakan mo na kaisa mo sila sa pagangkin sa pagiging kristianismo. remember isa sa ipinaskil mo "Kayo" kamong mga kristiano ay nasa 2.2 billion na which means lahat ng christians regarding what sect ang kinaaaniban niya ay still christian. Haaaay iwas iwas iwas sino ngayon ang baling paksa na naman? o! o! o! baka dadaanin mo na naman ako sa emotional preaching mo ha?

Say (Mohammad):"O people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians)! Come to a word that is just between us and you, that we worship none but Allah (alone), and that we associate no partners with Him, and that none of us shall take others as lords besides Allah.: Then, if they turn away, say: "Bear witness that we are Muslims." Qur'an 3:64

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Alam ko mahirap iwasan ang kasalanan, lalo na kung hindi ka desididong magbago at labanan ang sariling pagnanasa o maling gawa para ma satisfy ang sariling pleasure, subalit kailangan nating magbago paunti unti bilang bunga ng pananampalataya at pagtanggap kay Hesu- Kristo, ako man inaamin ko na nahihirapan akong sumunod at marami akong pagkukulang subalit nais kong sundin ang kalooban ng Diyos sa buhay ko.

Hindi ko naman sinabing magpakabanal tayo dahil walang banal sa sarili niya, manalangin tayo at hingin sa Diyos ang Kanyang pagpapala, pag- iingat at gabay, nauunawaan Niya ang ating kalagayan subalit nauunawaan ba natin ang mga nangyayari sa ating buhay?

Imbis na magreklamo at sisihin Siya o kung sino sino ay sumunod sa mabuti Niyang plano at purpose sa atin, ang Kanyang banal na Salita ay ating basahin, pagbulay- bulayan at IPAMUHAY! at ating makakamtan ang tunay na pag- ibig at tagumpay...

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James307 wrote:
Alam ko mahirap iwasan ang kasalanan, lalo na kung hindi ka desididong magbago at labanan ang sariling pagnanasa o maling gawa para ma satisfy ang sariling pleasure, subalit kailangan nating magbago paunti unti bilang bunga ng pananampalataya at pagtanggap kay Hesu- Kristo, ako man inaamin ko na nahihirapan akong sumunod at marami akong pagkukulang subalit nais kong sundin ang kalooban ng Diyos sa buhay ko.


Ano naman iyan pinagsasabi mo Pastor James, kahit naman hindi gawing
Diyos si Hesus ay marami naman ang nagbabago, ikaw rin inamin mo na nahihirapan ka na sundin ang Diyos kaya nga si Pablo ang sinusunod mo at hindi ang tunay na Diyos.


James307 wrote:
Hindi ko naman sinabing magpakabanal tayo dahil walang banal sa sarili niya, manalangin tayo at hingin sa Diyos ang Kanyang pagpapala, pag- iingat at gabay, nauunawaan Niya ang ating kalagayan subalit nauunawaan ba natin ang mga nangyayari sa ating buhay?


So, papaano ba ang tamang gawin ang manalangin lang ba at talikdan ang kautusang ng Diyos.


James307 wrote:
Imbis na magreklamo at sisihin Siya o kung sino sino ay sumunod sa mabuti Niyang plano at purpose sa atin, ang Kanyang banal na Salita ay ating basahin, pagbulay- bulayan at IPAMUHAY! at ating makakamtan ang tunay na pag- ibig at tagumpay...


Tama ka na hindi siya dapat sisihin pero kaakibat ng pagsunod sa Diyos ay ang sundin ang kalooban niya at hindi ang kalooban ninyo :-?

Chapter 112 (Suratul Ikhlas)

In the name of Allah, the Benificent, the Merciful

112.1-4 . Say : He is Allah , the One! Allah , he eternally Besought of all! He begetteth not nor was begotten. And there is none comparable unto Him .

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Guys visit niyo ang www.thebereans.net for complete information about this guys...

their just posting nonsense post and attacks instead of having intelligent discussion... winawalang kabuluhan ang mga reference kasi hindi naiintindihan, binasa at hindi kayang i refute.

kaya yan nag focus sa tao instead sa usapin, kung ano ano pang sinasabi... ganyan ang kulto kaya mag ingat sa kanila.

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