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June 15, 2006

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bls

But doesn't "catholic" actually mean "universal"? With the implication that all people, everywhere, can accept Christian belief? That, in fact, it's not particular to some small group, but works, in various forms, for everybody?

Maybe I'm nuts, but that's what I always thought....

john s.

CHRISTIANS, JESUS CHRIST DID PAY THE FULL PRICE FOR OUR PITIFUL SIN. NOTHING MORE CAN BE ADDED, ACCORDING TO PAUL. NOW WE ARE PRONOUNCED CLEANSED, WE WHO REPENT, AND BELIEVE.
OUR LOVELY SAVIOR, WHOSE BLOOD SOAKED THE GROUND AROUND THE CROSS, BECAME OUR STAND IN, OUR SUBSTITUTE, FOR WE WERE THE SINNERS, WHO HAD A PRICE TO PAY. YET, HE WAS A LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER...IN OUR PLACE. NOW, WE ARE FREED FROM THE ETERNAL DEATH PENALTY, WHEN WE REPENT, BECAUSE OF GODS GREAT AND PERFECT LOVE FOR MANKIND.

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