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Sep 21, 2023 14:51:03   #
Parky60 Loc: People's Republic of Illinois
 
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a conglomeration of Lutheran denominations, had over five million members when it was launched in 1988, joining three independent Lutheran confessions with nearly 10,000 congregations and 65 synods. But now, in spite of the word “Evangelical,” this union is in decline. One of its churches, in Edina, Minnesota, throws a pagan sparkle into the deep meaning of “decline.”

This past June, Anna Helgen, an L**T Lutheran “minister,” stood in her Lutheran pulpit, dressed in pastoral robes, and recited what she called a “Sparkle Creed” as part of the church service. This liturgy was riddled with heresy rarely, if ever, so blatantly expressed in a Christian service.

The creed begins: I believe in the non-binary God whose pronouns are plural.
This statement not only confesses God to be the merging of male and female, but by doing so also makes God “non-binary” in a deeper way. To assume that God is some kind of amalgam of sexuality taken from nature is to reduce “god” to a creation of our own minds. The Apostle Paul’s confessional statement in Romans 1:25 is totally reversed. Instead of worshiping the Creator, who is distinct from his creation, this “sparkle” confession merges creation and a non-binary “god,” thus destroying the inherent distinction of existence, namely: God is separate from his creation. Helgen’s statement is a total denial of God as Creator of all that exists, apart from him. It was amazing that God did not reach down and knock this heretic from her Christian pulpit. That would have been a worship service with lots of unexpected sparkle.

The creed continues: I believe in Jesus Christ, their child who wore a fabulous tunic and had two dads and saw everyone as a sibling-child of God.
Once “God” is defined by our existence, everything devolves. This statement is deliberately confusing. “Their” child; “two dads”; “sibling child”?

The majesty of the Son as a distinct member of the divine trinity is trivialized in the mention of a “fabulous tunic,” probably referring to the rainbow f**g of present-day homosexual p***e celebrations. Helgen manages to get Same-Sex Marriage into her confession, though the Spirit is never described as the Father, if those two are meant to be the “dads.”

Helgen tries to make all things spiritual, just the way pagans do. She fails to include any mention of the statements of the Apostles’ Creed: Christ’s appearance before Pilate, His atoning death, His glorious resurrection, and His ascension. There is no “forgiveness of sins,” so the Son is not the Savior, just a cool dude.

The creed continues: I believe in the rainbow spirit who shatters our image of one white light and refracts it into a rainbow of gorgeous diversity.
In her false trinitarian creed, she makes the “rain bow spirit” an affirmation of non-binary q***r theory where the triune God is blended with everything in “a gorgeous diversity.” On the contrary, to please God who is binary – separate from us – we must bear his binary image in our sexuality in maintaining the male/ female distinction.

The creed continues: I believe in the church of everyday saints as numerous, creative, and resilient as patches on the AIDS quilt. I believe in the calling to each of us that love is love is love is love, so beloved let us love.
In this creed, it is not God’s love that inspires this church but human-invented love, which includes all manner of sexual desire. She does not turn to our Lord, the very personification of love, to know what love means, as Scripture tells us: “God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Rom 5:8).

The confession ends: I believe, glorious God, help my unbelief.
The definition of this “glorious god” is provided by the prayer of another “pastor,” Jeff Sartain, who prayed for L***Q youth who come to worship, “embodied by Two-Spirit people.”

“Two spirit people” is a synonym for the American Indian term “berdache.” These were homosexual or androgynous priests of godless pagan religion, which ultimately is intent on wiping out God the distinct and unique Creator. Rather, they worship nature and everything nature produces.

Though journalists classify the beliefs of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America as “Christian liberalism,” the creed preached by Anna Helgen is pure satanism, or witchcraft. Without Helgen mentioning its name, that creed worships the pagan god, Baphomet, an ancient Satanic symbol of the divine, who is a non-binary mix of goat and human. Aleister Crowley, the famous occultist of the last century, popularized witchcraft and believed that Baphomet was an androgyne, with both male and female g*****ls. Helgen’s Lutheran heresy is catching on. Quinton Caesar, a Lutheran pastor in Germany, at the conclusion of the recent annual gathering of the nation’s Lutheran pastors, announced: “Now is the time to say... ‘God is q***r’.”

The outside world needs to know that this is heretical Christianity, and that since the earliest times, the Church has confessed the Apostles’ Creed as the essence of the Christian faith, based on the eye-witness testimony of the original apostles and the teaching of Jesus.

It is no exaggeration to say that this Lutheran “church” is engaged in a form of witchcraft, masquerading as Christian progress. May the true church be warned to maintain Scripture’s revelation of t***h in a world seeking to deny that such t***h exists. Thus, we say with the church throughout the ages:

I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth.
I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary.
He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried; he descended to hell.
The third day he rose again from the dead. He ascended to heaven and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty.
From there he will come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic church,
the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.
Amen.

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Sep 21, 2023 14:56:55   #
kemmer
 
Parky60 wrote:
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a conglomeration of Lutheran denominations, had over five million members when it was launched in 1988, joining three independent Lutheran confessions with nearly 10,000 congregations and 65 synods. But now, in spite of the word “Evangelical,” this union is in decline. One of its churches, in Edina, Minnesota, throws a pagan sparkle into the deep meaning of “decline.”

This past June, Anna Helgen, an L**T Lutheran “minister,” stood in her Lutheran pulpit, dressed in pastoral robes, and recited what she called a “Sparkle Creed” as part of the church service. This liturgy was riddled with heresy rarely, if ever, so blatantly expressed in a Christian service.

The creed begins: I believe in the non-binary God whose pronouns are plural.
This statement not only confesses God to be the merging of male and female, but by doing so also makes God “non-binary” in a deeper way. To assume that God is some kind of amalgam of sexuality taken from nature is to reduce “god” to a creation of our own minds. The Apostle Paul’s confessional statement in Romans 1:25 is totally reversed. Instead of worshiping the Creator, who is distinct from his creation, this “sparkle” confession merges creation and a non-binary “god,” thus destroying the inherent distinction of existence, namely: God is separate from his creation. Helgen’s statement is a total denial of God as Creator of all that exists, apart from him. It was amazing that God did not reach down and knock this heretic from her Christian pulpit. That would have been a worship service with lots of unexpected sparkle.

The creed continues: I believe in Jesus Christ, their child who wore a fabulous tunic and had two dads and saw everyone as a sibling-child of God.
Once “God” is defined by our existence, everything devolves. This statement is deliberately confusing. “Their” child; “two dads”; “sibling child”?

The majesty of the Son as a distinct member of the divine trinity is trivialized in the mention of a “fabulous tunic,” probably referring to the rainbow f**g of present-day homosexual p***e celebrations. Helgen manages to get Same-Sex Marriage into her confession, though the Spirit is never described as the Father, if those two are meant to be the “dads.”

Helgen tries to make all things spiritual, just the way pagans do. She fails to include any mention of the statements of the Apostles’ Creed: Christ’s appearance before Pilate, His atoning death, His glorious resurrection, and His ascension. There is no “forgiveness of sins,” so the Son is not the Savior, just a cool dude.

The creed continues: I believe in the rainbow spirit who shatters our image of one white light and refracts it into a rainbow of gorgeous diversity.
In her false trinitarian creed, she makes the “rain bow spirit” an affirmation of non-binary q***r theory where the triune God is blended with everything in “a gorgeous diversity.” On the contrary, to please God who is binary – separate from us – we must bear his binary image in our sexuality in maintaining the male/ female distinction.

The creed continues: I believe in the church of everyday saints as numerous, creative, and resilient as patches on the AIDS quilt. I believe in the calling to each of us that love is love is love is love, so beloved let us love.
In this creed, it is not God’s love that inspires this church but human-invented love, which includes all manner of sexual desire. She does not turn to our Lord, the very personification of love, to know what love means, as Scripture tells us: “God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Rom 5:8).

The confession ends: I believe, glorious God, help my unbelief.
The definition of this “glorious god” is provided by the prayer of another “pastor,” Jeff Sartain, who prayed for L***Q youth who come to worship, “embodied by Two-Spirit people.”

“Two spirit people” is a synonym for the American Indian term “berdache.” These were homosexual or androgynous priests of godless pagan religion, which ultimately is intent on wiping out God the distinct and unique Creator. Rather, they worship nature and everything nature produces.

Though journalists classify the beliefs of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America as “Christian liberalism,” the creed preached by Anna Helgen is pure satanism, or witchcraft. Without Helgen mentioning its name, that creed worships the pagan god, Baphomet, an ancient Satanic symbol of the divine, who is a non-binary mix of goat and human. Aleister Crowley, the famous occultist of the last century, popularized witchcraft and believed that Baphomet was an androgyne, with both male and female g*****ls. Helgen’s Lutheran heresy is catching on. Quinton Caesar, a Lutheran pastor in Germany, at the conclusion of the recent annual gathering of the nation’s Lutheran pastors, announced: “Now is the time to say... ‘God is q***r’.”

The outside world needs to know that this is heretical Christianity, and that since the earliest times, the Church has confessed the Apostles’ Creed as the essence of the Christian faith, based on the eye-witness testimony of the original apostles and the teaching of Jesus.

It is no exaggeration to say that this Lutheran “church” is engaged in a form of witchcraft, masquerading as Christian progress. May the true church be warned to maintain Scripture’s revelation of t***h in a world seeking to deny that such t***h exists. Thus, we say with the church throughout the ages:

I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth.
I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary.
He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried; he descended to hell.
The third day he rose again from the dead. He ascended to heaven and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty.
From there he will come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic church,
the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.
Amen.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a cong... (show quote)

Burn ‘em all at the stake because they offend you, right Parky old toad?

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Sep 21, 2023 15:29:06   #
Parky60 Loc: People's Republic of Illinois
 
kemmer wrote:
Burn ‘em all at the stake because they offend you, right Parky old toad?

Slither back into your hole... no one wants to hear what your reprobate mind is thinking.

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Sep 21, 2023 15:47:10   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
kemmer wrote:
Burn ‘em all at the stake because they offend you, right Parky old toad?


It won’t be a stake but a lake!

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Sep 21, 2023 16:00:09   #
LostAggie66 Loc: Corpus Christi, TX (Shire of Seawinds)
 
Parky60 wrote:
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a conglomeration of Lutheran denominations, had over five million members when it was launched in 1988, joining three independent Lutheran confessions with nearly 10,000 congregations and 65 synods. But now, in spite of the word “Evangelical,” this union is in decline. One of its churches, in Edina, Minnesota, throws a pagan sparkle into the deep meaning of “decline.”

This past June, Anna Helgen, an L**T Lutheran “minister,” stood in her Lutheran pulpit, dressed in pastoral robes, and recited what she called a “Sparkle Creed” as part of the church service. This liturgy was riddled with heresy rarely, if ever, so blatantly expressed in a Christian service.

The creed begins: I believe in the non-binary God whose pronouns are plural.
This statement not only confesses God to be the merging of male and female, but by doing so also makes God “non-binary” in a deeper way. To assume that God is some kind of amalgam of sexuality taken from nature is to reduce “god” to a creation of our own minds. The Apostle Paul’s confessional statement in Romans 1:25 is totally reversed. Instead of worshiping the Creator, who is distinct from his creation, this “sparkle” confession merges creation and a non-binary “god,” thus destroying the inherent distinction of existence, namely: God is separate from his creation. Helgen’s statement is a total denial of God as Creator of all that exists, apart from him. It was amazing that God did not reach down and knock this heretic from her Christian pulpit. That would have been a worship service with lots of unexpected sparkle.

The creed continues: I believe in Jesus Christ, their child who wore a fabulous tunic and had two dads and saw everyone as a sibling-child of God.
Once “God” is defined by our existence, everything devolves. This statement is deliberately confusing. “Their” child; “two dads”; “sibling child”?

The majesty of the Son as a distinct member of the divine trinity is trivialized in the mention of a “fabulous tunic,” probably referring to the rainbow f**g of present-day homosexual p***e celebrations. Helgen manages to get Same-Sex Marriage into her confession, though the Spirit is never described as the Father, if those two are meant to be the “dads.”

Helgen tries to make all things spiritual, just the way pagans do. She fails to include any mention of the statements of the Apostles’ Creed: Christ’s appearance before Pilate, His atoning death, His glorious resurrection, and His ascension. There is no “forgiveness of sins,” so the Son is not the Savior, just a cool dude.

The creed continues: I believe in the rainbow spirit who shatters our image of one white light and refracts it into a rainbow of gorgeous diversity.
In her false trinitarian creed, she makes the “rain bow spirit” an affirmation of non-binary q***r theory where the triune God is blended with everything in “a gorgeous diversity.” On the contrary, to please God who is binary – separate from us – we must bear his binary image in our sexuality in maintaining the male/ female distinction.

The creed continues: I believe in the church of everyday saints as numerous, creative, and resilient as patches on the AIDS quilt. I believe in the calling to each of us that love is love is love is love, so beloved let us love.
In this creed, it is not God’s love that inspires this church but human-invented love, which includes all manner of sexual desire. She does not turn to our Lord, the very personification of love, to know what love means, as Scripture tells us: “God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Rom 5:8).

The confession ends: I believe, glorious God, help my unbelief.
The definition of this “glorious god” is provided by the prayer of another “pastor,” Jeff Sartain, who prayed for L***Q youth who come to worship, “embodied by Two-Spirit people.”

“Two spirit people” is a synonym for the American Indian term “berdache.” These were homosexual or androgynous priests of godless pagan religion, which ultimately is intent on wiping out God the distinct and unique Creator. Rather, they worship nature and everything nature produces.

Though journalists classify the beliefs of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America as “Christian liberalism,” the creed preached by Anna Helgen is pure satanism, or witchcraft. Without Helgen mentioning its name, that creed worships the pagan god, Baphomet, an ancient Satanic symbol of the divine, who is a non-binary mix of goat and human. Aleister Crowley, the famous occultist of the last century, popularized witchcraft and believed that Baphomet was an androgyne, with both male and female g*****ls. Helgen’s Lutheran heresy is catching on. Quinton Caesar, a Lutheran pastor in Germany, at the conclusion of the recent annual gathering of the nation’s Lutheran pastors, announced: “Now is the time to say... ‘God is q***r’.”

The outside world needs to know that this is heretical Christianity, and that since the earliest times, the Church has confessed the Apostles’ Creed as the essence of the Christian faith, based on the eye-witness testimony of the original apostles and the teaching of Jesus.

It is no exaggeration to say that this Lutheran “church” is engaged in a form of witchcraft, masquerading as Christian progress. May the true church be warned to maintain Scripture’s revelation of t***h in a world seeking to deny that such t***h exists. Thus, we say with the church throughout the ages:

I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth.
I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary.
He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried; he descended to hell.
The third day he rose again from the dead. He ascended to heaven and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty.
From there he will come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic church,
the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.
Amen.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a cong... (show quote)


Our current Church is ELCA affiliated and I am aware of this Creed.(I read about it)

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Sep 21, 2023 17:44:19   #
David L Loc: Central Wisconsin
 
LostAggie66 wrote:
Our current Church is ELCA affiliated and I am aware of this Creed.(I read about it)


I dropped out of that "Church" almost 50 years ago when they started preaching and teaching a******n as a right and an acceptable option for pregnant women. In my parting letter to them I reminded them that Jesus said that anyone who would harm one of these little ones, it were better for them if a mill stone had been hanged around their neck and drowned in the depths of the sea.

Jesus also took the children in his arms and blessed them.

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Sep 21, 2023 17:51:46   #
Parky60 Loc: People's Republic of Illinois
 
LostAggie66 wrote:
Our current Church is ELCA affiliated and I am aware of this Creed.(I read about it)

And you're OK with this?

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Sep 21, 2023 17:55:17   #
kemmer
 
David L wrote:
I dropped out of that "Church" almost 50 years ago when they started preaching and teaching a******n as a right and an acceptable option for pregnant women. In my parting letter to them I reminded them that Jesus said that anyone who would harm one of these little ones, it were better for them if a mill stone had been hanged around their neck and drowned in the depths of the sea.

Jesus also took the children in his arms and blessed them.

Children and fetuses; there’s quite a difference.

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Sep 21, 2023 17:55:55   #
Parky60 Loc: People's Republic of Illinois
 
kemmer wrote:
Children and fetuses; there’s quite a difference.

Human life begins at conception slick.

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Sep 21, 2023 18:01:24   #
kemmer
 
Parky60 wrote:
Human life begins at conception slick.

Many if not most disagree with you. That’s why the Republicans crashed in 2022.

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Sep 22, 2023 07:00:10   #
Big Kahuna
 
kemmer wrote:
Many if not most disagree with you. That’s why the Republicans crashed in 2022.


Since when have the majority been right?? That is exactly why a democracy won't work but a Constitutional Republic form of government is better. The majority of the people are wrong the majority of the time.

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Sep 22, 2023 09:49:32   #
currahee506
 
Thank you for your report. It is more evidence that the Christian Church has fled from the invasions of the heretics. The same kind of heretical creed can be heard in what was once a vanguard of the Protestant Christian movement led by Jonathan Edwards in the Eighteenth Century, the now laughable United Church of Christ. The decline of our nation is reflected in the decline of the Protestant Church. A Christian congregation of "heart" is outside of what used to be the Protestant Church.

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Sep 22, 2023 11:58:31   #
debeda
 
Parky60 wrote:
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a conglomeration of Lutheran denominations, had over five million members when it was launched in 1988, joining three independent Lutheran confessions with nearly 10,000 congregations and 65 synods. But now, in spite of the word “Evangelical,” this union is in decline. One of its churches, in Edina, Minnesota, throws a pagan sparkle into the deep meaning of “decline.”

This past June, Anna Helgen, an L**T Lutheran “minister,” stood in her Lutheran pulpit, dressed in pastoral robes, and recited what she called a “Sparkle Creed” as part of the church service. This liturgy was riddled with heresy rarely, if ever, so blatantly expressed in a Christian service.

The creed begins: I believe in the non-binary God whose pronouns are plural.
This statement not only confesses God to be the merging of male and female, but by doing so also makes God “non-binary” in a deeper way. To assume that God is some kind of amalgam of sexuality taken from nature is to reduce “god” to a creation of our own minds. The Apostle Paul’s confessional statement in Romans 1:25 is totally reversed. Instead of worshiping the Creator, who is distinct from his creation, this “sparkle” confession merges creation and a non-binary “god,” thus destroying the inherent distinction of existence, namely: God is separate from his creation. Helgen’s statement is a total denial of God as Creator of all that exists, apart from him. It was amazing that God did not reach down and knock this heretic from her Christian pulpit. That would have been a worship service with lots of unexpected sparkle.

The creed continues: I believe in Jesus Christ, their child who wore a fabulous tunic and had two dads and saw everyone as a sibling-child of God.
Once “God” is defined by our existence, everything devolves. This statement is deliberately confusing. “Their” child; “two dads”; “sibling child”?

The majesty of the Son as a distinct member of the divine trinity is trivialized in the mention of a “fabulous tunic,” probably referring to the rainbow f**g of present-day homosexual p***e celebrations. Helgen manages to get Same-Sex Marriage into her confession, though the Spirit is never described as the Father, if those two are meant to be the “dads.”

Helgen tries to make all things spiritual, just the way pagans do. She fails to include any mention of the statements of the Apostles’ Creed: Christ’s appearance before Pilate, His atoning death, His glorious resurrection, and His ascension. There is no “forgiveness of sins,” so the Son is not the Savior, just a cool dude.

The creed continues: I believe in the rainbow spirit who shatters our image of one white light and refracts it into a rainbow of gorgeous diversity.
In her false trinitarian creed, she makes the “rain bow spirit” an affirmation of non-binary q***r theory where the triune God is blended with everything in “a gorgeous diversity.” On the contrary, to please God who is binary – separate from us – we must bear his binary image in our sexuality in maintaining the male/ female distinction.

The creed continues: I believe in the church of everyday saints as numerous, creative, and resilient as patches on the AIDS quilt. I believe in the calling to each of us that love is love is love is love, so beloved let us love.
In this creed, it is not God’s love that inspires this church but human-invented love, which includes all manner of sexual desire. She does not turn to our Lord, the very personification of love, to know what love means, as Scripture tells us: “God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Rom 5:8).

The confession ends: I believe, glorious God, help my unbelief.
The definition of this “glorious god” is provided by the prayer of another “pastor,” Jeff Sartain, who prayed for L***Q youth who come to worship, “embodied by Two-Spirit people.”

“Two spirit people” is a synonym for the American Indian term “berdache.” These were homosexual or androgynous priests of godless pagan religion, which ultimately is intent on wiping out God the distinct and unique Creator. Rather, they worship nature and everything nature produces.

Though journalists classify the beliefs of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America as “Christian liberalism,” the creed preached by Anna Helgen is pure satanism, or witchcraft. Without Helgen mentioning its name, that creed worships the pagan god, Baphomet, an ancient Satanic symbol of the divine, who is a non-binary mix of goat and human. Aleister Crowley, the famous occultist of the last century, popularized witchcraft and believed that Baphomet was an androgyne, with both male and female g*****ls. Helgen’s Lutheran heresy is catching on. Quinton Caesar, a Lutheran pastor in Germany, at the conclusion of the recent annual gathering of the nation’s Lutheran pastors, announced: “Now is the time to say... ‘God is q***r’.”

The outside world needs to know that this is heretical Christianity, and that since the earliest times, the Church has confessed the Apostles’ Creed as the essence of the Christian faith, based on the eye-witness testimony of the original apostles and the teaching of Jesus.

It is no exaggeration to say that this Lutheran “church” is engaged in a form of witchcraft, masquerading as Christian progress. May the true church be warned to maintain Scripture’s revelation of t***h in a world seeking to deny that such t***h exists. Thus, we say with the church throughout the ages:

I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth.
I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary.
He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried; he descended to hell.
The third day he rose again from the dead. He ascended to heaven and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty.
From there he will come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic church,
the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.
Amen.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a cong... (show quote)


I grew up Lutheran (Missouri Synod), even went to parochial school till 3rd grade, and I heard that crap a couple of months ago. The most shocking thing to me was the congregation reciting after and not walking out. Between this and Lutheran and catholic family services placing "refugee" kids or placing kids WITH "refugees" from the ME I have been done with them. We have a nice nondenominational church here that I attend.

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Sep 22, 2023 11:59:35   #
debeda
 
kemmer wrote:
Children and fetuses; there’s quite a difference.


Just of age

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Sep 22, 2023 12:27:00   #
kemmer
 
debeda wrote:
Just of age

And viability.

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