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Nor does Paul say that in order to be saved you must confess that Jesus died for your sins.
Its restaurants and shops infused with a rule-breaking, hip history., the word Paul uses there for confess is homologeo.It means “a public declaration of fealty.” In other words, what Paul says will save you for God is the equal and opposite expression of what Rome said would save you from its wrath by confessing “Caesar is Lord.” Notice: Paul doesn’t say “If you confess that Jesus is the fulfillment of the promise to David (or Abraham), then you will be saved.” Paul doesn’t write that if you confess that Jesus is God incarnate then you will be saved.As of pm, my email was empty and no financial transactions occurred. A 5.00 debit card transaction to NEW YORK ROAD RUNNER on 05/29/2013 PM EDT exceeded your 5.00 set Alert limit.(I get alerts on anything over 5 to make me feel guilty about spending money).Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, different religion, disaster, Ecumenism, General Catholic, horror, paganism, pr stunts, priests, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sickness, Society, the struggle for the Church, unadulterated evil.
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