Insulting The Pope

John blueoval at 1SMARTISP.NET
Mon Apr 11 06:34:26 MDT 2005


Absolutely correct, Bill. Did anyone happen to catch Slick's
comment that he would've hated to face off against the Pope in a
race for Mayor? The Holy Father was *THREE* *TIMES* the worldly
statesman that Clintoon ever hoped to be.

John Q.



On Sun Apr 10 11:13:35 PDT 2005, wbwhite <wbwhite at MADBBS.COM>
wrote:

> Clinton expressed his admiration for  Pope John:  "He sure could
> work a
> crowd."
>
>> From here, Clinton appears to be unrepentant and unregenerate.
>
> Bill
>
> Jim wrote:
>
>>  From what I've read in the Bible, I have to conclude that Jesus
>> welcomed sinners that were conscious of the fact they've sinned,
>> felt
>> regret they did something wrong, and were working to stop
>> whatever it is
>> they were doing wrong.  I could be wrong, but I don't believe he
>> was all
>> that interested in the ones who have the attitude there's
>> nothing wrong
>> with what they do.
>>
>> Also I don't believe Jesus had any trouble defining such words
>> and sex
>> and is.
>>
>> Stephen A. Frye wrote:
>> >> *    G.W. Bush is a "forgiving" man but for this writer,
>> >> Clinton's invite is a horrific insult to this Pope.*
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > The Pope would not be insulted.  Jesus welcomed sinners.  The
>> Holy
>> > Father led a life of love and forgiveness.  He, too, welcomed
>> sinners.
>> > Besides, if sinners were to not go see the Pope, Rome would
>> today be
>> > empty of all, for we are all sinners.
>> >
>> > *Stephen A. Frye
>> > s.frye at verizon.net
>> > steve at fryefamily.net*
>> >
>
>
>


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