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Does Miley need Jesus?

I think this video sums it up perfectly. *not my video*
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8theGreat said:
No, she needs Jose.
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Riku114 posted il y a plus d’un an
Animelove765 said:
She obviously got him out of her heart, so, she does.
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MasterOfFear said:
Nobody does.
toi don't need religion to have morals. If the only reason you're not doing bad things is because you're afraid of an-all powerful being sending toi to hell, than toi are not morally superior than a person who doesn't need to be others to guide their moral compass and does good of their own volition without a fear of eternal award ou punishment.
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ThePrincesTale posted il y a plus d’un an
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"Sola fide" ('by faith alone') is solely a Protestant ou evangelical Protestant belief- the older denominations (such as Orthodoxy and Catholicism) believe faith must go hand-in-hand with works, and that salvation is a life-long process. Forgive me, but my lire of the Bible suggests against the doctrine of sola fide. Not only did Jésus continually emphasise the importance of good works to one’s fellow man, but there are specific verses that clearly state faith must be coupled with deeds. Recall when a man asked Jesus: “Teacher, what good deed must I do, to have eternal life?”. Jésus did not send him away ou correct him. He didn’t say “You are asking the wrong question; toi need only to believe in me and toi will be saved”. Rather Jésus a dit to him: “Keep the commandments… toi shall not kill; toi shall not commit adultery; toi shall not steal; toi shall not ours false witness; honor your father and mother, and l’amour your neighbour as yourself” (Mat 19:16-19). Later, he warned “On the jour many will call out to me ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy and cast out demons in your name?’ And then I will declare to them: ‘I never knew you; depart from me, toi evildoers’” (Mat 7:21- 23). And finally, most definitively, recall this verse from James: “Faith par itself, if it has no works, is dead… Faith is completed par works… A person is justified par works and not par faith alone” (James 2:17, 22, 24).
ThePrincesTale posted il y a plus d’un an
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Sorry for the block of text and the copious amounts of Scripture. It's just one belief I can't theologically get my head around, especially considering the implications. Anders Breivik is a devout Christian, though he recently killed plus than 80 innocent, unarmed young people in Norway. Will he go to Heaven? This doctrine seems to suggest so. Hitler, too, was reported to be quite religious.
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THaSlimJim said:
sure
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