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  1. diamond
    May 17, 2011

    i found what i was looking for thanks

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  2. sup
    October 11, 2011

    The trinity is one God, just in three different people. (Kindof like a split personality.)

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    • mk
      March 2, 2017

      im a nazi

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      • Steve
        April 11, 2017

        I feel sorry for you. May g-d have mercy on your soul.

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      • Bryan Hippler
        June 6, 2017

        go trump and germany

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      • Marc
        February 1, 2018

        Why do you people ignorantly insist on associating Trump with Germany of Nazi???

        If you know anything about Nazi Germany you would know they were very different to Trumps policy. And if you know anything about Trumps policy’s you would know they are not at all like Nazi Germany.

        Maybe you should try looking at his policies and learning the actual pros and cons and stop getting your direction from CNN or NBC.

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      • Daniel R
        July 17, 2018

        I think it has something to do with him being a fascist and locking children up in cages???

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      • John R Gorman Jr.
        November 17, 2018

        Your a sick people that needs serious help. I will pray for you.

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  3. MB
    December 28, 2017

    Where did you get the idea that “Christians’ belief is that people are good or bad by birth”? Good and Bad are concepts from society that they learn and then make a choice. Do I do “good” or “bad”?

    If that was true, then what is the point of trying to be better? If you’re pre-determined to be either good or bad it doesn’t matter.

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    • Art
      April 30, 2018

      Agree. That one got me wondering as well

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    • Rita Palmer
      November 29, 2018

      Your comment was the one that made sense

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    • Kellie (Donovan) Legere
      December 5, 2018

      Catholics believe that a new baby born needs to be baptised inorder to be saved so thats where that comes from

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    • Troy
      June 10, 2019

      Maybe he confused Catholics believe they are born with original sin.

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  4. Donna
    December 30, 2017

    Good basic comparison. I didn’t realize that the Old Testament and the Torah were one in the same. Will research on.

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    • Adam suydam
      March 6, 2018

      Torah is the 1st five chapters of the old testament. Teaches of the creation of man, what to eat ( Leviticus ch,vers?? Thou shalt not eat anything of the sea without out scales, nor eat any animal that part from cod (grass) of land, and any bird that eat from the dead of the land or from the sea.), how to live as God want you to be. It talks about if do this things your unclean spiritually for so many days. It’s a good read. Unlike most parts of Bible it’s pretty much straight forward in rule of life and an account of mankind’s beginning and fall. You will find a small references to the angels that fell from grace in 1st book. Then in exodus when Jews left Egypt there’s reference to the children of fall angels and earth females living in one direction so they didn’t travel that way. To find out more about the aftermath of the fallen Angels you have to read the book of Enoch. I love this book. It talks about the children of angels, the angels teaching man the secret knowledge of heaven (war, witchcraft, astrology, ect.), how God was upset with the fallen when he saw man kill each other in war and the fallen Angels children being a plague in man he sent an archangel to in tomb the fallen in a volcano in southern part of earth till judgement day and wipe earth clean of the children. Enjoy reading. That’s all from now

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  5. Nancy Ann Dunn
    January 12, 2018

    I actually “know”, GOD is the HOLY TRINITY, “FATHER, SON and HOLY SPIRIT”. I have testimony of true MIRACLES, physical in content, that JESUS CHRIST “EXISTS” today. Thank you for reading my reply.

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  6. Victor Feldman
    January 12, 2018

    There is no official line on jesus in judaism what so ever…its purely what individuals think..useing the words ‘they believe’ alluding to jesus is a misnomer..

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  7. Thomas
    January 22, 2018

    In the old testament, God was leading Israelites to a physical promised land. The laws were physical and so were the blessings.
    In the new covenant, God leads us to his heavenly kingdom and the rules and blessings are more spiritual in nature.

    Peace of the LORD Jesus Christ be with you !

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  8. Vron
    August 30, 2018

    I don’t think us Catholics and Christians believe that people are good or bad by birth, I agree with MB, children that become adults learn manners and other things (good or bad) by adults, it’s not by birth. Education, manners, and other things that we as kids learn, are learned from home.

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    • God person
      November 4, 2019

      I agree and think the way this site poses this is a little off-putting/wrong.

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  9. Vlad
    September 2, 2018

    How come it doesn’t give a Jewish perspective on what they think of catholics,the whole thing is about what Catholics think of jews,not what Jews think of catholics,it makes it one sided.i think Jews have much stronger opinions on catholics.and would be interested in their opinions,bad as they may be.

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  10. Dark prince
    October 10, 2018

    Catholics believe we are born with sins and to confess your sins at confession.

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  11. Chuck
    November 18, 2018

    The statement “Christians belief is that people are good or bad by birth” is completely false and should be deleted from the text. In fact, the previous statement which says that Jews believe in free will also applies to Christians. Catholics believe that we are born in a state of original sin which had its origin in the act of Adam and Eve turning away from God. In the Catholic Church we believe origin sin is washed away through Baptism which reunites us with God. After that it is our own decisions (free will) which determine whether we remain in relationship with God. An action which we do which alienates us from the presence of God in our lives is called a sin. A sin requires absolution by a priest in confession to restore our relationship with God.

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  12. Kellie Legere
    December 5, 2018

    That is exactly what catholics believe I come from a very longlline of Catholics and they believe babies are born with sin and need to be baptised inorder to be pure then you grow up and use confession to stay pure. I myself am no longer a active catholic for I have other beliefs that I wont get into but honestly thats what they believe!

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  13. joe
    May 28, 2019

    Catholics don’t pray to Saints, they ask the saints to pray for them.

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