Perhaps Othodox Need to Be Considered Catholic for Puposes of This Subforum

I guess you quoted me by mistake in post# 31?
No, I was just relating a story to you and anyone else. I did and everyone else did get the clue when she referenced how she felt.

I did also reference words that Christ stated, His idea that someone forgiven little will love little, and am wondering how it can effect ones "feelings" with the Lord.

In other words, just an invitation to conversation. This is likely not the place for me to post. I do appreciate your posts though.
 

crossnote

fully dependent upon His grace
(my original -responding to Ghoti Ichthus)...Infant or Believers Baptism?

(Which both Rome and E.O. practice but is conspicuously absent in Scripture)
(post#31 responding to my original))...Mine was a direct quote of an Ethiopian man, in scripture.

I know nothing of infant water dunking, you'll have to ask a Catholic. They've talked themselves into thinking it's a thing.
(Heisenough)No, I was just relating a story to you and anyone else. I did and everyone else did get the clue when she referenced how she felt.

I did also reference words that Christ stated, His idea that someone forgiven little will love little, and am wondering how it can effect ones "feelings" with the Lord.

In other words, just an invitation to conversation. This is likely not the place for me to post. I do appreciate your posts though.
From the above, one can see how it could be easily confusing. I had no idea you had made a previous quote of the Ethiopian Eunuch in Acts.
I probably should never had responded since you were answering for Ghoti.
Oh well, it's all passed and not worth getting into.:offtopic
 

Seashell

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Interesting. In those days, the children usually only knew their teachers by their last names.
I’m not sure if that‘s not a location thing. i grew up in KS and kids called adults Mr. And Mrs. Last name. I came to MD and and is was always Mr. First name or Miss First name. I’ll never forget the first time somebody asked me to tell my kids to call her Ms. First Name. I felt like I was in the deep south before the American Civil War, I actually felt a little offended, but then I realized it’s just a cultural difference and I live in Southern MD almost in VA.
 
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