Wiling ba kayong magconvert sa religion ng mapapangasawa nyo?
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Wiling ba kayong magconvert sa religion ng mapapangasawa nyo?
I will definitely not change my religion just to marry the one I love.
But I also will not allow religion — mine or my partner's — to be the hindrance for my marrying the one I love.
In short, neither religion nor love should conflict one with an other in the pursuit of each.
No! At hindi ko rin naman siya pipilitin na mag change ng religion. Because true love is unconditional.
I will not elaborate kasi tinatamad ako mag type ng mahaba ngayon eh.
intermarraige of different religion is not allowed in the bible
kaya kung susundan natin yung sagot ni shamcey conform siya dun
Not me. And neither would I demand my spouse to change.
No. I would not.
I believe that the teaching of the Holy Catholic Church is God's teaching, without exception. I believe that the Pope is the supreme teacher and leader chosen by God to have authority over the entire Universal Church and over each individual Christian.
I promise the Most Holy Trinity, I promise Jesus Christ suffering on the Cross, I promise the Blessed Virgin Mary and all the angels and saints, to always believe and follow the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church, and to never fail in true obedience to the teaching and leadership of the Pope.
I promise to pray for, defend, and obey the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church.
Now, the thread question implies love is emotion let me say something more.
The word love is used to describe an emotion, but it is also used to describe a knowing choice of the free will, in cooperation with grace. Emotion is change, and God is unchangeable.Love is not an emotion. Love is a virtue infused by baptism. The true love between friends, spouses, relatives, neighbors, is not an emotion, but a knowing choice of the will of whatever is good for the other person.
True spiritual love may be accompanied by the emotion called love. The world teaches that love is merely an emotion. But Christ teaches that love is a virtue that is exercised by the human person in cooperation with grace.
When Christ said "Love one another as I have loved you", He did not mean emotion, but virtue. The love of God and the love of neighbor as self, the two greatest commandments, are not commandments to feel emotion, but commandments to choose good with the will and intellect.
It is not true that all Jesus loves us with an "unconditional love".-or that all are welcome.
2John 14:21 Whoever holds to my commandments and keeps them: it is he who loves me.
2John 15:14 You are my friends, if you do what I instruct you.
However, persons who are not full members of the Church, who have separated themselves from the Church, to some substantial extent, are still fellow human persons who might repent and reach heaven, or who might be in a state of grace despite objective mortal sin. And so we should still treat them as Christ treated outsiders, for example the Syro-Phoenician woman:
For a woman whose daughter had an unclean spirit, as soon as she heard about him, entered and fell prostrate at his feet.
For the woman was a Gentile, by birth a Syro-Phoenician. And she petitioned him, so that he would cast the demon from her daughter.
And he said to her: “First allow the sons to have their fill. For it is not good to take away the bread of the sons and throw it to the dogs.”
But she responded by saying to him: “Certainly, Lord. Yet the young dogs also eat, under the table, from the crumbs of the children.”
And he said to her, “Because of this saying, go; the demon has gone out of your daughter.”
And when she had gone to her house, she found the girl lying on the bed; and the demon had gone away.
Or the way that the good Samaritan treated the Jew. The Samaritans practiced an altered form of Judaism, much as Protestants practice an altered form of Christianity. But Jesus uses the Samaritan (Protestant) as an example to teach Jews (Catholics).
But if your brother has sinned against you, go and correct him, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you will have regained your brother.
But if he will not listen you, invite with you one or two more, so that every word may stand by the mouth of two or three witnesses.
And if he will not listen to them, tell the Church. But if he will not listen to the Church, let him be to you like the pagan and the tax collector.
If someone rejects the definitive teaching of the Church on an important matter of faith or morals, then treat him like someone outside the community, like pagans or tax collectors. The pagans did not believe in Judaism. The tax collectors were Jews who went astray from morality (they were notorious for sin in collecting taxes). So the two examples that Christ gives are persons who reject faith, or who reject morals.
Titus 3:10 -11
Avoid a man who is a heretic, after the first and second correction,
knowing that one who is like this has been subverted, and that he offends; for he has been condemned by his own judgment.
Last edited by titaAurora; Sep 14, 2011 at 02:29 PM.
and anyone who would force me to convert to theirs is a vain schmuck.
Will I be forced to recite some arabic prayer and kiss the ground?
Will I be forced to close my eyes, wave my hands, bawl like a baby and proclaim praises to the lord?
Will I be forced to go to church and endure an hour of standing, kneeling, listening and singing?
But I might be able to do those, short term, for free sex with the likes of supsup.
Its easy for an agnostic like me to change religions for someone this hot!
and then when the religion sucks i can always revert to agnosticism.
hindi magkahiwalay na ang relihiyon at ang personal na bagay pagdating sa pag-ibig!
lahat susupsupin ko para lang maging maligaya ka, aagawin kita sa bf mo and take note mas magana kung magpa convert na lang tayo from catholicism into pagan..ok kaya?
Religion and love are not incompatible.
One can pursue the other with out in any way sacrificing the other in the process.
And I do not believe that there is an inevitability to it: that some how, in the end, one has to give way to the other for the other to prosper.
That thinking is not Biblical, and is never sanctioned by the Prophets and Apostles and Saints.
One can pursue and marry the one he or she loves, with out in any way losing one's religion or accepting a new one.
Neither is there necessity in the performances of these two valid and important aspects of one's life.
For both can exist with each other in peace.
Guys, don't stare too long at Supsup. It is against the Tenth Commandment -- thou shalt not covet your neighbor's wife. Jesus made it even more difficult by saying that thinking is just the same as doing. So, if your mind is imaginative, you may end up fornicating with Supsup in your mind. Jesus would not like that.
Only non-theists have that luxury of thinking about Supsup.