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Are Catholics in league with the Devil and that is how they can expell (ex-spell?) demons? AND...?

Is that "a demon wouldn't throw another one out of a person because a house divided against itself will fall" the STUPIDEST thing ever attributed to Jesus? (The good cop / bad cop routine is infamous because it WORKS. {It is how zionist bankers make bullions - by funding both sides of wars!})

Update:

lol "rant"? (if that's what you call a rant...?)

I've nothing to say against blacks or Muslims or Mexicans or ANYONE other than criminals.

Just a simple question and a little factual evidence for ya to keep you in logical step.

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  • ?
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    1 decade ago
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    Exorcism is (1) the act of driving out, or warding off, demons, or evil spirits, from persons, places, or things, which are believed to be possessed or infested by them, or are liable to become victims or instruments of their malice; (2) the means employed for this purpose, especially the solemn and authoritative adjuration of the demon, in the name of God, or any of the higher power in which he is subject.

    If you say we are in league with satan then are you accusing Jesus as well because if you read the Bible Jesus casted aout demons from people

    Jesus casts out demons, He declared, by the finger or spirit of God, not, as His adversaries alleged, by collusion with the prince of demons (Matthew 12:24, 27; Mark 3:22; Luke 11:15, 19); and that He exercised no mere delegated power, but a personal authority that was properly His own, is clear from the direct and imperative way in which He commands the demon to depart (Mark 9:24; cf. 1:25 etc.): "He cast out the spirits with his word, and he healed all that were sick" (Matthew 8:16). Sometimes, as with the daughter of the Canaanean woman, the exorcism took place from a distance (Matthew 15:22 sqq.; Mark 7:25). Sometimes again the spirits expelled were allowed to express their recognition of Jesus as "the Holy One of God" (Mark 1:24) and to complain that He had come to torment them "before the time", i.e the time of their punishment (Matthew 8:29 sqq; Luke 8:28 sqq.). If demoniac possession was generally accompanied by some disease, yet the two were not confounded by Christ, or the Evangelists. In Luke 13:32, for example, the Master Himself expressly distinguishes between the expulsion of evil spirits and the curing of disease.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Hello =)

    The way that a Roman Catholic Exorcism expels demons is simply through persistent aggravation....

    This is largely the reason demons don't post on Yahoo Answers, by the way. Far too annoying for them.......

    Demons have a low frustration level, and phrases like "stupidest" and "zionist bankers make bullions" really are intolerable to them.

    So, that being said, you run a really low risk of demonic possession. I guess that's a good thing.

    Happy Holidays, and Namaste,

    --Tom

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  • 1 decade ago

    Catholics have been casting out demons ever since Jesus and the Apostles did it.

    Modern psychology says that most of the people who had demons cast out of them were probably miraculously cured from schizophrenia and other mental illnesses. But their cures were still miracles.

    The Catholic Church believes that real demonic possessions are rare but possible, so they keep a few exorcists around just in case.

    With love in Christ.

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  • In your rant you forgot to say something disparaging about blacks, mexicans & muslims. You need to try harder, kid.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Catholicism is strange,makes me wonder what is hidden under the Vatican.They say it is guarded better than Ft.Knox

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  • Wow ... you really need something else to over analyze.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yeah, that must be it....

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