Except no professing Christian claims to be perfect (aka - you still "sin"). So then this argument fails b/c you bear bad fruit all the time (in your "sin nature"). Thus, you can't tell who is or isn't a "true" Christian and you can't claim that all of the other denominations interpretations are incorrect. Mormons, for example, are far more moral people than most protestant sects I know of. Does that mean they are the ones who are "bearing good fruits" and you aren't? Do their actions make them true Christians?
Neither Mormons nor protestants are the right faith. The people themselves may be good, but their leaders are certainly on Satan's side.
It makes me happy when they learn their faith is the work of demons and come to Jesus.
Btw, your statements "according to the bible" are what are in question here in case you hadn't noticed. Why do you believe these things?
Because the Bible has changed countless lives for the better and has prophecies in it. If the Bible didn't work nobody's lives would be changed for the better. People would read it and go "I don't feel anything." Instead people read it and get an overwhelming joy warming their hearts and change their whole outlook on things.
If the Bible was a joke, people would laugh when they read the Bible. They would say, "I don't understand I'm not feeling anything. This is stupid."
And I'm sure these denominations would strongly disagree with your interpretation of their faith, wouldn't they? More importantly though, have you Googled the history of the symbols in your
religion? The cross, for example is a pagan symbol which did not originate with Christianity. You really need to study your history a little more here. Here are two Christian sources for this: [/quote]
I don't wear a cross. I'm not into symbols. Symbols are pagan in origin, you are right. That's why I don't use them. Jesus is enough for me. I don't need to wear a cross to show off.