Posted by: rshalomw | June 2, 2012

Catholicism

As a former Catholic for 35 years, my heart is burdened over the souls of Catholics. Catholics do not know the history of their Church. They have no idea of the pagan roots and idolatry  behind the formation of their Church.  Catholics are taught to believe that Peter was the first Pope, but that is totally false.  Peter was Jewish, and not a Christian.  The Catholic Church has horrendous Anti-Semitic views and they were responsible of setting themselves apart from anything Jewish.  How is it possible to have the Spirit of the Jewish Messiah living in you and yet not care anything about Israel or their Jewish Roots?  The Bible teaches that Christians are grafted into the root of Israel.  The Holocaust would have not succeed  if the ‘Church Fathers" had not spread anti Jewish teachings.  I wrote this because I don’t want to see any Catholic cast into the Lake Of Fire.  Please check out the Website: http://www.markbeast.org

 

Watch this Video:

 http://youtu.be/UU7TKw61fDI

Check out this article:

http://www.born-again-christian.info/catholics.htm

 

 

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  1. The Catholic Church is not pagan, this is a common conspiracy theory. And in the Church idolatry is condemned.

    2113 Idolatry not only refers to false pagan worship. It remains a constant temptation to faith. Idolatry consists in divinizing what is not God. Man commits idolatry whenever he honors and reveres a creature in place of God, whether this be gods or demons (for example, satanism), power, pleasure, race, ancestors, the state, money, etc. Jesus says, “You cannot serve God and mammon.” Many martyrs died for not adoring “the Beast” refusing even to simulate such worship. Idolatry rejects the unique Lordship of God; it is therefore incompatible with communion with God.

    Peter was Jewish, he then became a christian. What evidence do you have that Peter was not christian?

    The Catholic Church is not anti-semetic, and she has this to say about the jewish faith

    839 The relationship of the Church with the Jewish people. When she delves into her own mystery, the Church, the people of God in the New Covenant, discovers her link with the Jewish People, the first to hear the Word of God. The Jewish faith, unlike other non-Christian religions, is already a response to God’s revelation in the Old Covenant. To the Jews Rom 9:4 “belong the sonship, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises; to them belong the patriarchs, and of their race, according to the flesh, is the Christ,” Rom 11:29 “for the gifts and the call of God are irrevocable.

    You are full of empty statements with no evidence. You should try to provide evidence with your posts. I hope you can come back home.

    God Bless.

    • You choose to believe a lie, I choose to believe the Truth. You love darkness, and I love Light. You bow to the Catholic Church , and I bow to The One True God.

    • The Catholic Church changing the Sabbath to Sunday is the evidence of being Anti-Semitic. The Inquisition of the Catholic Church killed many true Christians because they would not bow to the Catholic Idol. The Catholic Church did not want people to read the Bible, because they knew that once they did they would learn the lies of the Catholic Church. Peter was a true Jew and thus would die as a true Jew.

      • As I showed earlier, the Catholic Church is not anti-semitic. We did not change the Sabath Day. The Sabath is still Saturday. We worship on the Lords Day, Sunday, as this is the day we celebrate Christ rising from the dead.

        The Catholic Church encourages people to read the Bible. After all it was composed at a Catholic Council in 350AD… It is a Catholic Book.

        Peter was a Jew, who realised Christ is the messiah, and is God, as fortolled by Jewish Prophecy.

      • Explain to me why not once when I was a Catholic did I ever here anything positive about Jewish people from the Catholic Church. I don’t know if you are aware of what Church Councils did, but here are the facts:

        Church Councils:
        The Council of Nicea in 325 C.E., decreed that bishops of Rome, Alexandria, and Antioch would be superior to others (It is interesting to note that these three communities were the ones who had petitioned the Roman Emperor to be officially separated from the Jews in 96 C.E.) This council produced the first edict in favor of the “Venerable Day of the Sun” as the worship day. the Council of Antioch in 341 C.E. prohibited Christians from observing the Passover with the Jews or Jewish Believers. The Council of Laodicea in the same century forbade Gentile Christians form keeping the Biblical Sabbath. (Laodicea is one the the seven churches to whom letters were written in the Book of Revelation.)

        Check this out from a Catholic Priest:

        (Extracts from a lecture delivered by Father Enright at Harlan, Iowa, December 15, 1889. Reported by the Harlan American.)

        The attendance at the Catholic Church on Sunday evening was unusually large, many being unable to gain admittance. The subject treated on that evening was “The Power and Authority of the Catholic Church”. Father Enright claimed that the authority and existence of his church antedated that of the Bible. His remarks upon Sunday observance created something of a sensation. He said:

        “My brethren, look about you upon the various wrangling sects and denominations. Show me one that claims or possesses the power to make laws binding on the conscience. There is but one on the face of the earth—the Catholic Church—that has the power upon the conscience, binding before God, binding under pain of hell fire. Take, for instance, the day we celebrate—Sunday. What right have the Protestant churches to observe that day? None whatever. You say it is to obey the commandment, “Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.” But Sunday is not the Sabbath according to the Bible and the record of time. Everyone knows that Sunday is the first day of the week, while Saturday is the seventh day, and the Sabbath, the day consecrated as a day of rest. It is so recognized in all civilized nations. I have repeatedly offered $1,000 to anyone who will furnish any proof from the Bible that Sunday is the day we are bound to keep, and no one has called for the money. If any person in this city will show me any scripture for it, I will tomorrow evening publicly acknowledge it and thank him for it. It was the Holy Catholic Church that changed the day of rest from Saturday to Sunday, the first day of the week. And it not only compelled all to keep Sunday, but at the Council of Laodicea, A. D. 364 anathematized those who kept the Sabbath and urged all persons to labor on the seventh day under the penalty of anathema.

        “Which church does the whole civilized world obey? Protestants call us every horrible name they can think of — AntiChrist, the scarlet colored beast, Babylon, etc., and at the same time profess great reverence for the Bible, and yet by their solemn act of keeping Sunday, they acknowledge the power of the Catholic Church. The Bible says: “Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.” But the Catholic Church says, “No, keep the first day of the week’ and the whole world bows in obedience.”

        Sources: The American Sentinel, Vol. 5, February 6, 1890, No. 6, pg. 46, and Lake Union Herald, Vol. 1, Berrien Springs, Mich., Dec. 1, 1909, No. 57, pgs. 2-3, quoting the Industrial American, of Harlan, Iowa, December 19, 1889.

        It would show proper Spiritual Fruit to title your blog Everything Christian, the fact that you don’t shows that the Catholic Church is more important to you than Christ. Whenever someone would try to tell me that I needed to get saved when I was a Catholic, I would reply with the typical Catholic response and tell them I was Catholic. I was never encouraged to read the Bible in the 35 years that I was Catholic.

        As for Idolatry, here are the facts:

        http://www.markbeast.org/mark-beast-paganism.html


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