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31 October 2020

Believers and Church Hypocrisy



The hypocrisy of the Church has hurt innocent people who stand in public places and unknowingly spread evil by blindly believing and speaking  the "Word of God" because it is written in the Bible. Praying for others to be delivered from homosexuality, telling others that to love the "wrong" sex is a sin in the eyes of God.

Good people who declare their absolute faith in the Almighty by following the written law in the "good book". Weak personalities who will not look beyond Church acceptance of what was written in the days of ruling despots. Weak personalities who deny their own God given intuition that something doesn't sit right and prefer to believe what they can see before their eyes. Bibliolatry - worship of the Bible.

Blatant and absolute bibliolatry in its finest.

The Catholic Church has now revoked homosexuality, same sex couples can marry in a civil union, a complete reversal of all church teachings based on the "God's Law". Church hypocrisy in action.

Homosexual people have the right to be in a family. They are children of God,” Francis said in one of his sit-down interviews for the film. “What we have to have is a civil union law; that way they are legally covered.

It is unfortunate that even in the twenty-first century the leadership of the Church still stumbles blindly enforcing rules that no longer make any sense in modern civilization.

 The Catholic Church in Action

  • Does not honor democratic principles; it is governed by the Pope with help from the cardinals and bishops who do not want input on changes to the rules or beliefs of the Church.
  • Tried not only to control one's actions but one's thoughts as well. The Church regarded impure thoughts (thoughts about sex) as a grave sin against God that would blacken our Souls.

Homosexuality is not contrary to natural law, and it is not sinful or offensive to God. God does not make rules for humans to follow and has no desire to restrict or prohibit homosexual activities or anything else humans do. The Church's ban on homosexual activities is consistent with their position that all sexual activities are sinful, except intercourse between a husband and wife for the purpose of conceiving a child. Leaders recognised that humans were not naturally monogamous creatures, and it was necessary to establish rules to enforce this principle, along with harsh sanctions for breaching them. They knew without rules to enforce monogamy and prohibit adultery, some men would have numerous sexual partners while others might have none, thereby sowing the seeds for jealousy, anger and violence.

The Christian God became a human-like deity created by the holy men of the Church to help them control the masses through guilt and fear. They gave their God the attributes of a despot on Earth and easily sold this to their followers, expecting them to pay homage to him and obey his commands, failing which he would become angry and vengeful. The early leaders of the Church knew that a God with these characteristics would serve them well in their quest to control their followers.

God did not dictate the Bible. It was written by men who were all following their own agendas, as were the holy men since then who cited passages from the Bible to justify the rules and beliefs they advocated. In the early days of the Church, its religious leaders agreed, after considerable debate, on a set of beliefs then re-wrote or edited part of the original passages from the New Testament to ensure that the scriptures that survived conformed to their vision of the Church. Often they deliberately concealed or destroyed scriptures that contradicted the beliefs they had established for the Church. As a result, the Bible that you know today was written by many different men and revised by the holy men who followed them and does not represent the "word of God" as various holy men have claimed over the centuries.

The Bible is not our God, and cannot be treated as such. The Bible is the revelation of the love of God through Jesus Christ, and its sole purpose is to point us to Him.


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