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Roman Catholics Contradict Themselves Further If Transubstantiation Were Real

It would be very self-contradictory for Roman Catholics to say that born again Christians play down the Lord's supper, they claim that participation in the sacraments is part of maintaining salvation. But it would be time to think about how Roman Catholics are already condemning themselves when they claim that transubstantiation is real. The doctrine says that even if the bread and wine still taste like bread and wine, still look like it but the substance has become the literal body and blood of Jesus.

The Roman Catholics insist that you must participate in the sacraments to attain eternal life. But there's the problem behind their argument. If you participate in the Roman Catholic Sunday Mass then you can see the cup has been forbidden from the laity. They misquote 1 Corinthians 11:27 to say that they don't need to partake of the wine because it says "or". But if you put it into context, you can read these instructions in 1 Corinthians 11:23-27 which says you ea…

Why Christian Schools Shouldn't Be Afraid of Being Compared to the Military

It's a common complain that Christian education is being called as a military form of education. It's even more shameful that some "Christian" education even end up with some form of Antinomianism where children should be allowed to run around and shout. Dedicated Baptist and Evangelical schools are also criticized by some Roman Catholic schools as being too much like a military. But the Bible says that the Christian life is that of a soldier. Sorry, I didn't say it. The Word of God said it.
2 Timothy 2:3-4 - Thou therefore endure hardness as a good soldier of Jesus Christ. No man that warreth entangleth himself with the affairs of this life that he may please him who hath chosen him to be a soldier. 
Did you read that? The Christian life is called to be a soldier of Jesus Christ. One must endure hardness as a good soldier of Jesus Christ. Christian education isn't meant to fit in with the world. Rather, it should teach its soldiers how to overcome the world…

Politically Correct People Tend to Think That They Have the Right to Offend Others But Not to be Offended By Others

Politically correct people have this new problem where they tend to think they have the right to offend others while they have the right not to be offended by others. What examples can be pointed out with politically correct people's demands that they can offend others while having the right not to be offended? Here's a few examples that could be enumerated and observed daily with how hypocritical politically people can get:

Feminists get offensive with their so-called "women's rights" but when somebody criticizes them regardless of gender then they tend to go on a full outburst. They get mad when a man hits a woman but think it's okay for a woman to hit a man that is unless if it's the frustrated housewife who slaps her husband for constant infidelity.The LGBT Community of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders insist that people should accept their homosexuality as "normal", it's okay for them to post hate comments against Christianity …

Diehard Roman Catholics Need to Understand That God Ordained the Death Penalty to Heal the Land

It's hypocritical how often the Roman Catholic institution has been having activities related to calling for "Stop the killing, start the healing." all the while she's drunk with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus Christ. What innocent blood am I talking about? I would like to talk about the Christians whom they have murdered in God's name while claiming to be the true Church that was founded by Jesus Christ when she isn't. How often is the Inquisition so despicably covered up that that the average Roman Catholic today knows almost nothing about their bloody history? They are only misled by revised history books and they tell others to study their own version of historical textbooks.

Do you know the Bible actually requires some killing before the land can be healed? Although it's not always required but here's the words of God Himself. Please don't even start saying, "Sola Scriptura condones to certain evils." because God Himself spoke th…

What Does the Phrase "Holy, Catholic Church" Mean?

The Reformation is not yet over regardless of denomination. Baptists may be historically not Protestants but there were already groups that opposed the Vatican before it. The true Church is now in its hottest battles in the Laodicean age.

It's time to clarify another statement that is one of the most misused quotes by Ignatius of Antioch:
Wherever the bishop appears, there let the people be; as wherever Jesus Christ is, there is the catholic Church. It is not lawful to baptize or give communion without the consent of the bishop. On the other hand, whatever has his approval is pleasing to God. Thus, whatever is done will be safe and valid.
Roman Catholics have misused this quote to justify that they are the "true Church" that was supposedly founded last 33 A.D. but is it? Let us examine what the word catholic means. Catholic means universal. Also, to claim that Ignatius of Antioch was a Roman Catholic priest rather than a Christian bishop is pure nonsense. The word bishop…

Continue the Reformation By Not Replacing Daily Righteousness With Mountaintop Experiences

There are two major anniversaries that may make a Christian feel that the Rapture is closer. One is the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible. Most recently, we have the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The Protestant Reformation came to be as another monument of Christianity's history in the expansion of the Church. There were pre-Reformation Christians who already opposed the Roman Catholic institution then we have the Protestant Christians. The 500th anniversary might as well be considered a mountaintop experience for many Christians who honor the Reformation.

But there's one question: are we getting too focused on the mountaintop experience. Matthew 17:1–8, Mark 9:2–8 and Luke 9:28–36 talk about the mountaintop experience of the disciples. Jesus was transfigured and along him were both Moses and Elijah. Peter asks Jesus if he should make three tabernacles. One tabernacle was for Jesus, the other for Moses and the other for Elijah. However the other two prophets we…

The Desperate Need For Reformation in the Modern American Churches

Yesterday was the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. But should the Reformation end at 500? No, the Reformation should continue. The Reformation was inspired by heroes before it. Just imagine it if the heroes of the Reformation decided to let all the efforts of the pre-Reformation heroes die in vain. Right now, it's time to consider this new truth that the American churches need a new Reformation. Why do American churches badly need a new Reformation?
I listened to a couple of Paul David Washer's sermons that really made my day. I wish I were there in person to shake his hand because I'm getting pissed off with the "Christianity" of the modern world. I remembered how often I thought he taught works salvation until I started listening to what he said. He emphasized true conversion vs. false conversion. He taught the truth of eternal security yet also warned that you might think you're once saved always saved but the evidence says otherwise. This is somethi…