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Sensualization of Holy Scripture and Profanation of the Gospel: Unraveling the Neo-Paganistic Tapestry of Cacodemonic Christianity Culpable for the Assassination and Martyr of Christ, (I)

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It has oft been said that history is written by the victors of war. The Roman Catholic Church undoubtedly has an extensive chronology of brutal warfare, in addition to an expansive portfolio of religious and political conquests– since antiquity. It has played a role in nearly every major conflict recorded in the annals of European, Middle Eastern, Asian, and African history. That is, the Church of Rome is perhaps the most fierce vanquisher of the Old World. Having amassed unfathomable wealth, and notorious for its unparalleled decadence with which the throne of its uniquely sovereign city-state is adorned to this day; aside from doctrine-based skepticism, the coherent intellect must consider: To what extent has the Church participated in the scripting of history?

Frequently Asked Questions

We are saying that the Son of God– then and now (you will understand later)– is an Israelite, which yes, whom the lesser-educated members of society refer to as “Black”, “Negro”, “African-American”, etc.

Traditionally, Israelites are very warm, welcoming people birthed from an innate respect for the sanctity of human life. But unfortunately, European colonizers did not share our same respect for the dignity of the human person, and used our ethnocultural background to dehumanize, genocide, and reduce our ancestors to chattel slavery.

No. There is no suggestion being made here. One need only read the Holy Bible for God Himself to plainly state that there is only one Nation that He has ever known and loved– which He surnamed Yashar’ el or Israel after Himself. In God’s own words: “Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated”. (Romans 9:13).

No, of course not! God is love. (1 John 4:8). We promote love. Hatred is not becoming of “a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people” (1 Peter 2:9)–whom God has said is above all peoples and nations. Being that the Almighty Creator of heaven and earth has determined, in His infinite wisdom and omnipotence, that the Nation of Israel is to be above and separate from all nations, then who amongst Man has the ability to challenge Him?

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