Wednesday, December 2, 2015

The Pope Issues Statements Against the Teachings of Yeshua

This has been happening for a while, but now the Pope has said that fundamentalism is "a disease of all religions."   Fundamentally speaking, just what is the Pope saying?  The fundamentals are the basic building blocks, the basic instructions or directions of a faith.

Yeshua taught in John 14:21
He who has My commandments [the fundamentals] and keeps them, it is he who loves Me. And he who loves Me will be loved by My Father, and I will love him and manifest Myself to him.”

So it seems the very words of the "Vicar of Christ," are against the Messiah Himself. The Messiah, who taught that "vengeance belongs to Go, and "to love our neighbours as ourselves" also taught that "I am the way, the truth and the life." (Jn. 14:6). But now, if we believe that and hold our lives to that, believing Yeshua when He said "Your word, O God, is truth," (Jn. 17:17), that somehow makes us a disease on society?

Something's up.  The Pope is us in ::) a linguistic sleight-of-hand equating the violence sanctioned in Islam with Christianity, which teaches the above platitudes, along with respect for human life, authorities, and government.  He then calls it (with the MSM) "fundamentalism" and applies it to all the faithful across the board!

 By his own words, this Pope is anti-Messiah.

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