Posts Tagged ‘humiliation’

Papal Visit? Two.

Low Turnout!

Was it the weather or the failed visit to Northern-Ireland that thwarted this second visit by a Pope to Ireland?

Many people were very disappointed that he could not go to the North, after Ireland had to submit to the Queen of England coming to the Republic to please the other side?

Perhaps the truth was much more with the current trends in society and also his failure to seriously speak out on the abuse in the Church and what he was going to do about it!

Sadly the truth is that many Catholics today live with the world and so does this Pope, who has made some startling claims, which are contradictory to Biblical teaching such as the forgiveness of Judas and that he does not believe in Hell?

Matthew 10:28,   Romans 8:34,   Hebrews 10:12.

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Revisionism. Part-Two.

Let us move away from the holocaust and look at the history of other nations and peoples. There are many who would today say that European slavery in west-Africa only occurred because there was a local demand for it. In some ways by saying this, one could justify Europe’s past sins. This in another way takes away the horrific way people were treated, separated from loved ones and children, degenerated and humiliated for profit.

There are equality as many British historians who have played down the Irish potato famine and hide the facts that the London democratic parliament passed legislation to forbid the kindness of Christians to have mercy by feeding the poor. This is the dangers of changing history. God requires of us to be honest and truthful in all that we do and say.

Job 6:25, Psalm 15:2-3,  Luke 8:15, John 8:38.

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