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The Catholic Definition of "The Bride Of Christ"

PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 8:44 am
by EzraLB
Every now and then, while driving in my car, I will tune into local Catholic radio to listen to their long list of blasphemies, as it allows me to answer their dogma with what I know to be true in Scripture.

Recently, one of the Catholic commentators stated that Christ is the bridegroom (which is true), but that the bride is the Roman Catholic Church itself. For me, this blasphemy is even far more destructive than the pretension that Christ appointed Peter to personally be the foundation of the Catholic Church.

Of course, it's not difficult to see the Catholic sleight-of-hand in the twisting of Scripture here--translating ekklesia into the literal "Church", as opposed to what it really is--the Israelite people themselves who conform to--and come together in--Christ. Thus the true "bride of Christ," the Israelites, can be magically transformed into the anti-Christ RCC church, which becomes the object of worship--idolatry. Satan is very happy that Catholics never bother to read their bibles for themselves.

Re: The Catholic Definition of "The Bride Of Christ"

PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 10:00 am
by wmfinck
I went to Catholic schools for ten years. Bible reading was never encouraged. My mother, who came from a line of Baptists but who was adopted by a Catholic step-father and attended Catholic schools, bought a Bible when I was a teenager, as she did not own one until then.

(I remember my great-grandmother watching Billy Graham and others on TV every chance she got back in the 1960's, but my grandmother saw them all as hypocrites and was an apostate for that reason.)

It was a King James Bible, but I did not know the difference at the time, that she had bought a Protestant Bible. I became acquainted with it, but never actually read it. So being raised a Catholic, I never actually read the Bible until I was introduced to Christian Identity, at age 36.

Even now, 20 years later, I have only met a couple of Catholics who had actually read a Bible. But neither could I nudge them from out of their Judaized worldviews.

Re: The Catholic Definition of "The Bride Of Christ"

PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 10:04 am
by wmfinck
Evidently the RCC view of the "bride of Christ", which I was already familiar with, is just another Canaanite bait-and-switch merchandising scheme.

Re: The Catholic Definition of "The Bride Of Christ"

PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 1:48 pm
by EzraLB
Another "bait and switch" shows up in the same Catholic radio broadcasts that take advantage of the KJV use of "creature", as they quoted

2 Corinthians 5:17 Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

Of course, today no one really would use "creature" to refer to a human being (except CI); but at the time that the KJV was translated, the readers would have understood it to mean "any living being," which opens the door to universalism. And today it is used--and abused--by the denominationalists to bring non-Israelites into the New Covenant.

They love to emphasize the word "new", and if the New Covenant were some kind of Frankenstein experiment on Yahweh's part where He needs to turn any animate life form into a Son, as long as they "believe in Jesus" because He's somehow lost complete track of the Israelites and their legitimate descendants--and He needs somebody has to fill the pews.

But the Christogenea NT gets this passage from Corinthians right, and precludes such silly science experiments:

"Therefore if one is among the number of Christ a new creation, the old things pass away."

Re: The Catholic Definition of "The Bride Of Christ"

PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 7:33 pm
by CIman
Am I the only one who gets a mild migraine from all of this? Evangelical jewdeos believe that the jews still are G-d's chosen people, while the "traditional Catholics" and "replacement jewdeos" (I include "kinists" here too who accept jews as the Israelites of the Old testament) believe that the Canaanite kikes must be converted so that the "spiritual israelite jewdeos" can be "saved" through them (often based on an interpretation of the 144, 000 "jews" in Revelation). It is a giant mess!!

So both of these alleged enemies within the faith believe that Yahweh has a "spiritual" plan for these people and will bless "gentiles" if they try to convert them, when they instead should.. well, I probably should not go into that here..

Re: The Catholic Definition of "The Bride Of Christ"

PostPosted: Sat Dec 03, 2016 7:53 pm
by TR
I listen to a "Christian" radio station quite a bit while I work. They say a lot of crazy things and for the most part don't back it with scripture. I emailed one of the organizations recently and asked them how they can say the Israelis are God's chosen and be Antichrists at the same time, but of course I did not receive a reply. A guy was saying today how THE Antichrist will rise out of Europe soon. They all talk about how God is not a racist constantly. I am not sure what Bible they read.

Re: The Catholic Definition of "The Bride Of Christ"

PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 5:33 am
by NicoChristian
One of the worst unforgivable sins of the RCC is their promotion of miscegenation and trying to bring beasts into the church. I believe the majority of the RCC one billion members are beasts. It is comparable to the evil soviet empire or the UN. A one world empire of Babylon.