Roman Catholic theologians are creative, very dynamic and less likely satisfied. They seemingly believe in Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution and in population explosion theory. But instead of applying the theories to animals, they applied them to Almighty God.
From One God, they theorized in trinity doctrine that God has three persons, namely, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, by combining the three (3) distinct and separate entities into One.
Not satisfied, they theorized that the three persons have a company, which is the southern ‘cross’ in heaven, by indoctrinating followers, to make the ‘sign of the cross’, before and after praying at the same time, teaching them to say “In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy spirit…amen”.
There is doctrinal compulsion of the companionship of the four because prayers are incomplete when one of them-the cross, is missing.
Of course, as the three persons were doctrinally made to be in compulsory company with the southern cross, then what we have is ‘quadrinity’ doctrine, as there are now four (4) persons in company.
But not yet satisfied, they theorized that the three persons, who are in compulsory company with the southern cross, have a mother, which the Roman Catholics identified as ‘Mother of God’ in the rosary. Of course, this theory would logically make up for the ‘quintinity’ doctrine, because there are now five (5) persons in company.
But not not yet satisfied, they theorized that saints are equally to be revered as they can also heal sickness, even with the impossibility of making sure if indeed the one who healed the sickness is the spirit of the saint himself. In short, they theorized that the sickness was healed by the spirit of the saints.
Thus, by constructing their respective icons, saints are equally placed in such a status just like a cross, which can be seen in the altar where Roman Catholics focus to pray.
As there is infinity of saints that maybe recognized and placed in saintly status, then logically, the cross will have infinite companies as time goes by if Roman Catholicism does not end. In this case, we could have the ‘infinity’ doctrine.
In conclusion, Roman Catholicism has traditionally innovated the One God teaching to trinity, then to quadrinity, to quintinity and finally, to infinity doctrine, anchored on idolatry.
God commanded “not to make images of anything in heaven or on earth or in the water under the earth” (Exodus 20:4). These words however, were made to finally evolve by Roman Catholicism into “make images of anything in heaven or on earth or in the water under the earth” that include the cross, images of alleged ‘Mother of God’, images of alleged Son of God, and images of the saints.
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