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The main argument on ‘Constantine the Great’ Cross Deception is: “In case of conflict between the words concerning idolatry in the ten commandments written by God himself and the opinion spoken by St. Paul regarding ‘cross’ in Galatians 6:14 and 1 Corinthians 1:18, which one should prevail- is it the words written by God himself or the opinion spoken by St. Paul?” What is your answer?
Also, did St. Paul ever encourage ‘Christians’ to kneel before and give phrases to the physical cross, using the name of God in vain? The answer is in the negative.
If St. Paul did not teach God believers to kneel before and give phrases to the cross, then what are the Roman Catholics doing when they are placing the cross at the altar and in their belief system?
Also, the same image could be seen in cemeteries, streets, above the buildings, Lutheran Church, Baptist Church, in John Hagee Ministries Facebook page, which is featured in this article, and in other christian sect belief system.
In effect, can we consider a person phrasing the cross as followers of Christ or true Christians? Or can we consider him a ‘cross’ believer instead of a God believer?
Readers, yours is the decision.
If you are in doubt that for centuries Christianity was contaminated by Constantine The Great through the cross, it is very sure that Christ did not depend on physical cross, where he was crucified, for his existence or did not encourage followers to kneel before the cross.
Logically therefore, if you have the physical cross in your belief system you are not a follower of Christ or true Christian but a follower of Constantine the Great or follower of “Constantianity” or a true ‘Constantian’. (more…)
Why are the cross and rosary considered as gross insults to God? Historically, the cross was introduced in 312 A.D by Constantine the Great, who was a Roman Emperor, while the rosary was introduced by St. Dominic at the time of the “Albigensian Crusade or Cathar Crusade (1209–1229), which was a 20-year military campaign initiated by Pope Innocent III to eliminate Catharism in Languedoc, in the south of France. x x x “(Wikipedia).
Both were later deceptively called ‘holy’ by the Roman Catholicism.
The use of a physical cross as a sign and symbol emerged gradually in Christian practices.
While the theology of the cross is taught by Paul and the sign of the cross for baptism and protection is reported fairly early, the use of a physical cross rarely appears before the fourth century.(1)
At that time, two events involving Constantine led to the use of a physical cross or cross form by the state, the emerging church, and Christians.
In the first event, Constantine reports having a vision of a sign, either while sleeping or seen in the sky, that came to be identified with Christ. With the vision and dream he saw the words, In Hoc Signo Vinces, “In this sign conquer”, and assured his victory over Maxentius. He placed the sign at the top of his standard and on the shields of his men and won the battle of Milvian Bridge outside of Rome in 312. (2)This victory made Constantine the emperor of the West. He surprised everyone by openly supporting (more…)
Roman Catholic and other alleged churches are very innovative and full of foolishness. While God is only one, they innovated by dividing Him into three in trinity doctrine.
After God created man in his ‘image’, they in-turned created ‘images’ to be kissed, loved, served, revered, and in some case, worshiped as God, as their way of counter-creating their own God. Also, when God gave the ten commandments, they amended it by inserting idolatry, which is known as iconography, and also by teaching followers to kneel before the cross.
In fine, God and the Roman Catholics leaders and their allies are both creators. Only that- the latter are creators of ‘other truth’, which in the view of the former, are consequently lies.
Instead of asking for forgiveness, Roman Catholicism is continuing the lies and apparently enjoying it. This started when Constantinople the Great was allegedly converted to Christianity. In fact, he colonized Christianity by introducing holy? trinity (more…)