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“Murderer” cross to “holy?” cross?


A “murderer” cross to “holy” cross-the God of Roman Catholicism? Was there a transformation of the “cross” to holiness? With all due respect to Roman Catholics and believers on the image of the cross, the logical proposition is: ” Roman Catholic “Alleged” Church had introduced to this world the combined force of life and death.

Despite calling it holy, the Cross still continue to murder by killing the soul.

By calling it holy, the cross became potent in murdering bodies and souls. http://www.wordatthenet.com.-

These are the physical body of Christ and  the cross, in a single system of faith-the Roman Catholicism. As a force of death, cross was instrumental in the death of Christ”.

When Christ died, he was resurrected to life by the Father in heaven but when the cross lost its force against early Christians, who were never afraid to die on the cross,  it was resurrected to life by the Holy Father in Vatican City through the Roman Empire, by way of adopting it as a symbol of Christianity.

By comparison, Christ called the Father in heaven as “Father” but Roman Catholicism is calling the Father in Vatican City as “Holy Father”.

Also, the body of Christ is not being called holy but the cross became “holy”. Roman Catholicism called it “holy” cross. Hence, a killer became holy.

Aside from calling it holy, Roman Catholicism uses “The Name” of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, whenever followers pray, by starting and ending the prayer with a “sign of the cross” and at the same time, uses “The Name” by reciting “In the name of the Father, of the Son, and the Holy Spirit..Amen”.

This ceremony spiritually put the image of the cross over and above “The name” considering that cross is only one and “The Name” being quoted pertains to three persons, thus, the cross, by way of a traditional deception, is being phrased  three time (3x) more than “The Name”.

Also, the symbolism in prayer has the semblance of (more…)

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