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Holy week: Proof of religious deception


Just like Christmas, which is a proof of religious deception, holy week needs destruction to convince humanity that it is not holy; that the idolatry deeply rooted in it is not acceptable; that parading the cross in the station of the cross and the ‘sign of the cross’ when praying are insults being in violation of God’s commandment. (Exodus 20:4)

Crown regency hotel

Holy week in Cebu Crown Regency Hotel? http://www.wordatthenet.com

Also, the destruction will convince that holy week is not necessary and an exercise in futility; that Roman Catholic Alleged Church is not the Church of Christ; that the alleged “holy” mass celebrated by Roman Catholic Alleged Church is a traditional religious deception; and, that “The Name” was and presently used in vain to deceive the  world through  ‘holy’ week.

Incidentally, the disaster may be able to “explain” clearly the scriptural truths, which are being destroyed by Roman Catholicism, opportunism, secularism which resulted to “same-sex marriage” and reproductive health law, and atheism.

In essence, it will be destruction against the destroyer of spiritual truths. Theoretically, therefore, this holy week, another evidence of religious deception will be at hand-the statistics of dead bodies. (more…)

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Holy week: Is it really holy?


Roman Catholicism is influencing the world to traditionally believe that ‘holy week’ is holy by calling the week holy. But in truth is there really such a thing, when deeply rooted in it are the ungodliness of doctrines and practices, including those that are promoting and attending to them?

holy leaves

There is foolishness in calling the leaves holy just like in the case of holy week. http://www.wordatthenet.com

Setting aside tradition and merely basing on simple human logic, are these doctrines and practices which promote idolatry during the week really holy?  How about the priests, nuns/sisters, bishops, archbishop and the Pope who promote idolatry during the week? Are they holy?

How about those attending masses during the week, are they also holy, when they grossly insult God with idolatry, with the ‘sign of the cross’, rosary and inverted lord’s prayer sung or recited during the mass, which is started with three (3) amen but without ending in it?

Instead of kneeling before God during the week, Roman Catholicism indoctrinated believers to kneel before the cross that is usually at the altar using the Name of God in vain. Is this practice holy? (more…)

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