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If taking into account the factor of Sabbath law, Catholics and Christians, who practice ‘Sunday’ worship are considered only as avid supporters of Emperor Constantine and never as followers of the Almighty. Worst, they are only opportunistically utilizing the Words of the heavenly Father to support the “Sunday’ worship that was introduced by Emperor Constantine, who is already dead, at the same time, not even considering that the Almighty, who is living, deserves respect on the Sabbath law that He spoken.
The law of the Almighty states:
20 And God spoke all these words, saying:
2 “I am the Lord thy God, who have brought (more…)
The decree issued by Emperor Constantine the Great known as the dies Solis—day of the sun, “Sunday”—as the Roman day of rest (Codex Justinianus 3.12.2) had directly resulted to the present Sunday worship practices of Catholics and Christians. Historically, prior to its issuance, the Sun worshiping had already been part of the Roman cult system and quoting from Wikipedia, it states:
“Sol Invictus (“Unconquered Sun”) was the official sun god of the later Roman Empire and a patron of soldiers. On 25 December 274 AD the Roman emperor Aurelian made it an official cult alongside the traditional Roman cults. Scholars disagree about whether the new deity was a refoundation of the ancient Latin cult of Sol, a revival of the cult of Elagabalus, or completely new. The god was favored by emperors after Aurelian and appeared on their coins until Constantine I. The last inscription referring to Sol Invictus dates to AD 387, and there were enough devotees in the 5th century that the Christian theologian Augustine found it necessary to preach against them.”
Despite the opposition from early theologians in the 5th century because sun worshiping had already generated enough devotees, they were prevailed upon by sun worshipers and as a result, Sunday worship was installed into the fabric of Catholic and Christian teachings, which is still persisting today. (more…)
Many bible scholars and historians, without using their common sense, are convinced that Emperor Constantine the Great was the first Christian Emperor or the first Emperor who was converted to Christianity. They likewise agree that his alleged conversion to Christianity had put to stop the Christian persecution after he succeeded Emperor Diocletian. They further believe that the latter was a very brutal Christian persecutor. However, they failed to see the opposite because the only Emperor, who politically desecrated the Sabbath, which was officially adopted in Christendom, was Emperor Constantine thereby making him as the Great Deceiver.
By comparison, it is noted that the influence of Emperor Diocletian and his Tetrarchy or the “Rule of Four” on alleged very brutal persecution of Christians was short-lived while the influence of Emperor Constantine in desecrating the Sabbath day, which is personally against the Almighty, prevailed until this time. Hence, in effect, he is more brutal than Diocletian because his imprint had indoctrinated Catholics and Christians to likewise defile the Sabbath day.
The imprint of Emperor Constantine influence over Catholic and Christian beliefs is manifested even today by believers’ hope for blessing, especially during Christmas and New Year, which is negated in Isaiah 56:1-2. It is because the desecration of Sabbath Day has negative effect on blessings. It states, to wit; (more…)
How severe is the delusion of Filipino Catholics and Christians concerning Christmas? This could be answered either by theoretical or academic rhetoric or by what is actually happening to Filipinos during Christmas.
My friends used to greet me “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year” during Christmas. As usual, I used to greet them back with the same Greetings before. But after realizing what is really in Christmas, I became hesitant to greet them with my usual greetings before and would greet them back with ‘good morning’ or ‘good afternoon’ or ‘good evening’ instead, just to let them feel that I am their friend. But neither could I tell them of craziness of Christmas. Otherwise, I expect rebuttal or be told as ‘kill joy’, etc.
What’s really in Christmas?
Many believed that Christmas is a celebration to commemorate or acknowledge the birth of Christ. This is good, as commemorating or acknowledging somebody’s birthday, especially if he is good, is indeed plausibly good. But whose birthday are Catholics and Christians celebrating for? So far, nobody can tell that December 25 is the date of birth of Christ, even (more…)