Donald Trump’s False “Christianity” Influenced by a 33° Freemason

For anyone who is holding out hope for either Ted Cruz and Donald Trump as president, you should really take a look at this video.  Both of these individuals have strong connections to free masonic masters and principles.

It will shock you to see that Donald Trump stumbles on the question of whether “he has ever asked God for forgiveness”.  At the end, he says “no, I have not” in a matter of fact way, and then goes on to describe The Great Norman Vincent Peale – his pastor who “shepherded” him, married him to one of his wives, and married one of his daughters.

Norman Vincent Peale is strongly known as a 33° Freemason of the Scottish Rite.  He is a false teacher that is known for quotes like the following:

In an interview with Phil Donahue in 1984, Peale said: “It’s not necessary to be born again. You have your way to God; I have mine. I found eternal peace in a Shinto shrine. … I’ve been to the Shinto shrines, and God is everywhere.” Donahue exclaimed, “But you’re a Christian minister; you’re supposed to tell me that Christ is the Way and the Truth and the Life, aren’t you?” Peale replied, “Christ is one of the ways! God is everywhere.”

While Donald Trump and Ted Cruz state they are “True Christians”, their actions speak louder than words.

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  • Steel on Steel

    To say someone is influenced by free masonic teachings is to be ignorant of the influence free masons have had in our whole society. The protestants churches are influence by the same teachings. Truth is relative and each individual can interpret the truth they hold. That is protestants, evangelicals and so forth. Each feels the Holy Spirit talks to them individually and they interpret Scriptures the way they want to. That is Relativism used with Scriptures.

    • servant of Christ

      I agree with most of what you’ve said and the argument of the mason
      subject is pointless anyway being that Hillary was also “influenced” by a
      33 deg. mason in her husband…however I do have to comment on the
      whole “protestants are relativists” comment you essentially made. (“But I
      tell you the truth, it is to your advantage that I go away; for if I do
      not go away, the Helper will not come to you; but if I go, I will send
      Him to you. And He, when He comes, will convict the world concerning sin
      and righteousness and judgement;” John 16:7-9, “But when He, the
      Spirit of truth, comes, He will guide you into all the truth; for He
      will not speak on His on initiative, but whatever He hears, He will
      speak; and He will disclose to you what is to come. He will glorify Me,
      for He will take of Mine and will disclose it to you. All things that
      the Father has are Mine; therefore I said that He take of Mine and will
      disclose it to you.” John 16:13-15 NASB) I don’t feel the Holy Spirit
      talks to me individually, I KNOW it does because JESUS tells me it will
      and I have experienced it numerous times…It’s simply fact. It’s when
      scripture is interpreted by oneself and not through prayer, trust in,
      and power of the Holy Spirit that turns it into relativism. …And as
      far as the whole protestant v. catholic thing goes, I think they’re both
      right in some points but in others they’re both obviously wrong…for
      instance the catholics praying to mother mary for forgiveness of sins as
      if she somehow usurped Jesus’ role of King, Savior and Judge or
      something…? That’s definitely not biblical…however most certainly is
      very pagan like. The bottom line is no denomination is 100% truth.
      Only Jesus Christ is 100% truth…and that’s why he sent his Spirit to
      dwell in us, so that we may know the truth.

      • Carolyn

        First off Catholics do not pray to Mary for forgiveness. They go to her as an intercessor—she is the greatest of saints. She is a member of the communion of saints. She is not a deity and is not prayed to. She is honored as the mother of our savior. If Jesus came back today out of the clouds and his mother was behind him and he said, “Behold your mother.” Would you ignore him and her? Well, those exact words were spoken of Jesus as he hung on the cross. The protestants are indeed relativists. They take what they want of Christianity and ignore the rest. Protestants are fond of interpreting the Bible themselves and then saying the Holy Spirit guided them. This can not be true based on the fact that the Holy Spirit is then giving lots of different answers to different people and we know that is more characteristics of demons than the third person of the trinity. The “Catholic Church” has been taken over by Freemasonry and is headed toward leading the one world religion out of apostate Rome. There is a remnant of true Catholic believers but they are hard to find. See http://www.novusordowatch.org for more information.

        • gdog

          Praying to the dead is strictly forbidden in the Bible. Deuteronomy 18:11 tells us that anyone who “consults with the dead” is “detestable to the Lord.”

          • Pieter Lemmens

            Catholics don’t pray to the dead, they pray for the soul of the dead. American evangelicals falsify systematically information, to the extent that they are informed.
            Mostly they are not.

          • brad4455

            If a Catholic prays to Mary they are praying to a dead woman. The Lord Jesus Christ is the only person who is alive and sits at the right hand of God to make intercession for the saints. The saints are us. Those who believe.

          • Pieter Lemmens

            To accept Jesus is a form of cooperation with God. We all pray for others, for their needs and salvation. In doing so we are intermediators too in God’s salvation. Mary is the first evangelist. She carried the Word of God in her body. She was the first mediator in Gods salvation plan.
            She’s blessed until eternity.

          • MReneeSimmons

            That’s a complete and utter facility. Mary was so not the first evangelist–John was! Jesus coming to Earth was a DEMOTION so being in Mary’s body didn’t make Mary a step ahead of Jesus. She was only highly favored of God to carry out the task of surrogate mother–not to be glorified b/c she gave birth to Jesus.

        • brad4455

          Jesus is the born again belivers intersesor. Not a dead women named Mary.

          • Pieter Lemmens

            At the end of her life, the Sinless Virgin was assumed, body and soul, into heaven. Just like Enoch, Elijah and perhaps others before her.
            She didn’t ascended to heaven. Jesus by his own power ascended into heaven. Mary was assumed or taken to heaven by God, not by her own power

          • brad4455

            You can’t be serious. Where in the world did you get that.

          • Pieter Lemmens

            We have a grave of Jesus, graves of St Peter and St Paulus, but no grave or remains of the Holy Virgin. She was apparently never buried. She died in Jerusalem or Ephesus, but none of these cities claims her remains because their are none.

          • brad4455

            The Sacred Tradition of Eastern Christianity teaches that the Virgin Mary died a natural death (the Dormition of the Theotokos, the falling asleep), like any human being; that her soul was received by Christ upon death; and that her body was resurrected on the third day after her repose, at which time she was taken up, soul and body, into heaven in anticipation of the general resurrection. Her tomb, according to this teaching, was found empty on the third day.
            Roman Catholic teaching holds that Mary was “assumed” into heaven in bodily form, the Assumption; the question of whether or not Mary actually underwent physical death remains open in the Catholic view.

          • Pieter Lemmens

            The Sinless Virgin received the Word of God when she conceived Jesus. God’s angel took all her sins away when he greeted Her. Further she witnessed every major step in Jesus’ life. Jesus performed his first miracle on her request. The gospel of Lucas makes this very clear.
            That she only began believing during Pentecost is a ridiculous statement.

          • brad4455

            Where did I say she began to believe on Pentecost. She always believed. Mary is not important. Jesus is the LORD and Lord. Jesus is our intercessor not Mary. Sorry if the truth hurts.

          • Pieter Lemmens

            The Sinless Virgin is uttermost important. Without Her no Jesus. She’s the very first christian.
            American evangelicals are heretics.

          • brad4455

            Mary gave birth to the Christ that’s it nothing more. Roman Catholicism is nothing more the paganism rebranded..

          • Pieter Lemmens

            Idiot, it were the Greek speaking christians who introduced the Holy Virgin veneration. American ‘evangelism’ are 38.000 cults. One more bizar than the other.

          • brad4455

            Catholicism is paganism rebranded.

          • Pieter Lemmens

            American ‘evangelism’ are 38.000 satanic cults.

          • brad4455

            I pray that the Lord Jesus Christ will open your eyes and draw you to Himself. I pray that the Holy Spirit will convict you and make Jesus real to you. In the name of Jesus I pray. Amen

          • Pieter Lemmens

            May the Snless Virgin plea for your sinful soul. You desperately need Her assistance.

          • brad4455

            Since when did Mary become sinless?

          • Pieter Lemmens

            In Luke 1:27 the angel greets Mary with ‘Chaire kecharitomene’ which literally signifies: ‘Hail, you who have been graced’ or ‘ Hail, you whose sins have been taken away’.
            The Greek perfect tens denotes a present state which is the result of an action in the past.

          • brad4455

            The Immaculate Conception is a doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church in regards to Mary, Jesus’ mother. The official statement of the doctrine reads, “The blessed Virgin Mary to have been, from the first instant of her conception, by a singular grace and privilege of Almighty God, in view of the merits of Christ Jesus the Savior of Mankind, preserved free from all stain of original sin” (Pope Pius IX, Ineffabilis Deus, December 1854). Essentially, the Immaculate Conception is the belief that Mary was protected from original sin, that Mary did not have a sin nature and was, in fact, sinless.

            Catholics celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary on December 8. Within Eastern Orthodoxy, December 9 is the date of the Feast of the Conception by St. Anne of the Most Holy Theotokos. (Anne is Mary’s mother, according to tradition.) The Eastern Church does not hold to the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception, although they do consider Mary “all-holy,” that is, she never committed a sin.

            The Immaculate Conception is not a virgin birth. Catholics believe Mary was conceived the normal way, but God made her immune from imputed or inherited sin. For as long as she’s been in existence, Mary has been free of sin. This allowed her to be the “second Eve” to give birth to the “second Adam” (see 1 Corinthians 15:45). Overshadowed by the Holy Spirit (Luke 1:35), Mary was a pure and holy “ark,” fit to carry the Son of God. As the ark of the Lord in Moses’ day carried the elements of the Old Covenant within it, so Mary carried the Author of the New Covenant within her.

            The Roman Catholic Church bases its teaching of the Immaculate Conception on tradition along with a couple passages of Scripture. One is Genesis 3:15, the protoevangelium. There, God speaks to the serpent: “I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers.” Catholics point to the fact that the conflict between the serpent and the woman is equal to the conflict between the serpent and the woman’s Offspring, and they explain this by saying the woman (Mary) must be as equally sinless as her Offspring (Christ). The other passage cited by Catholics in support of the Immaculate Conception is Luke 1:28, “The angel went to her and said, ‘Greetings, you who are highly favored! The Lord is with you.’” The Greek word translated “highly favored” can be rendered “favored with grace”; thus, according to Catholic dogma, Mary had a superabundance of grace, rendering her sinless, and that’s why God chose her to bear His Son.

            The Roman Catholic Church argues that the Immaculate Conception is necessary because, without it, Jesus would have received His flesh from one who was herself a slave to the devil, whose works Jesus came to destroy (1 John 3:8). Mary, as the mother of the Redeemer, needed for her flesh to be free from the power of sin, and God gave her that privilege. From her time in the womb, Mary was sanctified because of her special role in bringing the Son of God incarnate into the world.

            One problem with the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception is that it is not taught in the Bible. Even Catholics admit that Scripture does not directly teach the Immaculate Conception. The Bible nowhere describes Mary as anything but an ordinary human female whom God chose to be the mother of the Lord Jesus Christ. Mary was undoubtedly a godly woman (Luke 1:28). Mary was surely a wonderful wife and mother. Jesus definitely loved and cherished His mother (John 19:27). But the Bible gives us no reason to believe that Mary was sinless. In fact, the Bible gives us every reason to believe that Jesus Christ is the only Person who was not “infected” by sin and never committed a sin (see Ecclesiastes 7:20; Romans 3:23; 2 Corinthians 5:21; 1 Peter 2:22; 1 John 3:5).

            The doctrine of the Immaculate Conception is neither biblical nor necessary. Jesus was miraculously conceived inside Mary, who was a virgin at the time. That is the biblical doctrine of the virgin birth. The Bible never hints that there was anything significant about Mary’s conception. Mary is not an exception to the Bible’s statement that “all have sinned” (Romans 3:23). Mary needed a Savior just like the rest of us (Luke 1:47).

          • Pieter Lemmens

            American evangelicals try to humiliate the Sinless Virgin by rewriting and ignoring the Scriptures. How many times did an angel appear to you?
            The angel announces sinlessness, kecharitomene, and that She will be the Mother of God’s own Son. These are all such extraordinary events that it is impossible that this woman was illiterate in God’s plan.
            ‘All generations shall call me blessed because God has done great things to me’. This is a prophecy, totally ignored by the evangelicals who refute this verse and still consider the Holy Virgin as nothing more than a breeding cow.

            When Jesus is born a ‘multitude of angels’ appear and sing praises. So unusual.
            Kings come from far to visit Him. So unusual.
            A prophet Simeon comes in the temple and hails the new born child before His mother. But dumb Mary still comprehends nothing, according to the evangelicals.

            ‘And His Mother kept all these words in Her heart’. She knew the whole prophecy concerning Her Son. She saw Him growing in wisdom, age and grace with men and God. And you still think she saw and understood nothing?
            The Scriptures don’t lie, they are clear on these heavenly things.
            Put your pride aside and honor the Mother of your Savior as is prophecied in Luke 1:48.

          • brad4455

            Sir, Mary was blessed and she is all the things you say. She was not dumb, she knew who Jesus was. But where I differ from you is that Jesus is the only one who can save mankind from its sins. (1Timothy 2:5) says “For there is only one God and one Mediator who can reconcile God and humanity–the man Christ Jesus”. This is just one of the things that we differ on. (Matt. 12:47 – 50) says “Someone told him, Your mother and brothers are standing outside, wanting to speak to you. He replied to him, “Who is my mother, and who are my brothers?” Pointing to his disciples, he said, “Here are my mother and my brothers.For whoever does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother and sister and mother.” Jesus never calls Mary his mother. Why is that? Because he knew people would end up worshiping her. I don’t know Latin and all that stuff but I know my bible and doctrine.

          • Pieter Lemmens

            Nobody denies the fact that Jesus is the Savior. But Anglicans, catholics, coptics and orthodox firmly believe that the Virgin is a safeway to Her Son.
            Jesus performed his first miracle at the request of His Mother. She started His public life.
            Hanging on the cross He brought John and His Mother together.
            But Jesus wasn’t a family man. See Luke 14:26 or Matthew 19:29.

          • brad4455

            Scripture actually has very little to say about Mary. There’s no description of her physical appearance, nothing about her life, her later years after Christ’s death, or her own death and burial. And when she does briefly appear with the disciples and the other believers on the day of Pentecost, she’s not an object of worship or even a leader in the early church—she’s just one among many. There simply are no biblical examples of anyone ever praying to her, honoring her, or venerating her.

            Nor does she play a role in any biblical explanation of the gospel. Paul wrote a magnificent treatise on the doctrine of salvation that we know as the book of Romans, and all he said about the mother of Jesus is that she was “a descendent of David” (Romans 1:3). He’s even less specific in Galatians, another lengthy exposition of the pure, true gospel in which he simply said that Christ was “born of a woman” (Galatians 4:4).

            Contrast that with the unending Catholic volumes on the life of Mary, the miracles of Mary, the death of Mary, the apparitions of Mary, and on and on it goes. That’s why it’s often a shock for Catholics to read the Bible and see how little is actually said about Mary.

            But that’s what happens when you elevate tradition to the level of Scripture and ascribe to men the infallible characteristics that only belong to God. It warps the truth of Scripture and distorts the Person and work of Jesus Christ.

            God alone is our Redeemer, our Deliverer, our Benefactor, and our Comforter. He alone is to be worshiped, venerated, adored, and petitioned. The testimony of Scripture is clear. I am gratified that you Pieter, are bothered by my position. I hope it forces you to think about the primary reasons why the Reformation was borne.

            What I am doing, is elevating Scripture above history, above the Church Fathers, and above catholic testimony, indeed above all men. This is what Martin Luther did.

            I’m sure you’re aware that in the last 20 years the debates between Protestants and Catholics have succeeded in identifying the real crux of all disagreement – from Bellarmine to Keating, Otto Hahn, Romanism unabashedly *denies* the supremacy and sufficiency of Scripture for our rule of faith. Tradition and The Church actually has more authority over Scripture. This much we already know.

            So what you’re reacting to is my commitment to teach *only* those things that are God-breathed, and no more.

            Obviously, Rome claims that the Church through history has more to say. But far from establishing a patrine consensus, more and more study of early church history demonstrates that most early church fathers were as committed to Sola Scriptura as I am. But even if they weren’t, would that change anything? Scripture is authoritative even if all men are wrong.

            Your reaction to discussion of Mary is a perfect example. Scripture teaches that Mary is a normal woman who had children after Jesus in the normal way. Scripture says that. Rome teaches otherwise. You have chosen to believe what your Church has said, and even if it is at odds with Scripture, you support the Church.

            This is why the Bible exists, and why the commentaries exist. The Church is not at all what Rome has made it. Its authority is derivative to Scripture, not the other way around.

            I write all this because we need to make the root problem really clear. This is about Scripture’s authority.

            Either the Apostle Paul wrote “don’t go beyond what is written” and meant it in support of Sola Scriptura, or he meant something else.

            That is the war, the testimony of Scripture as God-breathed and fully authoritative.

            Catholic popes, from Clement to Benedictus, have no authority to add to Scripture via tradition or alleged church authority.

            The disagreement you have is good, because it reveals something about the way we treat Scripture. I pray you will see that Scripture as God-breathed is authoritative, and the Church is her servant, not her master.

            Keep it up!

          • Pieter Lemmens

            The protoevangelium of James enlightens further the figure of the Virgin. Considered an apocryphal now it was read in broad circles in early christianity and translated in at least 9 languages.

            There are several interpretations. The coptic churches accept the immaculate conception. The anglican and catholic churches issued a joint document in 2005 – Mary: grace and hope in Christ, the so called Seattle Statement.
            The veneration of the Virgin is strong in orthodoxy though orthodox theology concerning the Virgin differs on several points from the coptic and anglo-catholic view.

            I don’t believe in the sola scriptura doctrine. Early christians read totally different texts or maybe weren’t in the possession of texts.

          • brad4455

            It has been a pleasure debating with you.

          • MReneeSimmons

            You deny the fact that Jesus is savior if you bow your knee to ask Mary to intercede for you to get to Jesus. You’re saying Mary is greater than Jesus and that Jesus alone is not enough. You’re saying that God wasted His time sending Jesus to Earth to die on the cross because man still has to go through a priest, a saint and Jesus’ mother just to get to Jesus before they can get to God. You’re pretty much calling God dumb as rocks for creating several extra steps to Him instead of one.

            God formed man and woman from the dust of the ground and Adam called his wife/counterpart WOMBED-MAN. Jesus NEVER refers to Mary has His mother. He only calls her WOMBED MAN or Woman (What have I to do with you? John 2:4). At His death, He tells John that Mary is John’s mother because Mary was simply a vessel (like a surrogate mom) John 19:27

          • MReneeSimmons

            If you’re channeling Mary against Jesus, you just lost your entire case. The lie explained up-top is that Catholics don’t worship Mary or pray to her, but here you are asking Mary to do something that only Jesus came to do.

          • MReneeSimmons

            Mary wasn’t sinless b/c she was FEARFUL. Jesus was sinless.
            If Mary said no, God could have picked another virgin. If Mary was all of that, she wouldn’t need an angel to tell her ‘fear not.’ She was not the first ‘Christian’ because Jesus didn’t start preaching until he was in His 30s. Jesus also never calls mary his mother. He only refers to her as woman.

          • brad4455

            The phrase “mother of God” originated with and continues to be used in the Roman Catholic Church. One of the topics at the Council of Ephesus in AD 431 was the use of the Greek term Theotókos, or “God-bearer,” in reference to Mary. That council officially proclaimed Mary as the “mother of God,” and the doctrine was later included in the Catholic catechism. The idea behind calling Mary the “mother of God” is that, since Jesus is God and Mary is the mother of Jesus, she is the mother of God.

            The major problem with this logic is that the term “God” implies the totality of Yahweh, and we know that Yahweh has no beginning and no end (Psalm 90:2). First Timothy 6:15-16 says that God is immortal. Being immortal, God never was “born” and never had a “mother.” The second Person of the Trinity, Jesus, did have a beginning to His earthly ministry when he was conceived in Mary’s womb and was born, but from eternity past He had always been the Son of God.

            Philippians 2:6–7 gives us a bit more insight on what transpired when Jesus left heaven to become man. The New Living Translation says, “Though he was God, he did not think of equality with God as something to cling to. Instead, he gave up his divine privileges; he took the humble position of a slave and was born as a human being.” Jesus was already one with the Father, but He set aside His rights as Divinity and took the form of a baby (John 1:1). He went on to live the normal life of a Jewish boy, obeying His earthly parents (Luke 2:51).

            A mother by definition precedes her child and at some point is more powerful than her child. So to call Mary the “mother of God” gives the misleading implication that Mary preceded and at one time was more powerful than the Lord God Almighty. Although Catholic doctrine tries to deny this implication, it is inescapable.

            It is biblical to say that Mary was the mother of the Lord Jesus Christ during His incarnation on the earth. However, Catholics believe it is not enough to say that Mary was the mother of Jesus. Pope John Paul II, in a speech in 1996, encouraged people “not only to invoke the Blessed Virgin as the Mother of Jesus, but also to recognize her as Mother of God” (L’Osservatore Romano, 4 December 1996, p. 11). This is not biblical. The Lord God Almighty has no mother, since He has no beginning and no end (Genesis 1:1; Revelation 4:8).

          • brad4455

            “Who is the Queen of Heaven?”

            Answer: The phrase “the queen of heaven” appears in the Bible twice, both times in the book of Jeremiah. The first incident is in connection with the things the Israelites were doing that provoked the Lord to anger. Entire families were involved in idolatry. The children gathered wood, and the men used it to build altars to worship false gods. The women were engaged in kneading dough and baking cakes of bread for the “Queen of Heaven” (Jeremiah 7:18). This title referred to Ishtar, an Assyrian and Babylonian goddess also called Ashtoreth and Astarte by various other groups. She was thought to be the wife of the false god Baal, also known as Molech. The motivation of women to worship Ashtoreth stemmed from her reputation as a fertility goddess, and, as the bearing of children was greatly desired among women of that era, worship of this “queen of heaven” was rampant among pagan civilizations. Sadly, it became popular among the Israelites as well.

            The second reference to the queen of heaven is found in Jeremiah 44:17-25, where Jeremiah is giving the people the word of the Lord which God has spoken to him. He reminds the people that their disobedience and idolatry has caused the Lord to be very angry with them and to punish them with calamity. Jeremiah warns them that greater punishments await them if they do not repent. They reply that they have no intentions of giving up their worship of idols, promising to continue pouring out drink offerings to the queen of heaven, Ashtoreth, and even going so far as to credit her with the peace and prosperity they once enjoyed because of God’s grace and mercy.

            It is unclear where the idea that Ashtoreth was a “consort” of Yahweh originated, but it’s easy to see how the blending of paganism that exalts a goddess with the worship of the true King of heaven, Yahweh, can lead to the combining of God and Ashtoreth. And since Ashtoreth worship involved sexuality (fertility rites and temple prostitution), the resulting relationship, to the depraved mind, would naturally be one of a sexual nature. Clearly, the idea of the “queen of heaven” as the consort or paramour of the King of heaven is idolatrous and unbiblical.

            There is no queen of heaven. There has never been a queen of heaven. There is most certainly a King of Heaven, the Lord of hosts. He alone rules in heaven. He does not share His rule or His throne or His authority with anyone. The idea that Mary, the mother of Jesus, is the queen of heaven has no scriptural basis whatsoever. Instead, the idea of Mary as the queen of heaven stems from proclamations of priests and popes of the Roman Catholic Church. While Mary was certainly a godly young woman greatly blessed in that she was chosen to bear the Savior of the world, she was not in any way divine, nor was she sinless, nor is she to be worshipped, revered, venerated, or prayed to. All followers of the Lord God refuse worship. Peter and the apostles refused to be worshipped (Acts 10:25–26; 14:13–14). The holy angels refuse to be worshipped (Revelation 19:10; 22:9). The response is always the same: “Worship God!” To offer worship, reverence, or veneration to anyone but God is nothing short of idolatry. Mary’s own words in her “Magnificat” (Luke 1:46–55) reveal that she never thought of herself as “immaculate” or deserving of veneration; on the contrary, she was relying on the grace of God for salvation: “And my spirit rejoices in God my Savior.” Only sinners need a savior, and Mary recognized that need in herself.

            Furthermore, Jesus Himself issued a mild rebuke to a woman who cried out to Him, “Blessed is the mother who gave you birth and nursed you” (Luke 11:27), replying to her, “Blessed rather are those who hear the word of God and obey it.” By doing so, He curtailed any tendency to elevate Mary as an object of worship. He could certainly have said, “Yes, blessed be the Queen of Heaven!” But He did not. He was affirming the same truth that the Bible affirms—there is no queen of heaven, and the only biblical references to the “queen of heaven” refer to the goddess of an idolatrous, false religion.

          • MReneeSimmons

            LIES: Jesus rose again. There were witnesses to that as well as His walking through walls and eating with His disciples. All while Mary was weeping clueless, Jesus was in hell, putting Satan in his place. Bible doesn’t say what happened to Mary or Joesph b/c their deaths were not important. The entire new Testament that the Priests read is about Jesus’ life, death, burial and resurrection as well as His return. There is no mention of Mary coming back to save a fly! If we let the Catholics tell it, Mary is Jesus’ administrative assistant. She answers all calls and reads His emails; sorts and filters which ones get to Him in what order.

          • MReneeSimmons

            Either way, Mary is NOT the savior. Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit are ONE. Mary was nowhere to be seen on day 0 so she’s not Jesus’ go-between. What do you look like asking Jesus’ mom to hook you up with her son b/c you want to be saved, when the Bible says all you have to do is CONFESS: John 3:16?

          • Carolyn

            Your problem is interpreting scriptures for yourselves. Christ left us His Church not the Bible. The Catholic Church determined what would be in the Bible in the first place. What did the “Christians” do before the printing press or the literacy rate soared. No he would never based salvation so loosely. The Protestants are doomed unless they convert to the one holy apostolic church (not the church you see that has been taken over by Satan himself) Research what secular journalists wrote in 1917 Fatima for starters. Then read Luke 1:27-31 the verses for which The Hail Mary prayer was based. We never worship the Blessed Mother. We ask her for her intersession as she is the greatest saint in heaven. Does not the Bible say, we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses? Our Blessed Mother is the only hope that people have to find Jesus as She brings all to our Lord. 2017 not only marks the 100th anniversary of the miracle at Fatima but the 500th year of the Protestant break from the Catholic Church–surely an action that will bring God’s anger upon us. We are nearing the end of the 5th Church Age not the end of the world as the Protestants believe. We are headed for horrible times ahead which will be followed by a relatively short period of peace (25 years of so) when everyone left is Catholic or becomes Catholic and then the Antichrist will appear on the scene. http://www.mostholyfamilymonastery.com

          • brad4455

            We the born again believers are the church. Not a building. The Church is wrongly interpreted, it actually say the congregation. We the Congregation are the church.

          • waysey1

            The only hope to find Jesus is certainly not Mary, it is Jesus Himself, ask Him to forgive you and and live inside you and guide you daily. Really very simple. Then live you life according to His teachings.

          • MReneeSimmons

            A witness is not a saint.

            John 3:16 trumps Luke 1:27-31. Mary is NOT the ONLY HOPE to finding Jesus. We don’t need her to get to Jesus if Jesus is the intermediary to God!

            The Bible says the Traditions of MEN make the word of God of no effect. ALL religious traditions of men –esp. catholicism choke the word and make it fruitless. There is no way God needs Mary to save the World else Jesus wouldn’t have to go to the cross to save Mary and all these saints you bow to and lay prostrate before. They are DEAD people who cannot intercede for anyone. Mary couldn’t even turn water into wine, but you’re saying we have to go to her to get to Jesus b/c she carried Him for 9 months or because she asked Jesus to help with wine service and He complied? Jesus had to check Mary and tell her that He’s about His Father’s business when she lost track of Him in the temple. She couldn’t even track Jesus, but we have to go to her to intercede to Jesus? Jesus is the last great high priest and intercessor (period). Everything else is a LIE.

            The book of Revelations speaks about a great Harlot. It also speaks about the ills of each type of church that held a tradition that limited God’s glory. Catholics are included! By the way, Jehovah Witnesses say the same thing–that they are the remnant who will remain. You both can’t be right! Find your truth in Revelations!

        • waysey1

          Carolyn, Jesus is the only intercessor we need. Mary is not an intercessor. And yes she should be honored as the Mother of Jesus but is not an intercessor.

        • MReneeSimmons

          Why do you need an intercessor if Jesus is both savior AND intercessor, who is seated at the right hand of God?

          Who will bring any charge against God’s elect? It is God who justifies. Who is there to condemn us? For Christ Jesus, who died, and more than that was raised to life, is at the right hand of God — and He is interceding for us. Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Romans 8:34

          Jesus told John, ‘behold your mother.’ He didn’t tell the world that Mary is our mother. Eve is the mother of ALL men — including Mary, but I don’t see Catholics worshipping Eve because she’s Mary’s greatest of grandmother’s!

          Catholics don’t even believe in the Holy Spirit, they pray the rosary and leave the Holy Spirit completely out of prayer. Catholics don’t yield to the Holy Spirit. Most have never hand an encounter with God’s spirit. Rather than basing your finding on what scholars, priests and researcher wrote, read the Bible!

      • MReneeSimmons

        Great breakdown of the Good Book and balance of scripture. It explains why so many Evangelical and Protestant Christians can condone Trump’s behavior while dragging everyone else for the same or equally appalling conduct.

        It’s crossed my mind a few times if Trump is actually a hypnotist. I feel he is the garden snake that convinced Eve to second-guess God. He is like Lucifer who was able to deceive 1/3 of the angels — converting them to demons. Lucifer was so illustrious, attractive and conniving that it was hard for anyone to discern him from God. If you’re carnally minded and everything about life is ‘relative’ to your status (especially middle class to wealthy), you don’t have a need to reconcile much with God so your truth stands at 50% or less of what God intended.

    • Bruce Lee Roy

      i just want some neck from you.

    • Allie

      Newsflash. Truth is not relative. Jesus is TRUTH.

    • Eric Faith

      Well stated. I think that ‘Evangelical/Fundamentalist/Protestant Christianity has become so disgusted with itself as just more and more ‘moves of’ and ‘revivals’ (Is Christ’s Church a corpse) happen or are planned that they did resort some many years ago, the to using the actual ‘denomination’ of ‘non-denominationalism,’ which is another false ecumenical movement trying to elevate itself above every sect by claiming that it is ‘Christian only.’ To denominate something means to give it a name and identity so non-denominationalism is contradictory in nature and a sad result of a kind of spiritual self-deception of what I call ‘separated brethren.’ A good reference book in understanding denominationalism is William J. Whalen’s Separated Brethren, which is a very objective study that doesn’t favor one sect over another. As for ‘conservatism vs. liberalism,’ please don’t get me started as I could write until time’s ending about how I believe the ‘smoke of Satan’ entering the Church (being a comment of Pope Paul VI during the 60’s) is the fog of a war between conservatism and liberalism. Good Eternal Father, Divine Yehoshua, and Holy Spirit Almighty! This is exactly what was happening in Jesus’ time here on earth with the ancient Pharisees (hypocrisy) and Scribes (heresy)! Even Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich (America in her native German?) prophesied that on towards the end of time, people would seem to always be divided between two camps. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0d00404ccdcc9528e0ad60f8aff9d2f25b145509a5b14ec54ec5a31c5aac8365.jpg

  • A.T.

    The Vatican 2 Novus Ordo religion that started in early 1965 is simply the masonic/protestant infiltration of the Roman Catholic Church in its final stage.
    The true Roman Catholic Church is alive albeit in underground chapels usually called “sedevacantist”.
    The protestant church is Zionist/Freemasonry.
    The obelisk at the Vatican has a massive cross on top and it represents the Catholic Church conquering paganism.
    Every Pope since 1951 has destroyed Catholic tradition little by little until by the mid 1960’s true catholics realized a new religion had started.6 protestant ministers helped create the new invalid mass and new invalid rite of holy orders.
    If you’re catholic & trapped in the false novus ordo,look up Thuc line bishops,Mendez line bishops.