posted on Dec, 16 2014 @ 08:28 AM
Brides of Christ, the catholic nuns (and the other christian nuns) are usually called like that. In the teaching of Paul, the larger view about the
Universal Church (undivided) is to be called the Bride of Christ. That is view held for many centuries. Is it therefore assumed for Christ to be
polygamous, if not now, then after His Second Coming?
Why then so much persecution, today only spiritual, on those who hold Gospels that speak of Jesus Christ to have been married? What's wrong if those
same people who deny these gospels as forgery, say they are Christ's bride? May be the wrong is within the interpretation of the churches who want to
see themselves as monopolies of Christ' teaching, and his only brides. Millions of them, while denying the one bride of flesh and blood that Jesus
perhaps had. Because if they accept that, they should accept the potential children and HEIRS of Jesus - something that directly hurts their power on
earth. Even if today that power is not over kings and crusaders but only on spiritual matters.
If tomorrow a son of Jesus appears in the skies, they have to bow down before him as authentic voice of his father.
To survive as teaching based on the TRUE FACTS and not on FABLES about Jesus Christ, the church theologians have to reread and redefine the theory of
what and who is exactly Christ's bride and sons/daughters. Including all the banned books or newly discovered gospels. It is a must do, if there will
be Christianity tomorrow. Or it is no more Christ-based theory, if it denies facts of the life of Jesus Christ on earth. And those facts today are
pretty well documented by books, made inaccessible by Rome at the time of the church fathers' councils. If that is not understood by today's
hierarchy, they risk the entire construction of the church together with their own well suited places.