posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 08:08 AM
Philosophically and canonically there are all sorts of errors, or at least it appears so.
First of all, the distinctions between Jesus and God are blurred, and this is outright sloppy and dangerous. Jesus spoke with God, and called him the
Father. He did not proclaim himself to be God. Rather, Jesus sought to share the Word, which was foretold.
The Pope was being punished for idolatry, which is totslly reasonable, except the fact the main statue or graven image is that of Jesus himself. And
here we have Jesus indirectly warning about idolatry in the church? So ask yourself, do I worship Jesus as God in flesh, and risk major idolatry, or
do I reject the image and focus my reverance for God alone?
Clearly the most logical result would be to reject the graven image of Jesus, and to keep the distinctions between God and Jesus obvious and clear.
Also in various translations of the Bible it appears to claim that people dont actually go to hell or heaven when they die, instead they wait in their
graves until the final returm commences and then they will raised from their graves.
So who do I believe? My own intimate knowledge of the Bible, or some kids wild story which is suspicious in nature?
Ill continue shortly...