Tuesday, June 21, 2011

May 21 End of the World? "Oh wait no, I meant October 21"

o the deception continues from flashy California's Protestant Ministries. So May 21st came and went without so much as a hiccup. So now Protestant Minister Camping has decided that the end of the world really wasn't May 21st, but October 21st. Never mind that his same prediction back in 1994 failed miserably, now he wants to take a third wild swing and strike himself out. So when October 21st comes and goes and Camping has 3 strikes to his count - can we then finally dispense with the Protestant B.S. artistry of privately interpreting the bible, please?

The Church wrote and approved the bible. As author of the Bible, Holy Mother Church alone has rights to interpret the sacred texts, not some self-aggrandized bible thumpin' prima donna from California (of all places). The Church in Rome, the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church alone interprets the Bible. Private interpretation of the Bible has gotten the world in more trouble than anything in its history.

From the radical fragmentation of Christianity - thanks to one sole private interpreting Augustinian monk named Martin Luther to the suicide pact cults who interpret the end in a remote compound, to Camping's failed predictions. And for what? Attention? God only knows. But once again, here is one more reason to trust in the One Church that Christ founded upon the Apostles: the Holy Roman Catholic Church - the world's sole authority of the Bible. We need to all remember that the Church is mother of the Bible not the other way around.

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