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Words of Wisdom to learn from and attain high ethical and moral values

 
 
 
 

The Pope Visit

 

Pope Francis is set on touring the countries of this world and everywhere, he is lauded and received with all the honors of a “holy man.” His next visit is to the US. Dr. Hubertus Mynarek, a church critical ex-theologian and ex-deacon of the Catholic theological faculty of the University of Vienna, who left the church for the sake of his conscience, has just written a book called, “Pope Francis – The Critical biography.” On the back cover we read: The enthusiasm for Pope Francis hardly seems to reach its limits. In comparison with his predecessor, his unceremonious and sympathetic demeanor compels admiration even from non-church-goers. And the faithful want to see him as a “reformer” or even a religious revolutionary. In his book, Mynarek asks: Are there really attempts made by him towards a change? Or is this pope merely a favorite of the media and a product of the wishes of the faithful after the brittle tenure of Benedict XVI?

Pope Francis

And on page 32, we read: “… Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit Order ... advised his disciples to closely study the character traits of the rulers, of the powerful and influential, so that in this way, they [the disciples] would smoothly fit in with the direction of their interests, and even intensify this through flattery, thereby steadfastly keeping up ‘a cheerfulness of countenance and the greatest friendliness of speech.’ At least in the latter aspect – with few exceptions that we can still see – Pope Francis, invariably amiable wherever he goes, truly follows the instructions of the founder of his Order.”

 
 
 
 

Dear Fellow People,

We do not proselytize, nor do we want to dissuade anyone from his faith. To us, Jesus, the Christ, is the standard, and He taught freedom. And so each one is free in his faith. Our concern is solely that justice is done to the name “Christian.”

 
 
 
 

Great minds state their position:

 
 
 
 

After intensely studying the history of Christianity, I know of no organization in antiquity, in the Middle Ages and during the present times, including and especially the 20th century, that at the same time is so long, so continuously and so terribly burdened with crime as is the Christian Church, particularly the Roman-Catholic Church.

(Karlheinz Deschner famous contemporary church historian, “Die beleidigte Kirche”)

 

When you read the legends of its saints, you find the names of a thousand canonized criminals.

(Claude Adrien Helvétius 1715 – 1771, French Philosopher)

Tolstoi

If the representatives of the Church are Christian, then I am not a Christian; and vice-versa.

(Leo N. Tolstoi, 1828 – 1910, Russian writer)

 

This would be the best of all possible worlds if there were no religion in it.

(John Adams, 735-1826, Second president of the U.S).

 
 
 
 
 
Wilhelm Busch

The blessings of nature are destroyed by the blessings of Rome.

(Wilhelm Busch, 1832-1908, Poet)

Nothing can be more contrary to religion and the clergy than reason and common sense.

(Voltaire, 1694-1778 French writer and philosopher)

The Bible has noble poetry in it... and some good morals and a wealth of obscenity, and upwards of a thousand lies.

(Mark Twain, 1835-1910 American writer and humorist,)

If all the historic books of the Bible were blotted from the memory of mankind, nothing of value would be lost.

(Robert Ingersoll, 1833 - 1899“The Great Orator”)

Religion is a monumental chapter in the history of human egotism.

William James (1842-1910)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Revolutionary Christ

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The Revolutionary Christ

What Jesus Wanted – What Christ Wants – What the Church Is

True Christianity is based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. So is Catholic Christian? Its history, up to the recent past shows otherwise: “By their fruits, you shall know them!”

 
 
 
 
 

The Catholic Church Should No Longer Call Itself Christian!

 

What would Jesus of Nazareth say if He returned to Earth and saw what the churches have made of His life’s work?

Catholic Church Should not Call Itself Christian

4 pp., folded, 0.4 oz.

 
 
 
 
 
Ghostwriter for the Pope

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Ghostwriter for the Pope

For the last visit to the US by a pope in January 2008, Radio Vatican went loo-king for a ghostwriter for the pope – Jo-seph Ratzinger, who was slated to hold a speech before the United Nations in New York. A draft was written that wo-uld help clean the slate. At the end of this proposal, the following words: “As a sign of penance and change, I decree that the church is dissolved as an institution and that its assets will benefit the poor.”

 
 
 
 
 

Was Jesus a False Prophet?

This flyer starts with the following words: “We all know that Jesus taught: ‘The one who takes the sword will perish by the sword.’ And the 5th Commandment ‘You shall not kill’ held true for Him without exception. So this means that Jesus must have opposed the God of the Old Testament, which teaches something entirely different…”

Was Jesus a False Prophet?

2 pp., folded, 0.1 oz

 
 
 
 
 
Savvy Americans

8.5 x 5.5, 0.1 oz

Savvy Americans...

 

“... do not go to churches made by human hands anymore, and they don’t go to gold-embossed church palaces, either… Instead, learn to pray in God’s cathedral of nature…

 
 
 
 
 

The Word of God, the Eternal to the current situation of the world

“At all times, I have taken people for myself and made them my speaking instruments, the prophets of God. Through them, I spoke to the people who opened their hearts for me, the Eternal One, and who used their minds to weigh and measure, in order to find the truth in their hearts, in the very bottom of their souls …”

The Word of God, The Eternal

4 pp., folded, 0.5 oz

 
 
 
 
 
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Vegetarians, Godless Heretics?

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Vegetarians: Godless Heretics? What meat-eaters and vegetarians alike should know

Today, being a vegetarian is fully in trend, and ever more people are deciding for a vegan diet. But what has changed for the animals? Isn’t the cruelty against animals still rising? Can there be a far deeper significance to this complex than simply being vegetarian or not? Where does this come from? A poignant mess-age about the background to mankind’s cruel attitude towards creation.

 
 
 
 
 
Who Is Sitting on the Chair of Peter?

228 pp., ISBN: 978-1-890841-44-7 $10.00

Who Is Sitting on the Chair of Peter? Only for the clever and analytical mind

If, in view of the media spectacle put on by the Vatican, doubts should come up as to what all that has in the least to do with Jesus, the Christ, we become all the more incensed to learn the extent to which the teaching and structure of the Church dire-ctly stems from pagan idolatry. A “Chris-tian” mantle has been draped over this cult of idolatry thus effectively duping mankind over centuries and still today.

 
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