“The Rock Dialogues” are deceptions! Without “The Rock Dialogues”, Protestant Denominations lose credibility. That leads to loss of donations.
Protestants use “The Rock Dialogues” to confuse the clear words of Jesus in Mt. 16: 18-20, “Verily, verily I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven. Those whose sins you forgive on earth are forgiven in Heaven.”
Catholics think Jesus was able to speak clearly. We have no trouble understanding that Jesus was building a Church for the ages and that He put one man, Peter, in charge of His Church and of the “keys to The Kingdom of Heaven”.
Professional Protestants hate to hear, “Pastor Bob, why didn’t Jesus say to the ambitious man who invented our denomination, ‘Thou art ______ and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.‘ Why did Jesus only say those words to “Peter“? Aren’t we disobeying Jesus by not being in The Only Church that He built on Peter.”
That question is a threat to funding! That is why “The Rock Dialogues” are important! Professional Protestants are obsessed with getting around Christ’s clear words about The Only Church He Founded!
Professional Protestants are trained to go on endlessly about the meaning of the word “rock”. They use confusing meanings of “rocks”, “pebbles”, and “boulders” in different languages and genders. They obsess about “the profound difficulties in understanding”. They are trained to recite “The Rock Dialogues” until the eyes of listeners have glazed over.
When the listeners are sufficiently bored, or in pain from endless, insulting attacks on their intellects, Pastor Bobs quickly change the subject from “The Rock Dialogues” to the more familiar, “Now, give me some money!”
“The Rock Dialogues” rather than “this rock”, are the shaky foundation of Protestantism. Many are fooled.