“Are all religions the same?” No!

“Are all religions the same?” No! There are great differences between the 45,000 Protestant Denominations and The Catholic Church.

The Catholic Church was Spoken Into Being by The Actual Word of Jesus: “And 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.”


Every Protestant Denomination began with an ambitious man and a Marketing Plan. He made this deal with his customers. “You give me 10% of your income. I will tell you that you are smarter and better than you are! And, I will promise that Jesus has to let you into Heaven! Self-confidence is the only thing you need!”


One of those 45,000 ambitious men named his Marketing Plan: “The Church of God”. It was successful! Less intelligent men copied him! Each of them named his church “The Church of God”. Soon, they realized: “If we combine every “Church of God”, we can have our own College and Seminary! We can make more money!”

“The Church of God.” became “The United Church of God”!

Some Protestants rebelled. “No one is going to tell me how to worship Jesus! I am going to start “The Independent Church of God”!


Another ambitious man named his Marketing Plan: “The Church of Christ”. Consolidation soon produced “The United Church of Christ”. Then, its spin-offs appeared!

The Process repeated thousands of times. Presbyterian > United Presbyterian > Independent Presbyterian. That’s Protestantism!


Now, there are 45,000 Protestant Denominations! All of them have one core belief: “Jesus was either wrong, or unable to speak clearly, when He Spoke The Only Church He Founded Into Being!”


The question must be answered by every person in every age. “Is it better to obey Jesus or one of 45,000 men with his own Marketing Plan Denomination?”

Catholics get our answer from Jesus!

“You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

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