Can anyone solve The Protestant Problem? Can you?

Most Protestants are intelligent. They know that Jesus Fulfilled 300 Prophecies that predicted The Messiah. Protestants realize that Jesus was born in the Prophesied time, place, Tribe, and House. Protestants understand that Great Miracle.

Protestants are able to understand that Jesus is The Second Person of The Holy Trinity. They realize: “Jesus is God. He came to earth as The Sacrificial Lamb of God. He died for us.”

Protestants realize that Jesus always told The Truth. Protestants know that Jesus is always right. Protestants know that every human soul will go to Judgment.


This brings us to the first part of The Protestant Problem!

All Protestants disobey The Only Church-Founding Decree 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.”

Protestants do not obey The Decree of Jesus. They follow one of the Marketing Plans that ambitious Protestant men turned into one their 45,000 denominations.

Why don’t Protestants obey The Church-Founding Decree of Jesus?


The Problem is more difficult. Protestants know that Jesus said we must obey Him to get into Heaven. “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

How can anyone rationally say: “I believe in Jesus, but I disobey Him when I want.”

This is The Protestant Problem: Do they disbelieve in Jesus? Do they disbelieve in truth? Or, do they not want to go to Heaven?


The only people in Heaven are among those His obedient “friends”.

Why do Protestants believe in Jesus and disobey Him?

We see that The Protestant Problem is caused by confusion.


There may be acceptable reasons for The Protestant Problem. Many minds are impaired by concussions, disease, drugs, or old age.

Or, is it vanity that keep Protestants from respecting Jesus enough to obey Him?


We all hope for greater understanding to solve The Protestant Problem.

It’s worth sharing to seek for a solution.

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