Catholic Fundmentalism’s Three Step Program.

Catholic Fundamentalism’s Three Step Program is a quick, simple, undeniable stairway to The Only Church Jesus Founded. To date, not one of the clergypersons in any of the schisms has attempted to refute Catholic Fundamentalism’s Three Step Program, simple though it is:

Step 1. Jesus: “You are My friends if you obey My Commands.” (John 15: 14) His commands may be direct or implied. Both must be obeyed if we are to be His friends. If we choose to disobey His commands, His words clearly mean, “You are not My friends.”

Step 2. Jesus: “I also say to you that you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build My church; and the gates of Hades will not overpower it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; and whatever you bind on earth shall have been bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall have been loosed in heaven.” (Mt. 16: 18-20) The implied command: He is clearly telling us that He founded One Church. He put the first Pope, St. Peter, in charge. Just as The Church He Founded is still led by a successor to Peter, it also has the power to forgive sins and cannot be destroyed by evil. Those who refuse The Church He Founded must let us know why Jesus would let His enemies into Heaven.

Step 3. Jesus: “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.” (John 6: 53) This command tells us that if we choose not to do what is necessary to receive Catholic Communion, that we are dead. The first time He said those words, everyone but His most faithful disciples abandoned Him. Those words still divide His friends from those who are not His friends.

It’s sort of sad, but fun, to see that none of the clergypersons in the 40,000 schisms have responded to show any error in Catholic Fundamentalism’s Three Step Program. If Protestant clergypersons have any theological validity, you would think they could prove that Catholic Fundamentalism’s Three Step Program is wrong. You would think they’d worry: “If the smarter people in my congregation were familiar with The Catholic Fundamentalism Three Step Program, they might leave my church and become Catholics. I have to prove that Catholic Fundamentalism’s Three Step Program is wrong.”

To date, not one of the clergypersons in schism has undertaken to disprove Catholic Fundamentalism’s Three Step Program. Why doesn’t a single Protestant clegryperson ever try to show that it’s wrong? Maybe, they know that hardly anyone in their congregation really cares about much more than getting along with their friends. “Don’t want to rock the boat with a lot of pesky thinking!” they say, as they wonder about the security of their pensions.

One might conclude that they do not want to get into an argument with Jesus. Or, they think their congregations aren’t really smart enough to care about the more literal truths in the Bible. They may also believe that their congregations would rather focus on vague generalities, like “Do you know the Lord? Do you really know the Lord.” than think about, and obey, Jesus’ actual words and implied commands.

An important question: Why don’t Pro-life people in schism become Catholic so that the unborn may be defended with one voice? Do they value a tiny, usually dying denomination that’s the result of some man’s vanity, more than being a friend of Jesus?