Protestantism: “God is wrong and I am right.”

The urge to believe, “I am as smart as God!” drove Eve to eat the apple. That vanity has been the mark of Protestantism since the Garden of Eden. Protestantism: “God is wrong and I am right.”

Catholics are appalled! “How can anyone think they know more than God?”

There are many examples.

God says: “Spill not your seed upon the ground.” In Catholic Teaching, artificial birth control is wrong. Protestants are too afraid of losing donors to teach Chastity. “Disobey God! You can spill as much seed on the ground as you want!”

(Older Protestants often complain: “I wish I had more grandchildren.”)

God says: “What God has joined together, let no man put asunder.” Protestants allow divorce. “You may disobey God. You may divorce and remarry as often as you feel you must. We will approve.”

(Older Protestants often realize: “If my first spouse and I had worked things out, our family would be better off in every way.”)

God says: “Thou shall not kill.” Most Protestant denominations don’t care. “If you do not want to have children, you may abort them. Or, you may want to use abortion-inducing pills, chemicals, implants, etc. That way, you don’t actually have to see or feel what’s happening to your unborn child.”

(Older Protestants often anguish: “I wish I had led my unborn children live. I miss them, and the grandchildren they’ll never have, every day of my life.”)

Despite seeing the problems Protestantism has inflicted upon us, our neighbors, and our nations, few are able to make the leap from realizing:

“Every problem is made worse by Protestantism’s denials of Catholic Teaching.” and ascend to The Only Church Jesus Founded when He Decreed:

“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.”

What happens to the souls of those who choose to disobey? Jesus tells us in John 3:36 “He who believes in the Son has eternal life; but he who does not obey the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God rests upon him.”

The vain don’t care. Protestantism: “God is wrong and I am right.”