Protestantism proves: “the wages of sin is death.”

For a few hundred years, Protestantism firmly supported Catholic moral standards. Then, Protestantism weakened. Now, Protestantism proves: “the wages of sin is death.”

In the 1930s, Protestant denominations began to reject Catholic Teaching on the permanence of Marriage. As a result, half of all marriages now end in divorce. Hundreds of millions of children were bewildered and devastated when their families were shattered. Divorce left many children so insecure they could not grow up and have healthy families of their own.

By the 1950s, many Protestant denominations stopped upholding Catholic Teachings against artificial birth control. Billions of children were not conceived.

In the 1970s, Protestant denominations stopped obeying The Catholic Doctrine: “Life must be protected from conception until natural death”. As a result, governments could no longer enforce laws that once protected unborn babies. Over a billion unborn children have been aborted.

Protestant denominations soon accepted abortion by pills, chemicals, and implants. Billions more unborn children were killed. Many were no bigger than a grain of salt, the same size each of us was at our conception.

By refusing to stand for marriage and life, Protestantism brought more death to the world. They don’t worry about that! “The biggest problem we face is shrinking congregations and disappearing donations!” They do not even encourage families in their own clergy and congregations to keep their own unborn children safe!

Unpopular moral teachings are ignored. What takes their place? Concerns about choirs, “fellowship”, bell-ringing, “evangelistic outreach”, “foreign missions”, and various social “groups” become their reason for being.

When people visit Protestant churches, there are many, many old people. Their Sunday Schools are shrinking. Their congregations, denominations, and donations are dying.

Why? “The wages of sin is death.” They disobeyed Catholic Teaching. They stopped focusing on life. They, and their nations are dying.

Most Protestants simply refuse to understand that Protestantism proves: “the wages of sin is death.”

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