Protestantism’s ongoing difficulty with logic

Protestantism’s ongoing difficulty with logic is painfully obvious. Protestantism is based on this contradiction. Protestants say they believe:

“Jesus is always right.”

Protestants also believe Jesus was wrong when He Decreed The Only Church He Founded Into Being by saying to one man, one time:

“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.


Protestantism’s ongoing difficulty with logic is seen clearly. Either Jesus is always right or Jesus is not always right.

How do Protestants avoid admitting that they live in complete and utter contradiction?

They ignore logic! Protestants prefer Distractions.

Protestantism provides two popular Distractions. “Catholics worship idols!” is one. “Some Catholic priests have committed sins!” is another.


Protestantism prefers Distractions to logic and truth!

That preference shows us the real premise of Protestantism. “My opinions are more important than truth and logic.”

There is no rational way for anyone claiming to be Christian to justify disobeying Jesus. Protestantism avoids truth and logic. They care about justifying their beliefs. They will repeat these words:

“I believe in Jesus.”

They will not admit what they are really saying. “When Jesus says anything with which I disagree, I am right and Jesus is wrong.”

Then, they will again repeat: “Catholics worship idols! Some Catholic priests have committed sins!”

What are Protestants really saying? “I refuse to let respect for Jesus keep me from doing what I want.”


Catholics know that Jesus commanded us to love our neighbors.

Catholics want our neighbors to get their immortal souls into Heaven. We encourage them to be among the only people who may get into Heaven:

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

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