Protestantism can’t tell oil drums from teaspoons.

Protestant perspective is filled with error. Protestantism can’t tell oil drums from teaspoons. Consider the human soul. It may be about the size of a grain of salt. That is how big we were when we were conceived.

About twenty thousand grains of salt will fit in a half-teaspoon. That is more souls than were allegedly molested by employees of The Catholic Church.

There are about a billion grains of salt in an oil drum. One oil drum might contain the souls of all the unborn children killed by abortion.

Two or three oil drums might hold the souls of the tiniest, most helpless children killed by abortion-inducing birth control pills and implants.

Protestant denominations are too afraid of losing donors to condemn the killing of billions of unborn children. At the same time, many Protestants proudly proclaim: “The Catholic Church is evil!” because ten or twenty thousand people were alleged to have been hurt.

Protestant thinking is irrational. “The Catholic Church is bad because a half-teaspoon of souls were hurt by abusers. We are good, even though our rejection of Catholic Doctrine: ‘Life must be protected from conception until natural death.’ has resulted in the deaths of oil drums full of souls.”

Protestantism can’t tell oil drums from teaspoons. They never ask, “Could we have been horribly wrong to have rejected Catholic Doctrine? No! We are in a warm, friendly, welcoming church! Join us! Join our Bible-Study Groups!”

Many Protestants are proud of their contradictions. “We believe in Jesus! We ignore His Only Church-Founding Decree: ‘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.’ We are proud of rejecting The Only Church Jesus Founded!”

Protestantism is proud of not being able to tell oil drums from teaspoons.