St. Paul pounds Protestants in Galatia.

Professional Protestants prefer Paul to Peter. They love to quote St. Paul as “arguing” with St. Peter over a matter of doctrine. They then magnify that and conclude “St. Paul, arguing with the Head of The Church Jesus Founded was the ‘first Protestant’. We, in our denomination, follow that same Pauline tradition.” What a pompous fraud! The actual facts are different. St. Paul pounds Protestants in Galatia.

Take a look at the actual letter St. Paul wrote to the Galatians, 1: 6-12. St. Paul says that those who disagree with Jesus’ only Church are “accursed”. How can those knowingly in schism not be among those whom St. Paul describes as “accursed.”?

Decide for yourself from the very words the Apostle Paul sent to the earliest Protestants. It is clear. St. Paul pounds Protestants in Galatia. “Brothers and sisters: I am amazed that you are so quickly forsaking the one who called you by the grace of Christ for a different gospel (not that there is another). But there are some who are disturbing you and wish to pervert the Gospel of Christ.”
It is hard to avoid seeing that St. Paul feels that those who pervert the Gospel of Christ (which includes: “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”) are “perverts”. He goes on to say:
“But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel other than the one that we preached to you, let that one be accursed!”
Wow! Don’t avoid the most important: Question: How is it possible that those who are knowingly in schism from The Church Jesus Founded not be among those whom St. Paul describes as“accursed.”?
That question must be examined by all who can be saved. One of the greatest of Christ’s Apostles clearly tells us that any teaching which differs from The Catholic Church, with its Bishops, priests, and doctrines established by the Apostles and still operating without any changes in Doctrine, is “accursed”.
An absolutely amazing fact: The same man whom many Protestants’ tortured reasoning describes as “the first Protestant” is telling them in no uncertain terms that they are wrong to disagree with The Church Jesus Founded. The point is so important to St. Paul that he repeats it so that even the least intelligent are provided another opportunity to understand. Again. St. Paul pounds Protestants in Galatia.
“As we have said before, and now I say again, if anyone preaches to you a gospel other than the one that you received, let that one be accursed!”
Then, St. Paul asks a telling question:
“Am I now currying favor with human beings or God? Or am I seeking to please people? If I were still trying to please people, I would not be a slave of Christ.” Here, St. Paul has just told us that those who wish to curry favor with human beings, and we may think of some bloated mega-church with its pompous profiteers, where the gospel, including the passage, “Thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church. . .” comes from God and should not be changed, altered, or twisted for human benefit:
“Now I want you to know, brothers and sisters, that the Gospel preached by me is not of human origin. For I did not receive it from a human being, nor was I taught it, but it came through a revelation of Jesus Christ.”
If God wants you to be truly saved, or knows that you have a friend or relative whose soul He wants in Heaven, this passage guides in the right direction. This passage has led many to one of the many Roads to Rome.