The history of Protestantism

The history of Protestantism is clear. 45,000 denominations have been invented by ambitious men. All 45,000 believed one thing: “My denomination is the best!”

Most Marketing Plan Denominations gain credibility by incorporating words from Catholic Church. Presbyterians are named after Presbyters, an early name for Catholic priests. Baptists are named after their favorite Sacrament. The name “Episcopal” is similarly somewhat “Catholic”.

45,000 Marketing Plan Denominations are “Government-approved”. Governments know: “We do not want one, large, powerful Catholic Church getting in our way! We prefer to have 45,000 Protestant Denominations, all fighting each other for money!”

Every Protestant Denomination was founded by an ambitious man who saw how much money was changing hands. Thousands of men with Marketing Plans fragmented the Baptists into hundreds of denominations. The Seventh Day Adventists will be attacked by the new Six Day, plus One or Two, Adventists. “The Church of God” will be splintered by its most ambitious ministers.

They may call their new Marketing Plan Denomination: “The Real Church of God.” Those to whom they appeal will be convinced: “The Real Church of God actually is The Real Church of God!”

Its profiteers will teach: “The Real Church of God’ is not led by ordinary ministers! It is led by ‘Real Ministers’! We know that because they are in “The Real Church of God!”

Like the 45,000 earlier inventors of Protestant Denominations, their new “Real Ministers” will claim: “If you follow me, you will get to Heaven.”

The history of Protestantism shows: In every age, many who look for new ways to feel good about themselves follow the newer versions of Protestantism.

The history of Protestantism also finds one agreement among all the Marketing Plan Denominations: “We must ignore The Only Church-Founding Decree of Jesus:

‘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.’


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