The irrationality of Protestantism

We all make decisions. The best decision brings the greatest gain. The greatest thing we may gain on earth is an eternity of joy for our soul. The irrationality of Protestantism keeps many from Heaven.

Protestants do think rationally enough to know that Jesus fulfilled the Prophecies that predicted His Coming. The odds are staggering.

The Messiah had to be born in the Prophesied village of Bethlehem. He had to be born of a Virgin from the predicted House of David in the Tribe of Judah. He had to “be lifted up before men”. He had to be killed, but “no bone of His could be broken”.
His bones had to be visible so they could be “counted”. He had to have been scourged to provide “the stripes by which we are healed.”.

The odds of hundreds of prophecies being fulfilled are one in a million times a million times a million times . . . . ”

Most Protestants rightly understand that Jesus was The Messiah.


The irrationality of Protestantism brings confusion. “It is enough to believe. We need not obey.” Protestants are united in disobeying Jesus’ 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.”

The irrationality of Protestantism justifies disobeying Jesus: “We do not have to obey Jesus’ Church-Founding Decree! We also reject His clear teaching about the only people who may get into Heaven:

‘You are My friends if you obey My commands.’

Many Protestants are led to embrace this absurdity: Jesus has to let me into Heaven.”

The irrationality of Protestantism leads many to believe they may willfully disobey Jesus and get into Heaven.


The fact is: if we choose to not be among His obedient “friends”, we put ourselves among His disobedient enemies.

Judgment is coming.

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