What is the 2nd silliest thing some Protestants say?

There is a difference between the Crosses in Catholic and Protestant Churches. Catholic Churches usually have Crosses with an actual reminder of Jesus’ bleeding Body nailed to them. Protestant buildings avoid reminders of obedience to God.

For 2,000 years, people of every religion have seen Catholic Crosses. They have asked: “Who is that! Why is that man nailed to a Cross? What’s going on?”


Catholics are able to answer the questions that the Reminder of Jesus inspired.

“You have been blessed to ask! For 2,000 years, Prophets predicted that God would come to earth. He would be born in one town, among over a hundred thousand cities, towns, and villages. He would be born of a Virgin. He would be descended from Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob! He would be a direct descendant of one King, David. A hundred billion people have lived. Jesus, is the Only Person Who Fulfilled 300 Prophecies that predicted His coming.”


Protestant Churches have plain crosses. They do not have reminders of Christ’s Obedience unto Death. Many Protestants are proud of that! “We need no reminder of Jesus’ Obedient Sacrifice! We focus on the fact that He left The Cross and went to Heaven!”

Protestants believe they can get to Heaven by avoiding obedience and suffering!


Catholics know that The Miracle of The Crucifixion did result in Jesus being buried. In three days, His Body came to Life. He remained on earth, alive and teaching, for the next Forty Days.

Then, He Ascended Into Heaven.

Catholics are grateful to be reminded of the pain and suffering that Jesus went through for us. We know that Jesus did not merely “believe” in God. Jesus obeyed God!


Catholics are blessed by Reminders of Saintly Obedience. They are often called “idols” by those who do not want to be bothered “obeying” Jesus. Catholics obey The Holy Church-Founding Word by Which Jesus Spoke The Only Church He Founded Into Being:

“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.”

Protestants disobey that. That willful disobedience keeps them from having “the keys”.

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