What is the silliest thing some Protestants say?

Some Protestants say many silly things. What is the silliest thing some Protestants say?

Often, they will look very sincere. To show their sincerity, they make creases in their forehead.


They look as if they are being very profound. Then, they solemnly announce: “A church is not a building.”


No one ever thought that a church is a building!

Not one person in the world ever said to anyone: “A church is a building.” Protestants don’t care! Many of them just go on repeating: “A church is not a building.”

People do say: “That Church is in a beautiful building.” Or, “I love the Gothic Churches that Catholics built almost a thousand years ago.”

But, no Catholic has ever said anything as silly as: “A Church is a building.”


So, why do Protestants love to repeat: “A church is not a building?”

It is a fact without meaning. Protestants prefer facts without meaning. They deny meaningful facts. Protestants deny that The Holy Word with Which Jesus Spoke The Only Church He Founded Into Being is a meaningful fact!

They all deny this Truth 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.”


When Protestants hear that, many reply: “A church is not a building.”

Catholics are puzzled. “Who ever said that a church is a building?”

The usual Protestant answer: “A church is not a building.”

We try to explain: “The Catholic Church holds Services inside buildings erected for that purpose. But, no Church is a building. A Catholic Church is a place where Catholics go to worship Jesus.”


Protestants will repeat, almost like parrots: “A church is not a building.”

Protestantism is the replacement of greater truths with lesser facts. It is a form of bearing false witness.