Paul's Passing Thoughts

Why Do Churches Have So Much Money?

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on December 4, 2017

Because they are selling a visible, touchable, means of salvation. 

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  1. John said, on December 4, 2017 at 5:39 PM

    Says liar and deceiver DeYoung: “The closer you get to God, the farther you see that you really are.” (And Paul, you got that right…the nearer you get, the nearer God gets to you). Well, the closer I get to my fridge, the farther from it I really am. This dude is super confused, super indoctrinated, and super dangerous. One of the EVIL men.

    The elders can’t save a penny. It’s all in their heads, filled with the nothingness of Calvinism. It is evil, evil, evil. Have I mentioned yet that is evil?

    Lovely video, thanks. I know I sound like a broken old record: “This is a life-threatening cult.” (Sorry, John Immel). I know they are super evil too.What makes me wanna eat peanuts the wrong way round, is why don’t the followers of these liars don’t pick on on their demonic nonsense? I mean, come on, a bunch of unsaved elders has keys? To their mansions, perhaps. And people believe these tales of the crypt?

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  2. Barbara McInerney said, on December 4, 2017 at 6:32 PM

    Well Paul, As a former Protestant I really did not know much about the Catholic Church. I was trained to fear it and know it is very evil and to be avoided. By all means do not bring a Catholic home! This is the same evil, evil deceiving thing. Calvinism is a mind boggling deception! We have just heard the fakest absolutely confusing news. But who really takes the time to find out what words (or what their belief means) or where it originated? People are actually scared to even talk about this! They really do not even want to know. Really it’s just all assurance from whom they are given that assurance. If the glove, people, building, program, is comfortable and feels right, then it must be good. People are willing to give their all (their very lives) for beliefs they admittingly know nothing or very little about.

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    • John said, on December 5, 2017 at 4:58 AM

      You’re right, Barbara. Welcome, by the way. I was so happy to read the words “former Protestant” in your comment. Those are sweeter words than pancakes, cream, and maple syrup.

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