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Date: May 15th, 2012 11:23:21 pm - Subscribe
Since the Constantine era (4th-5th century), Gentile Christianity assimilated pagan ideas. Faith centered on the Redeemer Jesus Christ, embellished by the Roman priesthood, 7 sacraments (with private confession in the 11th century), honor due to Mary as Mother of God, Papal infallibility, sale of relics and indulgences, etc.
Protestanism in the 17th century freed itself from Catholicism, but remained creedal. Its creed is still based on belief in the myth oforiginal sin and redemption by Christ. The the Bible, its sole basis of faith, is by and large literary myth.
Protestantism still needs much liberation.
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