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  The Pagan Origin of Mary Worship   (40 KB)   
The Lady of the Jesuits is not even an invention of Jesuitism, but an adoption of a pagan conception which cursed Babylon, the prototype of the modern Babylon, centuries before Christ appeared as the son of Mary. Pictures of the mother and child were then worshiped. In almost all the devotional books of the Roman Catholic Church, the mother of God is crowned, sceptred and enthroned as the Queen of heaven.

  Is the Blessed Virgin Mary a perpetual virgin?   (44 KB)   
It was Christ the wise men worshiped even when an infant and when Mary was in her prime and at her best. Let wise men continue in the good old path. For centuries the attempt has been made by the Romish church and all sympathizers with the "Harlot of the Tiber"to prove The Perpetual Virginity of the mother of our Lord. About the virginity of Mary up to the time of the birth of our Saviour there is no dispute.

  Should we Pray to Mary   (53 KB)   
People may worship whom they like and in any way they fancy, but the above description is difficult to be disassociated from icon worship and it easily resemble pagan adoration. The idea that one kneels in front of an image or statue saying that he prays not to the graven image, but through it to God, we are cutting here reasonability too finely to be believed, for we are told by Scripture: For God is one, also there is one Mediator of God and of men, the Man Christ Jesus, (1 Timothy 2:5)

  Should we have pictures of Christ?  
While many people who use pictures of Jesus are very sincere and do not bow down to such images, nevertheless the use of such images is unlawful and sinful. There are many reasons why the use of pictures of Christ is unscriptural.

  Is Mary Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate?   (53 KB)   
Although Mary, the mother of Jesus; is hardly mentioned in the Bible, the Protestant churches consider her to be a relatively minor biblical character whilst the Roman Catholic Church has long assigned her a lofty position.

  What is Pagan   (44 KB)   
By definition, in a nutshell, anyone that does not worships Yahweh (ONE God manifested in 3 persons Father, Son and Holy Ghost) in Spirit and Truth through Christ Jesus, for they do not worship the only true God as manifested in the Bible the ONLY Inspired, Inerrant Word of God.

  Was Jesus Crucified on a Cross   (80 KB)   
Was Christ nailed to a cross? The vast majority of Christians believe that He was. Tradition suggests that a "cross"composed of two pieces of timber were used to crucify the Messiah. But is there really any real evidence to support this traditional belief?

Sign of the Cross   (47 KB)   
There is hardly a Pagan tribe where the cross has not been found. The cross was worshipped by the Pagan Celts long before the incarnation and death of Christ.

  Origin of the Cross   (41 KB)   
A tradition of the Church which our fathers have inherited, was the adoption of the words "cross"and "crucify". These words are nowhere to be found in the Greek of the New Testament. These words are mistranslations, a "later rendering", of the Greek words stauros and stauroo. Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words says, "STAUROS denotes, primarily, an upright pole or stake ... Both the noun and the verb stauroo, to fasten to a stake or pole, are originally to be distinguished from the ecclesiastical form of a two-beamed cross.

  Origin of the "Christian" Fish Symbol   (38 KB)   
Most symbols that people use have a story behind them and are used to make a statement. Some of the most famous are the so-called Christian symbols such as the cross and the fish. Whilst they provide a useful mean of identification, all of these are carnal and nowadays used promiscuously by everybody, thus loosing any real meaning. Moreover they all have a precedent story of paganism, a thing we Christian must avoid, even if some says the pagan origins have now been lost in history. The wearing or keeping such symbols has the tendency to bring veneration to them and thus returning to paganism. Besides, what saith the Word of God: God isa spirit, and the ones worshiping Him must worship in spirit and truth. (John 4:2)

  Mary Worship    (31 KB)   
Recently i received by Post a pretty photo of the idol Mary as perceived by their artists, see scan below. It was sent to one million families together with a request of gift money to cover some missionary works and other activities.

Do note the lipstick on Mary’s lips and the Crown and the golden lock just peering out.

The caption is translated from Italian to English, without comments, for the misleading fantasies espoused therewith speak for themselves.

  Jesus had Brothers and Sisters   (43 KB)   
Indeed, not only Mary gave birth to Jesus, i.e. broken hymen thus no more virgin, but she also gave birth to at least other 6 children (not fathered by the Holy Ghost but by Joseph her husband) for they are named in:"Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, the brother of James, and Joses, and of Juda, and Simon? and are not his sisters here with us? And they were offended at him."(Mar 6:3)The four brothers of Jesus are clearly named and unnamed sisters, which must have been at least two, given the plural. The fantastic dogma of this church says that these are cousins, not brothers. Gobbledegook, methinks.

 Is Italy a Pagan Country?   (34 KB)   
Italy has been since the Roman Empire under its legacy, indeed the all-pervasive Roman Catholic Church with its centre in Rome has all the vestiges in itself of the old Roman Empire, still alive. Since the Roman times also the Nordic country, especially the Anglo-Saxon one were under the dominion of the roman way of life, but then with the Reformation they shed these shackles and undeniably their ways were reformed by rejecting the pagan aspects of Roman Catholicism.

  What's Wrong With Catholicism ?   (38 KB)   
Concerning the worship of Mary.