Wednesday, December 8, 2010

More Catholic Influence In New Bibles

We recently posted links to videos about the Popish/Jesuit influence in the new Common English Bible, as well as parts 1 and 2 of a video series documenting the corrupt readings in them on our Facebook page; some of which aren't even true translations of either the Receptus or critical texts.  Nevertheless, let us look at another Catholic heresy embedded in the new Common English Bible.


As you well know, the Popish church uses a non-biblical definition of the word saint to define their acclaimed and canonized saints.  These "saints" become venerable (or worshiped as idols), then blessed, then become saints.  Any Christian living in this dispensation knows that there are no people performing miracles and the NT bever speaks of any Christians that live "extraordinary" lives being heralded above others (this is just a preparation for the coming antichrist who will perform signs and wonders).  As the scripture teaches, saints are those born again believers; a teaching the nicolaitan church cannot have.  So how can this teaching be seen in the Common English Bible?  Lets look at a few uses of the word saint(s) in the NT as see how it is used.

Phil. 4:21
KJB - Salute every saint...
CEB - Greet all God's people in Christ Jesus.

Romans 1:7
KJB - ...called to be saints...
CEB - ...called to be God's people.

1 Cor 14:33
KJB - in all the churches of the saints.
CEB - ...churches of God's people.

2 Cor 13:13 (The CEB here as combines v. 12-13 and moved v.14 to v.13)
KJB - All the saints salute you.
CEB - All of God's people say hello to you.

Jude v.14
KJB - with ten thousands of his saints,
CEB - ...comes with his countless holy ones,

We looked at just these 5 as examples, but if you continue to look at all the usages of the word saint in the NT you will find they are gone.  This allows the heretical doctrine of the Catholic institution to endorse some special status of "saints" above the laity and continue with the deeds and doctrines of the nicolaitans while spreading their influence into so-called protestant churches.  See, we told the counter-reformation wasn't over.


  © Blogger templates ProBlogger Template by 2008

Back to TOP