The Life Foundations Nexus
WHY THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH IS SO BIG
By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti
We are sometimes asked why the Roman Catholic Church is so big. The answer is that the Roman Catholic Church is NOT A SINGLE RELIGION. The Roman Catholic Church, in reality, is a million different religions that merely profess to be one religion. These religions have joined together in order to obtain and maintain political influence in the world. The Roman Catholic Church uses this influence to promote its theological, moral, and political agendas. The proof that the “million different religions” exist and that they are a “power union” is very simple:
There are Roman Catholics who believe in Voodooism. There are Roman Catholics who believe in Animism, which is the belief that certain objects, for example, trees, are inhabited by spirits. There are Roman Catholics who follow the teachings of Buddha. There are Roman Catholics who follow the teachings of Islam’s Mohammed.
Those who would dispute these facts need merely consult an encyclopedia.