The Rise of Pseudo-Christianity
The Pseudo-Christian Church that developed after the Apostles had died, assuming the entity ‘Catholic,’ meaning ‘Universal’ or ‘Common Church’, which is the ‘Christian Church’, was very successful, for many are called but few are chosen. But in time, many of the learned who did read the gospel understood that the Catholic church, the major church organisation for many centuries, and factually ‘Roman Catholic’ was a fraud, flourishing on the weaknesses of those with an inferior intellect and those easily captured by theatre, enchanting songs, imagery, relics and authority figures.
Eyes Open Through Reading
Through reading the Gospel, now obtainable in English, people could read it themselves. Now they understood that the Pseudo-Catholics designed the theatre, the pope, papal inviability, Apostolic succession, the clergy and their costumes, the priesthood of men, forgiveness of sins after baptism, the perpetual virginity, the worship of Mary – mother of Jesus, and devotion to relics. And from the well-read clergy, who did not play along with the theatre, the Protestant church emerged: the church protesting against all the Anti-Christian practices mentioned above.
Henry VIII Initiates Universal Divorce of Monarchs and The Roman Church
The revolution received a major boost when Henry the 8’th, king of England, whom in order to divorce his wife, Catherine of Aragon, broke his monarchal treaty with the Catholic Church. Those days the monarchs of Europe were forced to assign much of their power to the Catholic church. Even the poorest people were forced to donate 10% of their earnings to the Roman Catholics. This was a corruption of the Jewish tithing whereby the Jews had to offer 10% of their earnings to God. But when the Catholic Church refused to approve of King Henry’s divorce, Henry broke his monarchical agreement with The Catholic Church. Thus the Church of England was born, alongside a brand new denomination ‘Catholic-Protestantism’, at that time named ‘Protestantism’: the Protestantism of Catholics who protest against one or more elements of the Pseudo-Christianism practised by the Roman Catholic Church.
FOUR PROMINENT MINISTERS AND FOUR MONARCHS OF THE PROTESTANT REVOLUTION