Questions and Answers by The Bible
Q Is the Love of God Conditional or Unconditional?
"I love them who love me."
"I hate them for the wickedness of their doings, I will love them no more."
Q Is the wrath of God conditional or unconditional?
"I set before you this day a blessing and a curse; a blessing if you obey the commandments of The Lord your God, which I command you...
"And a curse, if you will not obey the Commandments of The Lord your God, but turn aside out the way which I commanded you..."
Q Does God hate?
"I hated them: for the wickedness of their doings I will love them no more."
God, Hosea 9:15
"These... things does the Lord hate:
- A proud look.
- A lying tongue.
- Hands that shed innocent blood.
- A heart that devices wicked imaginations.
- Feet ...running to mischief.
- A false witness that speaks lies.
- And he that sows discord among brethren."
Q Does God kill?
"if you will not...love, respect, and obey the Lord... you will be destroyed." (killed)
"And The Lord said to Moses, take all the leaders of the people, and hang them up... against the sun..."
"and The Lord sent fiery serpents.... and many people died."
"all the sinners... will die by the sword."
Q Is the Bible in favor of the death penalty?
"He who shed man's blood, by man his blood be shed."
"...he that kills... must be killed..."
John, Revelation 13:10
Q Why kill them...?
"...to put evil away from among you."
Q What are the differences between the Ten Commandments in the Catechism and the Ten Commandments in the Biblie?
The 2nd commandment in the Roman Catholic Bible has been taken out, removed, by the Catholic Church. To fill the gap, the 9th commandment in the Bible, has been duplicated.
What does it mean to be Anathema?
The Roman Catholic Church warns all Catholics that if you do not agree with even one of its decrees (dogmas), you are anathema; that is separated from Criwt and the church, excluded from the community of believers, and consignated to the eternal damnation of hell.
The New Webster Dictionary says...
- Devoted to evil
- A curse by a religious ecclesiactic authority, accompanied by excommunication
- execrated (hated, detestable)
- to pronouunce a curse (maleddiction, despicable, rejectable).
The Council of Trent rejected the authority of the Word of God to salvation by grace through faith and priesthood of all believers. And it cursed with more than 100 anathemas anyone who accepted the doctrines wich evangelical Christians held. Not one of these curses has benne removed to this day!
The Roman Catholic Church says...
"If anyone says that the Apostle Peter was not constituted by Christ, the head of the Church, let him be anathema."
"If anyone has the audacity to say that the Pope is not infalible, let him be anathema."
"If anyone says that he is saved, as the Bible promises, let him be anathema."
"The Roman Catholic who refuses to believe that the wine turns into de blood of Christ and the wafer into the flesh of the Lord, be anathema, accursed and devoted to evil and destruction."
Decree of Vatican Council, 1870.