Sunday, December 29, 2013

There Is No Hell Fire; Adam & Eve Not Real – Pope Francis Exposes

One man who is out to open many old "secrets" in the Catholic church
is Pope Francis.
Some of the beliefs that are held in the church but contrary to the
loving nature of God are now being set aside by the Pope who was
recently namedThe Man of The YearbyTIME Magazine.
In his latest revelations, Pope Francis said:
"Through humility, soul searching, and prayerful contemplation we have
gained a new understanding of certain dogmas. The church no longer
believes in a literal hell where people suffer. This doctrine is
incompatible with the infinite love of God. God is not a judge but a
friend and a lover of humanity. God seeks not to condemn but only to
embrace. Like the fable of Adam and Eve, we see hell as a literary
device. Hell is merely a metaphor for the isolated soul, which like
all souls ultimately will be united in love with God."
In a shocking speech that is reverberating across the world, Pope
Francis declared that:
"All religions are true, because they are true in the hearts of all
those who believe in them. What other kind of truth is there? In the
past, the church has been harsh on those it deemed morally wrong or
sinful. Today, we no longer judge. Like a loving father, we never
condemn our children. Our church is big enough for heterosexuals and
homosexuals, for the pro-life and the pro-choice! For conservatives
and liberals, even communists are welcome and have joined us. We all
love and worship the same God."
In the last six months, Catholic cardinals, bishops and theologians
have been deliberating in the Vatican City, in discussing the future
of the church and redefining long-held Catholic doctrines and dogmas.
The Third Vatican Council, is the largest and most important since the
Second Vatican Council was concluded in 1962.
Pope Francis convened the new council to "finally finish the work of
the Second Vatican Council."
The Third Vatican Council concluded with Pope Francis announcing that…
Catholicism is now a "modern and reasonable religion, which has
undergone evolutionary changes. The time has come to abandon all
intolerance. We must recognize that religious truth evolves and
changes. Truth is not absolute or set in stone. Even atheists
acknowledge the divine. Through acts of love and charity the atheist
acknowledges God as well, and redeems his own soul, becoming an active
participant in the redemption of humanity."
One statement in the Pope's speech has sent traditionalists into a fit
of confusion and hysteria…
"God is changing and evolving as we are, For God lives in us and in
our hearts. When we spread love and kindness in the world, we touch
our own divinity and recognize it. The Bible is a beautiful holy book,
but like all great and ancient works, some passages are outdated. Some
even call for intolerance or judgement. The time has come to see these
verses as later interpolations, contrary to the message of love and
truth, which otherwise radiates through scripture. In accordance with
our new understanding, we will begin to ordain women as cardinals,
bishops and priests. In the future, it is my hope that we will have a
woman pope one day. Let no door be closed to women that is open to
A few cardinals in the Catholic church are against Pope Francis'
latest declarations. Watch out for the report.
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