The worship of Mary in the Catholic Church

6 09 2006

The worship of Mary has been one of the central differences separating the Protestant Churches and the Roman Catholics. I believe Mary to be a vessel used by God, but she is not divine, she is not co-redemptress of human race, and she is not to be worshipped on any level equalvalent to Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour. Now, The Roman Catholic church is putting Mary on the Cross, the central doctrine of Christ death on the Cross and His resurrection is what the Christian faith hangs on, without Christ’s death and resurrection and his accension, there won’t be redemption of our sins, now the Roman Catholic church in their deceitful demonic intent to equate Mary to Jesus, is nothing short of a lie from the very pit of hell. Catholics are not christians, call them catholics, as not to confuse the clear lines of our sole devotion and worship which ought to have given only to Jesus. God will not share His glory with another human, Mary. Certainly this ‘queen of heaven’ is not queen at all, neither is she our advocator, for we have only one mediator, that’s Jesus, neither is this Mary our way to God, for Jesus is the way, the truth and the life, and NO ONE comes to the Father except through Him (Jesus). Make no mistake, this is the single most important differences that set protestant christians from catholics.

List of useful articles on the Worship of Mary

CARM: On Catholics ->
Understanding Catholics ->
Rome ->
What Spurgeon said about Roman Catholicism ->




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