The designated regional bishop of Bavaria has described the future direction of the Evangelical church. Nothing is going to change. Christian Kopp will continue the accents that have already been set. A complete oath of disclosure.
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Based on the conversation with the Augsburger Allgemeinen (Saturday), the new state bishop of Bavaria, Christian Kopp, clearly described his envisaged direction of the Evangelical church. Accordingly, there will be neither a new path nor a new focus. The accent had already been set in 2016, according to Kopp. This is “Profile and Concentration”. A project is already planned for 2023, which will deal with “our internal and external communication. That is very important to me,” said the designated bishop. This should now be continued at all levels.
Admiration for Bedford-Strohm
Kopp expressed his admiration for the way in which the issues were set in difficult years for the Bishop Bedford-Strohm, who was still in office. This also included the “so-called refugee crisis,” according to Kopp. The themes of the Evangelical church were “brought very succinctly to the public” and “one of our main themes is the well-being of the people, the constant search for justice”. As state bishop, Kopp will not let up on these issues.
Finance a main issue
In a conversation with Bayern 2, Kopp explained that the many church exits and the associated financial losses are one of the biggest challenges for his church. Now it must be explained what is still possible and what is no longer possible. The state synod must decide on this in the future.
The existence of the Evangelical church for the purpose of self-organization and the transmission of the dogmas of the Catholic church was very nicely emphasized by Kopp. What the future regional bishop describes is described in Revelation 13 as the “image of the beast”. The character, mentality and teachings of Rome brought to man and woman. The fact that the financing of this (apostasy) church is one of their greatest worries can be understood as further evidence of the fact that it is now superfluous.
A single oath of incompetence
The concern for the well-being of the people looks Christian at first glance. But the art of negating this statement within a sentence must first be learned. “The constant search for justice” is a main theme of the Evangelical church. You have to let that melt in your mouth. If Kopp conveyed even a glimpse of the gospel, he wouldn’t need to search. The primary task of the Evangelical church was and is to show people the way to justice. Instead, this church places the search for justice as a priority.
cThe blind lead the blind
Jesus Christ rhetorically asked, “Can a blind man lead a blind man? Will they not both fall into the ditch?” ( Luke 6:39)
How can one who seeks righteousness himself, when the answer is in front of his eyes, how can he bring righteousness to another? The separation of the Protestants from the Roman Catholic Church did not take place directly because of the nonsensical sale of indulgences, but in particular because of the erroneous doctrine of works righteousness conveyed by Rome instead of righteousness through grace based on faith.
The Scriptures expose some verses where to find justice. What is left today of this knowledge of the first Protestants? Nothing, absolutely nothing.
Don’t be surprised, just point out
The Protestantism is dead. From the knowledge of the early reformers nothing more can be seen about the adversary and the actors within this institution do not even notice it. The reason for this could be the following:
“Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.” (2 Thessalonians 2:9-12)
So don’t be surprised, but at least point it out. (Ephesians 5:11)
Get out of Babylon!
One can only congratulate anyone who leaves this institution. This would be the first important step. Because:
“And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.” (Rev. 18,4)
The Babylon symbolically described in Revelation consists of three parts: the dragon (Satan), the beast (from the sea, Roman Church) and the false prophets (including fallen Protestantism).
Der zweite wichtige Schritt nach dem Verlassen einer solchen Institution ist das eigenständige und unvoreingenommene Lesen der Bibel. Empfehlung: Schlachter 2000, Luther 1912, Elberfelder (alte Version). The new translations are – to put it mildly – contaminated by gnostic philosophy. The mere fact that the Roman Catholic Church has officially approved the new translations (e.g. German versions “Gute Nachrichten”, “Luther 2017”, according to Nestle-Aland) should be a reason for a “healthy allergy” to such writings.
Bible verses from King James Version