Olli Dürr Society For ecumenism – Vatican bends the covenants between God and men

For ecumenism – Vatican bends the covenants between God and men

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Ecumenism must be promoted, no matter what the cost. It has long since ceased to cause the Roman Catholic Church any pain in bending and breaking the Bible’s statements about the covenants made with people.

Everything must be made fit for ecumenism

The statements of the Bible and the stories of the Roman Catholic Church about them generate some really challenging brain-teasers for the intellectual masterminds of this institution. The “muddle” around the bends and retractions of the gospel must somehow be conveyed to men and women as Christian. If there is a paradigm shift or the right time for more intensive ecumenism, then what is not suitable must be made suitable again.

Vatican News also says directly that God’s covenants with man represent one of the “trickiest questions for biblical scholars of all.” Clear. If clear statements from the Bible have to be adapted to ecumenism and the Catholic catechism, then this can lead to headaches.

The big question is, “In view of the new covenant, how far does God’s former covenant with his chosen people survive?”

The basics are already missing

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The ‘Sun Worshipers’ in the Basilica

Without going into the tiresome details of which popes and which scholars have already dealt with this problem and also separated their results, it is already apparent from the start that something fundamentally wrong with this question is already going wrong.
The point is simply that according to the narrative, the literal people of Israel or Judah at the time, a few of the tribe of Benjamin, and a few remaining priests of the tribe of Levi were not allowed to be “cancelled” from God’s covenant with Moses. This would correspond to a “split” between Judaism and Christianity, and this must never be the case in the course of ecumenism. So you can just throw the terms and definitions “Judaism” and “Israel” together.

It will also be hidden

Of course, a “scientific” look at the statements about the covenant of God in the Old Testament does not take into account the prophecy in Daniel chapter 9, just as little as the clear statement of Jesus Christ about the future of the “house of remnant Israel” in Matthew 23:37-39:
“O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not! Behold, your house is left unto you desolate. For I say unto you, Ye shall not see me henceforth, till ye shall say, Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord.”

Vatican News reports that Pope John Paul II once concluded that “God’s covenant with the Jews was ‘never broken’.” But Jesus Christ clearly pronounced the “denunciation” as already predicted in Daniel 9. The drift of the people of Israel and ultimately Judea, which can be traced countless times in the Old Testament, and the refusal to return to God, with the final rejection of Jesus Christ as the announced Messiah and Son of God, had its consequences. But as already noted, that must not be because of the ecumenism.
The former literal people of Israel are now spiritual Israel, i.e. the people who keep God’s commandments and bear the testimony of Jesus.

Covenants of God are simply bent

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The Vatican molds the dogmas as they are appropriate

The Vatican’s attempt to explain the three covenants of God in the Old Testament seems almost embarrassing.
God made the first covenant with Noah, referring to humanity and creation, according to Vatican News. That’s only partially true. For one thing, there is actually no difference at all between man and creation and does not need to be shown separately. Then there is the fact that God made a covenant with mankind and all other living beings, i.e. animals. However, the generic term “creation” included the entire visible world relevant to humans. But God didn’t say that. But the term “creation” must finally be processed in a bite-sized way for the narrative “preservation of creation”.

God made the second covenant with Abraham. According to the Vatican, this covenant was aimed at the “three great monotheistic religions”! With this, the Church of Rome wants to tell the people that God wants to have a covenant made with the people of Israel, with Christianity that arose later, and Islam that arose even later. The Vatican explains this in terms of a “common matrix: belief in God as a prerequisite for unity and fruitfulness.” This “spiritual acrobatics” is again due to ecumenism, because it doesn’t make any sense.

The third covenant of God was with Moses or the people of Israel. The people should be a shining example to all other peoples. In this course, the laws of God were also handed over.

The Judean came much later

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Vatican places the Judeans up to the Flood

Nothing could be done about the presentation of the third covenant with Moses if it weren’t under the heading “God’s three covenants with the Jewish people”. Actually, the Catholic sheep should touch their foreheads and critically question how this could actually be possible.

Imagine Noah, his wife, his three sons and their wives after the Flood. So 8 people. Can this already be the “Jewish people”? No. Basically the same thing with the covenant with Abraham. Was Abraham part of the people of Israel and possibly also in the tribe of Judah and thus also part of the Jewish people? No. No different from Moses. In his time there was already the people of Israel, descended from Jacob, the grandson of Abraham. One of the 12 sons of Jacob was Judah, and he is the progenitor of the tribe of Judah. So God made the covenant not only with the tribe of Judah, but with all of Israel.

Only when the former state structure (all of Israel) separated after the death of King Solomon did there exist a northern state of Israel with its capital Samaria (King Jeroboam I) and the southern state of Judah (King Rehabeam) with its capital Jerusalem. From this point onwards there was for the first time a resident of the state of Judah, i.e. a Judean. This is where the term “Jewish people” comes from.
The exodus of Israel from Egypt took place around 1450 BC. The division of the land of Israel happened in 931 BC. So there are more than 500 years between the covenant with Moses and the appearance of the first Judean.

The Bible itself provides the information

Holy Bible

If you want to know the truth, all you have to do is read the Bible

The entire scientific structure of the Vatican collapses like a house of cards if you just pick up the Bible and read the statements on your own initiative and with your mind switched on.

Further details about the eternally(!) valid covenants of God in the Old Testament and their logical validity even after the New Covenant through Jesus Christ can be found here.

Bible verses from King James Version

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