Roman catholic dating uk

Today, the EM is led by the World Council of Churches (WCC) and promotes worldwide unity between all the major Christian groups: Although initially involving mainly Protestant and Orthodox churches, the WCC now has Catholic observers and the Catholic Church is a full member of some of its committees.

Whilst the EM is not an interfaith initiative, it does promote unity despite significant doctrinal differences, and so a casualty must inevitably be truth!

and on her forehead a name was written, a mystery, 'BABYLON THE GREAT, MOTHER OF HARLOTS ...' and I saw the woman drunk with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the witnesses of Jesus ..." (Rev 17.3-6) There is a great deal of description here, enabling clear identification of the woman: From Rev 17, historical records and present day events (see opposite), it is clear to many in the Protestant and Orthodox churches that the woman is the Roman Catholic Church.

The symbol of a woman riding a beast is particularly common in the European Union.

It is a sad fact that much of Christendom (Protestant, Orthodox and Catholic) can be claimed to be apostate.

Scholars also see the letters as depicting the historical progression of the church, with the Laodicean church being the end time church.

This is not suprising since the Vatican in Rome is in the heart of the EU!

Israel Israel's Legal Borders Israel Goods Boycott The Palestinian Problem Political Correctness Reality - Verify the Bible Morality & Ethics Age of the Earth Biblical Dating of Earth Young Earth Creationism God's Amazing Design Dawkins Delusion Atheism is Illogical Evolution - the Truth It's God's Weather Homosexuality Same-Sex Marriage A Hurting World - Suffering Religion Is Bad News Steps You Should Take Gifts For You Promises For You Christian Songs Seeking God Adam: real or symbolic?

The Persecuted Church Marriage Healing Healing Guidelines False Prophets Authority in Christ Christian Belief The Trinity Bible Origin Bible Numbers The Millennium Browse the Bible The Reformation of the 16th century eventually led to the numerous independent Christian groups we know today: Anglicans, Lutherans, Presbyterians, Congregationalists, Baptists, Charismatics, Unitarians, Methodists and so on.

Good examples are the liberal church views on interfaith, homosexual acts, gay marriage, evolution and replacement theology (the church replacing national Israel).

The apostle John received his revelation from Jesus Christ during his exile on the island of Patmos.

Today, the EA vision includes 'Working for a united Church'.

You must have an account to comment. Please register or login here!