Roman Catholic Canon Law Five ways to know if your church is under the authority of Roman Catholic Canon Law.
- One, your Church is a Corporation,
- Two, your Church provides tax deductible receipts,
- Three, your Church teaches Antichrist futurism,
- Four, your Church practices altar calls, and five,
- Your Church is used for Non-Christian activities.
The Church Corporation
In this lesson, I will begin with point number one. The Church Corporation. The Church Corporation is a product of Roman Catholic Canon Law. Under Roman Catholic Canon Law, all governments, societies and religions are subject to the will of the Roman Pontiff. Roman Catholic Canon Law is implemented by Cardinals and bishops who represent the full temporal and spiritual authority of the Pope of Rome. It is their job to ensure that within each Diocese, Roman Canon Law is enacted through the civil law of the land. When laws are passed that violate a country’s Constitution that is evidence that the Roman Catholic Canon Law is taking precedence over civil law and that Canon law is declaring it has the power and illegal authority of enforcement.
The Church that takes on a corporate identity wilfully places itself first under the authority of civil law, and it must, by admission of its own will, conform to the dictates of the state or government which gives the Church its legal right to exist. In turn, civil government and civil law are under the authority of the Roman Catholic Canon Law. This is the model of universal law originally established and codified by Caesarean Rome and reworked in the fourth century by Emperor Constantine, who provided the legal framework for the illegal persecuted Church to emerge from hiding and become legally protected under Roman Canon Law, an institution that eventually carried with it all the legal temporal authority of Caesarean Rome’s universal law, and at the same time, the Roman Catholic institution claimed spiritual authority over all the Earth vested in them, they said, by the legal and spiritual authority of Peter, who they claim got that authority directly from Christ and that he may pass that authority to whom he pleases.
Thus, a Church Corporation has no legal authority to defy either civil law, that is, the law of the land, or Canon law, the law of the Catholic Church. Not convinced? Let’s look at other evidences that clearly establish the Roman Catholic institution as the legal authority over the entire United States of America and its corporate churches. The highest office in the United States of America is that of the President. There is no visible higher authority than the presidency. Yet all presidents, upon inauguration, go to Rome to pay homage to the Roman Pontiff. You must ask, why do these presidents seek the blessing of the Roman Pontiff? The answer is simple. Politics on this level is functional.
The lesser power always bows to the greater power. Unless it’s prepared to risk conflict. American presidents by law must submit to the Roman plaintiff. They must acknowledge papal authority over the United States of America, its laws and religions. American presidents by law are subject first to Canon law and secondly to the Constitution of the United States of America and its civil law. This very same chain of authority originating at the seat of St. Peter the Pope, descends from the highest office of America dictating universal law or Canon law to all political and lawmaking departments within the United States of America. Again, when you observe laws being passed without first following legislative protocols and you see laws enacted that violate the US Constitution, you are observing the legal authority of Roman Catholic Canon law to bypass and override civil law. Your Church, as a Corporation of the government, has no real legal rights outside the Roman Catholic Canon law. At any time, the Roman Catholic institution may choose to enforce its legal right over all corporate churches. Any legal recourse that a Church might think it has is merely a facade.
The courts of America operate within the pale of Roman Catholic Canon law, and judges who want to keep their jobs must not violate Canon law. Judges have a number of legal mechanisms at their disposal that allow them to change from one system of law to another without the point of ever knowing that they no longer have legal or constitutional rights under an alternative legal system that by judicial trickery, removes all rights from the plaintiff and places the plaintiff. Under Roman Canon law, does the Roman Catholic institution force its full legal authority over the United States of America? The answer is no. It enforces as much Canon law as is necessary to control aspects of a society that it deems beneficial to the Roman Catholic institution.
That day is coming to America, and churches under the corporate authority of the government better wake up now. They better get out from under the corporate authority of Roman Catholic Canon law and start preaching prolifically against the Roman Catholic Antichrist system and its King, the Roman Pontiff. If you want to know if your Church is a Corporation, ask your pastor if you don’t get a straight answer. In most cases, you can use the online government Corporation search engine for your state. There you can find nearly all corporations. Getting accurate results requires that you have the correct legal name of your Church. However, in some cases, a state-wide Corporation search does not work because some churches are registered in other jurisdictions, making it difficult to determine their legal corporate status. Rest assured, 99.9% of churches in America are legal corporations of the state. Tithing envelopes and tax deductible receipts are sure signs that your Church is a government Corporation under Roman Catholic Canon Law. Why is it important that your Church not be a government Corporation? The true Christian Church has no legal authority, nor does it seek legal authority, nor does it require legal authority. Its only authority is Jesus Christ and the King James Bible. The moment your Church becomes a Corporation, it renounces its right to the divine rule of Christ and the Bible. It rejects Christ and replaces him with the Christ of Roman Catholic Canon law, the legal authority of Antichrist. Your Church cannot serve two Masters.
Roman Catholic Canon Law Part Two Audited Giving
In Part One, I discussed the corporate government Church and its legal status in America. I explained, when churches become corporations, they remove themselves from under the authority of Christ and the King James Bible and place themselves under the authority of civil law and ultimately, Roman Catholic Canon Law. I also explain why presidents of the United States of America all go to Rome shortly after their inauguration and what that pilgrimage represents in light of the Constitution and the apparent fact that presidents seem to feel no obligation to protect the Constitution. Rather, they support laws and ideas that are destroying the foundations of the United States of America.
I also cited five points that indicate a Church is probably under Roman Catholic Canon Law, despite its ignorance of the fact that first point being the legal Church or the Church Corporation that I discussed in Part One. In this message, I will explain why churches that issue tithing, envelopes and tax deductible receipts are functioning under civil law as dictated by Roman Catholic Canon Law. Firstly, whenever your Church adopts a legal practice or tradition that contradicts Scripture, it is operating by civil law and in most cases, Canon law. Both civil law and Canon law seek to control the Church and everything its members do. In fact, under the rules governing a charitable government corporate Church, the pastor is required to report all financial activities of its members and if the state determines, it justifiable can be required to provide personal and other information about its members. Thus, your pastor, just like a Roman Catholic priest, becomes an informer to his real master. Now here’s the first problem with audited giving. Jesus said, Keep your giving secret. How much you give is not the business of the pastor, the board of elders, or the government.
It’s between you and God. Jesus said, but when thou DOST alms, let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doth. Yet when you abide by the church’s tithing and tax deductible receipt system, you are making your giving no longer a private matter between you and God. It reeks of Canon law whereby the pastor or priest or whatever he calls himself is able to assess your financial worth to the corporate legal Church, an institution not established by Christ but by Roman Canon law implemented by Constantine the great in the fourth century. Need I remind listeners that Constantine founded the Roman Catholic Church under Caesarean Roman Canon Law.
The audited giving system practiced by Church corporations is nothing more than a legalized revenue scheme by which churches may acquire assets. And I must point out that if push comes to shove, those assets belong to the state and the state may dispense those assets to any similar religious organization if the need should arise. Again, this is the understanding of Church property under Canon law as established by Emperor Constantine. When we begin to understand Church revenue schemes and asset acquisition schemes in light of Canon law, a picture of the Roman Catholic Church begins to emerge, one that explains why the Catholic Church is the wealthiest organization on Earth and the biggest landowner. Because Roman Catholic Canon Law places all governments, all religions, and all natural and artificial assets, and in fact the entire Earth under the absolute and total authority of the papacy. A Church that places itself under the corporate Church umbrella is in fact a creation of the state and subject to civil law and ultimately Roman Catholic Canon Law, which directs and controls civil law in America today. By participating in the legal Church revenue system, you are endorsing and complying with Roman Catholic Canon Law. You are ignoring the true model of the Church and its practice and attitude of giving as established by Jesus Christ and the disciples.
You can’t have it both ways. Either you follow Christ and are under no legal authority, or you follow Antichrist law, which legalizes your religion both spiritually and temporally. Choose this day whom Ye will serve.
Roman Catholic Canon Law Part Three Antichrist Futurism
Before getting into this topic, I will give a short recap of my first two messages on Roman Catholic Canon Law. In the first segment, I discussed the Church Corporation prevalent in North American churches. In the second segment, I discussed the role of tax deductible audited giving practiced in nearly all churches today, and in both segments one and two, I explain how Roman Catholic Canon Law has been adopted by 99. 9% of all churches in America today. In fact, most Protestants and Baptists are unknowingly under the authority of civil law, Canon law, and the papacy. They have traded the divine rulership of Christ and the authority of the King James Bible for financial benefits from the state and modern Bible translations originating from the chair of St. Peter. The Throne of Antichrist
Jesuit futurism, though perhaps not a direct aspect of Roman Catholic Canon law, is an expression of Rome’s claim to rulership over the entire Earth by the authority they insist was given to Peter by Jesus Christ and in turn given by Peter to the Pope of Rome. Jesuit Futurism teaches that there has not yet been an Antichrist system or a literal person called Antichrist on Earth. It declares Antichrist a thing of the future, something that is revealed after Christians are taken up into the air to be with Christ. This misplaced doctrine is the cornerstone of Jesuit futurism. Most refer to it as the pretribulation Rapture. What is its significance in light of Roman Catholic Canon law, you may ask. Quite simply, it has caused Protestants and Baptists over the past 500 years to drop their guard against the Roman Catholic Church. In fact, it has set the tone for ecumenism. Ecumenism says, let all of us who name the name of Christ exist peacefully together as one universal Church.
Ecumenism is Rome’s primary initiative under the counterreformation of the Jesuits to bring all quote separated brethren unquote back into the arms of Mother Church. How is this reflected in North American churches today? Most are state corporations, and most use Roman Catholic Bibles. Modern Bibles are translated straight from Roman Catholic manuscripts housed in the Vatican Library. This has happened over the centuries as Protestants and Baptists have adopted aspects of Roman Catholic Canon law, such as the tax exempt Church corporations and tax deductible audited giving made palatable by Jesuit futurism. Churches are convinced there is no Antichrist system or Antichrist on Earth presently. Therefore, why should they fear Rome? In fact, most Protestants and Baptists and Catholics believe they have more to fear from a future Antichrist and his system. And on that note, they are inclined to band together, to address current social issues and to watch for signs of a common enemy that will one day threaten all so called Christians.
That’s what they believe. Because of Jesuit futurism, the Vatican has been able to introduce aspects of Roman Canon law into United States civil law and in doing so, implement legal principles into civil law that have enticed Protestants and Baptists to accept benefits of the state. The downside for churches is they have, by their own free will and illegal consent, remove themselves from under the sole authority of Jesus Christ and the King James Bible. Had Protestants and Baptists from the Reformation onward retained a healthy fear of Rome, they would not have become corporations of the state, nor would they have implemented tax deductible audited giving as prescribed by the government. They would have recognized those apparent legal advantages as counterreformation strategies promoted by the Roman Catholic Church hierarchy. And they would have identified Jesuit futurism as an important aspect of ecumenism.
If your Church is a Corporation, most are and your Church is involved in tax deductible giving and it teaches a future Antichrist system and person called Antichrist, you are exhibiting all the earmarks of a Church entrenched in the legal system and ultimately under Roman Catholic Canon law, whether you recognize it or not.
Roman Catholic Canon Law Part Four Altar Calls
You are probably wondering how altar Calls could possibly have anything to do with Roman Catholic Canon law. Before I explain why altar calls have produced a Protestant and Baptist Church environment friendly to a Protestant priesthood and Protestant quasi confessional akin to that of Catholicism, I will recap my last three messages. In the previous three messages, I discussed the American corporate Church tax deductible giving and Jesuit futurism in light of Roman Catholic Canon law. I explained how those things support aspects of Romanism today’s. Message number four in a series of five is titled Altar Calls. The first question is – are there any altar calls in the New Testament? No, there are not. The altar call is a product of the late 1800s. It has nothing to do with the early Christian Church. In fact, according to many ancient writers, both religious and secular Christians did not employ any aspect of alter centric worship in their services. Some early writers said that the idea of alter centric worship was repugnant to true Christians. And when we get to the Protestant Reformation of the 1500s, we find many reformers in defiance of Roman Catholic religion, removing altars from churches and even refusing fellowship with those who did not. Many Christians think that when the pastor gives the altar call, they are being rebellious. If they don’t respond, they often overlook the fact that alter calls are usually spiked with elders and others in position of authority that respond often because they feel they are setting a good example. Fundamentally, the altar call is a staged and scripted event founded upon emotionally driven sales principles introduced into the Church environment by the father of altar calls, 19th century evangelist Charles Finney.
Here are the connections to Roman Catholicism. We’ve all heard the pastoral command every head bowed and every eye closed, no one looking around, no one except God and the pastor. Think about it. The pastor has now elevated himself to the position of priest, very much like a Roman Catholic priest who claims to stand in God’s stead and has positioned himself spiritually above all the congregants. The priest may look around, but you may not show me that in the Bible it’s not there. The next thing introduced into the altar call event is confession. Although done in public and confession of a general nature, it nevertheless is confession to the pastor who promises to pray for you. He will often say things like, if you’re struggling with a particular sin, raise your hand. No one will embarrass you. I’d like to pray for you. Yes, I see that hand. God bless you. I’ll pray for you. I see that hand. Yes, and that hand. And that hand. Next, the pastor magically turns the front of the Church, the Communion table, and the stairs and pulpit into an altar. When he says, the altar is open, won’t you come to the altar? Some of you need to do business with God. Won’t you heed the calling of the Holy Spirit? I don’t know about you, but I don’t see an altar anywhere. What I see is a pastor acting like a Roman Catholic priest, performing a type of loose transubstantiation upon the Communion table, miraculously transforming it into an altar.
Are you starting to get the picture? While the hymn Just as I am placed slowly and quietly in the background, pulling at your heartstrings. The pastor is manipulating you psychologically through a series of commitments, starting with so called private hand raising that only he and God may look upon. It’s all staged to get you down to the thing called the altar that really is no altar at all. Once kneeling at the mystical altar, you may be asked to make promises to God, promises to turn over a new leaf, to hand out more tracks, to modify aspects of your behaviour, and so on. In principle, those may not be bad things to do. Yet most fail miserably and come back to the phony altar call week after week, unable to keep their promises to God. Sound familiar? We’ve all been there. Here’s the problem. Making promises to God is called taking oaths. The Bible speaks strongly against making oaths to God. So why does the pastor insist on you taking oaths? Quite simply, it’s called guilt manipulation. You will fail, and then you must come back to the Church building and to the altar. Each week he’s got you hooked on the ritual and the emotionalism. Are you starting to see the Roman Catholicism in the altar call? The altar call substitutes the place of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer. The truth is, you don’t need a mediating pastor priest. You don’t need a quasi-public private confession, albeit a hand raising ritual or a confessional booth. You don’t need a heartfelt walk down an aisle.
You don’t need a phoney altar. And for certain, you don’t need to take oaths before God. Nor should you. Roman Catholic Canon law declares the offices of Popes and priests as substitutes for Christ on Earth. Protestant and Baptist altar calls conform to the supposed authority of pastors and priests to stand between man and God. The Bible is clear there is one mediator between God and man Christ Jesus. Roman Catholic Canon Law,
Part Five Public Church
The idea of a public Church building is consistent with Roman Catholic Canon law. In this series of five messages on Canon law, I’ve discussed ways that churches unknowingly conform to the authority of the Vatican by adopting practices that are compatible with Roman Catholic Canon law. This, the fifth of five messages on this subject, deals with the public Church building or community centered Church. By law, all corporate churches must put the best interest of the community ahead of the gospel of Jesus Christ. This is clearly stated in the 501 C three corporate charter that governs all state churches.
Because of that, Church buildings may not refuse reasonable use by organizations and others that operate for the benefit of the community. Often, churches are used for medical stations, CPR classes, exercise programs, dance classes, bingo, voting stations, polling stations, town hall meetings, and a single social events. Furthermore, a corporate Church by law must be open to the public, even during Church services. So what’s the problem, you may ask? Firstly, Church, in the plain Old Testament sense of the word is a gathering of Called Out believers. Referred to in Greek as the eclipse. It was never open to the unsaved. In fact, it was the responsibility of each Church member to share the gospel with the unsaved. When someone accepted Christ as their saviour and was clearly born again, they were then welcomed into the Church or ecclisia. Not before the public Church goes against the meaning of Church and the New Testament teaching on the nature of the Church.
Yet since Rome declares authority over all civil law, including laws governing the corporate Church, all churches and religions are subject to Rome’s Canon law. This idea can be traced back to Constantine’s legal Church established in the fourth century when many Christian groups came out of hiding and accepted legal status. This allowed them to eventually acquire property and assets and in many cases, benefit by the financial support of the government. They became state sponsored churches. Because nearly all American churches today are subsidized by the government through tax exemption. They are, in fact, business partners with the government and in keeping with Roman Catholic Canon law. These churches naturally comply with Canon law without even knowing it. Fundamentally, Roman Catholic Canon law seeks to diminish the authority of Christ and replace it with that of the Pope who is called Vicar of Christ or Substitute Christ. Here’s the bottom line. A true New Testament Church is intended for the sole purposes of Jesus Christ and it is a gathering only of saved, born again believers. Thus, when your Church becomes a public venue for the unsaved, it can no longer be called a true Church. Rather, it is a Roman Church complying with Roman Catholic Canon law.