Wednesday, February 4, 2015

The RCC Deleted the Second Commandment

I have just recently been made aware of the differences between the Catholic Ten Commandments and the Biblical Ten Commandments. Unsurprisingly, the RCC, in its infallible magnificence, decided that the second commandment was unnecessary and should therefore be struck from the list. They know better. The second commandment is written in Exodus as follows:
II. You shall not make for yourself a graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them or serve them; for I the LORD your God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children to the third and the fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing steadfast love to thousands of those who love me and keep my commandments.

At first I was skeptical as I had never before heard such a claim nor did I imagine that even the RCC could be so brazen, but given the evidence, it certainly appears as if the Roman Catholic Church sneaked in and altered God's Ten Commandments into its own graven image. Roman Catholic Ten Commandments explains it. Do your own research - there are other online sources as well. And if you still do not believe me, here it is, straight from the whore's horse's mouth, The Vatican.

Did you see what they did there? They deleted the second commandment regarding the worship of idols, and they split the 10th commandment into two to make up for the deleted 2nd. New, Improved Ten Commandments! Catholics may worship at the feet of their multitudes of idols whilst pretending the Word of God means a damn to them.

As with every flagrant and not so flagrant deception, one imagines the tap dancing of the explanation to be so very intricate and technical that only the most learned of Vatican scholars can fully appreciate and comprehend it - well beyond the intellect of the great unwashed. The faithful, assuming they have the first clue that anything is amiss, must simply take it on faith that all is well and good within the infallible and incorruptible RCC.

Perhaps this apparently egregious blasphemy is no such thing at all, but is instead a perfectly innocent misunderstanding, an urban myth, an old Protestant wives' tale - yet another slanderous attack on the RCC. If so, I would appreciate being disabused of my conclusion of gross iniquity on the part of the RCC with a simple, straightforward explanation. Until such time, I will be satisfied that there exists no good explanation, and once again being reminded why I left that incensed den of deceitful vipers in the first place - and never looked back.

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