A Tale of Two Popes

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  1. Jonathan Tricco says:

    Hi Theo,
    I hope I dont bother you too much. Did you know that the Roman Catholic religion was not actually formed and instituted until 325 A.D. when Constantine called the Council of Nicea. He did so because He was against christianity and instead of fight against it he thought it better to unify it with other pagan religions. Papacy, like praying to saints, or Mary, were never part of the bible, of Jesus’ teachings. The people who believe in Jesus and follow Him are His church. We need to be sure we don’t swerve from His truth. John Ramirez an ex satan worshipper, who by the way has some remarkable stories of his former life, has a video showing how some of these things that were incorporated from christianity into catholicism are actually pagan, even demonic in nature. https://youtu.be/GWAI9d63umg.

    I don’t want to discourage you from your faith Theo, but to encourage you to seek the truth for yourself. Feel free to email me anytime.

    God bless you!

    • Theodoric says:

      Not discouraged at all, Jon! Thank you so much for taking the time to not only read by reply to my post! I really feel meeting you was a divine appointment and that the Holy Spirit has something for the two of us to take from it! When we are talking you seemed to be someone genuine in faith, intelligent and someone who seeks the truth above all. You trust the Word and want to know Him in His fullness.

      I don’t like copying and pasting answers. I really feel it’s important to explain to people not only the Truth, but also how God allows me to understand His Truth within my heart. I promise that if you agree to check back I’ll address all the things you mentioned. Rather than relying I’d rather write a full post on the subjects for you. I’ve made a personal commitment to try my best to post something everyday or every other day, and that takes time, so you’ll have to be a tiny bit patient. Does that work for you? Thanks again!!!

  2. Jonathan Tricco says:

    Hi Theo,

    I’m glad you also enjoyed our conversations. I do truly love Jesus and want to give God the glory for everything He does in my life. Thank you Lord! And thank you for Theo. I definitely look forward to reading more of what you have to say on these topics. Once I get a chance I’ll email you as you mentioned in case I forget to check back so I can be updated.

    God is good!

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