Thursday, March 1, 2012

Contracpetion Condemned by ALL CHRISTIAN churches!

I am going to go right to the point here : )

Protestants of all branches of Christianity please read.
Also if you say you are Catholic and use birth control you to must read this.

Until 1930 ALL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES rejected and condemned the use of contraception of all kinds! Prior to this time, to be a good and faithful Christian in marriage was to be open to children and contraception was not to be a part of it.

In fact Protestant reformers held to this anti-contraception teaching that originated in the Catholic Church (also known as the Christian church) Yet this anti-contraception teaching was still very much alive in Christians even after the braking away from the Catholic Church in the 1500's and on. So much a part of Christian life (Christian married life) that it was that way until 1930.

You can look it up it is called the Lambeth council..
Also follow the link below...

The Protestant reformers called contraception "murder"!

Even as recent as 1960, most anti-contraception legislature that was on the books were due to Protestant and Evangelical politicians. So what happened? Sin happened and one by one Christian Churches gave in to Satan and his evil plan to stop Gods children from ever being born!

Today, only the Catholic Church remains faithful and stands firm on the teaching that contraception is evil and must never be a part of a Christan marriage. In fact married couples are unfaithful to God and to the sacrament of marriage when contraception is included.

You have to ask your self. If this was a major teaching of all Christians beginning with authentic Christianity in the first century until 1930, then what has changed?

Has God changed his mind on the use of contraception?
Was God wrong until 1930?
Was Margaret Sanger ( founder of Planned Parenthood and pioneer of the contraception movement) given some divine revelation from God?

The answer to those questions is NO!

God has not changed his mind, contraception is still evil and contrary to faithful Christian marriage. And Margret Sanger was no prophet! It must also be noted that this unfaithfulness has opened the door to even more evil in our country and world!

Today more than 3,000 babies are killed before they are born every day in this country and added to that is the thousands if not millions of babies who never existed at all! Or those who are killed at a very early stage of life due to the abortifacient actions of hormonal birth control!

How many more Christians will be killed or denied life because of the use of birth control and abortion among the so called Christian communities?

My last words:

We shouldn't be surprised that Protestant branches of Christianity decided to be unfaithful on this issue. Protestantism was founded by unfaithful Christians. Catholics that broke away from the Church that Christ himself founded to follow their own notions of what Christianity should be..

Today we are seeing even more evils being accepted by those who call them self Christian. Today many of the same Christian Churches that gave in to contraception in 1930 and abortion in 1973 and on, are now very much accepting of gay marriage and gay clergy.

If you are a follower of Christ and want to be a faithful follower of Christ you should probably learn more about these inconsistencies among so called Christian Churches.

Become a faithful member of the body of Christ, for there is one body, one faith and one baptism!

God bless!

"Few realize that up until 1930, all Protestant denominations agreed with the Catholic Church’s teaching condemning contraception as sinful. At its 1930 Lambeth Conference, the Anglican church, swayed by growing social pressure, announced that contraception would be allowed in some circumstances. Soon the Anglican church completely caved in, allowing contraception across the board. Since then, all other Protestant denominations have followed suit. Today, the Catholic Church alone proclaims the historic Christian position on contraception."

Read the rest there is much more info about this. Just follow this link, see what the early Church Fathers thought about contraception at ---->


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