Monday, October 23, 2017


This article tries to prove that the Reformation was initially inspired in Martin Luther by his contact with the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. There may be shreds of truth in this, but Luther was not the Reformation. The Reformation was also Zwingli, John Knox, and Latimer and many more heroic men. 

The Reformation churches are celebrating their 500th anniversary this year, but as they do so, their churches are emptying in Europe and languishing in the USA. The reason the Reformation has died and flopped is clear.

The Bible does not call for reforming a whore. The Bible calls for stoning a whore. All of the Reformed denominations have tried to reform part of the Roman Catholic Whore Church's heresies while keeping other heresies.


Reformed churches baptize babies and claim that this secures them a place in Heaven by virtue of the faith of their parents. There is nothing to support this heresy in the Bible. Baptism in the New Testament is for adults who understand they are sinners and have the faculty of reason to believe by faith.

The "Host" during communion was removed from the virtual eating of Jesus flesh and brought half way to biblical Christianity be saying Jesus comes to us when we eat the cookie. Rubbish. Jesus comes to the believer in full measure when the believer confesses faith in him. Jesus does not come incrementally in pints and quarts.

As to the Ethiopian Church, Prestor John was the founder of Coptic Christianity, not some deacon. Much can be said in favor of the Ethiopian Coptic Church, but in its present form it is dead as a door nail, lost in very dark rituals and cultural nonsense. Worship in all Orthodox churches cannot be conducted without a load of gongs and trinkets. Worship in spirit and truth is much too simple. 

So, if you are in a Reformed Church of any kind, you are riding a dying horse. You need to find fellowship with people who take the Reformed Bible, the King James Bible, and then use is literally instead of trying to patch up the Whore of Rome.

Revelation 18:4 And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.
5 For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities.