Lies/Mentiras, Agustin S.Contin
Agustin S.Contin


For too many centuries, the Catholic Church has been teaching lies to the innocent people who apparently are unable to think clearly for themselves. Catholic clergymen pretend to be “representatives of God,” with power to forgive the sins of other human beings, and also to transform the host, and the wine into the body and blood of Jesus Christ, in order for the faithful to eat and drink it as would cannibals. They also pretend that their mass is a repetition of the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross, when Jesus died and resurrected almost 2,000 years ago. They also teach several other lies, wanting people to accept the great number of “saints” and “virgins,” who really are just dead people. God the Father forbids us to communicate with dead persons, without exception. The most important lies are refuted in this book, not by the author, but by the Bible and the gospels, because The Bible never lies. Durante muchos siglos, la Iglesia Católica ha enseñado mentiras a personas inocentes, incapaces de pensar por sí mismas. Los clérigos católicos pretenden ser “representantes de Dios,” con poder para perdonar pecados a otros, así como para transformar la hostia y el vino en el cuerpo y la sangre de Jesucristo, para que los fieles los devoren como caníbales. Pretenden que su misa es una repetición del sacrificio del Señor en la cruz, cuando Jesús murió y resucitó hace casi dos mil años.
416 printed pages


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