Thursday, October 8, 2015

Is The Pope's Appeal for 'Common Good' Catholic And Against The Inalienable Rights Of The US Constitution Asks Dr. Richard Ruhling -

Dr. Richard Ruhling is an expert on Biblical prophecy and is the author of 'The Alpha & Omega Bible Code'

“The core of the pope's message could be summed up in 'Cooperation for the Common Good'...a Roman Catholic principle and...governing strategy,” said US Senator Bob Casey in the Times-Tribune on September 26, 2015.

In a piece in the LA Times, the pope said, “Politics is an expression of our compelling need to live as one, in order to build as one the greatest common good: that of a community which sacrifices particular interests in order to share, in justice and peace, its goods, its interests, its social life.”

In his encyclical, Laudato Si', part of the pope's agenda included Sunday, an issue that was before the US Congress when a Sunday bill was debated by AT Jones.  Jones asked, “What on the other hand is the ‘common good’?” It is an indefinite term.  Each person defines it to suit himself.  Government defines it to suit themselves...In Peru, until recently, it was considered to be for the common good that no Protestant marriage ceremonies should be recognized as valid by the state.  In Spain it was for the common good that Protestants should not be allowed to worship in church buildings.  The list of instances in which personal rights have been invaded under the plea of the common good might be extended indefinitely."

Jones continued:  “And for what purpose is this limitation sought to be put upon natural rights? A quotation from the recent hearing on the Sunday bills before the Massachusetts legislature will explain.  A speaker on behalf of the [Sunday] bills said: "When we speak of natural rights, it must be with limitations.  Natural rights of the individual in the community are subordinate to the common good.  Sabbath laws [Sunday laws] have been proved to be for the common good."

Why does Rome want a Sunday law? Surely not for the poor in this world. The pope is familiar with the poverty seen in most Latin American countries colonized by priests when America was founded, says Dr. Richard Ruhling who spent a summer in Colombia and Venezuela in 1960.  He says God blessed America with a Constitution that kept religious interests out of government in contrast to Rome's control of governments which they lost in the Protestant Reformation and when Napoleon took the pope prisoner.

Ruhling claims that Rome gets homage from Protestants who honor Sunday, a papal institution that is based on church authority rather than the Bible.  The “first day” (Sunday) is found only once in the book of Acts in contrast to the apostles' practice “every Sabbath”. This video offers insights -

Once a Sunday law is passed, dissidents to Rome may be punished for non-compliance—a hallmark of Revelation's beast power and 666, signaled also by the pope's hand sign, says Ruhling, adding that most Protestants are clueless to these issues.  Also, Jews and Sabbatarian’s need to exercise discernment regarding Rome's plan for a New World Order that Revelation 13 calls the image to [or of] the beast... 

“When the time comes and men realize the social edifice must be rebuilt according to eternal standards, be it tomorrow or centuries from now, the Catholics will arrange things to suit said standards...They will make obligatory the religious observance of Sunday on behalf of the whole of society and for its own good, revoking the permit for freethinkers and Jews to celebrate incognito, Monday or Saturday on their own account.  Those, whom this may annoy, will have to put up with the annoyance.  Respect will not be refused to the Creator nor repose denied to the creature simply for the sake of humoring certain maniacs, whose frenetic condition causes them stupidly and insolently to block the will of a whole people.” The Liberal Illusion, by Louis Veuillot

To “respect...the Creator” whose memorial to Creation is the Sabbath of the 4th Commandment by honoring the pagan day of sun worship (from the days of Constantine when the pope blessed Sunday) seems odd to Ruhling who says Revelation 13 implies Americans will lose their “inalienable rights” to this papal agenda, all for “the common good.” Trouble will come to America.

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Dr. Richard Ruhling is a physician whose interest in retirement is Bible prophecy and alternative healthcare. More information on these and many other topics is offered on his site.


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