Sunday, November 18, 2007

Dial Daily Bread

Dear Friends of "Dial Daily Bread":

The dogma of the Immaculate Conception has the appearance of being a teaching sublimely beautiful; but it hides Jesus from our view.

So completely does it hide Him, that multitudes have no idea who Jesus is, while they think they know Him.

This incorrect idea severs the link that binds the Virgin Mary to humanity because it declares that when the fetus of the Virgin Mary was in the womb of her mother, God worked a miracle (the Bible says nothing about this!) that broke the DNA or genetic link that has bound every person on earth to our father Adam.

Thus in one stroke this “dogma” denies the fundamental truth of the Bible that says, “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son. ...” (John 3:16). Thus it says in effect that God did not give Him to us; God kept Him back by breaking this genetic link to humanity. The Virgin Mary is thus some kind of a new creature that God made, but who was separate from humanity.

If that’s all there were to this “dogma” of Immaculate Conception, the human race might not feel bad because of it: it would simply be that here’s one woman different from any other woman. That’s all.

But wait a moment:

The problem is that this “dogma” also means that her Son, Jesus Christ, has been separated from humanity by having that DNA or genetic link broken; thus He is not a human being at all. He too is some new creature that God created independent of a genetic link to humanity.

Thus it says that He doesn’t know how you feel deep down; He cannot be tempted “like” as you are tempted. This dogma denies multitudes of Bible statements that tell us how close Jesus is to all of us, how real He is.

Don’t let anyone or any organization, no matter how powerful or wealthy it might be, rob you of the Savior whom you need, and who rightfully has been given to you, and is yours.

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