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Pope ordered false Gospels to be written
In 1686, Pope Innocent XI (1676-1689) authorized the publication of a ‘new’ New Testament that proved to be a flagrant instance of popes resolving to force non-historic writings into their own service by audacious corruptions and interpolations. Called, ‘The New Testament of Our Saviour, Jesus Christ’, it was printed in France under the Imprimatur of the Archbishop of Bordeaux, and prefixed with an assurance that it was ‘carefully revised and corrected by Doctors of Divinity with permission from their Superior’. Many passages might be discussed, but the few examples presented here suffice to show the dishonesty of the papal office.
Fooling the people
This Bible contains a fictitious account of the ‘institution of the mass’, and stresses the necessity of ‘annual pilgrimages to Rome to bring alms‘. ‘Elders’ was changed to read ‘priests’; ‘do penance’ replaced ‘repent’, and the words ‘religion’, ‘church‘, ‘Easter’, ‘everlasting fire’, ‘crucifix’, ‘pope’ and ‘trinity’ were added throughout, noting that they do not appear in older Bibles. Jesus Christ is made to say; ‘Do not join yourself in the sacrament of marriage with unbelievers’ and, ‘Ye keep my commandments as I left them to with you by tradition’. To overcome the notion of priesthood celibacy, this passage was created; ‘Give us a woman to serve us with the gospel, and remember us with her goods’. The most flagrant interpolation occurs in 1 Timothy, iv, 1-3: ‘Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some will separate themselves from the true Roman Faith, giving themselves up to spirits of error and to doctrines taught by devils’.
Catholic’s rise up in opposition to the Pope’s Gospel fraud
This Bible came to be called ‘The Bordeaux Testament’ and it caused such a commotion in Protestant countries that when Catholics heard of their Church’s folly, they rose up in unison against it and tried to destroy the entire print-run. In consequence, it is believed that only four copies now exist. ‘The Bordeaux Testament’ supports the evidence that Christianity is the end result of a select group of people in high places within the Church conspiring together to create false and misleading documentation to fool unsuspecting people into believing something that is untrue.
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