Incarnation & the First Breath

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by admin on March 6, 2009

It’s in the Bible. Confer Genesis. Life begins with the first breath. So why is the Catholic Church preaching a different sermon and calling supporters of pro choice endorsers of ‘homicide’?

In Scranton, Pa., every Catholic attending Mass on October 19, 2008 heard a special political propaganda sermon about how to vote next month: Bishop Joseph Martino has ordered every priest in the diocese to read a letter warning that voting for a supporter of the right to choose amounts to endorsing “homicide.”

Concealed behind centuries of Catholic and other Christianoid false doctrine, this criminal exhortation is proof of the abysmal ignorance of the Catholic and Protestant clergy, even when it comes to their own chosen book: The Bible.

There are far too many infantile interpretations or convenient refusals to read the obvious symbolism in the Bible, especially those verses that clearly deny some fanatics’ most irrational and aggressive beliefs.

Let me clarify.

“Expire” defined

“To die” is also expressed as “to expire,” which means to give up our last breath and with it our spirit. “Expire” comes from Latin “expiritus.” Today modern science can take the heart of a man who just died and transplant that living piece of flesh to another man whose heart is failing. This proves that biological living flesh does not of itself carry a soul unless the living breath is present.

“Christianoid” defined

Fanatical Christianoids, i.e.: greedy fakes pretending to believe in the teachings of Jesus but having no qualms about killing birth control doctors, lethally injecting or torturing people, bombing villages of innocent civilians, insist that the moment a male sperm fertilizes a female egg a new human soul immediately pops up directly from heaven into the womb, just like fat Santa coming down the chimney.

Biblical truth

The Bible, which, we must repeat, they claim is the “word of the Almighty” plainly denies that ridiculous notion of life beginning at conception in Genesis:

And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.”

So there it is: The breath of life was breathed by God in Adam’s nostrils and that is when Adam became: A LIVING SOUL! The soul, therefore, enters the body with the first breath and clearly departs with the last breath. Every culture in the world celebrates the birth of living souls and not of those who were stillborn without ever having drawn a single breath.

The heart of a dead man is biologically alive, like a fetus in the womb, and can function as a heart as soon as it is connected to a breathing body and soul. Flesh in the womb is biologically a living fruit of the mother, but does not carry a soul until the spirit enters at the time of birth through the nostrils with the first divine breath of life.

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