The Pope wants to change Israel and the World

The Pope in Rome wants to change Israel. In 1999 the late Pope kissed the Qur’an. The Pope him self is worshiped and kissed by his faithful followers. There is a lot of things that needs to be changed.

Pope Benedict XVI will be in Israel from May 8th to the 15th. Hopes are soaring among Israel’s enemies that the Pope will use his imminent visit to Israel to further pressure the Netanyahu government to surrender historical Jewish lands.

But can the Pope be trusted?

On May 14th 1999 a delegation of Christian and Muslim leaders from Iraq visited Pope John Paul II in Rome. A Muslim representative brought the Holy Qur’an, and the Pope kissed it in front of all the participants.

The Christian New Testament cannon of the Jewish book, The Holy Bible, has been closed for more than 1500 years. Faithful Christians believe that the only true divine scriptures send to man from God is found in the Bible. Faithful Christians will not acknowledge the Qur’an, and will never kiss this book.

Its bad enough that the pope acknowledge the Qur’an as a true revelation from God. Its points blank blasphemy that He is willing to bow down and kiss this book, and make it an idol that should not be worshiped is such a manner.

By doing this, the Pope has to recognized as an apostate Christian, that do not represent the Jewish Messiah on Earth.

The Pope him self permits his followers to worship him as an idol. Bowing down to Him, kissing his hand, and claiming the Pope`s infallibility in matters of moral, understanding of the scriptures and faith.

Just take a look:

A cardinal and his pope
A cardinal and his pope

Cardinal Renato Martino is the head of the Vatican Council for Justice and Peace. The Bible does not permit this sinful worship of the Pope, a sinful human being.

1 Kings 19:18: Yet I reserve seven thousand in Israel—all whose knees have not bowed down to Baal and all whose mouths have not kissed him.”

Exodus 20:4-5: “You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me.

Neither should any Christian bow down to any man who claims to be the only Vicar of Christ, nor should we bow down a kiss the hands of any man that Roman Catholicism claims is anointed with infallibility. This kind of worship should according to the Bible be reserved for God Him self.

The Cardinal is not alone:

President Vicente Fox of Mexico:


President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela:


Former First lady of the US, Laura Bush:


King Juan Carlos I of Spain:


Prime Minister of Spain Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero:


The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams:


May the Lord God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob judge this men for what they have done in accordance with the Word of God, found in the Bible.

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17 thoughts on “The Pope wants to change Israel and the World

  1. Dear sbs.

    I am a student of the Jewish Messiah. He did not name anybody Catholic or Protestant.

    For Him there was only two kinds of people. Those who was ready to obey Him as the Messiah, and those who were not.

    I do not believe in the idol called Pope of Rome. He did not die for my sins. Neither do I pray to saints, madonnas or Mother Mary. Thats makes me a bad Catholic.

    Neither do I believe in Replacement theology, that the Church is the New Israel. This makes make me a bad Protestant too.

    My faith is Jewish. I believe in God of Abraham, Isaac and Israel. He has revealed him self to the sons and daughters of Israel, and made gentiles one with them in the promised Messiah.

    1. Ivar
      The church is not the new israel but it is the israel of God as Paul calls it. The church is made up the remnant of jews that God had chosen in that first generation of the church and elect Jews and gentiles during this age. We are all one in Jesus. He has made us all one. If you choose not to call yourself a christian but something else, perhaps a follower of Christ, a disciple of Christ whatever;
      You are still the church of Christ. There is no favoritism as far as Christ is concerned. We; all of us who believe by and through faith in Messiah Jesus make up his church.Jesus said when speaking to Peter. Upon this rock I will build my church and the gates of hell will not prevail. Israel was never replaced, it just began to include gentiles as well as Jews. The only plan in this age for all men is that they will except Jesus through faith.
      What God has joined together let no man put assunder

      in Christ

      1. Dear Todd.


        You claim the Church is the New Israel of God.

        My reply:

        We must not mix up the different versions of the word Israel. Let me give you a Bible verse:

        Jeremiah 31:36
        “Only if these decrees vanish from my sight,” declares the LORD, “will Israel ever cease being a nation before me.”

        Israel is not only a man (Jacob), and the 12 tribes of Jacob. Israel is also a nation. The Church is not a nation. Therefore she can not replace, nor be the nation of Israel.

        It is true that we who believe in Yeshua (Jesus) and support the Jewish people are “The New Israel of God”. But we have not replaced the nation of Israel, but has enlarged the Israel of God, the people who love and obey God of Israel.

    1. Dear Sue.

      What is all this kissing business all about?

      Proverbs 27:6
      Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses.

  2. It never ceases to amaze me that these men let others kiss their hand like a king. When they are stripped of their robes and ‘Sheppard staff’ and fancy hat, they are mortal men, a sinner like me.

    Pslam 146:3
    Do not put your trust in princes, in mortal men, who cannot save.
    (end of scripture)

    No man, no institution, no ritual, no religious system can save. Only the blood of Jesus. Amen.

  3. It is an exciting time to be on this earth, and to be born again by the same spirit that raised Jesus from the dead. The true Children of God will not bow to any false gods……. I’m so glad to have the Holy Spirit and will not cease in praying in toungues. I love the appearing of the Lord Jesus Christ.
    It ‘s wild to see the Word God play out in the world, and we are seeing the end of this age……. Glory To God.. His King Jesus is coming.

  4. Proverbs 27:6
    Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses.

    Does that mean I have to stop kissing my wife because she is an enemy of mine???

    To answer your question sbs3758d, he is a Protestant!

    The Koran was a gift to him from the delegation. Islamic peoples are not casual in the giving of gifts. It represents the giver. They knew perfectly well that the Pope was a Catholic Christian, but they gave to him that which was regarded as most important in their life, their own holy book. Thus, at the end of the audience, the Pope showed his deep appreciation to this intimate self-donation, by bowing and kissing the Koran as a sign of respect. Such a gesture ran totally against the grain of crusades and condemnations. It did not mean that the Pope accepted all that was in the book, only that his love for the Muslim people, and the Iraqis in particular, was genuine. He makes the first move, not in the capitulation of our faith, but in the recognition that the followers of Jesus and those who cherish Mohammed should not be engaged in name-calling, or worse, killing each other. The Pope appreciated the suffering of the Iraqi people, particularly the women and children. It showed he did not look down upon them but had a genuine respect for them within the brotherhood of man.

  5. And Also………..Are you people REALLY sure its the book of Koran??? Or its another book??? I know I was not there nor were any of you!!! No, one is sure what is that book???

    People shove all kinds of books into the pope’s hands at audiences, and if the pope was under the impression that the thing to do with a gift in Iraqi culture is to kiss it as a sign of respect to the one who gives the gift then he might have kissed it reflexively, not even understanding the nature of the book.

    While this is possible, I think it likely that an interpreter explained the nature of the gift that was being given on this occasion. This still leaves the possibility that the pope kissed it as part of Middle Eastern politeness rather than as a gesture of respect for the book itself.

    I have heard claims that in some Middle Eastern cultures that this is a typical gesture of respect for one giving a gift, but I have asked Chaldean friends of mine whether this is the case in Iraqi culture and the answer was a definite “No.” “The pope put his foot on the neck of all Chaldeans with this action” was the response I was given. (Just to make things clear, putting your foot on the neck of someone is a bad thing in Iraqi culture.)

    Still, the pope may have been under the mistaken impression that this was the appropriate thing to do when receiving a gift in their culture. He can’t be an expert on every culture in the world, and he could get this wrong.

    Or maybe he didn’t.

    Maybe he knew it was the Quran and kissed it anyway, not as a customary gift giving response, but for some other reason.

    What might that reason be?

    It certainly wouldn’t be that he believes in Islam or believes that Islam is on a par with Christianity. If he believed either of these two things then he (a) wouldn’t be the earthly head of the Christian faith and (b) wouldn’t have approved the publication of Dominus Iesus, which asserts the salvific universality of Jesus Christ and the Church.

    Any attempt to represent him as thinking one of those things doesn’t even get out of the gate.

    So what might he have been thinking?

    We’re only speculating here, but two things spring to mind as what JP2 might have been thinking:

    1) The Quran does contain some elements of truth (as well as grave elements of falsehood) and he might have wanted to honor the elements of truth it contains.

    2) Showing respect in this way could foster world peace and interreligious harmony.

    Of these two, I would conjecture that the latter would have been uppermost in John Paul II’s mind, though the former may not have been absent.

    John Paul II was a man who was enormously concerned with world peace and interreligious harmony. As a young man he lived through the horrors of World War II, which had a permanent effect on him and his generation and their views about war and peace.

    As a mature man he lived through the Cold War that repeatedly brought the world to the brink of nuclear disaster, and this also had a permanent effect on him and his generation and their views about war and peace. The constant threat of nuclear warfare hung particularly heavily over Europe–which would have been the chief battleground in a conflict between the Soviet Union and the West–and (particularly on the heels of WWII) it deeply impressed the “find peace at any cost” message on his generation.

    As a result of the Cold War, the nations of western Europe were forced into an alliance (NATO) whereby their centuries-long enmities (as between France and Germany) had to be suppressed for the sake of common survival. Negotiation became the key to survival in western Europe, and the same message was driven home to those in Eastern bloc countries, such as John Paul II’s native Poland.

    By letting the US shoulder the main burden for the military defense of Europe (during and after the Cold War), many Europeans of John Paul II’s generation absorbed the idea that negotiation was paramount and could solve virtually any problem. It wasn’t until the events of the Global War On Terror that this idea began to be seriously called into question many in European circles.

    As a result, as a man of his generation, John Paul II–for the best of motives–may have overestimated both the need for and the utility of gestures such as the one exhibited in the Quran-kissing event.

    If the former pontiff did understand that the gift was a Quran and if he wasn’t under the impression that kissing a gift was a standard response in Iraqi culture then I would suppose that he did so out of a desire to foster peace and interreligious harmony, but it would still have been a mistake to my mind.

    The Quran, whatever elements of truth it contains, also contains venomous attacks on the divinity of Christ and on Christian doctrine and these make it inappropriate for the Vicar of Christ to kiss it under any circumstances.

    John Paul II also may not have been attending to the gravity of the false elements in the Quran. Even if he knew them, he may not have been thinking about them and may have acted on the spur of the moment, without fully thinking through his action.

    Fortunately, the infallibility of the pope and the indefectibility of the Church do not extend to such actions. A pope is not attempting to make anything remotely like a dogmatic definition in an act of this nature. And so, however misguided the action may have been and however good the motives for it may have been, it would constitute an error that does not touch upon papal infallibility or ecclesial indefectibility.

    It would be one of the mistakes that all fallen humans are heir to, even the vicars of Christ.

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