Friday, February 26, 2016

Luther, The Wild Boar. The revolutionary leader whom many poor souls followed off the cliff, plunging into hell.

Monday, February 22, 2016

Fun with Luther. The Wild Boar claims Christ is an adulterous fornicator

This is the teaching of the psychotic murdering gnostic mad monk we are going to fete this October to celebrate the protestant revolution because ecumenism.

Christ committed adultery first of all with the woman at the well about whom St. John tells us. Was not everybody about Him saying: "Whatever has he been doing with her?" Secondly, with Mary Magdalene, and thirdly with the woman taken in adultery whom he dismissed so lightly. Thus even Christ, who was so righteous, must have been guilty of fornication before He died

 (D. Martin Luthers Werke, kritische Gesamtausgabe [Hermann Bohlau Verlag, 1893], vol. 2, no. 1472, April 7 - May 1, 1532, p. 33)

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Fun with Luther. The Wild Boar. Did a duel, resulting in his injuries and another's death, force him into Monastery?



Just who is this psychotic, murdering, gnostic, the cause of spiritual, theological, moral, and political evils whom we will fete later this year?

Is he to become a model Christian whom the bad old One Holy Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church now owes an apology to?

Yes and that is because;

Ecumenism is the Universal Solvent of Tradition.













Saturday, February 20, 2016

Fun with Luther. Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger gored by Wild Boar.


What exactly is behind the ecumenical desire to fete this most psychotic and destructive heresiarch?

Whatever the remote or proximate cause, the Hierarchy will be required to hide the truth about him.

Lies in the service of an anthropocentric unity devoid of salvific truth? 

Welcome to Ecumenism, the Universal Solvent of Tradition.






















Friday, February 19, 2016

Fun with Luther. The Wild Boar becomes psychotic after ingesting a gnostic nut

We at ABE Ministry have had this in our files for quite a long time and our Founder and Chairman, Amateur Brain Surgeon, thinks it is high time to roll it out so the male members of The One Holy Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church can be prepared for any future surprises that may be headed our way.


Ecumenism is the Universal Solvent of Tradition 

Vatican BulletinThe Holy Father Francis in Lund, Sweden, to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation


His Holiness Francis intends to participate in a joint ceremony of the Catholic Church and the World Lutheran Federation to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, scheduled to take place in Lund, Sweden on Monday 31 October 2016.



Sadly, 30 Days, has folded and ABS was unable, after repeated attempts, to secure their permission to post what it seems rational to think the authors would not mind having posted here on this crummy blog.

So, here ya go. A gimlet view of Luther, The Heresiarch, (Virtually a saint under the rubric of Ecumenism, the Universal Solvent of Tradition) and the truth about his beliefs that you are not permitted to learn; and just wait until you get a load of who he thinks Jesus Christ is....


According to Luther, Christ cannot be a person, he must be a compositum since divinity and malediction – the diabolical – must co-exist in Him














Thursday, February 18, 2016

Fun with Luther. The droppings of a wild boar

I am of a different mind ten times in the course of a day. But I resist the devil, and often it is with a fart that I chase him away. When he tempts me with silly sins I say, “Devil, yesterday I broke wind too. Have you written it down on your list?

 …I remind myself of the forgiveness of sin and of Christ and I remind Satan of the abomination of the pope. This abomination is so great that I am of good cheer and rejoice, and I confess that the abomination of the papacy after the time of Christ is a great consolation in me.

I’m like a ripe stool and the world’s like a gigantic anus, and we’re about to let go of each other.

“Tomorrow I have to lecture on the drunkenness of Noah [Gen. 9:20-27], so I should drink enough this evening to be able to talk about that wickedness as one who knows by experience.”

I am drinking beer from Namburg which tastes to me almost like the beer from Mansfeld which you praised to me. It agrees with me well and gives me about three bowel movements in three hours in the morning.

Christ committed adultery first of all with the woman at the well about whom St. John tells us. Was not everybody about Him saying: "Whatever has he been doing with her?" Secondly, with Mary Magdalene, and thirdly with the woman taken in adultery whom he dismissed so lightly. Thus even Christ, who was so righteous, must have been guilty of fornication before He died

Martin Luther









Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Fun with Luther. Remembering a wild boar.


Ecumenism is the Universal Solvent of Tradition 

Vatican Bulletin: The Holy Father Francis in Lund, Sweden, to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation


His Holiness Francis intends to participate in a joint ceremony of the Catholic Church and the World Lutheran Federation to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, scheduled to take place in Lund, Sweden on Monday 31 October 2016.


Here are some excerpted sections from a oncet well known Encyclical but, which lately, seems to have been forgotten, what with all the cheerful plans to celebrate the accomplishments of one Martin Luther.

O, and you can count on ABS being fair with that wild boar, as Pope Leo X described him, and the fun will consist of bolding some words.


What about the warnings to the faithful not to praise the wild boar but to burn his writings? 

Well, that was then, and this is the Ecumenism of now.



 

CONDEMNING THE ERRORS OF MARTIN LUTHER 

Exsurge Domine 

Bull of Pope Leo X issued June 15, 1520 

Arise, O Lord, and judge your own cause. ..

When you were about to ascend to your Father, you committed the care, rule, and administration of the vineyard, an image of the triumphant church, to Peter, as the head and your vicar and his successors. The wild boar from the forest seeks to destroy it ...

Give heed to the cause of the holy Roman Church, mother of all churches and teacher of the faith, whom you by the order of God, have consecrated by your blood. Against the Roman Church, you warned, lying teachers are rising, introducing ruinous sects, and drawing upon themselves speedy doom. Their tongues are fire, a restless evil, full of deadly poison. They have bitter zeal, contention in their hearts, and boast and lie against the truth. ..

For now a new Porphyry rises who, as the old once wrongfully assailed the holy apostles, now assails the holy pontiffs, our predecessors. 
Rebuking them, in violation of your teaching, instead of imploring them, he is not ashamed to assail them, to tear at them, and when he despairs of his cause, to stoop to insults. He is like the heretics "whose last defense," as Jerome says, "is to start spewing out a serpent's venom with their tongue when they see that their causes are about to be condemned, and spring to insults when they see they are vanquished." 
...

Wise in their own eyes, according to the ancient practice of heretics, they interpret these same Scriptures otherwise than the Holy Spirit demands...

As a result, according to Jerome, "It is no longer the Gospel of Christ, but a man's, or what is worse, the devil's." 
...

These errors have, at the suggestion of the human race, been revived and recently propagated among the more frivolous and the illustrious German nation. ..


In virtue of our pastoral office committed to us by the divine favor we can under no circumstances tolerate or overlook any longer the pernicious poison of the above errors without disgrace to the Christian religion and injury to orthodox faith. Some of these errors we have decided to include in the present document; their substance is as follows: 

(Following are the poisonous heretical lies of that fat, vulgar, violent, Jew-hating, vow-breaking, drunk who loved to tell fart jokes and whom we are going to cover in faux evangelical glory in the not too distant future.  Is this too churlish an attitude towards The Heresiarch, the heretic whom Pope Leo XII, in Quod Apostolic muneris *,  identified as a source of socialism?)

1. It is a heretical opinion, but a common one, that the sacraments of the New Law give pardoning grace to those who do not set up an obstacle. 

2. To deny that in a child after baptism sin remains is to treat with contempt both Paul and Christ. 

3. The inflammable sources of sin, even if there be no actual sin, delay a soul departing from the body from entrance into heaven. 

4. To one on the point of death imperfect charity necessarily brings with it great fear, which in itself alone is enough to produce the punishment of purgatory, and impedes entrance into the kingdom. 

5. That there are three parts to penance: contrition, confession, and satisfaction, has no foundation in Sacred Scripture nor in the ancient sacred Christian doctors. 

6. Contrition, which is acquired through discussion, collection, and detestation of sins, by which one reflects upon his years in the bitterness of his soul, by pondering over the gravity of sins, their number, their baseness, the loss of eternal beatitude, and the acquisition of eternal damnation, this contrition makes him a hypocrite, indeed more a sinner. 

7. It is a most truthful proverb and the doctrine concerning the contritions given thus far is the more remarkable: "Not to do so in the future is the highest penance; the best penance, a new life." 

8. By no means may you presume to confess venial sins, nor even all mortal sins, because it is impossible that you know all mortal sins. Hence in the primitive Church only manifest mortal sins were confessed. 

9. As long as we wish to confess all sins without exception, we are doing nothing else than to wish to leave nothing to God's mercy for pardon. 

10. Sins are not forgiven to anyone, unless when the priest forgives them he believes they are forgiven; on the contrary the sin would remain unless he believed it was forgiven; for indeed the remission of sin and the granting of grace does not suffice, but it is necessary also to believe that there has been forgiveness. 

11. By no means can you have reassurance of being absolved because of your contrition, but because of the word of Christ: "Whatsoever you shall loose, etc." Hence, I say, trust confidently, if you have obtained the absolution of the priest, and firmly believe yourself to have been absolved, and you will truly be absolved, whatever there may be of contrition. 

12. If through an impossibility he who confessed was not contrite, or the priest did not absolve seriously, but in a jocose manner, if nevertheless he believes that he has been absolved, he is most truly absolved. 

13. In the sacrament of penance and the remission of sin the pope or the bishop does no more than the lowest priest; indeed, where there is no priest, any Christian, even if a woman or child, may equally do as much. 

14. No one ought to answer a priest that he is contrite, nor should the priest inquire. 

15. Great is the error of those who approach the sacrament of the Eucharist relying on this, that they have confessed, that they are not conscious of any mortal sin, that they have sent their prayers on ahead and made preparations; all these eat and drink judgment to themselves. But if they believe and trust that they will attain grace, then this faith alone makes them pure and worthy.

16. It seems to have been decided that the Church in common Council established that the laity should communicate under both species; the Bohemians who communicate under both species are not heretics, but schismatics. 

17. The treasures of the Church, from which the pope grants indulgences, are not the merits of Christ and of the saints. 

18. Indulgences are pious frauds of the faithful, and remissions of good works; and they are among the number of those things which are allowed, and not of the number of those which are advantageous. 

19. Indulgences are of no avail to those who truly gain them, for the remission of the penalty due to actual sin in the sight of divine justice. 

20. They are seduced who believe that indulgences are salutary and useful for the fruit of the spirit. 

21. Indulgences are necessary only for public crimes, and are properly conceded only to the harsh and impatient. 

22. For six kinds of men indulgences are neither necessary nor useful; namely, for the dead and those about to die, the infirm, those legitimately hindered, and those who have not committed crimes, and those who have committed crimes, but not public ones, and those who devote themselves to better things.

23. Excommunications are only external penalties and they do not deprive man of the common spiritual prayers of the Church. 

24. Christians must be taught to cherish excommunications rather than to fear them.

25. The Roman Pontiff, the successor of Peter, is not the vicar of Christ over all the churches of the entire world, instituted by Christ Himself in blessed Peter. 

26. The word of Christ to Peter: "Whatsoever you shall loose on earth," etc., is extended merely to those things bound by Peter himself. 

27. It is certain that it is not in the power of the Church or the pope to decide upon the articles of faith, and much less concerning the laws for morals or for good works. 

28. If the pope with a great part of the Church thought so and so, he would not err; still it is not a sin or heresy to think the contrary, especially in a matter not necessary for salvation, until one alternative is condemned and another approved by a general Council. 

29. A way has been made for us for weakening the authority of councils, and for freely contradicting their actions, and judging their decrees, and boldly confessing whatever seems true, whether it has been approved or disapproved by any council whatsoever. 

30. Some articles of John Hus, condemned in the Council of Constance, are most Christian, wholly true and evangelical; these the universal Church could not condemn. 

31. In every good work the just man sins. 

32. A good work done very well is a venial sin. 

33. That heretics be burned is against the will of the Spirit. 

34. To go to war against the Turks is to resist God who punishes our iniquities through them.

35. No one is certain that he is not always sinning mortally, because of the most hidden vice of pride.

36. Free will after sin is a matter of title only; and as long as one does what is in him, one sins mortally. 

37. Purgatory cannot be proved from Sacred Scripture which is in the canon.

38. The souls in purgatory are not sure of their salvation, at least not all; nor is it proved by any arguments or by the Scriptures that they are beyond the state of meriting or of increasing in charity. 

39. The souls in purgatory sin without intermission, as long as they seek rest and abhor punishment. 

40. The souls freed from purgatory by the suffrages of the living are less happy than if they had made satisfactions by themselves. 

41. Ecclesiastical prelates and secular princes would not act badly if they destroyed all of the money bags of beggary. 

No one of sound mind is ignorant how destructive, pernicious, scandalous, and seductive to pious and simple minds these various errors are, how opposed they are to all charity and reverence for the holy Roman Church who is the mother of all the faithful and teacher of the faith; how destructive they are of the vigor of ecclesiastical discipline, namely obedience...

 by the authority of almighty God, the blessed Apostles Peter and Paul, and our own authority, we condemn, reprobate, and reject completely each of these theses or errors as either heretical, scandalous, false, offensive to pious ears or seductive of simple minds, and against Catholic truth. By listing them, we decree and declare that all the faithful of both sexes must regard them as condemned, reprobated, and rejected . . . We restrain all in the virtue of holy obedience and under the penalty of an automatic major excommunication.... 

Moreover, because the preceding errors and many others are contained in the books or writings of Martin Luther, we likewise condemn, reprobate, and reject completely the books and all the writings and sermons of the said Martin, whether in Latin or any other language, containing the said errors or any one of them; and we wish them to be regarded as utterly condemned, reprobated, and rejected. We forbid each and every one of the faithful of either sex, in virtue of holy obedience and under the above penalties to be incurred automatically, to read, assert, preach, praise, print, publish, or defend them. They will incur these penalties if they presume to uphold them in any way, personally or through another or others, directly or indirectly, tacitly or explicitly, publicly or occultly, either in their own homes or in other public or private places. Indeed immediately after the publication of this letter these works, wherever they may be, shall be sought out carefully by the ordinaries and others [ecclesiastics and regulars], and under each and every one of the above penalties shall be burned publicly and solemnly in the presence of the clerics and people

As far as Martin himself is concerned, O good God, what have we overlooked or not done? What fatherly charity have we omitted that we might call him back from such errors? For after we had cited him, wishing to deal more kindly with him, we urged him through various conferences with our legate and through our personal letters to abandon these errors. We have even offered him safe conduct and the money necessary for the journey urging him to come without fear or any misgivings, which perfect charity should cast out, and to talk not secretly but openly and face to face after the example of our Savior and the Apostle Paul...

But he always refused to listen and, despising the previous citation and each and every one of the above overtures, disdained to come. To the present day he has been contumacious. With a hardened spirit he has continued under censure over a year. 

... In vain does he implore the help of a council, since he openly admits that he does not believe in a council. 

Therefore we can, without any further citation or delay, proceed against him to his condemnation and damnation as one whose faith is notoriously suspect and in fact a true heretic with the full severity of each and all of the above penalties and censures. ...

We enjoin, however, on Martin that in the meantime he cease from all preaching or the office of preacher. 
...
Furthermore, all writings which contain some or all of his errors are to be burned


If, however, this Martin, his supporters, adherents and accomplices, much to our regret, should stubbornly not comply with the mentioned stipulations within the mentioned period, we shall, following the teaching of the holy Apostle Paul, who teaches us to avoid a heretic after having admonished him for a first and a second time, condemn this Martin, his supporters, adherents and accomplices as barren vines which are not in Christ, preaching an offensive doctrine contrary to the Christian faith and offend the divine majesty, to the damage and shame of the entire Christian Church, and diminish the keys of the Church as stubborn and public heretics.

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What about the warnings to the faithful not to praise the wild boar but to burn his writings?

Ecumenism is the Universal Solvent of Tradition and it's for the birds







*. But the boldness of these bad men, which day by day more and more threatens civil society with destruction, and strikes the souls of all with anxiety and fear, finds its cause and origin in those poisonous doctrines which, spread abroad in former times among the people, like evil seed bore in due time such fatal fruit. For you know, venerable brethren, that that most deadly war which from the sixteenth century down has been waged by innovators against the Catholic faith, and which has grown in intensity up to today, had for its object to subvert all revelation, and overthrow the supernatural order, that thus the way might be opened for the discoveries, or rather the hallucinations, of reason alone. This kind of error, which falsely usurps to itself the name of reason, as it lures and whets the natural appetite that is in man of excelling, and gives loose rein to unlawful desires of every kind, has easily penetrated not only the minds of a great multitude of men but to a wide extent civil society, also. Hence, by a new species of impiety, unheard of even among the heathen nations, states have been constituted without any count at all of God or of the order established by him; it has been given out that public authority neither derives its principles, nor its majesty, nor its power of governing from God, but rather from the multitude, which, thinking itself absolved from all divine sanction, bows only to such laws as it shall have made at its own will. The supernatural truths of faith having been assailed and cast out as though hostile to reason, the very Author and Redeemer of the human race has been slowly and little by little banished from the universities, the lyceums and gymnasia-in a word, from every public institution. In fine, the rewards and punishments of a future and eternal life having been handed over to oblivion, the ardent desire of happiness has been limited to the bounds of the present. Such doctrines as these having been scattered far and wide, so great a license of thought and action having sprung up on all sides, it is no matter for surprise that men of the lowest class, weary of their wretched home or workshop, are eager to attack the homes and fortunes of the rich; it is no matter for surprise that already there exists no sense of security either in public or private life, and that the human race should have advanced to the very verge of final dissolution.