Why Crucifixes Not Crosses?
Why Catholics have Crucifixes in their church? What’s wrong with them don’t they know that Christ has been Resurrected.
by Daniel E. Mayne, Sr., MA | Source: www.saintpaulministries.net
Some churches don’t display a crucifix, instead they display a cross. To them a cross is a symbol that they serve the Resurrected Christ, a Christ who is no longer bound by the cross. In a number of St. Paul’s writings he explains the power found in the crucifix which isn’t found in a cross. Let’s take a look at the Catholic Churches Biblical position.
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||Published by: Merrell Young
|Date: 2011-05-14 12:43:01
|The message is great, the deliverance "turned me OFF!" Felt like the teacher was really talking down to us.
Too much inflection, not enough evangel! Orate fratres! Pax et bonum!
||Published by: RCK
|Date: 2011-01-08 00:14:51
|This was as good as I have heard on the subject.