For several weeks now pictures have been floating around on news and web conspiracy sites about speculation that a cross and remains of a structure have been seen on Mars. The fact that Bitter Bob, a certified false prophet, is searching conspiracy sites for his "religious" articles proves what a charlatan he is.
Anyone in their right mind knows that a cross would never be on Mars. But then, there's doubly blessed Bitter Bob who in his hatred of the cross and that dude he never discusses in any of his articles or web stories has to use the story as an attack on the cross. If ever there was enmity between Jesus and a COG leader it is has to be the cross.
So what is so evil about this non-cross on the desolate plains of Mars that has the prophet's knickers all in a wad? Some Christians might use it as a tool of unification between Protestants and Catholics. Say WHAT??????? Who's brain can imagine such absolute stupidity other than an entrenched Armstrongite?
The first is that it may have ecumenical and interfaith appeal. It may be that those that do may consider the Mars’ ‘cross ‘ (presuming it is not a shadow or something) as proof of its ‘universal’ nature. This may encourage some to embrace the interfaith and ecumenical agendas that the Church of Rome is promoting. Especially if the Vatican ever accepts the possible existence of this Mars’ cross as valid.
The second is that Catholic prophecy indicates that a cross will be used as a way to separate its supporters from others in the future.Then in his outraged bitterness he makes this absurd comment:
The Bible is opposed to the idea of ‘holy relics’ like crosses. Here is one admonition from the Apostle John:
21 Little children, keep yourselves from idols (1 John 5:21).John is no more talking about the cross than he is the Easter bunny. What Bitter Bob, Meredith, Pack, Flurry and Kubik ignore when they push Jesus to the sidelines in favor of the law, is grace.
That cross is a metaphor for radical grace. Radical grace in Armstrongism has been bastardized into wanton licentiousness through its reinterpretation of it. A Christian believes that through it, what ever has separated us from God has been taken away. Wiped clean. Something the law, sabbath keeping, kosher eating and holy day keeping cannot do.