King Henry VIII wants a Divorce. The Church says “No.” King Henry VIII makes himself head of Church and State. All power is centralized under one man, and various abuses happen. The American Nation is born years later, and they have a separation of Church and State. The concept and its history assume that certain issues and authority over those issues belong to the State, and certain issues belong to the Church. Marriage and divorce is an issues that belongs to the Church. No secular judge is King Henry VIII. He has no authority to marry or divorce. God has law. The Church has law. Secular law is not higher.
Luciferianism is the belief that God of The Bible is basically evil, and that Lucifer is light. There is a religious and non-religious element to it. Secular Humanism is Luciferian. It is a belief that man can build a future and a better world outside of God. That man has a better way. It is man worshiping himself.
Most governments have adopted Secular Humanism as their religion and is the center of their value system. Religion has certain elements to it, and Secular Humanism has tenets that work to fill the void of religion. Decision making is governed by Values. A Christian law makers fruit and decision making should be good and reflect his Christian values and The Bible. Someone who is Luciferian you can tell by their fruit. They have different values and you can see it in their decision making.
The Catholic Church say there is no divorce. The Catholic Church has its own system of laws to govern the issues important to the Catholic Church. The Secular and Worldly State Government jumps across the wall of separation of Church and State. They start marrying people and creating rules for Divorce. The state creates a Luciferian Church. This creates problems and issues. Given the State is in its proper place, then there are no divorced Catholics. No secular judge has a right to rule on someone’s marriage. It doesn’t matter if they were Catholic or Protestant.
I am aware of God’s law. I met a divorced Catholic the other day. She attends Church and talks positively about her Faith, but she doesn’t seem to really know who God is, and seems to want to do what she wants. Faith to her is important as far as it is easy, and all she has to do is show up to Church on Sunday.
If the Catholic Church is a mother, and the state is like dad, she ran to dad, and uses that state to play against Church. Because of the state of sin she is in, she adopted false beliefs and idols. (Ezekiel 14:3) It blinds her to God and is a wall in her path to growing in Faith. This is an issue to me. I know who God is. He chastises and rebukes those he loves. He has a mighty thumos, and he does not like sin. Be angry and sin not.
This is something that has been on my mind and I wanted to see what other people see.