Fifth reposting of this ‘Forbidden’ page

The first time this was posted, the link you just clicked brought this up:


You don't have permission to access [see blue graphic below with web address] on this server.

It was unable'' again to view when we posted it with changes to the web address.


You don't have permission to access [see blue graphic below with web address] on this server.

Another attempt and  again it was 'unable’ to be viewed.


You don't have permission to access [see blue graphic below with web address] on this server.

On the 4th re-posting of this page the program crashed….

Apparently, at the time this was posted, if the web address (shown in the blue box below) is typed anywhere on the page - the whole page will be ‘unable’ to be viewed.

The editors of  [see blue graphic above with web address]/MaryOnline, a Roman Catholic website, stated in December, 2003:

"The challenge issued by Rome over 100 years ago remains:

Either the Catholic Church is right, or the Seventh-day Adventists are right. There can be no other choice. And if one choose neither, then the whole doctrine of Sola Scriptura collapses, and with it, the pillar upon which all of Protestantism stands.

The article continues:

What one has left is an invented religion, an invented God, and an invented set of beliefs that suits man’s purpose and not the Creator’s. Like Satan and Luther before them, Protestants have spoken the creed. In action and in thought, if not in word. “I Will Not Serve…” 

(The paragraphs above were removed from their site several years ago.)

"The [Roman Catholic] Church changed the observance of the Sabbath to Sunday  by right of the divine, infallible authority given to her by her founder, Jesus Christ. The Protestant claiming the Bible to be the only guide of faith, has no warrant for observing Sunday. In this matter the Seventh-day Adventist is the only consistent Protestant."-The Catholic Universe Bulletin, August 14, 1942, p. 4

Well, that's pretty straightforward…the Roman Catholic Church published it.

So the question remains - Are you a  fundamentalist?

HERE is another quote from the Roman Catholic Church 

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