Which Church Would Jesus Choose?

Clearly the person who accepts the Church as an infallible guide will believe whatever the Church teaches.

Thomas Aquinas

Let’s pretend that you have a choice in choosing your own Christian denomination (45,000+ in the world). You visit several different churches throughout the year and make an informed decision as to which one just might lead you down that narrow path to eternal life. You agree with all of their doctrines (99 essential) and they’re using the correct version (there are many) of the Bible. You enjoy the people and the clergy. They teach and follow the Ten Commandments if that’s your thing. And they basically tick off all of your checkboxes of what you want from a church. You have chosen from thousands of Christian denominations, a church that you believe will make you Christian enough to meet Jesus’ commands (about 49 commands). Choose carefully because Jesus says that only a “few” will enter this narrow gate. What is the truth? What is fake news? Your choice!

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2 thoughts on “Which Church Would Jesus Choose?

  1. If I could choose a denomiation, I would choose The Ancient Assyrian Christadelphian Jacobite Coptic Montenegrin Church of the East, which is a newly formed denomination, formed about five minutes ago. We agree with all the doctrines, with the exception that Jesus was not the sacrificial Lamb of God, but that she was the sacrificial Ewe of God,🐑 , whose Crucifixion (an adult female sheep on a cross) took away all sins “once and for all!” And now that all sins have been eradicated, at this moment there is no need for a christian religion any more!!

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