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Published on May 14, 2012
Based upon standard Roman Catholic Theology, particularly that which pertains to the establishment and authority of Christ's own Church, as documented in the standard Theological handbook, Dogmatic Theology, Volume 2, Christ's Church, by Msgr. G. Van Noort Part 6: Pages 11 - 13, Distinction between the Church and the Synagogue; Church is visible since Christ so instituted it. Church was distinct from the Synagogue from the outset, and so cannot be claimed to have come from it. After some period of respect for the newly-deceased Law of Moses, keeping it was not at first condemned, but in time keeping it became lethal. (Griff comments: Not that the non-ceremonial aspects of the Law were in themselves harmful, but that "obeying" them as though that Law had not been abrogated by the Gospel is a lethal denial of the work of Christ.) The Church has to be visible, which is to say (among other things) that one can tell who is a part of it and who is not. Note: Comments intended for the series as a whole please affix to Part 1 of this series at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43J639... and comments intended to refer to this Part please affix to the indivual part.