Tron Sądu Jezusa Chrystusa – Leonard Revenhill

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  1. segenswege said,

    Listopad 16, 2011 @ 10:32 pm

    Dzien dobry!

    I just found your Blog while I was searching for the Pilgrims Progress. I really appreciate Leonard Ravenhills message of holiness and a pure heart. It once convicted me from lukewarm Christianity – and praised be the LORD – I could repent.
    I am just curious – you are from Poland, aren`t you- but I never expected that there were other denominations in Poland except the Catholic Church, a few protestants and -as far as I know an Anabaptist Mission.

    May God bless you as you consider his word!
    Carolin

  2. Gustaw said,

    Listopad 18, 2011 @ 6:35 pm

    @Segenswege

    There are much more denominations in Poland than you think, SEGENSWEGE. Unfortunately, the dominant church is the Catholic church and it shows its power every day – bishops are everywhere, esp. in politics. The second greatest church in Poland is the Orthodox church. But there are relatively many protestant churches as well, including Baptists, Methodists, Adventists, Lutherans and numerous small Evengelical churches. Of course, not as many as in the U.S.

    In the 16th century (1555) protestant MPs dominated the Polish parliament and the king was (not openly) in favour of the Reformation. The national protestant church was to be created and John Calvin, Philip Melanchton and Joannes a Lasco (Polish protestant) were to prepare its constitutions and credo.

    Unfortunately, owing to war the council was postponed and after the war it never took place. Stil worse, in 1564 the Jesuits were brought to Poland and they educated most of the young people in Poland.

    In 1655-56 the followers of Arianism (both pro- and antitrinitarian) were thrown out of Poland – and they were the most luminary Polish protetants: they understood what tolerance is and some od their social and educational concepts were introduced only in 20th century.

    Curiously enough, the Catholic church says there are some 93 or 97 percent of catholics in the country, but it’s not true; some people are atheists and the rest, protestants or members of other religions. Still, all non-catholics who once were catholics are counted as if they were still catholics. Hence the high percentage.

    That’s, in a nutshell, how it is.

    God bless you, whoever you are:)
    menetekelfares@wp.pl


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