The Joongang Daily News published an article on December 17, 2011 which listed a series of questions the late founder of the Samsung Group, Lee Byungcheol, asked about religion. The bold-print, front-page article has since been drawing a lot of attention around Korea because Mr. Lee directed his 24 questions about religion to a catholic priest a month before he passed.
The world is paying careful attention, not only because the questions were asked by one of the top leaders in the global economy, but also because no one has been able to properly answer them for the last twenty-four years.
The following article provides clear and definitive answers to Lee’s 24 questions about religion. It has been 24 years since these questions were asked, but the answers are finally being proclaimed to the public. Now, the people of the world can find the truth they have been seeking.
13. If the purpose of religion is to help people live morally, then why do Catholics consider their religion as the only true religion and other religions as cults?
NOTES on the Below Article:
John 3 is an example of how even thought they had God’s word they had to be born again.
Everything prior to Jesus’ first coming (in the Old Testament) was simply a promise made by God, once God sent Jesus, and Jesus came and fulfilled those promises they became truth and evidence of God as well as that Jesus was God’s promised son. Today we need to be born again as well, of the seed = word = truth… Truth today is the fulfilment of all that Jesus promised in the New Testament.
Heresy and cults:
- from the Christian perspective = doesn’t follow Jesus, but follows another word apart from God’s.
- from the Secular perspective = a group smaller than 150 000 people following someone who is still alive.
Answer: Whether a person is Catholic or of another religion, if this person is not born again, he is in a cult. It is written in the Bible that this kind of situation will exist at the Lord’s Second Coming. People who are born with the genes of Adam (those with original sin and increasing amounts of hereditary and personal sins) are all the same. Their seed is a physical seed, which is without the holy spirit, and the seed of the heavenly gospel is God’s seed (Lk 8:11). Anyone who is born again through God’s seed will have his sins atoned for by Jesus’ blood.