Diodoro
Come è brutto essere uomini per tutte le stagioni!
Dio sorride sempre? L' Amore è Arcobaleno o è virile?
Fernanda Dellucci shares this
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Il vescovo conservatore statunitense Barron afferma che Dio ha punito/licenziato il suo profeta Eliah per essere stato troppo duro con i sacerdoti di Baal. Benvenuti nella Chiesa ecumenica di Pachamama.
Giorgio Tonini
Elia fu fin troppo buono. 1) Bisognerebbe chiedere ai sacerdoti di Baal cosa avrebbero fatto ad Elia. 2) Quanti sacrifici umani loro stessi effettuarono a Baal. 3) Così, dopo la sfida persa, non ebbero più modo di sacrificare nessuno 4) Lieto finale della storia, e che il bishop non rompa più i marroni.
ildebrando di soana
Forse dovrebbe leggere attentamente il testo biblico, con un buon commentario e qualche articolo....
Chat Chartreux
Looks like he found a way to offend both Jews and Catholics. Isn't Elijah the one the Jews keep a place for at their Passover table?
la verdad prevalece
The Scripture warns against those who exchange the Truth for a lie and instead of being wise became Fools. Bishop Barron Praises Homosex Activist James Martin As A "Winsome Guide" Saint Paul warns that those who adore the Creature instead of adoring the Creator have perverse minds and fall into the vice of homosexuality.
la verdad prevalece
The Word of God itself contradicts the heretical interpretation of the heresiarch Robert Barron because Elijah's successor, that is, Elisha, is commissioned by God himself to assassinate the worshipers of Baal by Sword.
1 Kings 19:14-18
Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition
14 With zeal have I been zealous for the Lord God of hosts: because the children of Israel have forsaken thy covenant: they …More
The Word of God itself contradicts the heretical interpretation of the heresiarch Robert Barron because Elijah's successor, that is, Elisha, is commissioned by God himself to assassinate the worshipers of Baal by Sword.
1 Kings 19:14-18

Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition

14 With zeal have I been zealous for the Lord God of hosts: because the children of Israel have forsaken thy covenant: they have destroyed thy altars, they have slain thy prophets with the sword, and I alone am left, and they seek my life to take it away.

15 And the Lord said to him: Go, and return on thy way through the desert to Damascus: and when thou art come thither, thou shalt anoint Hazael to be king over Syria.

16 And thou shalt anoint Jehu the son of Namsi to be king over Israel: and Eliseus the son of Saphat, of Abelmeula, thou shalt anoint to be prophet in thy room.

17 And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall escape the sword of Hazael, shall be slain by Jehu: and whosoever shall escape the sword of Jehu, shall be slain by Eliseus.

18 And I will leave me seven thousand men in Israel, whose knees have not been bowed before Baal, and every mouth that hath not worshipped him kissing the hands.
Carlos Santos
Elijah kind of has a very important task. Don't worry, he'll soon be back!
Jeffrey Ade
Soon, how soon?
Carlos Santos
In historical terms probably soon, in human terms, not soon enough. Closer to his return than leaving IMHO.
Sally Dorman shares this
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That's the same Bishop Barron who told Ben Shapiro that Jesus Christ is merely the 'privileged route' to salvation.
Carlos Santos
@Sally Dorman I used to really enjoy Ben Shapiro right up to the day and during his coverage when Notre Dame was burning and he used the horrific ordeal to crap on Catholics. I haven't given him a second thought since.
When challenged by Shapiro, Barron just folded like a cheap suit.More
@Sally Dorman I used to really enjoy Ben Shapiro right up to the day and during his coverage when Notre Dame was burning and he used the horrific ordeal to crap on Catholics. I haven't given him a second thought since.

When challenged by Shapiro, Barron just folded like a cheap suit.
Sally Dorman
Comment found online: Saying Elijah was "fired" by God for being too violent with Baal-worshippers is horrific modernist exegesis. It's the same disease as woke critics of the past: we apply our man-made modern standards to condemn previous generations.
DefendTruth
Elijah wasn’t Ecumenical…and so God fired him? What?
la verdad prevalece
Saint Peter writes in the Second Letter that the ignorant and unstable twist the Scripture to their own perdition.
John A Cassani
His story reads a lot more like being granted a well deserved retirement by God, rather than a firing, if we must frame it in modern terms. He actually had plenty more work to do after slaying the prophets of Baal. Sounds like Bp. Barron is becoming the NY Times editorial board of scriptural interpretation.
Malki Tzedek
Well, it appears someone needs to be 'fired' and it isn't Elijah. That meeting on Mount Tabor wasn't Jesus connecting with dismissed employees. It appears Word on Fire may have to rename itself (In a) Word You're Fired.
aderito
I think this bishop likes to hear himself talk .not a favourite of mine
Strong and Steadfast
What??? Bishop Barron, please return to God. This is not following Catholic instruction or interpretation of the Bible. Please pick up a Catholic Bible and read it.
The New Knights Templar
He's slowly becoming bolder and less Catholic as time goes on. Considering everything, including possibly being butt bumper, I think he's officially on the Francis list.
Maggie212
Elijah, one of the greatest prophets of God Almighty, is "fired" by this Bishop arrogantly believing he is acting under God's instructions? Hubris is not pretty.
Carlos Santos
Where is his contingent of bodybuilders....?
St Corbinian's Bear
Yeah, and Bishop may think St. Elijah in the unemployment line on Mt. Tabor 🤭