Church must speak up against critics

05:02 AM January 07, 2019

Now it’s the Trinitarian doctrine that is under attack, as it always has been.

Is this not too much? If this goes unchecked, it can hurt the faith of the members of the Church.


The Church must speak out strongly in accord with the Church’s teaching of prophetic criticism.

It may not be a popular opinion for the Church to speak against Her critics, but we have to remember that the Church is never called to popularity but to faithfulness.


I guess for the Church to be silent is sinful and scandalous.

I believe the Church remains to be the voice of God — the true essence of the Church which Jesus founded. It is for Her to rise up in protest and speak against those who wantonly criticize the Gospel values and Her teachings

Marikina City,
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