The Pain

In addition Paul cannot be undone, from night to morning, the concept of God that is engraved: the powerful and angry, God the God that puts rigorous tests and that in moments of passion can destroy his creation, the God who is offended and punishes within this conception the sacrifice of Christ becomes a kind of symbolic punishment for all men: not to achieve salvation through faith, nor of love that Christ intended but through the pain and suffering that he had to suffer on the cross. for our sins, the cross is a reminder of that suffering, all the weight of all the sins of the world were elevated to the cross with Christ and hence were left hanging, so that we never forget them and bring them hung around the neck and tied to the heart wrapped in shame. All the Christian building construction passes through the spiritual concepts of Pablo and there is no way to circumvent the commitments that such reality face when the new Church; more even, with the passing of the years and the gradual growth and consolidation of the power of the Christian religion will have been adding problems and political and economic considerations that inevitably ended up by Leach and contaminate the spiritual content of the teachings of Christ. Efforts to validate and consolidate the power of those appointed by Pablo and his successors, the effort to deviate from these positions of power to reformers that would have ended by subverting the purpose of the designer, the need for chaining the faithful to the dictates of an inaccessible authority, increasingly more like the God representing: even today, for example, valid is the concept of infallibility of the Pope: the Pope does not fail or are never wrong is perhaps not human? another example: until relatively recently the masses were sung in latin, a dead language used almost exclusively by the Church, on the understanding that if your as believer do not understand the meaning of the liturgy you can not steal you from her and will always need the priest in his function of vehicle through which you enter in contact with the divinity, or putting the dogmatization without appeal of essential spiritual and moral concepts like reference interpretations of church leaders and not to Christ as original source are some of the consequences of the lack of breadth that makes up the legacy of Pablo and his concept of religion as a form of institutionalized power.