Fourth Lateran Council and Host Desecration (This Week in Jewish History) Dr. Henry Abramson



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The Fourth Lateran Council, which met in 1215 at the behest of Pope Innocent III, issued several pieces of Church legislation with dire implications for Jews. The doctrine of transubstantiation was confirmed, leading to a new element in antisemitic canards: accusations that Jews “desecrated the host.”

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  1. Please dont say "Christians" when referring to Roman Catholics. Roman Catholics are pagans worshiping the Antichrist. Christians are those who accept the doctrines of the apostles as recorded in the in the New Testament (and prefigured in the Old Testament) without the addition of ANY extrabiblical traditions, superstitious rites, necromancy, or other idolatry. Also, Christians do not have priests, nor do we recognize a "vicar" of Christ, for Christ himself is the head of our Church. The Pope is the vicar of the Antichrist.

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