Saturday, December 28, 2019

The Great Apostasy of General Conference of 7th Day Adventist (SDA) Church Confessed to Roman Catholic Church on 31st October 2017-840=1177,1847+1177=3024,3024-1000= 15th October 2024,01:59'a.m the 7th plague and 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ.Please share.

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Please Worldwide Online visitors to this page, after reading this Article please warn yourself, and go to Tell a friend to Tell an other Friend that Our best Friend our Holy King Our savior SON of MAN SON of Almighty God Jesus Christ our Messiah that He has revealed His Time to come back the 15th October 2024  to take Us to Our reserved Home the Heavenly Canaan and helping Us to leave this corrupted Earth led by Roman Catholic Pontifex Maximus Pope Francis and His All Protestants, Pagan, Catholic , UN and USA Jesuits and all His  Allies who are gathering all their forces together to come to their final battle with Jesus Christ from February 2021 preparing to Kill all True Protestants whose 7th Day Sabbath is sealed on their foreheads, those who can never betray their Lord Jesus Christ by accepting to Obey Laudato SI' s SUN-DAY LAND LAWS set to Combat Climate Change by United Nations(UN) and all Worldwide nations' Governments Leaders and with those 177 strongest Worldwide Business Leaders, until they decide to Kills innocents Almighty God's True 7th Day Sabbath Keepers Saints which will become the final Sin for this Deteriorating Earth and its SUN-DAY Allies to be killed all by 7 plagues from 7th February 2024 to 15th October 2024, as there will be none of these supporters of Pope Francis's Laudato SI' SUN-DAY LAND LAWS, None of them will Remain alive on 15th October 2024, 01:59'. Wait and See.
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1.The Year of birth of Jesus Christ"0 A.D"
Jesus Christ was born in Year 0 AD, and From 0 AD to Year 430 AD was the end of freedom of Christian liberty under the initial church of Christianity, and this Year 0 AD became the Year of birth of the Current SON of MAN and King of the 7th Day Holy Sabbath  of Revelation 17:14 whose Saints' Priesthood Number is 144000 Sealed and Promised to be communicated the exact Date , Time and Hour of 2nd Coming of their Lord King before to receive the Latter Rain and before the enforcement of International Sunday Law.Early Writings, 1st Vision of Ellen GWhite..
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2.The Year of birth of Pontifex Maximus Papacy"340 A.D"
In the Year 340 AD, the death of Emperor Constantine II marked the transition of the Roman Emperor's Military Power of the Title Pontifex Maximus from the Roman emperor's Military perspective to the Priesthood based Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church to become the Church and State Papacy led by the POPE , and this Year 340 AD became the Year of birth of the Current Beast of revelation 13:18 whose Number is 666.

NB: Happy 7th Day Holy Sabbaths in all days to come 22/10/2020-15/10/2024-22/10/3024. 
Dear SDA&NonSDA Jesus Christ is coming very very soon, on 15th October, 2024 : 
I send You these three Links as Warning please read,repent and share at least to 7 people you love, family members, neighbors and on social medias: 
Link:1)http://www.africanunionsc.org/2020/01/the-great-controversy-application-in.html?m=1 
Link:2)http://www.africanunionsc.org/2020/01/22102020-probation-close-like-noahs.html?m=1 
Link:3)http://www.africanunionsc.org/2019/12/great-apostasy-of-general-conference-of.html
Time is over! It is Over! Sunday Law comes initiated from United States of America(USA) to be spread to all Nations worldwide, Causing 7 plagues and from Sunday Law enactment in USA  it will soon be Over in only 3years 8 months and 15 days to be Over !!!Please repent, repent, repent!!

"SABBATH OBSERVANCE"

    A short time ago this staid city of London experienced a tempest in a teapot over Sabbath observance. It was proposed to allow the children to use the municipal swimming pool during the sweltering weather we were then having. Immediately there was a ministerial chorus of protest. One reverend Boanerges valiantly declared that they would not rest until they had routed "the hosts of hell." Presumably he saw in apocalyptic vision the infernal armies lined up behind His Worship the Mayor and others in their impious assault on the sanctity of "the Sabbath."
    Imagine the consternation in the ministerial association and the jubilation amongst the hosts of hell when they read in the London Free Press of this dastardly flank attack on their citadel of sabbatarianism:
    "That Sabbath observance in the strict sense of the law of Israel, whether on the traditional or any seventh day, is no concern of the Christian, was the assertion of Rev. J. Marion Smith, of Emmanuel Baptist Church, Toronto, in his evening sermon yesterday at the Talbot Street Baptist Church."
    And this under a two-column heading: "Sabbath Observance Not Any Part of Man's Duty as a Christian!" True, Mr. Smith was speaking to the "interogative subject," "Can a Saved Man Be Lost?" That is quite a big subject in itself; but we shall take first his pronouncement on the Sabbath, which evidently struck the reporter and the city editor as the more sensational if not the more important part of the sermon. The report of the Free Press Continues:
    "Quoting St. Paul, he declares that making any point of the old Mosaic law a test of righteousness is to accept the full burden of the rules, rituals and customs enjoined by Moses.
    " 'In Toronto, for instance', he said, 'there are many who make a great point of Sabbath observance. I do not consider it any part of my duty as a Christian to observe the Sabbath. When Christ came the old law was fulfilled and done away with. Christ was the only being, as a human, who could and did observe the whole law. Of course, as a Christian I observe certain rules of conduct and habit. But that is the matter of personal purity.' "
    It will be noted that the last paragraph purports to quote the very words of the preacher.
    To the Toronto Star the Rev. Mr. Smith gave an explanatory interview which, though it may tend to allay Sabbatarian indignation, does not claim that he was misreported; indeed he further emphasizes the fact that the Jewish Sabbath and Christian Sunday are quite distinct and separate institutions.
    We quote from The Star:
    "The Jewish Sabbath is not Sunday, the Lord's Day. Christians are all wrong in speaking of the Sabbath as Sunday." said Mr. Smith. "The Sabbath is not binding upon a Christian as a means of justification from sin," he went on. "The keeping of Sunday, the Lord's day, is quite a different matter, and springs not from any obligation to the Jewish Law, but is the ready response from the heart of the Christian who observes Sunday as a day set aside for worship and rest. This observance is one of the highest privileges of mankind, and it is only reasonable that one-seventh of a man's time should be devoted to special worship and spiritual refreshment."
    And further to mollify the critics he added in conclusion:
    "One of the greatest blessings of Canada had been due to the strict observance of the Lord's Day. To throw Sunday wide open would be to paralyze much good that is now accomplished and to throw unlimited temptation before the young life of our boys and girls."
    The ministers of London who criticize Mr. Smith's sermon left the real crux of the question untouched. And that is not surprising, for on Protestant principles there is no possible explanation of the substitution of the Christian Sunday for the Jewish Sabbath; for this plain abrogation of the express commandment of God as recorded in the Bible.
    Protestants reject Divine Tradition, the Unwritten Word, which Catholics accept as of equal authority with the Written Word, the Bible. The Divine authority given by Christ to the Church to teach in His name, to bind and loose, Protestants deny. For them - and it is their boast - the Bible and the Bible alone has Divine authority.
    Now in the matter of Sabbath observance the Protestant rule of Faith is utterly unable to explain the substitution of the Christian Sunday for the Jewish Saturday. It has been changed. The Bible still teaches that the Sabbath or Saturday should be kept holy. There is no authority in the New Testament for the substitution of Sunday for Saturday. Surely it is an important matter. It stands there in the Bible as one of the Ten Commandments of God. There is no authority in the Bible for abrogating this Commandment, or for transferring its observance to another day of the week.
    For Catholics it is not the slightest difficulty. "All power is given Me in heaven and on earth; as the Father sent Me so I also send you," said our Divine Lord in giving His tremendous commission to His Apostles. "He that heareth you heareth Me." We have in the authoritative voice of the Church the voice of Christ Himself. The Church is above the Bible; and this transference of Sabbath observance from Saturday to Sunday is proof positive of that fact. Deny the authority of the Church and you have no adequate or reasonable explanation or justification for the substitution of Sunday for Saturday in the Third - Protestant Fourth - Commandment of God. As the Rev. Mr. Smith rightly points out: "The Jewish Sabbath is not Sunday, the Lord's Day. Christians are all wrong in speaking of the Sabbath as Sunday." The Christians who so speak are "Bible Christians," those who make the Bible the sole rule of Faith; and the Bible is silent on Sunday observance, it speaks only of Sabbath observance. The Lord's Day - Dies Dominica - is the term used always in the Missal and the Breviary. It occurs in the Bible once (Apoc. 1.10;) in Acts xx. 7 and 1 Cor. xvi., 2 there is a reference to "the first day of the week;" but in none of these is there the remotest intimation that henceforth the first day is to take the place of the seventh. That is the crux of the whole question, what authority does the Bible give for the change? And that difficulty Mr. Smith and his critics, though pious and effusive and vaguely eloquent about many things, have each and all sedulously evaded.
    If affects very materially and very intimately the question of the proper observance of the Lord's Day.
    In the first centuries the obligation of rest from work remained somewhat indefinite. The Council of Laodicea, held at the end of the fourth century, was content to prescribe that on the Lord's Day the faithful were to abstain from work as far as possible. At the beginning of the sixth century St. Cesarius and others showed an inclination - very familiar to us - to apply the law of the Jewish Sabbath to the Christian Sunday. But the Council of Orleans in 538 reprobated this tendency as Jewish and non-Christian.
    Thus by the same Divine authority, in virtue of which she did away with the Jewish Sabbath and substituted therefor the Christian Sunday, the Catholic Church legislated as to how the Lord's Day should be observed.
    Due to the exaggerated importance given the Bible after the Reformation and to the influence of Puritanism, the Lord's Day in England and still more in Scotland began to take on all the rigorism of the Jewish Sabbath. That heritage, though somewhat softened, we still have with us. A game of ball where participants and spectators enjoy health-giving rest and recreation in the open air is "desecration of the Sabbath." The swimming pool controversy is another good example.    We would not be misunderstood. With much of the activity of the Sabbatarians we are in sympathy. Their insistence on a day of rest being given all workers is admirable. But their muddle-headed confusion of the Lord's Day with the Jewish Sabbath - against which the Rev. Mr. Smith so vigorously protests - finds no sympathy amongst the Catholics who receive the Lord's Day itself as well as its mode of observance from the Church and not from the Bible.     It might serve a good purpose if the Sabbatarians would meditate on Mark ii, 23-28.     "And it came to pass again, as the Lord walked through the cornfields on the sabbath, that his disciples began to go forward and pluck the ears of corn. And the Pharisees said to Him: Behold why do they on the sabbath-day that which is not lawful?     "And He said to them: Have you never read what David did, when he had need, and was hungry himself and they that were with them? How he went into the house of God under Abiathar the high-priest and did eat the loaves of proposition which was not lawful to eat but for the priests, and gave to them who were with him?     "And He said unto them: The sabbath was made for man, not man for the sabbath."     That is the great principle that is forgotten under the damnosa hereditas of Puritanical sabbatarianism.     Our Divine Lord observed the Sabbath; but by word and deed he set Himself against the absurd rigorism that made man the slave of the day.     The train of thought and discussion set in motion by the Rev. Mr. Smith if followed up to its logical conclusion should serve a very good and very practical purpose.


The above article was published in the Saturday, September 1st, 1923 edition of The Catholic Record of London, Ontario, Canada, Volume XLV, #2342 and appeared on page 4. As the author of the article was not indicated, it is assumed to have been written by one of the editors. The boldfacing of the one sentence above was my own emphasis, and not that of the author. A facsimile of that portion of the article. The full scanned page is available on the Sources page. The following information appeared on the same page as the article:
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14. ... Catholic doctrine, as authoritatively proposed by the Church, should be held as the supreme law; for, seeing that the same God is the author both of the Sacred Books and of the doctrine committed to the Church, it is clearly impossible that any teaching can by legitimate means be extracted from the former, which shall in any respect be at variance with the latter. Hence it follows that all interpretation is foolish and false which either makes the sacred writers disagree one with another, or is opposed to the doctrine of the Church.
PROVIDENTISSIMUS DEUS, (On the Study of Holy Scripture), Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII dated November 18th, 1893.

As we know, the Sacred Scriptures are the written testimony of the divine word, the canonical memorial that testifies to the event of Revelation. The Word of God therefore precedes and exceeds the Bible. This is why our faith is not only centred on a book but on a history of salvation and above all on a Person, Jesus Christ, the Word of God made flesh. Precisely because the horizon of the divine word embraces and extends beyond Scripture, to understand it adequately the constant presence of the Holy Spirit is necessary, who “will guide you into all the truth” (Jn 16:13). We must put ourselves in line with the great Tradition which, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and of the Magisterium, recognized the canonical writings as a word which God addressed to his People and never ceased to meditate on them and to discover their inexhaustible riches.
It follows that the exegete must be attentive to perceiving the word of God present in the biblical texts, fitting them into the Church's faith itself. The interpretation of the Sacred Scriptures cannot only be an individual scientific effort. Rather, it must always be confronted, inserted and authenticated by the living Tradition of the Church. —  Pope Francis to the Pontifical Biblical Commission, April 12, 2013.


3.The Year of birth of last days Jesus Christ's Church"1517 A.D"
In the Year 1517 AD, Martin Luther has preached the 1st gospel of being saved from sins by justification through faith of Jesus Christ only not by indulgence. Following the voice heard   by Martin Luther instructing Him to never again follow the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church , He began the reformation movement that led to the birth of the 1st vision of Ellen G.White which revealed the role of the 7th Day Holy Sabbath in Sealing the Saints of Almighty God who were given the current mission of Jesus Christ towards proclaiming the 3rd Angel's Message assigned only to the 7th Day Adventist Church in order to bring the people of Almighty God from the falling Roman Catholic Church's False teachings of freedom in breaking the 10 commandments of Almighty God including the 4th Commandment that warn the humanity to keep the 7th Day Sabbath Holy.

THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  NOT ONLY CREATED JESUITS PRIESTS TO KILL ,ALSO CREATED A SATANIC PRIEST WHO DEVELOPED A SPIRIT OF SAVING THE COMMON GOOD ON THE FINAL COST OF DEATH PENALTY!!!!!!!!:

St Thomas Aquinas!!!!! 
This Roman Catholic Church Priest "Thomas Aquinas" is considered one of the Catholic Church's greatest theologians and philosophers. Pope Benedict XV declared: "This (Dominican) Order ... acquired new luster when the Church declared the teaching of Thomas to be her own and that Doctor, honored with the special praises of the Pontiffs, the master and patron of Catholic schools."[17] The English philosopher Anthony Kenny considers Thomas to be "one of the dozen greatest philosophers of the western world".[18]
Quoted from St Thomas Aquinas Articles{Yet St Thomas Aquinas quite definitely considers those with public authority to be a different case. In a previous article, he states the reason for this exception:It is lawful for any private individual to do anything for the common good, provided it harm nobody: but if it be harmful to some other, it cannot be done, except by virtue of the judgment of the person to whom it pertains to decide what is to be taken from the parts for the welfare of the whole.75Those like Brugger who fail to distinguish between what is morally required of and permitted to a private person, and what is morally required of and permitted to public authority, must reject all intentional killing as specifically evil. For Thomas, on the other hand, the presence of public authority makes one act of self-defense specifically different than the other. It is not that it is good for the public official to do something that is evil per se, which would be contradictory, since an act that is evil per se is by definition an act that is never good. Rather, the act of intentional killing is insufficiently specified until we know who is killing and who is killed. Thomas claims that the act of intentionally killing a wrongdoer for the common good is specifically good, but it is only possible to one with authority for the common good. This does not mean that the public official intends the offender’s death for its own sake, an intention that Thomas condemns.76 This in fact would make it an act of hatred, and therefore an evil act.  The principle that one with public authority may kill for the common good is operative also in the case of CP:  It is lawful to kill an evildoer in so far as it is directed to the welfare of the whole community, so that it belongs to him alone who has charge of the community’s welfare. Thus it belongs to a physician to cut off a decayed limb, when he has been entrusted with the care of the health of the whole body. Now the care of the common good is entrusted to persons of rank having public authority: wherefore they alone, and not private individuals, can lawfully put evildoers to death(7th Day Adventists, 7th Day Holy Sabbath Keepers, Lord's Saints who Keep 10 Commandments fully involving immortals 144.000)!!!!
Quoted from ROMAN CATHOLIC Church's SATANIC Catechism on "II. The Lord's Day"{2188 In respecting religious liberty and the common good of all, Christians should seek recognition of Sundays and the Church's holy days as legal holidays. They have to give everyone a public example of prayer, respect, and joy and defend their traditions as a precious contribution to the spiritual life of society. If a country's legislation or other reasons require work on Sunday, the day should nevertheless be lived as the day of our deliverance which lets us share in this "festal gathering," this "assembly of the firstborn who are enrolled in heaven."125} .
The Other Main Reason, I & You Shouldn't/Never Sign/Support to Unit with Roman Catholic Church"October 31st, 2017", It is because through Their St Thomas Aquinas' Capital Punishment(CP) and the Roman Catholic Moral Tradition and Social Teachings Via their Catechism They Supported and Still Support  KILLING HUMAN BEINGS"Civil Disorder"To SAVE THE COMMON GOOD"SUN-DAY LAWS"!!!!!!


Thomas Aquinas (/əˈkwnəs/; Italian: Tommaso d'Aquino, lit. 'Thomas of Aquino'; 1225 – 7 March 1274) was an Italian[10][11] Dominican friar, philosopher, Catholic priest, and Doctor of the Church. An immensely influential philosopher, theologian, and jurist in the tradition of scholasticism, he is also known within the latter as the Doctor Angelicus and the Doctor Communis.[12] The name Aquinas identifies his ancestral origins in the county of Aquino in present-day Lazio, Italy. He was the foremost classical proponent of natural theology and the father of Thomism; of which he argued that reason is found in God. His influence on Western thought is considerable, and much of modern philosophy developed or opposed his ideas, particularly in the areas of ethics, natural law, metaphysics, and political theory.
Unlike many currents in the Church of the time,[13] Thomas embraced several ideas put forward by Aristotle—whom he called "the Philosopher"—and attempted to synthesize Aristotelian philosophy with the principles of Christianity.[14]
His best-known works are the Disputed Questions on Truth (1256–1259), the Summa contra Gentiles (1259–1265), and the unfinished but massively influential Summa Theologica aka Summa Theologiae (1265–1274). His commentaries on Scripture and on Aristotle also form an important part of his body of work. Furthermore, Thomas is distinguished for his eucharistic hymns, which form a part of the Church's liturgy.[15] The Catholic Church honors Thomas Aquinas as a saint and regards him as the model teacher for those studying for the priesthood, and indeed the highest expression of both natural reason and speculative theology. In modern times, under papal directives, the study of his works was long used as a core of the required program of study for those seeking ordination as priests or deacons, as well as for those in religious formation and for other students of the sacred disciplines (philosophy, Catholic theology, church history, liturgy, and canon law).[16]
Thomas Aquinas is considered one of the Catholic Church's greatest theologians and philosophers. Pope Benedict XV declared: "This (Dominican) Order ... acquired new luster when the Church declared the teaching of Thomas to be her own and that Doctor, honored with the special praises of the Pontiffs, the master and patron of Catholic schools."[17] The English philosopher Anthony Kenny considers Thomas to be "one of the dozen greatest philosophers of the western world".[18]

*75S.T. II-II, q. 64, a. 3, ad 3.
*76 See, for example, S.T. II-II, q. 43, a. 7, ad 1: “In the infliction of punishment it is not the punishment itself that is the end in view, but its medicinal properties in checking sin; wherefore punishment partakes of the nature of justice, in so far as it checks sin.”
*77S.T. II-II, q. 64, a. 3.}

This Ancient PAGAN Roman Army's Church has a record of Killing not only Jesus Christ on the Cross and Killing all who truly worked for Jesus Christ and with Killing Almighty God's 4th Commandment His Seal the 7th Day Sabbath, it was not sufficient for them to repent from their foundational Criminality their top Sins, from this article the Roman Catholic Church be revealed on its Anti-Christ Physical and Spiritual Property they Categorically Disobey also the 6th God's Commandment "You Shall not kill" They Kill and They put it in their Catechism teach to kill From the Priest St Thomas Aquinas who allows to Kill Protestants in other to save their Common Good"SUN Worship Day!!!!!!", and with that Philosophy, The International SUN-DAY LAND LAWS are going to be punishable in all Nations Worldwide with Death Penalty, to whosoever deny their Ecological SIN which is the Mark of The Beast. Read about the Papacy's Saint Thomas Aquinas on the Death Penalty to Save the Common Good,While The Common Good in the catholic Catechism signifies SUN-DAY OBSERVANCE Worldwide by LAW.
*30 POPE Benedict XVI, “Address to the Diplomatic Corps,” 7 January 2008: “I rejoice that on 18 December last the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted a resolution calling upon States to institute a moratorium on the use of the death penalty, and I earnestly hope that this initiative will lead to public debate on the sacred character of human life.”
*31 For discussion of the doctrinal status of various Church statements on CP, see E. Christian Brugger, “Catholic Moral Teaching and the Problem of Capital Punishment(CP)” Thomist 68 (2004). I will not address this theological question in my paper.
*32C.C.C. 2267, quoting John Paul II, Evangelium Vitae 56.
*33 John Paul II, Encyclical letter Evangelium Vitae (25 March 1995), n. 56. The encyclical quotes the early edition of the new catechism (the English translation was published in 1994). When the Editio Typica was issued in 1997, it included the reference to Evangelium Vitae.
*34E.V. 62 (emphasis in original). The same language is used in C.C.C. 2271.
*35 “Rethinking Capital Punishment,” Catholic Dossier 4.
*36 There is diversity among those who claim that E.V. develops the doctrine of CP, but I focus here on what I take to be the most common interpretation: that the Church is tending toward a condemnation of all intentional killing. This position is maintained by E. Christian Brugger, Germain Grisez, and Gerald V. Bradley, among others.
*37 E. Christian Brugger, Capital Punishment and the Roman Catholic Moral Tradition, 12. See also Brugger’s “Catholic Moral Teaching and the Problem of Capital Punishment,” 41-67, 43.
*38 This passage is an excerpt from a letter written by Cardinal Ratzinger to Fr. Richard Neuhaus and published in “The Public Square,” First Things, no. 56 (October 1995), 83. Cited in Brugger, 12.
*39 Brugger, CP and the RC  Moral Tradition, 17-18.
*40 Brugger, CP and the RC  Moral Tradition, 37.
*41 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 153.
*42 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 156.
*43 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition,158.
*44 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition,159.
*45 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition,160-161.
*46 Brugger claims that in the case of CP, all the conditions (described in Lumen Gentium) for an infallible exercise of the ordinary and universal magisterium have been met, except the following: “the judgment upon which the bishops agree must be proposed ‘as one that has to be definitively held’ (definitive tenenda) (LG, no. 25).” Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 146.
*47 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 161 (emphasis removed).
*48 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 161.
*49 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 162.
*50 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 162.
*51 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 162.
*52 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 165 (footnote omitted).
*53 Finnis says that Aquinas fails “to reply convincingly to the argument that capital punishment, since it involves the intent to kill as a means, is ‘doing evil that good may come’ ...” Finnis, Aquinas, 282.
*54 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 179.
*55 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 34.
*56 John Finnis, Germain Grisez, and Joseph Boyle, “‘Direct’ and ‘Indirect’: A Reply to Critics of our Action Theory,” 43.
*57 Bradley, 161.
*58 Bradley, 161.
*59S.T. I, q. 1, a. 8, ad 2
*60 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition, 187-88.
*61 See S.T. II-II, q. 64, a. 7.
*62 English trans. Libreria Editrice Vaticana (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2006), n. 468.
*63 Fifth Commandment (n. 280).
*64C.C.C. 2266.
*65 If it did, the sentence should read: Punishment then, in addition to defending public order, has the medicinal purposes: protecting people’s safety and contributing to the correction of the guilty party.
*66S.T. II-II, q.
*68, a. 1. The punishments of eternity are not sought for their own sake, either (see S.T. I-II, q. 19, a. 10, ad 2), but they are sought for the order of which they are a part, rather than for some extrinsic end.
*67C.C.C. 2267.
*68Roman Catechism, 280; S.C.G. III, c. 37, n. 7.
*69S.T. II-II, q. 68, a. 1: “Now the punishments of this life are sought, not for their own sake, because this is not the final time of retribution, but in their character of medicine, conducing either to the amendment of the sinner, or to the good of the commonwealth whose calm is ensured by the punishment of evil-doers.”
*70S.T. II-II, q. 64, a. 2, ad 2.
*71 Brugger, CP and the RC Moral Tradition,12. See also Brugger’s “Catholic Moral Teaching and the Problem of Capital Punishment,” 41-67, 43.
*72S.T. II-II, q. 64, a. 7: “Morales autem actus recipiunt speciem secundum id quod intenditur, non autem ab eo quod est praeter intentionem, cum sit per accidens, ut ex supradictis patet.” See also S.T. II-II, q. 34, a. 3, on the sin of scandal: “The scandal is accidental when it is beside the agent’s intention, as when a man does not intend, by his inordinate deed or word, to occasion another’s spiritual downfall, but merely to satisfy his own will. On such a case even active scandal is not a special sin, because a species is not constituted by that which is accidental.”
*73 Ibid., c.: “Illicitum est quod homo intendat occidere hominem ut seipsum defendat, nisi ei qui habet publicam auctoritatem, qui, intendens hominem occidere ad sui defensionem, refert hoc ad publicum bonum.”
*74 Thomas A. Cavanaugh, “Aquinas’s Account of Double Effect,” The Thomist 61 (1997).      {Author: Elinor Gardner}

Quoted from Finally, Spaemann notes that the criminal is never completely bad.  This does not mean that we should excuse him of his guilt, but neither should we place all the guilt of society on him. In removing him from our midst, society finds an easy alibi, saying with Cain, am I my brother’s keeper? Spaemann calls us rather to accept the task of being our brothers’ keepers, though this requires the expenditure of money and effort. This task will allow society “itself to perform the expiation, which the murderer owes his victim.”24Spaemann provides us with an example of applying the Thomistic criteria of utility, equity, and custom to the death penalty in a modern context.
E.V. follows the same line of thought in its discussion of the death penalty: On this matter there is a growing tendency, both in the Church and in civil society, to demand that it be applied in a very limited way or even that it be abolished completely. The problem must be viewed in the context of a system of penal justice ever more in line with human dignity and thus, in the end, with God’s plan for man and society. The primary purpose of the punishment which society inflicts is “to redress the disorder caused by the offence.” Public authority must redress the violation of personal and social rights by imposing on the offender an adequate punishment for the crime, as a condition for the offender to regain the exercise of his or her freedom. In this way authority also fulfils the purpose of defending public order and ensuring people’s safety, while at the same time offering the offender an incentive and help to change his or her behaviour and be rehabilitated. It is clear that, for these purposes to be achieved, the nature and extent of the punishment must be carefully evaluated and decided upon, and ought not go to the extreme of executing the offender except in cases of absolute necessity: in other words, when it would not be possible otherwise to defend society. Today however, as a result of steady improvements in the organization ofthe penal system, such cases are very rare, if not practically non-existent. In any event, the principle set forth in the new Catechism of the Catholic Church remains valid: “If bloodless means are sufficient to defend human lives against an aggressor and to protect public order and the safety of persons, public authority must limit itself to such means, because they better correspond to the concrete conditions of the common good and are more in conformity to the dignity of the human person.”33The first thing to be noted about these statements from E.V. and the Catechism is that neither of them rule out the death penalty altogether. However, both texts say that non-lethal punishments are to be preferred. Second, both texts maintain that the death penalty is only licit “in cases of absolute necessity,” or in other words, if it is “the only possible way of effectively defending human lives against the unjust aggressor.” Third, the documents offer a practical observation: that is, the penal system today is such that cases fitting this description “are very rare, if not practically non-existent.”  The first principle, that non-lethal punishments are to be preferred to the death penalty, presupposes the legitimacy of CP, though no argument for its legitimacy is offered. Clearly, legitimacy is not the primary concern here. It is helpful to compare the language used in these texts with the language used in the same documents to treat the question of abortion. In reference to “the unspeakable crime of abortion,” the language is unqualified: “direct abortion, that is, abortion willed as an end or as a means, always constitutes a grave moral disorder, since it is the deliberate killing of an innocent human being.”34 In reference to the death penalty, on the other hand, no comparable claim is made; neither E.V. nor the Catechism say that to kill a person as punishment is always a grave moral disorder. Rather, they limit the use of the penalty to cases of “absolute necessity,” and say that such cases now are “very rare, if not practically non-existent.” Yet by admitting that CP may be chosen as a valid means of punishment, however rarely or theoretically, they do not place CP in the category of “grave moral disorder.”  A normative claim is being made in these selections: non-lethal punishments should be preferred (“public authority must limit itself to such means” and “ought not go to the extreme of executing the offender except in cases of absolute necessity”). This does not imply that public authorities always do prefer non-lethal means when they have the choice (it seems likely that they do not), but that in principle these means are better in some decisive way, and therefore ought to be preferred. In what way are non-lethal punishments better than the death penalty? The documents give two reasons: “the concrete conditions of the common good” and “the dignity of the human person.”  The second principle spells out the limit given in the first principle (that non-lethal punishments are to be preferred): it is licit to choose a lethal punishment when non-lethal means are insufficient “to defend human lives” and “to protect public order and the safety of persons.” If, in some case, the death penalty is the only way to defend lives and protect order, it may be chosen. There seem to be two possible interpretations of thissecond principle: (1) in certain (rare) cases, it is permissible but not necessary to use the death penalty or (2) in certain (rare) cases, it is permissible and necessary to use the death penalty. I think the second interpretation is correct, but it could also be misleading. In a particular case, it is not that one must first determine whether the penalty is permissible in that case, and then whether it is necessary. Rather, its permissibility is determined by its necessity. If, and only if, the penalty is necessary, it is permissible. But this leaves us with a puzzle. If the death penalty is a morally legitimate form of punishment, why should the presumption always be against its use?  The puzzle is only confirmed when we consider the many pleas made by John Paul II on behalf of criminals condemned to death and his frequent criticism of the death penalty in speeches, homilies, etc. As moral theologian Janet Smith suggests, it almost seems that John Paul would like to say that CP is intrinsically evil, but either will not or cannot do so: Other Pope-watchers have shared with me their suspicions that Pope John Paul II may well wish he could say that capital punishment is intrinsically evil and thus ought never to be done. Such a position would, of course, be a radical break with traditional Church teaching and thus is unlikely to be true, if not impossible to be true.35Some have answered this puzzle with the idea of a development of Catholic doctrine in regard to CP. In this view, the Church is heading toward an absolute condemnation of CP as per se evil, though she has not yet made a definitive statement to that effect. Thomas’s account is compatible with a relative condemnation of CP, one that says for instance, that other punishments are preferable or that in the present social context, CP ought not be used, but it is incompatible with an absolute condemnation of CP. If the Church is teaching, or at some point in the future does teach that CP is per se evil, then those who accept the authority of the Church must reject Thomas’s account. CFirst Objection: There Has Been a Development of Doctrine on CPSt. Thomas’s teaching on CP defined Church statements on this subject for centuries, but his teaching is notably absent from the two most recent authoritative documents, which mention CP, E.V. and the Catechism. Some have interpreted this absence as a conscious departure from traditional thinking on the death penalty. They read these documents as a “development of doctrine,” pointing toward an absolute condemnation of CP, and indeed of all intentional killing.36The most articulate presentation of the development of doctrine position to date is found in E. Christian Brugger’s book, Capital Punishment and the Roman Catholic Moral Tradition (2003). This careful study deserves our sustained attention, if we are to understand the relationship between Thomas’s teaching and recent Catholic teaching on CP. Brugger begins with the teaching on CP found in the 1997 Catechism, and he then traces Church teaching from apostolic and patristic times through the pontificate of John Paul II. In the final section of the book, he argues that a development of doctrine is takingplace. Brugger makes several important claims in his book: first, that what the Catechism calls poena mortis is not punishment, but collective self-defense; second, that CP is not a morally licit punishment because it is intentional killing, and all intentional killing is morally illicit; and third, that the doctrine of the Catholic Church is developing toward an absolute prohibition of capital punishment. Brugger notes that the 1997 Catechism treats the death penalty under the heading, “Legitimate Defense.” In contrast, the Roman Catechism treats it under the heading “Exceptions to the Fifth Commandment.” Brugger takes this to be a significant move: It is my contention that something new is being said about the morality of capital punishment is sections 2263-2267 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church ... Because the text strictly ties its analysis to a model of self-defense against the wider conceptual backdrop of double-effect reasoning, it is reasonable to conclude (1) that the act referred to in the text as poena mortis is not, precisely speaking, an act of punishment, but an act of collective self-defense by the community against a dangerous internal aggressor, and (2) that capital punishment as well as all acts of legitimate killing should be limited by conditions traditionally used to limitlawful killing in private self-defense.37In other words, Brugger interprets the Catechism as saying that death may not be chosen as a form of punishment, but that in some cases public authority may kill a guilty individual as an act of social self-defense. Brugger contrasts his interpretation of the Catechism with the “plain-face interpretation” offered by, among others, Cardinal Ratzinger: Clearly, the Holy Father [John Paul II] has not altered the doctrinal principles which pertain to this issue as they are presented in the Catechism, but has simply deepened the application of such principles in the context of present-day historicalcircumstances. Thus, where other means for the self-defense of society arepossible and adequate, the death penalty may be permitted to disappear. Such a development, occurring within society and leading to the foregoing of this type of punishment, is something good and ought to be hoped for.38
According to Brugger, on the other hand, the Church teaches in the 1997 Catechism that legitimate defense, whether personal or communal, should be understood using the idea of double effect. “Corporate” defense is subject to the same moral limits as individual self-defense. Commenting on the transition from self-defense to communal defense in the Catechism, Brugger says: Although the context has changed from addressing the needs of an individual to those of a community, and from the right of an individual to defend his own life to the rights and duties of public authority to defend the community for which it is responsible, the context is otherwise the same. We are still referring to the need (previously individual, and now corporate) to repel an aggressor—here including both internal and foreign aggressors—and the requirement that in so doing, only the degree of force necessary to render an aggressor unable to cause harm should be used. The act of legitimate defense here, as before, is an act of self-defense. While section 2265 does not explicitly state that any death following from this act of self-defense must be unintended, the reference to collective self-defense in 2263 requires that this be the meaning of 2265.39
Is CP a legitimate act of collective self-defense? If CP is intentional killing, Brugger’s answer is no. Self-defense is legitimate when it does not intend death. But one necessarily intends death when performing an execution:  The lethal nature of the punishment is not ancillary to what is chosen; it is the measure of punishment chosen ... In the case at hand, then, the plan of action very clearly includes the criminal’s death. Until the criminal is dead, the punishment is not complete nor is the disorder redressed. In other words, death is (among other things) what we are trying to bring about ... The intent to kill cannot be separated from capital punishment, whatever other intentions accompany it.40
However, Brugger thinks that the Catechism also uses CP to refer to something else: an act of legitimate defense by society against an internal aggressor in which the death of the offender is not intended. Such might be the case in a hostage situation or a prison riot.
In Part III, “Rethinking the Church’s Traditional Notion of Justifiable Homicide,” Brugger addresses the question of whether CP is the kind of teaching subject to doctrinal development. He notes that doctrines (whether of faith or morals) may be infallibly asserted or non-infallibly asserted.41 For the former, only one kind of development is possible, that which brings about “a fuller and more perfect understanding, and henceverbal expression, of the divine mystery, while all the time maintaining continuity with antecedent principles and types.”42 For non-infallibly asserted teachings, Brugger suggests “that there are two possible patterns of development ... The first I will call development as filtering and reformulating, and the second, development as specification.”43 The first pattern occurs when an assertion contains both true and false propositions. Over time, the false propositions are filtered out, leaving only the true teaching. For an example, Brugger offers the true teaching on reservation of priestly ordination to men alone, which was at one time asserted together with false propositions about the inferiority of women.44By specification, the second pattern of development, Brugger does not mean a particular determination of a more general teaching, as the name might imply. Rather, he means a clarification of ambiguities in a true teaching. For example, if “murder” is taken to mean any deliberate act that foreseeably results in the death of another, then many more acts are characterized as murder than if “murder” is rightly defined as killing the innocent with intent.  Development in this instance would mean specifying with increasing precision the nature of the moral acts under consideration, or the language with which the acts have hitherto been described, with the possible result that the sense in which a moral doctrine has been interpreted stands in need of revisions.
45After showing that the teaching on CP has not been asserted infallibly,
46 Brugger argues that the Church is now developing this teaching by filtering and reformulating it, the first mode of development. The filtered teaching put forth in the Catechism then stands in need of clarification, the second mode of development.  Brugger proposes, as the traditional teaching of the Church on CP, the following complex assertion A: for human dignity and the common good of society to be honored and preserved, the deliberate crimes—especially grave crimes—of social offenders should be punished, if need be with death. Therefore capital punishment is legitimate and should be defended in the face of those who publicly deny it and/or seek to have it abolished.
47He divides this assertion into four separate propositions:  (Y) deliberate crime brings into existence a disorder in civil society, and grave crime, grave disorder; (K) to preserve the conditions for the common good this disorder must be redressed; (L) proportionate punishment can redress this disorder; (M) it is legitimate to impose proportionate punishment upon offenders, including grave punishments on grave offenders; and (Z) the act of killing entailed in lawfully executed capital punishment is legitimate and should not be subsumed under the norm forbidding homicide.
48Brugger suggests that while propositions Y, K, L, and M are true, proposition Z is false and needs to filtered out of complex assertion A, producing a new complex assertion B: The nature of certain offenses is such that an offender could not complain of distributive injustice (i.e., unfairness) if, as punishment, he were deprived of life; yet capital punishment is still wrong, not because it is unfair (in the distributive sense just stated), but because as an act precisely intended to destroy human life it is a violation of inalienable human dignity and hence a violation of the norm singling out and forbidding all such acts. Therefore, although punishing deliberate crime is good and necessary for the maintenance of the common good, non-lethal punishments should always be chosen.
49He concludes, “This is essentially the conclusion that, as I have argued in chapter 1, lies inchoate in the teaching of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.”
50This new assertion depends, of course, on the existence of a norm against all intentional killing. Brugger claims that this norm is contained, at least implicitly, in the 1997 Catechism, but adds that the terms of this teaching, “would need careful specification in order to make clear what kinds of acts are and are not singled out by it as contrary to human good.”51 This he does in his final chapter, entitled “Toward an Ethical Judgment that Capital Punishment is Intrinsically Wrong.” In the first chapter, Brugger presented evidence for his conclusion that the Catechism is doing something new with regard to CP; in this last chapter, he presents the term of this movement: an absolute norm against intentional killing of human persons. Brugger admits, “The Catholic Church has never taught that all intentional killing is wrong,” and that the norm against intentional killing of the innocent is “the model used by Aquinas and by Evangelium Vitae in the formulations of its three most authoritative negative norms.”52 Nonetheless, Brugger wants to formulate a rational account of the norm against intentional killing which he takes to be “inchoate” in the Catechism’s teaching on CP.
Brugger begins by criticizing Thomas’s account, which he rightly takes to be the most developed philosophical defense of CP in the Christian tradition. Brugger’s two main objections are ones that we have seen before. He rejects Thomas’s part-whole defense of CP, and the comparison of sinner to beast. He concludes, in words similar to those of Finnis:53Aquinas’ account fails to respond to the charge that capital punishment, because it is the willful destruction of an intrinsic human good, is wrong per se. In the absence of Aquinas’ arguments for the lawfulness of capital punishment, Catholic tradition (and, for that matter, Western philosophical tradition) has no other philosophical ground from which to argue that the object chosen in a deliberate act of killing the guilty—by the state or any other person—is, morally speaking, fundamentally different from the object chosen in an act of killing the innocent.54According to Brugger, the moral object of an act of execution is the same as the moral object of an act of murder; or in other words, that CP is murder: “Simply put, I cannotwill the death of a human person, any human person, innocent or guilty, with a good will.”55Brugger’s interpretation of the Catechism as implicitly affirming an absolute prohibition of intentional killing is affirmed also by Finnis, Grisez, and Joseph Boyle: The Catechism of the Catholic Church, most plainly in its revised edition—in relation to killing in capital punishment, and war, and in general ... has adopted a position like the one defended for thirty years by Grisez. Killing of human beings is justifiable only insofar as it is not intended. [Footnote: The revised CCC’s entire treatment of cases of justifiable killing is put under the aegis of Aquinas’s distinction between the “double effect” of lethal self-defensive actions that do notintend the killing of the aggressor ...] 56Gerard Bradley agrees with Finnis, Grisez, and Boyle that E.V. and the Catechism aim at an absolute norm, but disagrees about whether CP is thereby ruled out. He includes CP as public defense of society, which is the “same moral species” as private self-defense.57Both seek to “disable aggressors without intending to kill.”58 Brugger makes a similar claim. If Bradley and Brugger are right, however, CP as punishment is ruled out. If the Catechism does presuppose a norm against intentional killing, then for Catholics, this would be a decisive objection to Thomas’s teaching on CP. Response to the First ObjectionIn Chapter IV, I considered the idea of a norm against intentional killing in response to the objections of Grisez and Finnis. I argued that this norm does not follow from a Thomistic understanding of human action and that it has serious philosophical difficulties in its own right. No absolute prohibition of intentional killing can be derived from natural law, as Thomas understood it. Yet even if the natural law contains no such norm, revealed law might. Thomas tells us that “although the argument from authority based on human reason is the weakest, yet the argument from authority based on divine revelation is the strongest.”59The Church teaches authentically on morality as well as faith, but arguments based on what the Church might teach in the future (the end point of a development that is thought to be occurring now) are doubtful. We can only reason about what we knowand not what we might know in the future. Therefore, we can only reason about what has been revealed, and not what might be revealed by the continued working of the Holy Spirit in the Church. The Magisterium has not absolutely condemned capital punishment. If it is not evident from reason that CP is immoral, and if it has not (at least not yet) been revealed to us through the Church’s ever-deepening interpretation on the Word of God, then we have no basis for making such a claim. Still, some have argued that an absolute condemnation of CP is implicit in some Church teachings, and so we must consider whether this is so. Secondly, we must consider whether the Catechism applies double-effect reasoning to CP, as Brugger suggests, as a way of reconciling its new teaching to the tradition. This would mean essentially that while punishing by death is always wrong, what we normally think of as punishment by death is really a kind of self-defense, which is justified because the killing is not what is intended. Brugger admits that the norm against intentional killing is not found in the tradition of Catholic moral theology, but thinks that the norm is implicitly affirmed in the 1997 Catechism: In reformulating the Catholic position on justifiable violence to exclude intentional harm to basic goods, I have tied to develop a systematic and philosophically consistent account of the morally relevant elements of the new position that (I have argued) lies implicit in the teaching of the Catechism of the Catholic Church on capital punishment.60Brugger rightly notes that the 1997 Catechism treats punishment, bearing arms, and self-defense under the heading of “legitimate defense,” and that the use of this category in reference to all three kinds of killing is something new. He takes this new grouping as an indication that the Catechism wants to treat war and capital punishment as specifically similar to self-defense. In itself, the grouping of war, punishment, and self-defense does not say anything about the species of the acts. Previous catechisms, such as the Roman Catechism, treat these topics together, without implying that they are specifically the same kind of act. Thomas, as we saw in Chapter II, treats self-defense, CP, and otherforms of killing together in q. 64, and he clearly does not think they are the same species of act.  The Catechism does not say or imply that all kinds of legitimate defense are specifically the same. There may be different species of legitimate defense; the traditional view has at least three: self-defense by private persons, self-defense by persons in public authority, and defense of others by an act of punishment, which are all specifically different.61 After addressing self-defense, section 2266 introduces civil punishment: The efforts of the state to curb the spread of behavior harmful to people’s rightsand to the basic rules of civil society correspond to the requirement of safeguarding the common good. Legitimate public authority has the right and duty to inflict punishment proportionate to the gravity of the offense. Punishment has the primary aim of redressing the disorder introduced by the offense. When it is willingly accepted by the guilty party, it assumes the value of expiation. Punishment then, in addition to defending public order and protecting people’s safety, has a medicinal purpose: as far as possible, it must contribute to the correction of the guilty party. Several concepts are introduced in this paragraph, which were not part of the explanation of self-defense: safeguarding the common good, legitimate public authority, and the presence of a guilty party. The Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Churchexpands on this definition: “A punishment imposed by legitimate public authority has the aim of redressing the disorder introduced by the offense, of defending public order and people’s safety, and contributing to the correction of the guilty party.”62 The Compendium and the Catechism essentially affirm the teaching of the Roman Catechism, with the additional emphasis on correction. The Roman Catechism says that civil punishments tend to “the preservation and security of human life ... by repressing outrage and violence.”
63The Catechism and the Compendium provide no reference for their statements about the primary end of punishment. Yet of the four quotations in the section on “Legitimate Defense,” two are from the Summa Theologiae. More importantly, the Catechism reaffirms Thomas’s view that punishment is directed primarily toward redressing disorder, and secondarily toward “the correction of the guilty party.”64 That is, an act is penal insofar as its object is to redress disorder produced by an offense. This is a general definition of punishment, applying alike to eternal and temporal penalties; therefore, paragraph 2266 goes on to specify civil punishment: “in addition to defending public order and protecting people’s safety, [punishment] has a medicinal purpose: as far as possible, it must contribute to the correction of the guilty party.” The text indicates that the correction of the wrongdoer is an additional purpose of punishment, distinct from the defense of public order. However, “protecting people’s safety” is here presented along with “defending public order,” whereas the preceding sentence simply gave “redressing the disorder introduced by the offense” as the primary purpose of punishment. The Catechism does not make the protection of public safety a medicinal end of punishment,
65like the reform of the wrongdoer, but includes it with the primary end of redressing disorder. The most reasonable interpretation is that “protecting people’s safety” is a part of, or the specification of, “defending public order.”  As we have seen, Thomas describes different levels of order: the order within a man’s soul, the civil order, the order of the universe as a whole. The phrase “protecting people’s safety,” specifies how civil punishment goes about redressing disorder. Unlike eternal punishment, it does not redress disorder perfectly. It does not give to each exactly what his acts deserve in respect to the order of the universe. Civil punishment redresses only civil disorder. Thomas observes that only eternal punishments are retributive in an absolute sense. Man’s punishments, including those of the state, “are sought, not for theirown sake, because this is not the final time of retribution, but in their character of medicine, conducing either to the amendment of the sinner, or to the good of the commonwealth whose calm is ensured by the punishment of evil-doers.”
66Paragraph 2267 brings all three of the above-mentioned characteristics of punishment to bear on its treatment of the death penalty. Paragraph 2267 begins by “[a]ssuming that the guilty party’s identity and responsibility have been fully determined.” The presence of public authority is mentioned in the second sentence, as is the common good: If, however, non-lethal means are sufficient to defend and protect people’s safety from the aggressor, authority will limit itself to such means, as these are more in keeping with the concrete conditions of the common good and more in conformity to the dignity of the human personThus, all the elements that are characteristic of punishment in the Catechism’streatment are also present in its treatment of CP, implying that CP is being considered precisely as a punishment. What about the Catechism’s assertion (2267) that CP is licit if it is “the only possible way of effectively defending human lives against the unjust aggressor”? Does this indicate a rejection of the public order justification in the case of CP? This simply does not follow, especially when we consider that paragraph 2266 identified protecting people’s safety as at least one part of defending public order.  The Catechism does imply that it is illicit for public officials to use the death penalty simply as retribution. They must consider whether a lethal punishment is necessary to defend human lives. If necessary—that is, if the available non-lethal punishments would be insufficient to defend human lives—then public authority may rightly choose CP. This kind of decision-making is obviously subject to many contingencies. Non-lethal punishments may turn out to be ineffective in cases when they were thought to be adequate, and lethal punishments may be thought necessary in cases when they are not. The possibility of error does not make it impossible to make a moral judgment. Practical knowledge, since it depends on particulars, not all of which can be known by the human agent, does not have the same certainty that speculative knowledge has, but it is nonetheless knowledge.
Brugger is mistaken in thinking that because the Catechism stresses the secondary or specific justification of the death penalty, it rejects the primary or general justification for punishment. The Catechism’s reasoning on CP is similar to the reasoning used to justify private self-defense in its insistence that lethal force is a last resort (“the only possible way of defending human lives”). But while private self-defense only presupposes that the aggressor represents a serious and immediate threat, CP presupposes not only that the aggressor represents a threat, but that the aggressor has already committed some offense: “Assuming that the guilty party’s identity and responsibility have been fully determined, the traditional teaching of the Church does not exclude recourse to the death penalty.”
67 The Catechism does not deny that the death penalty may be used as punishment, but it adds that this punishment ought to be used only when necessary for the defense of society.  The idea of CP as a kind of defense is not new; the tradition also sees CP as a way in which society defends itself from threats and preserves innocent human lives. For what is meant by defense of society, if not something very like the “preservation and security of human life” and “freedom from external disorders”?
68 What is new is the judgment that at the present time, situations in which CP is necessary to defense of society are rare. The Catechism does not deny the retributive justification for CP, but it emphasizes the secondary justification, defense of society.  So both Aquinas and the Catechism make retribution a necessary, but not a sufficient condition for the just use of CP. Punishment presupposes guilt (the primary, retributive justification), he says, but the punishments of this life are further characterized by their medicinal quality. Not only must the criminal be guilty of a grave crime, he must present a grave threat to the common good, in order for CP to be justified. Because this world is not the stage for perfect retribution,69 the death penalty is only used to remove those offenders who are a grave threat to the civil community: “human justice ... puts to death those who are dangerous to others, while it allows time for repentance to those who sin without grievously harming others.”70The second part of Brugger’s development of doctrine position is the association of CP with the principle of double effect. In his treatment of the Catechism, Brugger suggests that the death penalty may be justified not as a punishment, but as social self-defense: Because the text [of the Catechism]strictly ties its analysis to a model of self-defense against the wider conceptual backdrop of double-effect reasoning, it is reasonable to conclude (1) that the act referred to in the text as poena mortis is not, precisely speaking, an act of punishment, but an act of collective self-defense by the community against a dangerous internal aggressor, and (2) that capital punishment(CP) as well as all acts of legitimate killing should be limited by conditions traditionally used to limit lawful killing in private self-defense.
71The application of double effect to CP is problematic for two reasons: it is philosophically untenable, and it is not supported by the text of the Catechism.Brugger stretches the idea of double effect beyond its reasonable application. He maintains that sometimes CP describes an act of collective self-defense, which does not include death as an intention. This is not a reasonable use of double-effect. The source of double-effect reasoning is the article on self-defense in S.T. II-II, q. 64. Thomas argues there that killing in self-defense is sometimes licit. He gives the principle, “Moral acts receive their species according to what is intended, but not from that which is praeter intentionem.”
72 Death may result from an act of proportional self-defense by a private person, and death in this case is praeter intentionem. Since he has said that what is praeter intentionem does not give species to the moral act, it follows that in an act of private self-defense, the killing of the attacker does not determine the moral species. In the same article, he concludes, “A man may not lawfully intend to kill a man in order to defend himself, except for him who has public authority, who, intending to kill a man in self-defense, refers this to the public good.”73 While a private person may not intend to kill a man, he may use potentially lethal forms of self-defense. As one recent commentator puts it, “he may knowingly risk the assailant’s life by defending himself with such force that the aggressor’s death, if it results, would be one of the foreseeable characteristic consequences of the self-defensive act.”
74Yet Thomas quite definitely considers those with public authority to be a different case. In a previous article, he states the reason for this exception: It is lawful for any private individual to do anything for the common good, provided it harm nobody: but if it be harmful to some other, it cannot be done, except by virtue of the judgment of the person to whom it pertains to decide what is to be taken from the parts for the welfare of the whole.75Those like Brugger who fail to distinguish between what is morally required of and permitted to a private person, and what is morally required of and permitted to public authority, must reject all intentional killing as specifically evil. For Thomas, on the other hand, the presence of public authority makes one act of self-defense specifically different than the other. It is not that it is good for the public official to do something that is evil per se, which would be contradictory, since an act that is evil per se is by definition an act that is never good. Rather, the act of intentional killing is insufficiently specified until we know who is killing and who is killed. Thomas claims that the act of intentionally killing a wrongdoer for the common good is specifically good, but it is only possible to one with authority for the common good. This does not mean that the public official intends the offender’s death for its own sake, an intention that Thomas condemns.76 This in fact would make it an act of hatred, and therefore an evil act.  The principle that one with public authority may kill for the common good is operative also in the case of CP:  It is lawful to kill an evildoer in so far as it is directed to the welfare of the whole community, so that it belongs to him alone who has charge of the community’s welfare. Thus it belongs to a physician to cut off a decayed limb, when he has been entrusted with the care of the health of the whole body. Now the care of the common good is entrusted to persons of rank having public authority: wherefore they alone, and not private individuals, can lawfully put evildoers to death.7

4.The year of the birth of the last days Satan's Babylon Church"2017 A.D"

a)In the Year 2017 AD, Pope Francis initiated the Global Satanic Babylon Church. The Church was created by representatives of different Global Protestant Churches witnesses who participated in developing the Satanic Confession together under a false Unity, after confession as a sin a useful reformation movement initiated by Jesus Christ through Martin Luther in the year 1517 AD.

b)– A Reforming Catholic Confession –  This was titled as A “Mere Protestant” Statement of Faith to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. However, this confession had intention to witness a great regret by the Worldwide Leading Organizations of Protestants Churches that regretted the separation of Martin Luther from the Catholic Church in Year 1517 AD , which signified their Confession of SIN of having separated themselves from the Mother Roman Catholic Church teachings , and that was the only reason why to confess that separation had to involve all worldwide Protestants Churches Global Representatives who made the 31st October 2017 a purely Great Apostasy ever happened in the History of Christianity by producing Total 1457 Signatures (Read more about signatories' names online from the main source) from pure worldwide variety of notable Global Protestants Churches to bring Unity of Global Protestants churches with Roman Catholic Churches under the common shared believe enclosed in the document called"THE REFORMING CATHOLIC CONFESSION, WHAT WE, PROTESTANTS OF DIVERSE CHURCHES AND THEOLOGICAL TRADITIONS, SAY TOGETHER “We believe…read more from the main source site online”.

c) EXPLANATION given by Babylon Church Initiating Worldwide Protestant Church Representatives on 31st October , 2017: A HISTORICAL & THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE Why we say what we say INTRODUCTION: A REFORMATION TO LAUD, LAMENT, OR LONG FOR?
d)Adventist & Religions RING 4 Peace Pledged To Protect "MOTHER EARTH" Pope Laudato Si To Save Planet
e)Adventist Interfaith Habitat For Humanity SUNday Service. Worship Krishna, Allah, Bhudda, Mormon
f)Pope SDA Conference Call Adventists A Fringe, Extremists, Fanatics For Crying Out Against Ecumenism
g)Adventist Conference Papacy Babylon & Christmas Pagan A MYTH. Birthday of SUN god. Old Nick is SATAN
h)SDA General Conference Religious Freedom SMOKESCREEN;Pope Homophobic Nazism;Baptist LGBT CORNERSTONE
i)"Tell the World",SIGNS OF THE TIMES,2024,The Second Coming of Jesus Christ, Cleansing of Earth with Fire  in 3024 and The New Earth.Please Help To Spread This Word.
J)Adventist GC NKJV New Age Bible, AdventHealth Using REIKI UNIVERSAL ENERGY. Pope:Mary Gate of Heaven
k)Adventist Ganoune Diop Singing Catholic Mass Song Honoring The Pope. Omega of Apostasy
L)Adventist General Conference IS A Catholic Ministry. Ecumenism Ganoune Diop Pope & His Jesuit Friend
M)Pope SDA Conference Call Adventists A Fringe, Extremists, Fanatics For Crying Out Against Ecumenism
N)Adventists & Harlot Daughters of Rome ECUMENICAL Gospel Choir At All Saints Catholic Church MASS
O)Canada Adventist Conference MESSENGER "HAPPY DIWALI" Worship Krishna & Hindu goddesses. Obey LGBT
P)Adventist Hospitals Sabbath GOAT YOGA;Church Offers Children to Illuminati BATHOMET;New Organization
R)Adventists SCIENTOLOGY Declare With Witches, Pagans, Catholics UNITED WE STAND. Pope Bible SUNday
S)Adventist Interfaith Habitat For Humanity SUNday Service. Worship Krishna, Allah, Bhudda, Mormon
T)Adventist Conference Papacy Babylon & Christmas Pagan A MYTH. Birthday of SUN god. Old Nick is SATAN
U)Christmas for Peace, Church & State.Protestants Banned it,Too Pagan & Popish.Golden Girdle.Gird Up!
V)Pope’s Meaning of Proselytism Not Christian.JW Banned,SDA Next.Beta-Testing in Russia.MultiColor Hem
W)Spies & Spy Agencies Persecute WhistleBlowers,SDA Next.Baptism of Spirit,Last Sabbath of 2019/Decade
Z)Philippe:Abayobozi bakuru b'itorero ry'Abadiventiste b'Umunsi wa7, Bahuje Itorero na ROMA,31/10/2017

5.The Great Apostasy of General Conference of 7th Day Adventist (SDA) Church was revealed when they confessed their original assignment of preaching the 3rd Angel's message and the great controversy between Jesus Christ and SATAN as a SIN to the Roman Catholic Church on 31st October 2017.
a)This year 2017 , is the same Year that puts an end on the proclamation of the 3rd Angel's message on the public pulpits of all 7th day Adventist Churches Worldwide , particularly from the Churches that are controlled by the 7th Day Adventist General Conference.
b)Seventh Day Adventist Church Hijacked By The General Conference Ted Wilson, Diop Ecumenical Apology
c)However, at least 1.2354152367% Signatures of 7th Day Adventist Global Churches were sufficient for SATAN and His PAPACY Power to accept the confession of 7th Day Adventist General Conference confirming their dedicated Power of Preaching the 3rd Angel's Message from Jesus Christ to SATAN and His Universal Power the Roman Catholic Papacy to Unit the 7th Day Adventist Churches with SATANIC Teachings from ROMAN CATHOLIC PAGAN BASED RITUALS, under Leadership of Pastor Ted Wilson and Pastor Ganoune Diop ,by allowing the Appearance of the Representatives of the denomination of the 7th day Adventist General Conference.

d)Surprisingly, the delegated representatives of Worldwide 7th Day Adventist General Conference Churches  who keep SATURDAYS as True Protestants who are supposedly should teach others to Obey the Commandments of Almighty God including the 4th commandment of keeping 7th Day Sabbath Holy, on 31st October 2017 have decided to Join other Worldwide Apostate Protestants who disobey Almighty God's commandments by keeping SUNDAYS which represent the Mark of the Beast mentioned by Jesus Christ Himself in the mission He assigned the 7th day Adventist Church as to be preaching the rest of the Worldwide Churches the 3rd Angel's Message.
e)Among others, those who signed for the Papacy are :
1. James A. Ayars Pastor Seventh-day Adventist United States 
2. Deyvid de Souza Vilela Seventh-Day Adventist Church Brazil 
3. Andrew Tryer Head elder Venture Seventh Day Adventist United States
3. Rey Evano Seventh Day Adventist United States
4. Dr. Nicholas Miller Professor of Church History Andrews University - Adventist Seminary United States
5. Michael W. Campbell Associate Professor Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies/Seventh-day Adventist Philippines
6. Eric A Korff Retired Seventh-day Adventist United States
7. James A. Ayars Pastor Seventh Day Adventist United States (Name repeated in the original list)
8. Sergio A. Caishpal Associate Pastor Seventh-day Adventist Church United States
9. Donna L Wessel Seventh Day Adventist United States
10. James A.Ayars Pastor Seventh-day Adventist United States(Name repeated in the original list)
11. Nichols Miller Professor Andrews University Adventist United States
12. Christopher Pitta Pastor (retired) Seventh-day Adventist United Kingdom
13. Hubertus Murk Member Seventh Day Adventist Netherlands
14. Jose Maria Dos Santos Adventista Adventista do Setmo Dia Brazil
15. James A. Alves Ancion Adventist se vem day Argentina
16. James A. Nilson Presidente Adventist se vem day Argentina
17. Dr. John C. Peckham Assoc. Professor of Theology & Christian Philosophy Andrews University United States,
While following their current positions given on the original list they Count 1.2354152367% of all protestants counting 1457.(Surprisingly On Mar 22nd  In the year 1457 Gutenberg Bible became the first printed book, while the Roman Catholic Church Pope Francis decided to use an exact Number of Signatures equal to the Year of the 1st New testament printed in Gutenberg , which contributed much in the protestants' reformation process)
This Great Apostasy of General Conference of SDA is leading to the punishment of Almighty God to the whole Church of the SDA worldwide , where all its members who will not confess their individuals sins before the year 2021 will be surrendered in the hands of their enemies the Jesuits who will revenge themselves to fulfill the prophecy of Daniel 8:10-13 following the Repetition Model.Daniel 8:10-13“And an host was given him against the daily sacrifice by reason of transgression, and it cast down the truth to the ground; and it practised, and prospered.”

6. This Year 2017 was reserved by Almighty God to generate the New Prophetic Number "1177=1000+177"for this time.
The 7th Day Adventist Churches' General Conference thereafter has decided to reject Jesus Christ's 3rd Angel's Message and the Spirit of Prophecy given by Jesus Christ Himself to Ellen G. White basing on the William Miller's Great Advent movement in the Year 1844, and basing again on the 1st Vision of Ellen G. White that revealed the Truth of the Seal of Almighty God which is the 7th Day Holy Sabbath in the Year 1847 .

Therefore, through this Great Apostasy of October 31st, 2017 admitted by the 7th Day Adventist Global Churches Representatives under the power of delegation from the 7th Day Adventist General Conference , that apostasy will thereafter bring the curse fro Almighty God to this transgression of uniting the Holy Church of Almighty God the 7th Day Adventist Church that Almighty God Himself created through the small group of Ellen G.White and other pioneers which its initiation is based on the 1st Vision He provided to Ellen G. White in the Year 1847. 
To Unit the Global Leadership of 7th Day Adventist Churches with Apostate Protestants Churches to betray the fundamental duties of the 7th Day Adventist Churches of proclaiming the 3rd Angel's Message in the Leadership of SATAN represented by the Roman Catholic Church, this is takes the Year 2017 in the same trouble of repetition of the destroying SODOM and Gomorrah with all living people inside the City of SATAN the Roman Catholic New O World Order that practiced the same SIN of forcing men to men Sexual fornication in an other form as NATIONAL SUNDAY LAWS enforcement to all the Members of 7th Day Adventist Churches worldwide  as also enforcing to support the current LGBT.
The Significance of the Sabbath was Revealed to James and Ellen White in 1847: {they took their stand purely from the scriptural evidence to which their minds had been directed in the Bates tract. Then on the first Sabbath in April, 1847, seven months after they began to keep and teach the Seventh-day Sabbath, the Lord gave a vision to Mrs. White at Topsham, Maine, in which the importance of the Sabbath was stressed. She saw the tables of the law in the ark in the heavenly sanctuary, and a halo of light about the fourth commandment. See pages 32-35 for the account of this vision. The position previously taken from the study of the word of God was confirmed. The vision also helped to broaden the believer's concept of Sabbath observance. In this revelation, Mrs. White was carried down to the close of time and saw the Sabbath as the great testing truth on which men decide whether to serve God or to serve an apostate power. Looking back in 1874 to this experience, she wrote:   “I believed the truth upon the Sabbath question before I had seen anything in vision in reference to the Sabbath. It was months after I had commenced keeping the Sabbath before I was shown its importance and its place in the third angel's message.”—E. G. White Letter 2, 1874.}

7. Therefore, Following the Repetition Model, Almighty God has fulfilled His promise to tell the Saints the exact Day and Hour of  the 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ after the falling of 7 plagues ,Revelation 16:1-21

a) Before Almighty God  pours the Latter Rain , there must come an event that Almighty god has Promised in the 1st Vision He gave to Ellen G. White of giving the voice of God like many waters(read about this voice in Revelation 14:1-5), which gave us the day and hour of Jesus’ coming, and that must preceded the enforcement of the Mark of the Beast that must come in 2021; while the mark of the beast is the enforcement of the NATIONAL SUNDAY LAWS that must begin from United States of America(USA) after modifying its Constitution to form the Image of the Beast by including Church and Sate Unification LAWS and to be continued to the rest of the World to fulfill the Bible Prophecy in Revelation 13:11-18.

b) Abraham Pleaded for Sodom Genesis 18:16-2216.When the men got up to leave, they looked down toward Sodom, and Abraham walked along with them to see them on their way. 17. Then the Lord said, “Shall I hide from Abraham what I am about to do? 18. Abraham will surely become a great and powerful nation, and all nations on earth will be blessed through him.[c] 19. For I have chosen him, so that he will direct his children and his household after him to keep the way of the Lord by doing what is right and just, so that the Lord will bring about for Abraham what he has promised him.”  20. Then the Lord said, “The outcry against Sodom and Gomorrah is so great and their sin so grievous 21. that I will go down and see if what they have done is as bad as the outcry that has reached me. If not, I will know.”  22. The men turned away and went toward Sodom, but Abraham remained standing before the Lord.[d] 23. Then Abraham approached him and said: “Will you sweep away the righteous with the wicked? 24. What if there are fifty righteous people in the city? Will you really sweep it away and not spare[e] the place for the sake of the fifty righteous people in it? 25. Far be it from you to do such a thing—to kill the righteous with the wicked, treating the righteous and the wicked alike. Far be it from you! Will not the Judge of all the earth do right?”  26. The Lord said, “If I find fifty righteous people in the city of Sodom, I will spare the whole place for their sake.”  27. Then Abraham spoke up again: “Now that I have been so bold as to speak to the Lord, though I am nothing but dust and ashes, 28. what if the number of the righteous is five less than fifty? Will you destroy the whole city for lack of five people?”  “If I find forty-five there,” he said, “I will not destroy it.”  29. Once again he spoke to him, “What if only forty are found there?”  He said, “For the sake of forty, I will not do it.”  30. Then he said, “May the Lord not be angry, but let me speak. What if only thirty can be found there?”  He answered, “I will not do it if I find thirty there.”  31. Abraham said, “Now that I have been so bold as to speak to the Lord, what if only twenty can be found there?”  He said, “For the sake of twenty, I will not destroy it.”  32. Then he said, “May the Lord not be angry, but let me speak just once more. What if only ten can be found there?”  He answered, “For the sake of ten, I will not destroy it.”  33. When the Lord had finished speaking with Abraham, he left, and Abraham returned home.}

1177=1000+177,
In this 1st Vision of Ellen G. White, It is where this calculation of Principal Repetition Number(PRN) 1177 PRN is basing, As on this promise Almighty God has promised the whole world to reveal the exact date and time of 2nd coming of Jesus Christ,this supports what Jesus Christ said himself when He was still on this Earth, He said no one knows the exact time of His return as His 2nd Coming, except our Holy Father the Almighty God , and now this time Almighty God is Himself allowing the Whole World to benefit from His promise that He has given to Ellen G.White on Her 1st Vision , referenced in the book entitled Early Writings below, as the Voice of Almighty God has to pass through out His prepared 144.000 Saint and by Faith , with this new discovered PRN 1177{ This Number brought a discovering of Historical based chronology  that brings the same warning and exact warning for an event initiated by William Miller expected to happen on October 22, 1844, it is going to happen on October 15th-22nd 2024, listen to this audio on YouTube, with the same challenges faced nowadays :18.[The Great Controversy: Chapter (18) An American Reformer.](Kinyarwanda),}, taken from the date of Great Apostasy of His former representative of His True Theocracy the General Conference of 7th Day Adventist Church, on 31 October 2017 as joined other Worldwide Representatives of Worldwide Protestants to sign all 1457 Signatures, with this Number 1457 makes the Year {1457 A.D, with which the Fust–Schöffer shop was the first in Europe to bring out a book with the printer's name and date, the Mainz Psalter of August 1457, and while proudly proclaiming the mechanical process by which it had been produced, it made no mention of Gutenberg. While following their current positions all Protestants who signed to End Protestantism on this World were given on the original list with whom 7th Day Adventists Signatories among others Count 1.2354152367% of all protestants counting 1457.(Surprisingly On Mar 22nd  In the year 1457 A.D Gutenberg Bible that followed the 1st Bible written in English by John Wycliffe in 1328-1384 which became the first printed book, while the Roman Catholic Church Pope Francis decided to use an exact Number of Signatures equal to the Year of the 1st New testament printed in Gutenberg , which contributed much in the protestants' reformation process)} of earlier Start Year of Reformation started when the 1st Holy Bible was finished and was initially worldwide distributed by John Wycliffe(Listen to this Audio from YouTube: 5.[The Great Controversy: Chapter (5) John Wycliffe.](Kinyarwanda), ) from United Kingdom , which clearly shows the main reason why the Roman Catholic Church considered this number linked to the Bible book prints out in Europe 1457 to become the total signatures to signify the total extermination of movements of reformation that started with 1st Holy Bible that was printed and disseminated , which permitted individual readers to discover how much the Roman Catholic Church in that ears was a purely Satanic Power to demean the Power of being Saved from Sins by only the Blood of Jesus Christ as known as to be Justified by Faith in Jesus Christ beyond saving people from their Sins through selling and buying INDULGENCES in order to obtain  Almighty God's Mercy and forgiveness as it was the main doctrinal teaching of the Roman Catholic Church Pontifex Maximus, and still from 31 October 2017 has get victory over the whole world again to get all these 1457 protestants Signatures that confirm their Unification back to the Roman Catholic Satanic Teachings , soon that will lead to the enforcement of Laudato SI' s SUN-DAY to every Human being , without considering their Innate Rights to use self consciousness of deciding which Day to Rest and worship Almighty God, while this was reserved by SATAN using Roman Catholic Pope Francis to write Laudato Si' 237 and enforce all Nations to implement it on all worldwide national levels , as a Day of Rest and Worship by Nations' Enforced Laws, as it will be followed by a Death Penalty in order to safeguard Catechism's Common Good.
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James Sr. Lead Pastor Relevant Life Church United States Claudio Lopes Senior pastor Igreja Comunidade de Cristo/Christ Community Church United States Matt Jenson Associate Professor of Theology Torrey Honors Institute, Biola University United States Angela Cloyd Executive Assistant Asbury Theological Seminary United States Rev Roger L Fries Retired Missionary; Currently Registrar Legacy Bible College Retired EFCA Pastor and District Superintendent United States Samuel D. Fornecker PhD Candidate in Divinity University of Cambridge United Kingdom Dr. Jeffrey Tirrell Curriculum Specialist for Graduate Programs Azusa Pacific University United States Nathan Bressler Youth and Worship Minister Hagerman Baptist Church United States Chris Dolson Lead Pastor Blackhawk Church, Madison Wisconsin United States Matt Carter Assoc. 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Ayars Pastor Seventh Day Adventist United States Nicholas Magomana District chairperson Methodist church Zimbabwe José Raúl Febus Adjunct professor Center for Latino Studies Pentecostal Theological Seminary United States Eugenio Duarte General Superintendent Church of the Nazarene United States David Graves General Superintendent Church of the Nazarene United States David Busic General Superintendent Church of the Nazarene United States Gustavo Crocker General Superintendent Church of the Nazarene United States Filimao Chambo General Superintendent Church of the Nazarene United States Carla Sunberg General Superintendent Church of the Nazarene United States Dr. Dave Gallagher Pastor Emeritus Palm West Community Church United States August Guillaume member Fellowship CRC Edm Canada Derek Melleby Executive Director OneLife Institute United States Gwendolyn Bowman Missionary to Spain Global Outreach United States Sergio A. 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Hicks Layman Holy Trinity Anglican Church United States Douglas Ribeiro do Espirito Santo Member Presbyterian Church of Brazil Brazil John Thuppayath Teacher Trinity Church Kollam India Jonathan Huggins Chaplain Berry College United States Jonathan Sprowl Redeemer Community United States Rev. Matthew Jolley Pastor Bury St Edmunds Presbyterian Church United Kingdom Robert White E.V. Free United States Laetitia Swart Member Dutch Reformed Church South Africa Rudolf Hebling member Willow Creek Community Church United States Wade McComas Pastor Mountain View Hermanus South Africa Filipe dos Santos Leal Reformed Baptist Brazil Jose Maria Dos Santos Adventista Adventista do Setmo Dia Brazil Felipe Da Silva Pinheiro Membro Igreja Batista de Irauçuba Brazil Carlos Costa Member Bola de Neve Church Brazil Matheus de Souza Sales Missionário Igreja Batista Brazil James A. Alves Ancion Adventist se vem day Argentina James A. Nilson Presidente Adventist se vem day Argentina Michael Larsen Lead Pastor Encounter Christian Church United States Jessica Putri Gunawan Indonesia}
Read this Promise from Early Writings: Soon we [See Appendix.] heard the voice of God like many waters(read about this voice in Revelation 14:1-5), which gave us the day and hour of Jesus’ coming. The living saints, 144,000 in number, knew and understood the voice, while the wicked thought it was thunder and an earthquake. When God spoke the time, He poured upon us the Holy Ghost, and our faces began to light up and shine with the glory of God, as Moses’ did when he came down from Mount Sinai.Exodus 24:1-18The Covenant Confirmed: 1.Then the Lord said to Moses, “Come up to the Lord, you and Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel. You are to worship at a distance, 2. but Moses alone is to approach the Lord; the others must not come near. And the people may not come up with him.”  3. When Moses went and told the people all the Lord’s words and lawsthey responded with one voice, “Everything the Lord has said we will do.” 4. Moses then wrote down everything the Lord had said.  He got up early the next morning and built an altar at the foot of the mountain and set up twelve stone pillars representing the twelve tribes of Israel. 5. Then he sent young Israelite men, and they offered burnt offerings and sacrificed young bulls as fellowship offerings to the Lord. 6. Moses took half of the blood and put it in bowls, and the other half he splashed against the altar. 7. Then he took the Book of the Covenant and read it to the people. They responded, “We will do everything the Lord has said; we will obey.”  8. Moses then took the blood, sprinkled it on the people and said, “This is the blood of the covenant that the Lord has made with you in accordance with all these words.”  9. Moses and Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, and the seventy elders of Israel went up 10. and saw the God of Israel. Under his feet was something like a pavement made of lapis lazuli, as bright blue as the sky. 11. But God did not raise his hand against these leaders of the Israelites; they saw God, and they ate and drank.  12. The Lord said to Moses, “Come up to me on the mountain and stay here, and I will give you the tablets of stone with the law and commandments I have written for their instruction.”  13. Then Moses set out with Joshua his aide, and Moses went up on the mountain of God. 14. He said to the elders, “Wait here for us until we come back to you. Aaron and Hur are with you, and anyone involved in a dispute can go to them.”  15. When Moses went up on the mountain, the cloud covered it, 16. and the glory of the Lord settled on Mount Sinai. For six days the cloud covered the mountain, and on the seventh day the Lord called to Moses from within the cloud. 17. To the Israelites the glory of the Lord looked like a consuming fire on top of the mountain. 18. Then Moses entered the cloud as he went on up the mountain. And he stayed on the mountain forty days and forty nights.}
d) "1177=1000+177"
From 0 AD to 340 AD is 340 Years.
From 340 AD to 1517 AD is 1177 Years.
From 538 AD to 1715 AD is 1177 Years.
From 1517 AD TO 2017 AD is 500 Years.
(340 years +500 Years=840 Years),
Israel has 12 tribes represented by 70 elders giving (70X12= 840 Initiation Number) deducted in Exodus 24:1-18 where Almighty God has given two stones written on them 10 commandments including the 7th Day Sabbath which 7th day Adventist General Conference has decided to hand its holiness to the ROMAN PAPACY on 31st October 2017 by signing to Unit with SATAN that works within the Apostate Protestants and inside the Roman Catholic Pagan Church led by Jesuits who vowed to exterminate all Protestants in order to get supremacy over humans' consciousness and religious freedom.  

Calculation of the "Principal Repetition Number 1177" was discovered to be based on the ROMAN JESUIT pope's SATANIC Great Victory over the current 7th Day Adventist General Conference on October 31st, 2017 defeated them when accepted to sign to unit with HIM, an event which was the year that gives a go a head to the Roman papacy to move forwards its SUN-DAY Laudato SI' 237 paragraph campaigns to enforce INTERNATIONAL SUN-DAY Land LAWS  of Laudato SI' paragraph 237 in all Nations worldwide involving Worldwide Governments Leaders and Businesses Companies Leaders under a campaign named "Our Only Future" 1.50C with 177 companies signed to move this Climate Change SUN-DAY LAWS before 2050, while Jesus Christ is going to come in 2024!!!!!!!.
2017- 840=1177 Principal Repetition Number(PRN).
*1844+177=2021, Close of Probation for SDA & enforcement of the Mark of the BEAST whose Biblical defined Number is 666(The Vicar of Son of God=The Roman Catholic Church Pontifex Maximus=Pope Francis).
*1847+177=2024,Close of Probation for NON SDA & the end of 7th plague in which will be the 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ.
*1847+1177=3024, from 2024 the final year for life on this earth to the final Time for all existed non repented Sinners to be Cast into HELL  by Almighty God and the time for the NEW Jerusalem coming from Heaven to the New Earth.

*From the New Earth Year 3024-1000 Years= 01:59'a.m 15th October 2024 the 7 plagues and 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ.


Daniel 9: 1-27; 
70 weeks= 7 weeks+62 weeks+1 week; 

Last 1 week= 7 days= 7 years= 31st/10/2017 to 31/10/2024; 

Daniel 12:1-13;
Time,Times, and Half of Time=
1260 days=42 months=3 years & 6 months, 
1290 days= 3 years & 7 Months, 
1335 days= 3 years & 8 months & 15 days.

 To determine the midst of 7 Years from 31st/10/2017 to 31/10/2024,
Take [(31/10/2024)-(1335 days= 3 years & 8 months & 15 days.)]=
(31-15)Days=16 Days
(10-8)Months=2 Months
(2024-3)Years=2021 Year;

Between 7th-16th/02/2021 is the midst of 7 years found in Daniel 9:27 as 1 week from 31/10/2017 to 31/10/2024; 
Thus from 7th February 2021 to add 1335 days bring us to the 2nd coming of our Lord Jesus Christ our Everlasting King on 15th October 2024,at 01:59'.
Then We will take journey of 7 days from this earth on 15th October 2024 to arrive on the Sea of glass in the heavenly Canaan on 22nd October 2024.
Save the date bellow:  
{Daniel 9:27 He(Pope Francis) will confirm a covenant(Total Signature Count: 1457 ) with many(– A Reforming Catholic Confession – A “Mere Protestant” Statement of Faith to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation  THE REFORMING CATHOLIC CONFESSION WHAT WE, PROTESTANTS OF DIVERSE CHURCHES AND THEOLOGICAL TRADITIONS, SAY TOGETHER “We believe…” ) for one ‘seven.’(31/10/2017 to 31/10/2024) In the middle of the ‘seven’(7-16/02/2021) he will put an end to sacrifice and offering(After enforcement of NATIONAL SUNDAY LAWS,THERE will be No more SDA Saturday Churches,SDA General Conference will shift then Church activities on Sunday to continue in the same churches it was used to be on Saturdays, no tenths and offerings will continue to be offered on Saturdays). And at the temple he will set up an abomination that causes desolation(NATIONAL SUNDAY LAWS in 2021), until the end that is decreed is poured out on him.( Pope will be killed by 7 plagues 16/02/20214 to 15/10/2024)”}
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177 Companies Have Pledged to Reach Net-Zero Emissions by UN's 2050 , Surprisingly , this United Nation(UN)'s SUN-DAY LAND LAWS promoting Companies met this number 177 , while the main target of these Laudato SI's SUN-DAY LAWS promoting Companies is matching with the discovered Year 2021 using 1177 PRN exctracting 1000 that stand for bridging the End of Old Earth 2024 and the beginning of the New Earth in 3024 where remained  Repetition Number 177 , while this number 177 stand for bridging the Year of opening Human Probation when Jesus Christ entered the Most Holiest Room of the Heavenly Sanctuary from 1844 to the Year of UN's Enforcing the SUN-DAY LAND LAWS in all Nations worldwide in the Year 2021 , become the Year of setting Up International Sun-Day Law of Laudato SI' which will give birth to the prophesied persecution by all nations against True 7th day Holy Sabbath Keepers in all worldwide Nations  and the close of Probation to All 7th Day Sabbath Adventists who neglected confessing their sins to be justified by the Faith of Jesus Christ to leave the Sinners' status and join the Saints' status  as written in 1 John 3:1-20, and after persecution in 42 months which is equal to 3 Years and 6 months that will be completed at the End of 5th plague that will last for 5 months and +2 months and 15 Days that will be completed at the End of 6th and 7th Plagues , is 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ the King of Kings on 15th October 2024 ,  Midnight at 01:59' a.m.
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e)Seven Angels With Seven Plagues Revelation 15:1-4,{1.I saw in heaven another great and marvelous sign: seven angels with the seven last plagues—last, because with them God’s wrath is completed. 2. And I saw what looked like a sea of glass glowing with fire and, standing beside the sea, those who had been victorious over the beast and its image and over the number of its name. They held harps given them by God 3. and sang the song of God’s servant Moses and of the Lamb: 1.Listen, you heavens, and I will speak;     hear, you earth, the words of my mouth. 2. Let my teaching fall like rain     and my words descend like dew, like showers on new grass,     like abundant rain on tender plants.  3. I will proclaim the name of the Lord.     Oh, praise the greatness of our God! 4. He is the Rock, his works are perfect,     and all his ways are just. A faithful God who does no wrong,     upright and just is he.  5. They are corrupt and not his children;     to their shame they are a warped and crooked generation. 6. Is this the way you repay the Lord,     you foolish and unwise people? Is he not your Father, your Creator,   who made you and formed you?  7. Remember the days of old;     consider the generations long past. Ask your father and he will tell you,     your elders, and they will explain to you. 8. When the Most High gave the nations their inheritance,     when he divided all mankind, he set up boundaries for the peoples     according to the number of the sons of Israel. 9. For the Lord’s portion is his people,     Jacob his allotted inheritance.  10. In a desert land he found him,     in a barren and howling waste. He shielded him and cared for him;     he guarded him as the apple of his eye, 11 like an eagle that stirs up its nest     and hovers over its young, that spreads its wings to catch them     and carries them aloft. 12. The Lord alone led him;     no foreign god was with him.  13. He made him ride on the heights of the land     and fed him with the fruit of the fields. He nourished him with honey from the rock,     and with oil from the flinty crag, 14 with curds and milk from herd and flock     and with fattened lambs and goats, with choice rams of Bashan     and the finest kernels of wheat. You drank the foaming blood of the grape.  15 Jeshurun grew fat and kicked;     filled with food, they became heavy and sleek. They abandoned the God who made them     and rejected the Rock their Savior. 16. They made him jealous with their foreign gods     and angered him with their detestable idols. 17. They sacrificed to false gods, which are not God—     gods they had not known,     gods that recently appeared,     gods your ancestors did not fear. 18. You deserted the Rock, who fathered you;     you forgot the God who gave you birth.  19. The Lord saw this and rejected them     because he was angered by his sons and daughters. 20. “I will hide my face from them,” he said,     “and see what their end will be; for they are a perverse generation,     children who are unfaithful. 21. They made me jealous by what is no god     and angered me with their worthless idols. I will make them envious by those who are not a people;     I will make them angry by a nation that has no understanding. 22. For a fire will be kindled by my wrath,     one that burns down to the realm of the dead below. It will devour the earth and its harvests     and set afire the foundations of the mountains.  23. “I will heap calamities on them     and spend my arrows against them. 24. I will send wasting famine against them,     consuming pestilence and deadly plague; I will send against them the fangs of wild beasts,     the venom of vipers that glide in the dust. 25. In the street the sword will make them childless;     in their homes terror will reign. The young men and young women will perish,     the infants and those with gray hair. 26. I said I would scatter them     and erase their name from human memory, 27. but I dreaded the taunt of the enemy,     lest the adversary misunderstand and say, ‘Our hand has triumphed;     the Lord has not done all this.’”  28. They are a nation without sense,     there is no discernment in them. 29. If only they were wise and would understand this     and discern what their end will be! 30. How could one man chase a thousand,     or two put ten thousand to flight, unless their Rock had sold them,     unless the Lord had given them up? 31. For their rock is not like our Rock,     as even our enemies concede. 32. Their vine comes from the vine of Sodom     and from the fields of Gomorrah. Their grapes are filled with poison,     and their clusters with bitterness. 33. Their wine is the venom of serpents,     the deadly poison of cobras.  34. “Have I not kept this in reserve     and sealed it in my vaults? 35. It is mine to avenge; I will repay.     In due time their foot will slip; their day of disaster is near     and their doom rushes upon them.”  36. The Lord will vindicate his people     and relent concerning his servants when he sees their strength is gone     and no one is left, slave or free. 37 He will say: “Now where are their gods,     the rock they took refuge in, 38 the gods who ate the fat of their sacrifices     and drank the wine of their drink offerings? Let them rise up to help you!     Let them give you shelter!  39 “See now that I myself am he!     There is no god besides me. I put to death and I bring to life,     I have wounded and I will heal,     and no one can deliver out of my hand. 40. I lift my hand to heaven and solemnly swear:     As surely as I live forever, 41. when I sharpen my flashing sword     and my hand grasps it in judgment, I will take vengeance on my adversaries     and repay those who hate me. 42. I will make my arrows drunk with blood,     while my sword devours flesh: the blood of the slain and the captives,     the heads of the enemy leaders.”  43. Rejoice, you nations, with his people,    for he will avenge the blood of his servants; he will take vengeance on his enemies     and make atonement for his land and people.  44. Moses came with Joshua son of Nun and spoke all the words of this song in the hearing of the people. 45. When Moses finished reciting all these words to all Israel, 46. he said to them, “Take to heart all the words I have solemnly declared to you this day, so that you may command your children to obey carefully all the words of this law. 47. They are not just idle words for you—they are your life. By them you will live long in the land you are crossing the Jordan to possess.”  Moses to Die on Mount Nebo 48. On that same day the Lord told Moses, 49. “Go up into the Abarim Range to Mount Nebo in Moab, across from Jericho, and view Canaan, the land I am giving the Israelites as their own possession. 50. There on the mountain that you have climbed you will die and be gathered to your people, just as your brother Aaron died on Mount Hor and was gathered to his people. 51. This is because both of you broke faith with me in the presence of the Israelites at the waters of Meribah Kadesh in the Desert of Zin and because you did not uphold my holiness among the Israelites. 52. Therefore, you will see the land only from a distance; you will not enter the land I am giving to the people of Israel.” }

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