Massachusetts Saturday Afternoon Fall 2005
Here is a talk that Anthony Morris gave at a local congregation in 2005, titled ''Beware of the Birdcatcher.'' He has everyone laughing in stitches in the first fifteen minutes. The congregation loves every minute of his talk. The sad part is that there are many lies and exaggerations throughout the whole talk. Here is one experience that is hard to believe!
A young woman who is studying with the Jehovah's Witnesses shares a brochure with a local Catholic priest. He enjoys what he reads and decides to leave the priesthood. The young woman and the priest soon get married. They both begin a study. The priest comments:
'' What I have learned in a few weeks I could not have learned in 10 years in the Seminary."
Really? The priest resigns, gets married, an learns more from a brochure than years at a Seminary school. Here is what you study at Seminary school:
In seminary, you'll spend your years studying philosophy, Latin, Greek, Gregorian chants, dogmatic and moral theology, exegesis, canon law, and church history, just to get you started. Program length varies based on prior education and the amount of time you can devote to it, but a typical student enrolls in four years of graduate-level theology, and zero to four years of undergraduate philosophy and/or spiritual years.[