"How can you have order in a state without religion ? For, when one man is dying of hunger near another who is ill of surfeit, he cannot resign himself to this difference unless there is an authority which declares ‘God wills it thus.’ Religion is excellent stuff for keeping common people quiet."Although Christianity is a guild with The Church merely an institution preserving and supporting it, both are outgrowths of the same world executive seeking to control its masses, through state-mandated religions intended to render its citizenry harmless.
When people joyfully accepted the salvation plan of God that the rightful Son-of-God explained to
them 2,000 years ago, they partnered-with-God under a loose fellowship called, "The Way." And after three-hundred years of an increasing number of people ceding their loyalty not to Rome but to "The Way," Rome decided to reinvent the 'hope and faith of The Way' into a religion it could control.
A first clue to the ignominy of Rome having anything to do with God, is shown from the simple word, "Conquer." God does not conquer; only tyrants do. So obviously it was a demonic vision that someone in Constantine's retinue reported and that he plagiarized—if really a vision and not the plot of a scheme—for as it's now been revealed, the cross is Lucifer's earthly mark, loosed for Constantine to use as a Christian symbol, despite our Creator disqualifying all graven images.
Upon this obviously well-planned use of “a vision” did Caesar Constantine have his court devise a Universal Church based on rule-form of the Roman Senate, including it's secret encouragement of sex, drugs and usury in order to totally replace The Way, by conquering Godly wannabes with concessions the Son-of-God warned us against taking (see "Beware the Leaven"), and by legalizing all religious gatherings to make cults focus in on themselves, so he wouldn't have to defend religious battles he'd not win.
Once the Roman Church cemented its place in history, Constantine's successor Emperor Theodosius I decreed eighty years later (392AD) that Roman Christianity was the only legal religion of the Empire, thus extending its wimpish humanism, religious jingoism and pure fantasy into this very day.
From then the Roman Church has grown so exclusively grand that it extends the inner evil of Roman Rule into our time, in such overwhelming manner that every church organization—even in dissenting spin-off—tries to transcend the Roman style only to default to it in the end.
Our Christian churches today won't do that, or challenge sinful behavior at all, much less recognize any, because they themselves are sinful (without God's conscience), as evidenced by today's co-mingling of grand hypocrisies and nebulous platitudes that sing, "What Would Jee-sus Do?" -and, "Love the sinner but hate the sin" – which God obviously did not know about when flooding the earth. Besides we all know that if these churches weren't politically correct and didn't properly jingo-ize, they might lose a dollar or three.
Middle-ages phraseology tells us plainly that God is not mocked. (Galatians 6:7). In that day, etymology of the term mock meant, 'imitate.' Of late the word has evolved to signify contemptuous ridicule or derision. In truth, no person can do either to God as He is above and outside it all.
In the first instance of the word "mock," knowing they could not get God to countenance a religion based on Him, Constantine's church reduced God's holy image to their liking and turned the Son-of-God Joshua into a "Jee-sus" character they could control.
The Church can now, in all its multitudinous incarnations, mock both God via a false god named Jehovah, and the Son-of-God with its false Jesus character, by having formulated pseudodeities that promote Church ways—even to allowing ridicule and derision when needed—à la "tail-wagging-the-dog" scenarios similar to when Television’s "The Monkees," substituted for Beatle-mania.
Unrealized is that a major example of church mockery lies deeply in Catholic Nunneries, where cloistered women are married off to their Jesus character as if members of his worldwide Harem, These cloisters were originally designed to receive wanton priests, only now as spiritual harems, these nuns play host to insatiable incubi every night somewhere around the globe.