The Artotyrite Church
is a Christian faith based on the teachings of the Prophet Montanus and the beliefs of the original Artotyrite
Church whose origins date back to 156 A.D.
To learn more about the Origins of the Artotyrites.
The Artotyrites derive
their name from the fact that we add cheese, instead of wine, to the bread in the Eucharist. (Greek, artos,
barley-bread, and turos, cheese.) This is because sheep's milk is symbolic of Eucharistic
wine and Christian doctrine which feeds the soul, and also of the fact that the first men offered the Lord the
fruits both of the earth and of their flocks (Gen. iv. 3, 4).
To learn more about the Artotyrite doctrine of the Eucharist.
In honor of Eve who
first ate of the Tree of Knowledge, the Artotyrite Church was the first Christian faith to admit women to the priesthood.
To learn more about the role of women in the Artotyrite Church.
The Artotyrites have
been labelled "heretics" by the Roman Catholic Church, but "heretic" only means "one who
chooses," and heresy means simply "a choice." (Greek, hairesis, choice.) A heretic is one
who chooses his own creed, and does not adopt the creed authorised by the national church.
To learn more about other "Heresies" of the First and Second Centuries A.D.
Prophecies are part
of the Artotyrite tradition. In order to provide this service on our site, we have relied on randomly-selected
quotes from the Chinese I-Ching.
To access random prophecies.
Donations to the Artotyrite
Church will support Prayers for Peace and will be forwarded to appropriate Charities working to help the wounded
and their families.
To support George
Walker Bush is to endanger one's immortal soul and reject the society of Jesus Christ.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Robert Jackson, America's senior representative at the 1945 Nuremberg war crimes trials, and the tribunal's chief
prosecutor, said:"We must make clear to the Germans that the wrong for which their leaders are on trial is
not that they lost the war, but that they started it. And we must not allow ourselves to be drawn into a trial
of the causes of the war, for our position is that no grievances or policies will justify resort to aggressive
war. It is utterly renounced and condemned as an instrument of policy."
Martin Luther King
said: ". . . I knew that America would never invest the necessary funds in rehabilitating its poor so long
as adventures like Vietnam continued to draw men and skills and money like some demonic destructive suction tube.
So I was increasingly compelled to see the war as an enemy of the poor."