Hi, everyone. I personally struggle with asking for help on certain topics because I'm afraid, due to dealing with incredibly mean-spirited Christians in the past, that people will look down on me, thinking I'm stupid for getting tripped up over a certain issue. Well, I ran a search here on Rapture Forums and in other search engines to see if there was anything pertaining to this topic and I pretty much got nowhere... so here I am. I hope someone is kind enough to answer this inquiry because it's really gotten under my skin. Let me see how to word this simply enough... Okay then... On Instagram there is a page called: sabbath_is_not_sat_or_sun. Viewing his content I get the impression that they're probably a hyper legalist. Well, I saw a recent post of theirs. It was a photo of steepled churches in an idyllic neighborhood and this is their caption on the image, word for word: A high place is a place of worship such as church, temple etc. It's called high place, because in ancient days the Hebrews (and others) would build a place of worship on a high hill. These places of worship were usually pagan temples and altars. The average high place would have an altar (2 Kings 21:3; 2 Chron. 14:3), a carved wooden pole that depicted the female goddess of fertility (Asherah),a stone pillar(Steeple) symbolizing the male deity (2 Kings 3:2), other idols (2Kings 17:29; 2 Chron. 33:19), and SOME TYPE OF BUILDING (1 Kings 12:31;13:32; 16:32-33). At these places of worship the people sacrificed animals (at some high places children were sacrificed according to Jer. 7:31), burned incense to their gods, prayed"..... Today, go into any inner city in the United States, and go to the Hebrew community. There you will see many churches / places of worship lined up on just about EVERY street. Some streets have 3 and 4 churches on one block, there are many instances where it’s more churches on a street than there are residential buildings. In the community where I was raised, there are 21 churches in a 1 mile area. And the Hebrews continue to build high places (churches) by the dozens. It's estimated that there are over 65,000 Hebrew owned "places of worship" across the U.S. They are usually marked by having steeples, crosses, obelisk (stone pillars), or graven images SUCH AS THE STATUTE OR LIBERTY which is actually Apollo (Satan) on the outsides of them. This is why the Most High do not live in temples made by human hands ( Act 7:48) "You have despised My set apart things and profaned My sabbaths.” ( Ezekiel 22:8). They continue to transgress the commandment which the Most High YAH set forth for them…. They continue to give esteem and worship to the Roman/Greeks god “Jezus Christus” on Sunday “Sun Worship” and Saturday “Saturn’s Day” using a Roman Catholic Calendar... In Lev 26:1 which says, "'DO NOT MAKE IDOLS OR SET UP AN IMAGE OR A SACRED STONE FOR YOURSELVES, AND DO NOT PLACE A CARVED STONE IN YOUR LAND TO BOW DOWN BEFORE IT. They continue to celebrate unscriptural traditions of men: False Sabbath Day, Christmas, Easter, New Years, Halloween. Their one sentence, "They continue to give esteem and worship to the Roman/Greeks god “Jezus Christus” on Sunday “Sun Worship” and Saturday “Saturn’s Day” using a Roman Catholic Calendar..." is what's gotten under my skin. I've never seen Jesus referred to as "Jezus Christus" before. When I typed it in the search here on Rapture Forums, not a single article came up. When I ran "Jezus Christus" through other search engines, a lot of the results that popped up were in languages that I couldn't understand. So I'm a bit thrown here. Is it wrong to refer to Jesus as 'Jesus?' Because that's what they seem to be implying. Again, I think they're a hyper legalist and I should probably just ignore the account... but that photo caption has really gotten under my skin. If anyone could elaborate and shed some light on the possible errors in their theology... I'd GREATLY appreciate it. It's been causing a bit of vexation for me. For the record, I apologize if this was somehow discussed at some point in some other thread. But like I said, I ran a search and nothing came up, so that's why I'm inquiring about this. There's so much misinformation on Instagram. Most of the time I can see the theological errors in a lot of posts, but this one... ... this one threw me. Simply because I've never seen Jesus referred to as "Jezus Christus" before.