The Cunning Genius of the Vatican Papal System

As the history of the structure of the Catholic Church is alarming, an exposure of its system is essential. Biblical and historical analysis of the Papal system is required so that its influence can be prevented. In dealing with Papal Rome, it is utterly important to remember that “those who do not learn from history Read More

Revival in times of decay

Preaching in times of revival and in times of societal decay. PlayStop X MP3jPLAYLISTS.MI_0 = [ { name: "Revival in times of decay", formats: ["mp3"], mp3: "aHR0cHM6Ly8wMmQ3Y2RiLm5ldHNvbGhvc3QuY29tL2JlcmVhbmJlYWNvbi9hcmNoaXZlcy9hdWRpby9hdWRpby9SZXZpdmFsX2luX1RpbWVzX29mX0RlY2F5Lm1wMw==", counterpart:"", artist: "", image: "true", imgurl: "" } ]; MP3jPLAYERS[0] = { list:MP3jPLAYLISTS.MI_0, tr:0, type:'MI', lstate:true, loop:false, play_txt:'Play', pause_txt:'Pause', pp_title:'Berean Beacon', autoplay:false, download:true, vol:100, height:50, cssclass:'nostop flip fullbars', Read More

Pope Francis: Stalwart Reformer or Diehard Pontiff?

The serious question that is proposed in this video requires an answer. Many people across the world are convinced that Pope Francis is a resolute reformer. However, when you carefully analyze Francis' modus operandi, his purpose of portraying himself as a reformer is revealed. On the other hand, in Francis' first encyclical letter, the diehard Read More

Is John Paul II Blessed in the Sight of God?

When Pope John Paul II was alive, he traveled to many different nations of the world receiving a great deal of adulation and veneration. Since his death in 2005, he continued to be adored across the world. Soon, however, the Catholic Church officially designed the religious devotion. From May 1st 2011, the date of his Read More

Pope Francis Shows His True Colors

Cardinal Bergoglio, once elected, chose the name Pope Francis in honor of St. Francis of Assisi. St. Francis was known to be a softhearted lover of nature. Accordingly, Pope Francis cleverly implied that he would be similarly unassuming, kind, and harmless. On the other hand, from his first speech and his subsequent presentations, he has Read More

The First Martyrs of the Reformation

This video features Historian Sinclair Horne as interviewed by Richard Bennett. Patrick Hamilton and George Wishart were the first martyrs in Scotland. Their lives and their martyrdom were the trigger to set the Reformation on the right course in Scotland and later across the world. The program was made on location at two historical settings Read More

The Counter Reformation and the Jesuit Order

IIgnatius of Loyola founded the  Roman Catholic Jesuit order in 1530 as a means of countering the work of God in the reformation. PlayStop X MP3jPLAYLISTS.MI_2 = [ { name: "The Counter Reformation and the Jesuit Order", formats: ["mp3"], mp3: "aHR0cHM6Ly8wMmQ3Y2RiLm5ldHNvbGhvc3QuY29tL2JlcmVhbmJlYWNvbi9hcmNoaXZlcy9hdWRpby9hdWRpby9SZXNwb25zZV9vZl90aGVfUGFwYWN5X3RvX3RoZV9SZWZvcm1hdGlvbl9QYXJ0X0kubXAz", counterpart:"", artist: "", image: "true", imgurl: "" } ]; MP3jPLAYERS[2] = { list:MP3jPLAYLISTS.MI_2, tr:0, Read More

A Bride of Christ

Former Roman Catholic Nun, Mary Ann Pakiz, had been attracted to the Church thinking that she might best serve the Lord as a bride of Christ. Only to discover abnormal life and lesbianism within the convent.  Some of what Mary Ann has to say is very disturbing but it still must be made open as Read More

Overview of the history of the Papal Church

The Papal Church is a magnificently rich, splendidly housed political and ecclesiastical power headquartered in Rome. It stands in stark contrast to what started there in the first century with pastors ministering to small congregations. The differences are graphic. The early home churches under their pastors looked to the authority of the Word of God Read More