The influence of Thomas Aquinas

In this radio broadcast former Roman Catholic Priest Richard Bennett, discusses the influence of Thomas Aquinas, the forerunner to Liberation Theology and its eventual manifestation in modern socialism. Starts at the  :27 minute mark. PlayStop X MP3jPLAYLISTS.MI_0 = [ { name: "The influence of Thomas Aquinas", formats: ["mp3"], mp3: "aHR0cHM6Ly8wMmQ3Y2RiLm5ldHNvbGhvc3QuY29tL2JlcmVhbmJlYWNvbi9hcmNoaXZlcy9hdWRpby9hdWRpby9UaG9tYXNfQXF1aW5hc19pbmZsdWVuY2UubXAz", counterpart:"", artist: "", image: "true", Read More
0

Is the Pope the antiChrist?

That a power claiming to act for God, yet flouting His truth and mocking His very Holiness, defies imagination. Nonetheless, fraud and false pretenses have ruled the world for ages, from the very same seven-hilled city where Pope Francis now reigns.

The Papal Claim to Have the Keys of the Apostle Peter

Pastor W. J. Mencarow, along with Richard Bennett, clearly documents the historical facts behind the Papal power pretensions. The Lord clearly stated that upon His divinity as “the Son of the living God,” and His role as the Messiah He is, in fact, the Rock on which His Church is built.  Nonetheless, the Papacy declares Read More

The real Saint Patrick

Patrick, like so many of the godly men of history, found God’s favor in the riches of the grace of Christ.  This was the theme echoing throughout the testimony of Patrick, in his own words “I am greatly God’s debtor, because he granted me so much grace.” A stark contrast to the Roman Catholic captivity Read More
0

Why Does Rome Oppose Christ’s Way of Salvation?

Scriptural Meaning of Justification The precise import of the term “to justify” is clearly seen in that it is the exact opposite or contrast to the term “to condemn.” “It is God that justifies. Who is he that condemns?” (Romans 8:33-34)1 Condemnation is not a process by which a good man is made bad, but Read More

0

Icons: Visions of the Spiritual World in Orthodoxy?

In recent years, icons have captured the imagination of many Christians and non-Christians alike. The Eastern Orthodox Church is well known for its use of icons. This paper examines the history, purpose, and use of icons and asks the question: are they contrary to the Scripture? A pictorial1 icon2 is an image (generally two dimensional) Read More

0

Pope Francis Courts Islam to Oppose Christ’s Gospel

As huge numbers of Islamic migrants continue to stream into Europe from the Middle East, there is great concern among Western people.  Nonetheless, even with this astonishing background, Pope Francis continues to promote Islam.  Instead of warning people against the dangers they face from the onslaught of migrating Muslims from across the world, Francis has Read More

0

500 Years Later the Papacy Is Still Antichrist

By Richard Bennett and Stuart Quint The propaganda machine of the Roman Catholic Church is ramping up in 2017. Rome continues to execute its grand strategy geared toward ignorant evangelicals defined at Vatican Council II over 50 years ago: “…little by little, as the obstacles to perfect ecclesial communion are overcome, all Christians will be Read More

0

Are Eastern Orthodox Bishops Really High Priests?

The office of the Bishop is essential to the continuation of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Without the bishops, the Orthodox Church would cease to exist. This paper briefly examines the historical development of this ecclesiastical structure and compares the concept of the Orthodox Bishop with the bishop or overseer as described in the Scriptures.1 The Read More