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Pope Francis Covers Up His Promotion of Islam

Comment by Richard Bennett On Monday, January 11, 2015, Pope Francis tried to cover up his promotion of Islam by a condemnation of the Jihadists of the Islamic State.  Pope Francis told members of the international Diplomatic Corps in the Vatican on Monday that every true religion promotes peace, and by contrast, religious extremists who Read More

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Islamic Ecumenism Deceives and Attacks Christians

Dear Friend,                         Deceptive ecumenical outreaches in the Christian world have been persistent in the last forty years.  An Islamic outreach to that Christian world is quite unique, however.  Because this Islamic overture to peace is so insidious and has been so well received by some major players, it is extremely important to analyze it.  The Papacy is involved Read More

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The Bishops’ Oath Prior to Vatican Council II

This oath of allegiance to the Pope and to the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church was mandatory for every Bishop who participated in the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). This document provides useful insights into the main doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church.  The first part of the document – not included here – is Read More

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Roman Catholic Perversion of the True Early Church

  By Richard Bennett How could anyone conceive that modern Roman Catholicism would supplant the church described in the New Testament? The Apostle Paul would never have recognized the institution that calls itself the Church of Rome nearly 2000 years after he had written his Epistle to the early true believers in Rome.  For instance, Read More

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Liberation Theology Infused in Western Thinking

Latin American liberation theology has for the most part been a movement identified with the Roman Catholic Church.  It is in fact just the tip of the iceberg; the principles that it proclaims have affected western society.  Much of the present welfare societies in the USA and in Europe are just different expressions of the Read More

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Fellowship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

Spiritual communion with God is our essential life as Christians.  It is the prerequisite to all revival.  This fellowship is the work of the Holy Spirit as He is the Spirit of all grace and sanctification.  The beauty and the glory of our communion with God show the emptiness all the attractiveness of the world.  The glory and excellence Read More

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Baptism in the New Testament

The glorious history of the Reformation has been entangled in the whole question of the efficacy of the waters of baptism.  It appears that impressive Gospel message of salvation by God’s grace alone, through faith alone, and in Christ alone has been ensnared by a Reformed tradition.  In the Reformed and Presbyterian world, a huge conflict has Read More

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The Practice of Idolatry Within the Church

By Richard Bennett and Randall Paquette Praise for Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” resounded from pulpit to pew.  It is evident that there are many Christians who, without reservation, are prepared to accept movies about “Christ,” even one in the Catholic tradition.  The question, therefore, that must be asked is this: In the Read More