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The Catholic Inquisition and The Torture Tools

Most people have some knowledge of the holocaust. The 6 years of torture and atrocities that the Jews suffered under Hitler and the Nazis during the Second World War. While in no way downplaying the terrible events of the holocaust, such a massacre does not compare to the severity to the torture and murder that Read More

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Does Peter have the Keys to Heaven?

For most Catholics, the authority of the Pope as derived from Peter is the main cornerstone of their faith. For others, it is the lifesaver to fall back on when all else fails. The Lord clearly stated that upon His divinity as “the Son of the living God,” and His role as the Messiah He Read More
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Exposing the Papacy

None, but the Lord God, could have described beforehand office of the Pope and Papacy. Man could never have anticipated the Papacy only God foretells it. That a power claiming to act for God, to be “as God,” in the midst of the Christian Church, flouting His truth and mocking His own Holiness, defies imagination. Read More

True Polish Christian History


Very few people realize that Poland had a distinctive Christian history before Roman Catholicism took control of the nation in the late 16th century. In this interview, filmed in Poland,  Richard Bennett and Peter Slomski gives a true account of Polish Christian history.

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.

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 its Church to be founded on the Apostle Peter alone.  This is the lynchpin of Roman Catholicism.

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 of the Patrick of old.
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The Catholic Origins Of Protestant Eschatology

by W. J. Mencarow Generally speaking there are four approaches to understanding the scope of the book of Revelation:  Idealism, Futurism, Preterism and Historicism. Two were invented by Roman Catholicism and one of the two is taught by most Protestant churches. Idealism Idealism, also known as the Spiritual approach, “spiritualizes” many, if not most, passages 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