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Slovakia and the Political Influence of the Catholic Church

Since the legal agreement, know as a concordat, between the Vatican and Slovakia in the year 2000, there have been serious problems for believers in Slovakia. In this interview with Richard Bennett, Jan Sichula, and Ivan Hlavanda, Slovakians explain what has happened, the repercussions, and what true believers in different nations should do in similar Read More
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Where do Evangelical ECT signatories now stand?

The fanfare of Jubilee Year 2000 continued when on May 13th Pope John Paul II gave his homily at the occasion of the beatification ceremony for Francisco and Jacinta Marto at Fatima, Portugal. (For those unfamiliar with Fatima, in 1917, a vision claiming to be Mary appeared to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal.) What Read More

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Biblical Unity in the Lord and Papal Conformity

The unity for which Christ Jesus prayed in John Chapter 17 is a unity that already exists.  His intercession is not an appeal to produce unity among His own.  It is a prayer to the Father in Heaven to preserve the unity that already exists.  Therefore, He prayed, “Holy Father, keep through thine own name those whom thou hast Read More

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The Passion of Christ – Mel Gibson’s Vivid Deception

By Richard Bennett and J. Virgil Dunbar There seldom had been a movie that had created such favorable publicity and anticipation in the Evangelical community than The Passion of Christ.  A tidal wave of excitement swept the church and the movie world.  On Catholic Ash Wednesday, 2004, the film appeared in theaters across America.  Evangelical Read More

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Newman’s Eucharist Devotion

However Newman’s mystical Jesus is simply the age-old temptation of looking to a physical substance to obtain life. In this video Richard Bennett and Michael de Semlyen analyze the consequences.

Pentecostal and Emerging Techniques to Enlarge the Catholic Ecumenical Movement


As a a former Roman Catholic priest who practiced modern Charismatic teachings such as speaking in tongues, Richard Bennett exposes how the Charismatic and Pentecostal churches are falling into the hands of the Roman Church and apostasy.

Rome Exalts Her Throne

Where do the Evangelicals stand now. On September 5, 2000, the Roman Catholic document called, “Dominus Iesus” was issued by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger; head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Carrying the full authority of an official Vatican decree, it declares the Roman Catholic Church to be the only “instrument for the salvation of all humanity.” Dominus Iesus has been “ratified and confirmed” by “The Sovereign Pontiff John Paul II.”

The Modern Ecumenical Apostasy


Former Catholic Priest Richard Bennett contrast his testimony of Biblical salvation with the alignment and apostasy of the modern Evangelical Church.