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Biblical Unity or Papal Conformity?

by Richard Bennett and Michael de Semlyen On Sunday, March 12 2000, the first Sunday of Lent, the Pope presided over a solemn ceremony called “The Day of Pardon” in St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome, in which he asked God for forgiveness for the historical wrongs of the Roman Catholic Church (RCC). The ceremony was presented Read More

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An Analysis of Michael Novak

By Richard Bennett Michael Novak was a Catholic apologist, a novelist, and a diplomat. He is especially known for his book, “The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism.” A highlight of his career, for which he received much addulation, was his article called, “How Christianity Created Capitalism.” In 2012, it still has prominence on the “Acton” website.1 Read More

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The Structure of the Roman Catholic State-Church

The structure of the Roman Catholic Church is a totalitarian hierarchy.  Its position as the restored Holy Roman Empire is depicted in the Bible.  It must never be forgotten that the Roman Papacy is an absolute, unlimited, tyrannical monarchy—a worldly, secular government.  It has its territorial dominions; it has its advocates, ambassadors, ambitious plans, army, Read More

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The Roman Catholic Socialist Agenda

Dear Brother, Following biblical principles regarding how we live and provide for our families and ourselves brings stability and well-being into the societies in which we live.  At the present time, socialism is on the rise and the Catholic Church is helping to advance it with her socialistic agenda.  The attack on the United States Read More

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Papal Promotion of Collective Ownership and Theft

Dear Friend, A biblical understanding of economics is one of the gifts that God gives to sustain us, believer and non-believer alike.  Biblical economic principles are to be treasured as they bring some degree of stability and wellbeing into societies.  This current Pope, like his predecessors, is flagrantly denying private property and basic biblical economic Read More

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Papal Rome Exalts Her Throne

On September 5, 2000, the Roman Catholic document called, “Dominus Iesus”[1] was issued by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger; head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.[2]  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.”[3]  Dominus Iesus Read More

Alignment of New Evangelicals With Apostasy


A clear call to biblical separation from Rome and “Protestants” who teach and practice Roman Catholic doctrine. Richard Bennett as a former Roman catholic priest demonstrates the advantage he has in rebuking wayward Protestants as they fall into Romish errors regarding salvation.  Focusing on the backsliding of men like Chuck Colson, J.I. Packer, John Stott, Pat Robertson, Bill Bright (Campus Crusade) & others (like the two Jesuits) who signed the Evangelicals and Catholic Together (ECT) documents, he shows how these men are upholding the Antichrist (the Papacy) and the teaching of the Council of Trent.
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The Fiscal Cliff Crisis and the Catholic Socialist Offensive

While the Global Financial Crisis is rocking the world’s economies, Biblical principles regarding how we live and provide for our families and societies are ignored. Instead, the nations of the world are taking their cue from the Roman Catholic Church that seeks to eliminate private property in favor of socialism. Popes well before Francis have Read More
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The Vatican Endorses Evolution and Rejects Genesis

By Matthew Cserháti Introduction If you ask an average Catholic person what they think about the creation/evolution debate which is raging across America and Europe it is highly likely that they’ll respond by saying that they basically have no problem with integrating evolution with their Catholic faith. A common response is that since the pope, Read More

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Catholic Compromise with Darwinist Evolution

In his October 23, 1996, address to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Pope John Paul II showed himself to be the epitome of a theistic evolutionist. Concerning the origin of life and evolution, the Pope laid out the problem he would address, “How should the conclusions reached by the diverse scientific disciplines be brought together Read More