Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The New Pope, Jesuits and Socialism

UPDATE:  Some good stuff on the Roman church and the papacy by John MacArthur:
Catholicism is no more Christian than Islam. THAT statement will offend 1,000,000,000 people... and it is TRUE ...
UPDATE on the Jesuits:  Chris Pinto is doing a special radio program today, March 22, an overview of the Jesuit Order: Part 1, The Jesuits and the Counter-ReformationHe covers a lot of the history of Catholicism up to the Jesuits as well.    And here's the show for March 23:  Part 2, The Engineer Corps of HellIn this part the abominable Jesuit Oath is partially quoted. 

UPDATE, the Malachy Prophecy:
Learned a few days ago that it's possible this new Pope may yet be regarded as the Petrus Romanus of the Malachy Prophecy, the last Pope of the prophecy, based on the fact that Peter, or Pietro, was one of the given names of Francis of Assissi, whose name this Pope has taken.

UPDATE March 22:
This is to add a radio interview of Dr. Ronald Cooke on the Jesuits in our world today by Chris Pinto done back on March 12 and 13.  They are still active, their objective is to destroy Protestantism and reinstate the Roman  papacy as the ruler of the world.  And here is Part Two of this interview.

UPDATE March 18
Unfortunate big news is that "evangelical" Rick Warren called for prayer for the cardinals in electing a new Pope, which ought to be a red flag to Christians that Rick Warren is part of the apostasy and not part of the Church.  And, how sad, apparently John Piper who has generally been regarded as a trustworthy Reformed preacher, continues to align himself with Rick Warren.  Sad things are coming to light in this time of the Great Apostasy as supposed "Protestants" betray the Reformation and the millions who died for the gospel under the Roman Inquisition.
{--Info from Ken Silva's Apprising Ministries.}

UPDATE  March 16
Pope Francis also said some had suggested jokingly that he, a Jesuit, should have taken the name Clement XV “to get even with Clement XIV who suppressed the Society of Jesus” in the 1700s.
Some joke.  The Jesuits already got even with Clement XIV.  They poisoned him.  And he knew it.  See quote below.
But of course this is now to be denied.  Searching on this you'll turn up websites denying it and classing it with false conspiracy theories.  We'll probably get a lot of this sort of thing now that there is a Jesuit Pope, the aggressive whitewashing of the Jesuits, who USED to be well known for their behind the scenes manipulations enforced by murder, and they were feared by kings and Popes.  Books galore were written about them, but over the last century all that history has been suppressed.   It's time it got revived and made known again.

Here are some quotes on the Jesuits from John Adams, Lincoln, Napoleon and others.
"My history of the Jesuits is not eloquently written, but it is supported by unquestionable authorities, [and] is very particular and very horrible. Their [the Jesuit Order’s] restoration [in 1814 by Pope Pius VII] is indeed a step toward darkness, cruelty, despotism, [and] death. … I do not like the appearance of the Jesuits. If ever there was a body of men who merited eternal damnation on earth and in hell, it is this Society of [Ignatius de] Loyola."
 John Adams (1735-1826; 2nd President of the United States)
"The Jesuits…are a secret society – a sort of Masonic order – with superadded features of revolting odiousness, and a thousand times more dangerous."
Samuel Morse (1791-1872; American inventor of the telegraph; author of the book Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of the United States)
"The Jesuits are a MILITARY organization, not a religious order. Their chief is a general of an army, not the mere father abbot of a monastery. And the aim of this organization is power – power in its most despotic exercise – absolute power, universal power, power to control the world by the volition of a single man. Jesuitism is the most absolute of despotisms – and at the same time the greatest and most enormous of abuses."
  Napoleon I (i.e., Napoleon Bonaparte; 1769-1821; emperor of the French)
"It is my opinion that if the liberties of this country – the United States of America – are destroyed, it will be by the subtlety of the Roman Catholic Jesuit priests, for they are the most crafty, dangerous enemies to civil and religious liberty. They have instigated MOST of the wars of Europe."
 Marquis de LaFayette (1757-1834; French statesman and general. He served in the American Continental Army under the command of General George Washington during the American Revolutionary War.)
“Alas, I knew they [i.e., the Jesuits] would poison me; but I did not expect to die in so slow and cruel a manner.” (1774)
Pope Clement XIV (Who had “forever” abolished the Jesuit Order in 1773)
"The war [i.e., the American Civil War of 1861-1865] would never have been possible without the sinister influence of the Jesuits."
  Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865; 16th President of the United States)

Chris Pinto also has some information on the Jesuits here
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March 13
So no Pope Peter the Roman after all, so is the Malachy prophecy all blown to bits?  Now we have Pope Francis, a first for that name and another first in his being a Jesuit.  A man of austerities who rejects the luxuries of his office and probably will as Pope too.  Probably a Communist.  I mean that seriously.

Been wanting to get up a post about the connections between Communism and Rome, may yet.  Look forward to what Chris Pinto has to say about all this.

Later:  Worldview Weekend is doing a program with Brannon Howse and Chris Pinto about this that I won't get to see because it's only available to subscribers to Worldview Weekend.  Although I like some of the things Howse does I wouldn't subscribe even if I could afford to, which I can't.   Two reasons:  1)  If this becomes a common practice on the web anyone with limited resources is going to have to choose very carefully what information we are willing to pay for;  and 2)  Brannon Howse was very vocal against Jonathan Cahn's Harbinger, showing his LACK of discernment in that particular instance.

But this is from Howse's blurb for the program:
One headline spoke of his commitment to social justice which is one of the eight areas that I have detailed as a major focus of the Jesuits. Here is the headline: Pope Francis profile: Argentine cardinal known as humble conservative who preached social justice
Yes, "social justice" is a code word for socialism (as "progresive" is a code word for Communism) and it happens to have been coined by a Jesuit in the 19th century, some time before Marx came along.  It's also interesting to consider that Marx was trained by Jesuits.

So that will no doubt be Chris Pinto's theme when he gets to his radio show on the subject.   

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Demonic Deceptions in the Heaven stories. (Mostly about the Colton Burpo story Heaven Is For Real)

Well, I've now read both The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven about Alex Malarkey, and Heaven Is For Real about Colton Burpo, boys who claim to have actually visited Heaven during surgery for life-threatening conditions, Alex at age six and Colton just before he turned four.

I've already written posts on these books because you really don't have to read such things to know just from a few reports on them that they are not Biblical and should never have been published.  HOWEVER, if only because so many complained that I hadn't read them I finally did.

The main thing I learned is just how sincere these people seem to be and how much they themselves believe in what they are writing about.  There is no hint of any kind of conscious deception that I could detect in either case, from the books or from some videos I've seen either.  I don't have any reason to doubt the sincerity of anyone involved.

Nevertheless, the stories are so patently unbiblical the sincerity only makes the whole thing all the more disturbing.  I'm alternately angry and sad for these people, but more angry in the end because such stories can only serve to deceive others and contribute to the growing apostasy of the churches.  But who is there to be angry with?  

There have been many such experiences by NONChristians over the last few decades but those are easy enough to answer from a Biblical perspective.  But these people seem to be true Christians, average Christians, Todd Burpo is even a pastor, they quote the Bible, they claim to follow the Bible.

First, how is it they are so gullible that they themselves don't doubt the source of these things?  And second, if they were simply too carried away by emotion over the fact that their boys nearly died, to be able to be objective, how is it that others didn't help them face the truth?  Did  nobody they know try to tell them they are trusting in a deception?  Nobody?  The many other Christians in their lives, pastors, whole congregations of people who prayed for them?  They all seem to have been just as taken in. 

Even pastors wrote testimonials to the Burpo book.  And then there are the supposedly Christian publishers of the books too.  Tyndale, Thomas Nelson?

If I'm going to be angry at someone there seem to be plenty of candidates, and the writers of the books may be the least culpable in the end.

Here is a video of an interview with Todd Burpo, Colton's father, in which he says that some people don't believe the story, and that seems to be his sole concern.  In fact throughout the book he is at pains to demonstrate the authenticity of Colton's reports about his experiences of Heaven, through his knowing facts he couldn't have known from any other source.

But this is tremendously naive of him.  The problem isn't that the story isn't credible, I find it quite credible myself as far as its being a true report of a real experience Colton Burpo had, and hearing both Todd and Colton talk about it only adds to the credibility.  The problem is that it is not Biblical.  And if it's not Biblical then you have to look for another source of the experience than Heaven.  You SHOULD, it seems to me, especially if you are a pastor, immediately know that the source must be demons.   Demons would know all those things that Colton had never been told, they would be able to create an illusion of Heaven, complete with impersonations of "Jesus" and the grandfather and sister Colton had never known.

This is hard stuff to have to face, I would think, if you are the Christian parent of a child who had such an experience, but what other explanation could there possibly be?

Both of the fathers, Kevin Malarkey and Todd Burpo, insist that the experiences their sons had ARE Biblical, that they merely confirm the Biblical record.  Here's a video giving a brief critique of the Colton Burpo book.  I don't think this critique is right to accuse the Burpos of "making money" off this book as if that is their only motive.  My own take is that they are quite sincere about the value of the story and think it could be an encouragement to others. 

But the critique does touch on some of the unbiblical aspects of the account.  Does Jesus have a horse that is rainbow-colored?  Well, in the Book of Revelation He is depicted as riding on a white horse.  Does the angel Gabriel sit on the left hand of God (as Jesus sits on the right)?  Scripture reports Gabriel saying he "stands before God."  Burpo even quotes this, saying it confirms Colton's experience, which is odd since it so clearly contradicts it.  Does the Holy Spirit "look kind of blue" and "shoot power" down to Colton's father when he's giving a sermon? 

The video also points out that Colton's finding out things he couldn't otherwise have known doesn't prove the source was God but is probably demonic.   The naivete Todd Burpo shows about that is probably what bothers me most about his account, as I say above, since over and over he is at such pains to prove Colton really did have such an experience. 

But the second most disturbing thing may be the vagueness of the gospel the book presents.  For some period soon after his experience Colton was very concerned about people dying without "knowing Jesus," or without "having Jesus in their heart."  When the question is asked why Jesus had to die on the cross, the answer he gives is "So we could go see His Dad"[p.111].  Is this the gospel?  Nothing about sin, disobedience of God as keeping us from His presence, nothing about Jesus paying for our sins with His own suffering and death in our place?  Nothing about our need to repent of our sins?  No, nowhere in the book.

And the third thing that disturbed me was how seriously they take Colton's experiences as a true revelation of what Heaven is really like, of God, of Jesus, of the afterlife for a Christian, ON A PAR WITH THE BIBLE.  Or maybe this is really the MOST disturbing of all.  They do seem to think it doesn't contradict the Bible, but on the other hand they talk of having a new understanding of things, of having learned this or that about Heaven that they couldn't have known just from the Bible itself.  They take a great reassurance from this experience that for some reason they never got from the Bible alone, the same kind of reassurance they think the book also holds for others.  They are now looking forward to meeting the child that was miscarried before Colton was born because they believe Colton met her in Heaven and is describing her accurately.  Why couldn't they simply have believed that the baby was in God's hands without such an extrabiblical revelation?  King David expected to see his son by Bathsheba in heaven although he died in infancy.  Shouldn't any believer have the same faith simply based on that account? 

The blurb on the back cover of the book promises that
"Heaven is for Real will forever change the way you think of eternity ..."
Why should Christians need a new way of thinking of eternity?  The Biblical revelation isn't sufficient?   The blurb goes on:
"...offering the chance to see, and believe, like a child."
 The Bible doesn't offer that chance?  Odd, Jesus seems to expect that of us without other revelation.

There are other things about the book that are disturbing.  In Alex Malarkey's heaven experience the angels all have wings, which is in itself a contradiction with the Biblical account, in which angels always appear as men, and it's also a contradiction with Colton's experience, where even the people in heaven have wings.  He had wings himself while he was there.  He also said that people there had "lights" over their heads which Todd Burpo interprets as halos.  But there are no halos in scripture.  In fact both wings and halos trace back to pagan and Catholic imagery, not Biblical.  And I'd also mention that they refer to some Catholic friends who wanted to know if Colton saw Mary.  He said he did.  And there is no hint that Catholicism is anything but Christian in their minds.

In other words the overall effect of this book is to UNDERMINE the authority of the Bible and undermine the true Biblical faith.

I should also mention that when Colton Burpo saw Akiane Kramarik's portrait of "Jesus Christ" he said it looked just like the Jesus he himself saw in heaven.  Akiane Kramarik is another who went to "heaven" as a young child.  I did a post on her a while back.  Her descriptions of her experience are so clearly NOT Christian but completely New Age that Todd Burpo's accepting anything about it takes his own spiritual judgment as a Christian pastor to a new low.

The most disturbing thing of all about both these accounts taken together, the Malarkey story and the Burpo story, is that it is Christians who experienced these things -- how they could not recognize that they are deceptions, but also why God would let them have such experiences at all.  Is their very lack of discernment a clue to the answer to this question?  I'm wondering.  The Malarkeys in my judgment seem to have a better understanding of salvation and the gospel than the Burpos, but maybe this is the wrong direction to be wondering in.  Is it then a test and they failed it because of their lack of discernment, their willingness to believe this extrabiblical deception?  I don't know. 

The idea that my child had an out-of-body experience engineered by demons would upset me no end, but it would be better to KNOW that than to be taken in by the delusion.  The prayers in that case should be AGAINST the experience, that the child would be freed from it, that the deceptions would be exposed and cast down.  AND that the parents examine themselves as well to see if they are in the faith, as scripture instructs us. 

That doesn't seem to be happening.  We've apparently got an enormous number of "Christians" out there who fall for this stuff.  THAT is disturbing.

The gullibility of Christians these days, and in fact the rise in this very sort of supernatural experience, the plots of demons, the presence of demons in our world more and more it appears, is just part of the growing Great Apostasy of the end days. 

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Watching America Go Down.

I don't follow Alex Jones but maybe I'm going to start.  He seems to have connections that make him less than completely trustworthy, and he has the reputation of a conspiracy thinker, so for those reasons I've avoided him, but I just watched this recent video which echoes my own feelings so well I'm going to post the link to it.  

He does get into some topics I can't judge, and toward the end he gets into stuff about how our food is being poisoned and that sort of thing, which to my mind spoils his presentation, so that's a caveat (not that I know whether there's any truth to it or not I must admit).  But the rest is about taking away our guns and I know that's a genuine looming reality.  I know too many ordinary "liberals" who think it's a great idea to destroy the Second Amendment and actually force the other half of the nation who don't agree with them into submitting to their political agenda.  Forced confiscation of guns, government agencies arming for something big, government troops gearing up to fight US the People, American citizens!  While your average liberal denies such a thing is possible.

The New World Order is a huge black cloud in the background of all this too, its movers and shakers no doubt pulling the strings on the American situation as well.  There are of course liberals who don't see anything wrong with a World Government, ai yi yi yi yi, how bad can things get?  (A lot worse than I could ever have dreamed even though we've been seeing it coming for years, and so much worse yet to come it seems even than what we're seeing unfold before our eyes.  And we just sit here and watch it come too, not really knowing what to do or not having any clear means to do anything about it anyway.)

And maybe the most depressing thing of all is that the CHURCHES aren't responding to the threat.  Oh here and there some are, some pastors are speaking out, some discernment ministries are raising up warnings.  But so little for such a huge threat.  I hope I'm wrong but I have the impression that Christians are for the most part just going along having church as usual, with their thoughts more on their own private lives than the real dangers looming over our heads.  Politics of course occupies many and maybe even with more sense of urgency these days, but the usual political solutions couldn't even rise to the level of a Band-aid on the problems we're seeing building up. 

As Alex Jones says in the video, we need people seeing what's coming and standing up and shouting about it at the top of our lungs. 

I turn on Christian radio and hear the usual messages, the usual sermons, the usual awful music.  Good enough messages for some other time.  The occasional note of warning, but only from a speaker here and there.  The whole radio station should be shouting the warnings by now, I think.  And the churches.

But the churches are doctrinally compromised these days and not strong enough in the fundamentals to be awake to much that's going on.  Doctrinal blindness is going to lead to general blindness.  So we've got these "heaven" stories for instance that it seems some true Christians actually believe.  I have to write more on these as I've been reading more myself on it.  It's SO sad.   Then there's that History Channel program about the Bible I just started hearing about.  That's not the Bible at all, just a bunch of children's stories, rewritten for political correctness even.  Yet Bill O'Reilly calls the program "fundamentalist?"  Well, his "Christian" beliefs are shaped by Catholicism which doesn't even support the book of Genesis any more, so he knows nothing and yet his opinion is going to influence others.  So is that Bible program itself which is more compatible with Catholicism than with Biblical fundamentalism anyway, such are the ironies we are seeing right and left these days. 

I'm depressed.  A Christian isn't supposed to be depressed, but I'm depressed.  I want to write more about all these things and I'm too depressed to do it right now.

Setting us up for the police state

Been hearing for some time now from a number of sources how various government agencies have been arming themselves to an extraordinary degree, all during this period of stepped-up assault on the Second Amendment in the effort to take OUR guns away from us. 

The most depressing part is the supposed use of pictures of ordinary Americans as targets.   Those who want to take away our guns don't seem to mind leaving us vulnerable to be targets for the very forces the Second Amendment was intended to protect us from.  Of course some of them are no doubt ignorant of all this, won't believe it anyway, just "right wing propaganda," right? 

But even the targets themselves don't seem to be paying attention.  Got this in email this morning, seems like a good one to post: 

Wake Up Christians indeed!
For example, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has purchased over 2 billion rounds of hollow-point ammunition (enough to wage a 30-year war); the DHS has purchased over 7,000 AR-15s. The DHS calls them Personal Defense Weapons (PDW). These are the same semi-automatic rifles with high capacity magazines that when you and I buy them are called “assault rifles.”

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

History Channel Bible Series: How dead can Christianity get but still think it's alive anyway?

Aaaargh.  More denatured Christianity.  Just heard about this series on The Bible on the History Channel.  I don't have TV so I can't watch it but I heard a good thorough report on it. 

Character misrepresented, God's purposes obscured, shorn of the gospel implications in the Old Testament stories, politically correct to the extent that Isaac is not clearly identified as the heir to the Covenant, and that homosexuality is left out of the Sodom account, but people are carrying on as if this is some kind of triumph for Christianity? 

THAT's depressing.  How much worse can things get?

Just had to say that much.  May be up to more later.

Monday, March 4, 2013

Reading "The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven" finally

UPDATE:  The mother of the boy of the book title disclaims all connection with the book.

After writing the post below I found Beth Malarkey's blog and was very interested to see that she denies any connection with the book about her son's experiences of heaven and in fact disagrees with it.  She is very clear on at least one page I read there that she's quite content with what the Bible has to say about heaven and doesn't support extrabiblical revelations. 

This of course makes me want to know the whole story, the true story.  How does such a book get written against the beliefs and feelings of the people involved?

Unfortunately the poor woman has been plagued by people who have read the book and want to talk to Alex, apparently thinking he's some kind of seer with words of wisdom to impart.

In one of her blog posts she says she called the ninistry Grace to You and had a good conversation with Phil Johnson who had written an article about the phenomenon of heaven books.  The link above goes to that article.

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April 28:  Thanks to Beth who found this blog and wrote a nice comment on it, below. 
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This book is promoting deception

I got another comment on one of my "heaven" stories posts, complaining that I hadn't read the book about Alex Malarkey, saying how inspiring the book is.  Well, as a matter of fact I got the book some time ago and had been meaning to read it, and finally now I am reading it.

My first impression is that these are Christian people, living for Christ, living by faith, intending to give glory to God in all things, telling the truth as they know it.  They lived through the tragedy of their son's becoming a quadriplegic at age six in a car accident, who should have died but survived against all odds and seems to be a happy person and a witness for Christ some nine years later.  Hundreds if not thousands of people from their own church and other churches prayed for Alex right after the accident.  The story is a wonderful testimony of the rallying of Christians to help in tragedy through prayer and practical means.

It IS good to know all this.  I believe they are sincere people who came through a terrible tragedy.

The part I have a problem with is Alex's experiences of visiting heaven, and of angels and demons that were continuing in his life years after the accident.

I don't doubt that he had and has such experiences, I just have huge doubts as to their source and their purpose.  I also don't WANT to have these doubts.  I wish I could just believe it's all true and means exactly what it is understood to mean by the people involved with Alex, because NOT believing it all as written raises questions that are very disturbing.

If you don't think too hard about it the images aren't in themselves unbelievable but you do have to not think.  Pure white angels with wings, beautiful colors in Heaven, the presence of Jesus when comfort is needed.  What's unbelievable, really, comes from the knowledge that the only experiences of heaven described in scripture were given to a very few, Isaiah and Ezekiel of God's Old Testament prophets, and Paul and John in the New Testament.  It makes no sense that God would give such experiences to anyone since then, least of all to completely unknown children.

The book does quote scripture including warnings to trust scripture over experience among other very good teachings.  You can't really fault any way scripture is quoted and interpreted.  Nevertheless the experiences reported by Alex aren't in accord with scripture. 

IF the experiences are not from God why would God allow them to occur to a young boy who as far as anyone could possibly judge from the story was truly born again at the time?

That is a disturbing question, but all I can say is I have to remain disturbed about it because I can't just believe that God DID give these experiences.  There are too many things that bother me about them.

God.  "No man has seen God at any time" says Scripture.  But Alex saw "God" as a very large man, but only his body, not his face, the idea being that you can't see God's face and live.  Is this what Scripture is saying?  I haven't studied all the references enough to know, but it doesn't "feel" right that you could see PART of God and not the rest of him.  But what's more disturbing is that Scripture says "God is a Spirit" yet Alex says he saw his BODY.  The only bodily form God appears in is Jesus Christ.

Alex also claims to have actually talked with "God" in an undecipherable language, like "speaking in tongues" which was heard by others in the room.  This "talking" would go on for some time apparently.

Although "Jesus" is said to have been present in a few situations he is mostly just a reassuring presence and tells Alex he's going to be fully healed.  Is this really Jesus Christ?

What about angels being all white and having wings?  In Scripture there are cherubims that have six wings, and seraphims that have four wings, but there is no mention of angels having wings as such.  Angels, such as Gabriel, appear as men, and are not described as having wings. 

I've heard stories of some people who have experienced what must have been angels but they look like ordinary men.  I believe they were angels from the context of the story, such as the woman who survived being in one of the towers when the planes hit on 9/11.  A "man" held a door open for her and others who were trying to escape.  He was the only person she saw that day who smiled.  He told her she was going to be all right.  She didn't realize until much later that he must have been angel.  I think she had to be right about that.

Bill McLeod, who was pastor of a Canadian church that experienced a big revival in the 70s, described being in South America with his wife during those years, for some ministry purpose but without addresses or any way to connect with the people they were to meet as the information had never reached them, and on two occasions total strangers gave them the information they needed, one even leaning forward on a bus to tell them which stop to get off at.  Total stranger.  Had to be an angel.

These angels didn't have wings.  Neither did Gabriel or Michael in the scripture.  Why do Alex's angels have wings?

And so many in Alex's room?  Why so many?  The only time many angels appear in scripture at once is as warriors fighting for the whole nation of Israel.

Which brings up another question.  Alex also sees "demons" and Satan himself at times.  But the angels don't seem to be present at those times, which is odd since supposedly angels protect us from demons.  In scripture Michael the angel who is in charge of Israel fights off Satan's hordes. 

And another thing.  "Michael" is depicted in Alex's vision as sitting near the throne of God writing down things that happen on earth.  Michael who is the Protector of Israel?  Something is wrong here.

Also Satan is depicted as ugly in the extreme, bony, with three heads and fire for hair and flaming eyes and so on and so forth.  Alex says he never appears any other way.  Also the demons are ugly and have fire for hair.

But Satan "appears as an angel of light" says scripture.  And if nothing else pagan religions have images of demons that take many different forms, from ferocious and ugly to beautiful and apparently benign, and sometimes their practitioners experience such beings too. 

What is going on here?

If someone reading this book takes all these images at face value won't they be likely to think all pretty supernatural beings are friendly and couldn't possibly be evil entities?  Wouldn't that be a deception that would mislead them into trusting beautiful-appearing but actually evil beings?

What is going on here?

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Trinity Foundation article on Rome

 
Dear Friend,
 
We have just posted our latest Trinity Review - "Rome's Sham 'Year of Faith' Is Unfaithful to Christ and His Gospel" by Richard Bennett and Timothy Kauffman. With the resignation of Benedict XVI effective February 28, 2013, Rome will no doubt continue its program of bringing back "Separated Brethren" to the fold of the Roman Catholic Church-State, no matter who the next Pope is. The call of the Bible is clear to all Bible believers: "Come out from among them and be separate, says the Lord" (2 Corinthians 6:17); and "Come out of her, my people, lest you share in her sins, and lest you receive of her plagues" (Revelation 18:4). Please visit our website or click the links to read the latest Trinity Review. Thank you.

Cordially,
Tom Juodaitis
President
The Bible alone is the Word of God.