Candles, crucifixes and confusion invading modern Evangelical churches. Listen as Richard Bennett traces the modern emergent church movement back to the ecumenical plans set forth in the Second Vatican council in the early 1960’s.
The Vatican has been the most powerful institution in Europe, and although its influence declined at the time of the Reformation, it has made a significant recovery in the past two centuries. The Protestant nations of Europe that were religiously, politically and economically freed from a totalitarian Roman Church seem now to be blindly returning to her yoke.
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 circumstances.
A person calling himself Evangelical is professing to be committed to the Gospel of Christ as proclaimed in Scripture. The true Gospel demands separation from all who teach another Gospel. As the Apostle declared, “But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. As we said before, so say I now again, if any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.”3
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.
Catholic Political Coercion is what the Catholic Church thrived on for many years throughout the Middle Ages. Although her methods have changed, her goals have never changed. Her ability to grow in strength and numbers was and still is in proportion to her legal agreements (concordants) with other nations throughout the world. This video with Read More
As the history of the structure of the Catholic Church is alarming, an exposure of its system is essential. Biblical and historical analysis of the Papal system is required so that its influence can be prevented. In dealing with Papal Rome, it is utterly important to remember that “those who do not learn from history Read More
Cardinal Bergoglio, once elected, chose the name Pope Francis in honor of St. Francis of Assisi. St. Francis was known to be a softhearted lover of nature. Accordingly, Pope Francis cleverly implied that he would be similarly unassuming, kind, and harmless. On the other hand, from his first speech and his subsequent presentations, he has Read More
Richard Bennett exposes Pope Francis’s meeting with the Lutherans on the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation. Just as the primary response of the Roman Catholic Church to the Biblical faith of the Reformers was the Counter-Reformation through the Jesuits, now Pope Francis a Jesuit leads the Roman Church’s endeavors to overturn the Reformation. Thus Read More