The Bible and the Priest of Rome

Charles Chiniquy

This is all of chapter 1 of Fifty Years in the Church of Rome by Charles Chiniquy My father, Charles Chiniquy [pronounced, “Chi-ni-quay”], born in Quebec, had studied in the Theological Seminary of that city, to prepare himself for the priesthood. But a few days before making his vows, having been the witness of a great iniquity in the high quarters of the church, he changed his mind, studied law, and became a notary. Married to Reine Perrault, daughter of … Continue reading →

Young Lawyer Abraham Lincoln Refuses Payment for his Services from Charles Chiniquy

Charles Chiniquy

The excepts below are from chapter 58 of Charles Chiniquy’s book, “Fifty Years in the Church of Rome.” Abraham Lincoln had not only defended me with the zeal and talent of the ablest lawyer I have ever known, but as the most devoted and noblest friend I ever had. After giving more than a year of his precious time to my defense, when he had pleaded, during two long sessions of the Court of Urbana, without receiving a cent form … Continue reading →

The Priest, Purgatory, and the Poor Widow’s Cow

Charles Chiniquy

This was taken from the first part of chapter 5 of Fifty Years in the Church of Rome By Charles Chiniquy. The day following that of the meeting at which Mr. Tache had given his reasons for boasting that he had whipped the priest, I wrote to my mother: “For God’s sake, come for me; I can stay here no longer. If you knew what my eyes have seen and my ears have heard for some time past, you would … Continue reading →

The Attractions of the Roman Catholic Church

Robert Lewis Dabney

Today I read the biography of Dorothy Day, (November 8, 1897 – November 29, 1980) an American journalist, social activist, and Catholic convert. (Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Day) I wondered, “Why would anybody who was raised a Protestant be attracted to the Roman Catholic Church to the point of embracing it and its doctrines?” I myself went the opposite direction, from Catholicism to Protestantism. But there have been other famous public figures throughout history who have converted to Catholicism. Examples are former British … Continue reading →

Charles Chiniquy Becomes Motivated to Stop Drinking

Charles Chiniquy

The text is from chapter 28 of Charles Chiniquy’s book, “Fifty Years in the Church of Rome“. If you don’t know who Charles Chiniquy is, I hope you learn about him for I highly regard him as a type of Martin Luther of North America. More about Charles Chiniquy. The first man I met was Dr. Douglas, who was waiting for me at Mr. C. Glackmayer’s room. He confirmed what I had known before of the number of sick, and … Continue reading →

The Papacy Proved to be The Antichrist Predicted in The Holy Scriptures

Pope Francis, the Vicar of Christ.

This is part 2 of CHRIST AND ANTICHRIST OR JESUS OF NAZARETH PROVED TO BE THE MESSIAH AND THE PAPACY PROVED TO BE THE ANTICHRIST PREDICTED IN THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. BY THE REV . SAMUEL J. CASSELS It was published in 1846. The author, Samuel J. Cassels, was a Presbyterian minister. All true Christians already know that Jesus is Nazareth is the Messiah or they wouldn’t be Christians. What most Christians today don’t know is the papacy, the office of … Continue reading →

Lupus Occultus: The Paganised Christianity of C. S. Lewis

What C.S. Lewis really believed

by Jeremy James C S Lewis is well known among born-again Christians as a ‘Christian’ writer, someone whose inclusive religious viewpoint is of particular relevance to the world we live in today. I would hope to show that this perception of Lewis is not only gravely mistaken but that it arose through deliberate misdirection on the part of Lewis himself. In 2008, after 33 years as an active participant in the New Age movement, I finally came to Christ. As … Continue reading →

The Vatican in World Politics

The importance of this book cannot be exaggerated. Properly understood, it offers both a clue and a key to the painfully confused political situation that shrouds the world. No political event or circumstance can be evaluated without the knowledge of the Vatican’s part in it. And no significant world political situation exists in which the Vatican does not play an important explicit or implicit part.

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The Vatican Billions

Jesus, the founder of Christianity, was the poorest of the poor. Roman Catholicism, which claims to be His church, is the richest of the rich, the wealthiest institution on earth.

How come, that such an institution, ruling in the name of this same itinerant preacher, whose want was such that he had not even a pillow upon which to rest his head, is now so top-heavy with riches that she can rival – indeed, that she can put to shame – the combined might of the most redoubtable financial trusts, of the most potent industrial super-giants, and of the most prosperous global corporation of the world?

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Union with Rome – Christopher Wordsworth

The late Right Reverend Christopher Wordsworth, DD, Bishop of Lincoln. Illustration for The Illustrated London News, 28 March 1885.

The full title of this book is UNION WITH ROME “Is not the Church of Rome the Babylon of the Book of Revelation?” AN ESSAY BY CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, D.D. Christopher Wordsworth (9 June 1774 – 2 February 1846), was an English divine and scholar. Within the Anglican tradition, “divines” are clergy of the Church of England whose theological writings have been considered standards for faith, doctrine, worship and spirituality. A received this book from my good cyberspace friend and brother … Continue reading →

VATICAN NEWS: United Nations, Pope Francis I “Jesuit Order” 666 “ANTICHRIST”

The Jesuit logo. The initials IHS stand for the three Egyptian deities, the Jesuits worship, Isis, Horus, and Seb.

This is a well made short documentary that covers important history of the German Nazi / Vatican connection most people are ignorant of. I value the history in this documentary but not specific Seventh Day Adventist doctrines such as Sabbath day keeping. Fact: There is NO emphasis in the New Testiment on Sabbath day keeping! Just read Acts chapter 15. The Gentiles were commanded to keep only FOUR precepts! Act 15:28  For it seemed good to the Holy Ghost, and … Continue reading →

Refuting Pope Francis and the Roman Church

Introduction This is an article from Richard Bennett who was a Roman Catholic priest and who later left the Roman Catholic church and became a Protestant minister. Just read his testimony and you will see he is a sincere man who is a truly born again child of God in Jesus Christ who escaped the clutches of Rome! I myself am also a former Roman Catholic and can testify that Richard Bennett knows what he is talking about. Dear Friend, … Continue reading →

Samuel F. B. Morse on Popery

Samuel Finley Breese Morse (April 27, 1791 – April 2, 1872) was an American painter and inventor. After having established his reputation as a portrait painter, in his middle age Morse contributed to the invention of a single-wire telegraph system based on European telegraphs. He was a co-developer of the Morse code, and helped to develop the commercial use of telegraphy. (Taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Morse) Nearly everybody with even an high-school education has heard of Samuel Morse. He is famous for … Continue reading →

The Power Behind American Politics

Rulers of Evil

Rulers of Evil – Useful Knowledge About Governing Bodies by F. Tupper Saussy is one of the most enlightening books about the political world that I have ever read. I guarantee that if you read it, you will see the world in a totally different light. To borrow a metaphor from the film “Matrix”, you will choose to take the “red pill” by reading this book, even reading just the first chapter which I am posting here! You can order … Continue reading →

Enemies of America Unmasked – By J. Wayne Laurens

Enemies of America Unmasked - BY J. WAYNE LAURENS

The alternate title of this book is “The Crisis”. It was first published in 1855 by G.D. Miller. I am trying to find information about the author, J. Wayne Laurens, but so far I can’t come up with anything. Anybody know? I like to stick with well known authors, but because the information and insights that Laurens submits are similar to other authors I do know, I felt led to post his book on my website. And it is not … Continue reading →

Preterism, Futurism, Historicism – 3 Schools of Interpretation of Bible Prophecy

Henry Grattan Guinness - (11 August 1835 – 21 June 1910), an Irish Protestant Christian preacher, evangelist and author.

I consider this article a key resource to understand why and how eschatology as understood by the evangelical world today is all messed up! If you are waiting for the “rise of the Antichrist” I highly urge you to read this! It is not long. I copied it from a 10 page PDF file somebody either sent me or I found on the Internet. It quotes a lot from an author who I highly regard, Henry Grattan Guiness, who wrote … Continue reading →

A Candid History Of The Jesuits – Joseph McCabe

The Jesuit logo. The initials IHS stand for the three Egyptian deities, the Jesuits worship, Isis, Horus, and Seb.

AUTHOR OF “THE DECAY OF THE CHURCH OF ROME” ETC, LONDON EVELEIGH NASH 1913 This is a work in progress. I am attempting to make this work more accessible on the Internet. You can download the PDF file here . PREFACE It is the historic custom of the Church of Rome to enlist in its service monastic or quasi-monastic bodies in addition to the ordinary clergy. In Its hour of greatest need, at the very outbreak of the Reformation, the … Continue reading →

“Ravening Wolves” by Monica Farrell

ravening wolves

“Ravening Wolves” is yet another Jesuit suppressed book that the Vatican does not want you to read! It outlines the “Catholic Action” persecution of Orthodox Serbs by Roman Catholic Croatians during World War II. Even Wikipedia covers some of the truth of that history. But I sure wasn’t taught it during history class while attending Roman Catholic St. Florian elementary school in Chicago! If you think the murder of non-Roman Catholics by the Catholic church ended with the St. Bartholomew’s … Continue reading →