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Catholic Infiltration of the Charismatic Movement

By Richard Bennett The Catholic Charismatic Movement began in 1967 in the USA and since then it has spread to all nations where the Catholic Church exists.  Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul II, and the present pope, Pope Benedict XVI, have all acknowledged it.  Pope John Paul II even delcared that the movement was Read More

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The Papal Exploitation of Pentecostalism

Dear Brethren, The Papacy is ever looking for ways to implement its ecumenical agenda. Its goal is to draw all Evangelicals into the folds of the Roman Catholic Church. Vatican Council II officially proclaimed this objective in its documents in the mid 1960’s. However, the Papacy’s problem was how to find entry points into Evangelical Read More

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The Alignment of New Evangelicals with Apostasy

By Richard Bennett Evangelicals throughout the centuries have maintained that justification by faith alone is the way in which sinful human beings are in Christ made right before the all Holy God. Justification itself is a judicial declarative act on the part of God alone by which He declares that only in Christ is a man Read More

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Evangelicals Embark to Papal Rome

Many Evangelicals in our day know little of what the true Gospel really means.  As a result, many New Evangelicals hasten Rome-ward at the expense of their heritage.  The New York Times on May 30, 2004, carried news of the alliance called “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” (ECT) showing it as a movement that is changing the face Read More

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Evangelicals Embark to Papal Rome

Because many Evangelicals have a poor grasp of the Gospel, biblical doctrine, and church history, they leave themselves vulnerable to Roman Catholicism.  The Papacy, ever the enemy of Evangelicals, has been very adept at assessing these weaknesses.  Fifty years ago, Rome successfully devised new methods by which to snare unsuspecting Bible believers into its net. Read More

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The Gift of Salvation: ECT II The Lie Documented

On November 12, 1997, a document entitled “The Gift of Salvation” was signed and published by Evangelical and Roman Catholic leaders.  Its expressed intention is to demonstrate the “common Faith” of Evangelicals and Roman Catholics and to further “acknowledge one another as brothers and sisters in Christ.”  Since the gift of salvation according to the Scriptures is Read More

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The Roman Catholic Agenda Embedded in the Manhattan Declaration

EDITOR’S NOTE: Of the original 152 Signers, over 100 were “Evangelicals,” including Dr. Daniel Akin, President, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Randy Alcorn, Founder and Director, Eternal Perspective Ministries, Leith Anderson, President of National Association of Evangelicals, Kay Arthur, CEO and Co-founder, Precept Ministries International, Dr. Mark Bailey, President, Dallas Theological Seminary (Dallas), Ken Boa, President, Read More

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Are Catholics Christians?

While one analyzes Catholicism in the light of biblical faith, one reaches an irrefutable answer and the outcome must also be carefully investigated.  Many Evangelicals will be dismayed that such a question need even be asked.  Moreover, the question will be totally abhorrent to those in ecumenical movements, such as “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” and “Christian Churches Together.”  Thus, Read More

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Rome Commands You Baptist Ecumenists to Surrender!

On September 5th 2000, the RC document “Dominus Iesus”[1] (DI) was issued by Joseph Cardinal 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]  DI has been “ratified and confirmed” Read More

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The Catholic Lutheran Accord Clashes with Christ

Dear Friend, While apostasy is predicted in Scripture, it still comes as a shock to see it face-to-face.  The apostasy in the October 31, 1999, Roman Catholic Church and The Lutheran World Federation “The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification was called “a milestone in Christian history” “the end of reformation” and other similar statements Read More