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Catholic Mysticism and the Emerging Church

First we must define just what the term ‘mysticism’ means.  Mysticism is an attempt to gain ultimate knowledge of God by a direct experience that bypasses the mind.  As practiced by those who claim to be Christian, mysticism not only bypasses the mind, but it circumvents Christ Jesus as mediator.  For centuries, the Roman Catholic Church has assimilated Read More

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The Mindset of Catholicism Permeating Evangelicalism

by Richard Bennett  Many Evangelicals in our day know little of what the true Gospel really is. As a result, many New Evangelicals have embraced Roman Catholic ways of thinking. On May 30, 2004, the New York Times carried news of the alliance called “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” (ECT) showing it as a movement that Read More

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The Papacy’s Exploitation of Pentecostalism

Dear Brother, 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 pro-claimed 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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The False Ecumenism of the Present Day

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 and fifty years ago formulated new methods by which to snare unsuspecting Bible believers into its net. The Read More