All posts by Shaun Willcock

Billy Graham: Servant of Rome, Not Servant of Christ

Billy Graham, PDF format

Billy Graham died on the 21st February 2018, at the age of 99.  He was, beyond question, one of the most influential men in modern history.  It has been estimated that he preached to something in the region of 200 million people, in at least 180 countries and territories of the world.  And hundreds of millions more heard him via radio, TV, film, etc., so that some estimates of the numbers he reached go as high as 2.2 billion people.[1]  Millions think of him as a wonderful Christian and the world’s greatest preacher. Continue reading

Samson: the Movie vs. Samson: the Bible Truth

Samson the Movie, PDF format

In 2018 Samson, the latest screen version of the biblical hero and judge of Israel, was released.  It purports to bring the story of Samson to life for the big screen.  But it fails miserably, because it does not stick to the biblical account.  In typical filmmaking tradition, those who made this movie felt that they could improve on the Bible.  Essentially this was saying, “The account in God’s Word is good, but we can do better.  We can flesh it out, add lies to the truth, and basically re-tell the story in a more exciting and believable way.”  Of course the filmmakers did not actually utter these very words or anything like them, but in essence this is what they did. Continue reading

An Unbiblical “Day of Prayer” in South Africa’s Parliament

An Unbiblical Day of Prayer in SA’s Parliament, PDF format

Angus Buchan’s “Day of Prayer” in the South African Parliament

On the 24th November 2017, prominent South African Charismatic preacher, Angus Buchan, was the speaker at a “Day of Prayer” held in the South African parliament.  “Church” leaders from all over South Africa were invited, and attended.  And not surprisingly, Buchan and his followers hailed it as a wonderful blessing and a sign of great things to come in South Africa.

But it was not. Continue reading

Rhodesia Betrayed by the West, Zimbabwe Destroyed by Marxism and Mugabe

Rhodesia, Zimbabwe, Mugabe, PDF format

“When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.” (Proverbs 29:2)

On the 11th November 1965, Prime Minister Ian Smith of Rhodesia declared UDI (Unilateral Declaration of Independence) from Britain.  Exactly 52 years later, on the 21st November 2017, Robert Mugabe, the evil tyrant and dictator of Zimbabwe – which was what Rhodesia was renamed when his Marxist terrorists took power in 1980 in a fraudulent election overseen by Britain – was finally forced to resign by members of his own party. Continue reading

The Reforming Catholic Confession: “Protestants” on the Way to Rome

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part Four), PDF format

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part Four)

Shaun Willcock

The Historic Protestant Institutions’ Protest against Rome is Over

  The 31st October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. 

  On this day in 1517, an obscure German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the castle door in Wittenberg, Germany – and sparked a spiritual, political and social revolution which shook the world. Continue reading

Rome and the Reformed Institutions

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part Three), PDF format

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part Three)

Rome and the Reformed Institutions

Shaun Willcock

The Historic Protestant Institutions’ Protest against Rome is Over

The 31st October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

On this day in 1517, an obscure German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the castle door in Wittenberg, Germany – and sparked a spiritual, political and social revolution which shook the world.  Continue reading

Rome and the Lutheran Institution

The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation (Part Two)

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part Two), PDF format

Shaun Willcock

The Historic Protestant Institutions’ Protest against Rome is Over

  The 31st October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

On this day in 1517, an obscure German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the castle door in Wittenberg, Germany – and sparked a spiritual, political and social revolution which shook the world.  Continue reading

The Reformation’s Accomplishments and Errors, and the End of Its Protest

The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation (Part One)

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part One), PDF format

Shaun Willcock

The Historic Protestant Institutions’ Protest against Rome is Over

  The 31st October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. 

  On this day in 1517, an obscure German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the castle door in Wittenberg, Germany – and sparked a spiritual, political and social revolution which shook the world. Continue reading

Jesuits on the Big and Little Screens in 2017

Jesuits on the Big and Little Screens in 2017, PDF format

  With a Jesuit sitting in the seven-hilled city as Pope Francis I, and the Jesuit Order holding the Vatican in a grip of iron, the Order is on top of the world, riding a wave of global power and authority and enjoying celebrity status. 

  The pontificate of Francis I is the reign of Jesuitism. 

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Portugal’s Fires 2017: What the Pope Blesses, the Lord Curses

Portugal's Fires 2017 and the Papal Blessings, PDF format

“And now, O ye priests, this commandment is for you.  If ye will not hear, and if ye will not lay it to heart, to give glory unto my name, saith the Lord of hosts, I will even send a curse upon you, and I will curse your blessings: yea, I have cursed them already, because ye do not lay it to heart.” (Malachi 2:1,2)

  In the Scripture above, the Lord sent a curse upon the Jewish priests, and cursed their blessings.  For they were false priests.  This can mean He cursed what they had been blessed with; but also, that He cursed the blessings they pronounced on others.

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