Category Archives: Rome and Ecumenism: General

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

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

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

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

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

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

Roman Pope and Russian Orthodox Patriarch: the Cuba Meeting

Roman Pope and Russian Patriarch, PDF format

by Shaun Willcock

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  In early February 2016 came the announcement, in the form of a joint press release: “The Holy See and the Patriarchate of Moscow are pleased to announce that, by the grace of God, His Holiness Pope Francis and His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia will meet on February 12 next.  Their meeting will take place in Cuba, where the Pope will make a stop on his way to Mexico, and where the Patriarch will be on an official visit.  It will include a personal conversation at Havana’s José Martí International Airport, and will conclude with the signing of a joint declaration.”[1]

  To the man in the street this sounded mundane enough.  Boring, even, especially to non-Roman Catholics and non-Orthodox.  But it was momentous indeed, for many reasons.  And every true Christian should take careful note of these developments.

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600 Years Later: Rome’s Revisionist Re-Working of John Huss’ Martyrdom

600 Years Later: Rome’s Revisionist Re-Working of John Huss’ Martyrdom

John Huss, PDF format

John HussThe year 2015 marks the 600th anniversary of the burning to death of Jan Hus, or John Huss, accused of heresy, as commanded and brought about by the wicked leaders of the Roman Catholic institution.  For six centuries the blood of this Christian martyr has been on the Papacy’s hands, nor will the stain of it ever be removed, for the Roman Whore will never change.  She has been “drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus” through all her long history (Rev. 17:6).

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Pope’s Phony “Apology”; Waldensian Leaders’ Real Betrayal

Popes Phony Apology And Waldensian Leaders Real Betrayal, PDF format

In June 2015 the Roman Antichrist, Francis I, visited the Waldensian place of worship in Turin, Italy.  This was tragic enough.  But what did he do when he was there?  He asked forgiveness for the Roman Catholics’ persecution of the Waldensians in the past![1]

Pope’s Phony “Apology”; Waldensian Leaders’ Real Betrayal

Francis I and Waldensian moderator Eugenio Bernardini

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Francis I and Foolish Pentecostals

Francis I and Foolish Pentecostals, PDF format

The Jesuit Roman pope, Francis I, is going out of his way – in accordance with the instructions he has received from the Jesuit general, his superior – to promote ecumenism between Romanism and Protestantism; and he has been especially active, more so even than John Paul II, in seeking with great cunning and subtlety to woo those within the Pentecostal/Charismatic movement. Continue reading

‘Protestant’ Pretenders go on Pilgrimage to the Papacy

Protestant Pretenders Go On Pilgrimage to the Papacy, PDF format

Image1_GatheringThe diabolical ecumenical movement is many decades old now. But since a Jesuit cardinal from Argentina became the Roman Pope Francis I, ecumenists from the Charismatic/Pentecostal and so-called “Evangelical” camps have been showing a more-than-usual unseemly haste to heap praise on the papal head and to rush to Rome to receive his “blessing” (curse). And thus the Romeward movement has received another major boost. Continue reading

Copeland in Popeland: Kenneth Copeland Embraces “Unity” with the Roman Pope

Copeland in Popeland, PDF format

It caused a huge stir – but really, should any Christian be surprised?
At a conference in Texas, USA, under the auspices of the “ministry” of veteran Charismatic charlatan and false prophet, Kenneth Copeland, a man appeared on a giant TV screen and gave his “blessing” to the assembled congregation.  That man was no other than the Jesuit pope of Rome, Francis I.[1]
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