8 Replies to “Greg Szymanski & Eric Jon Phelps – The Diabolical History Of The Jesuit Order”

  1. I find myself in agreement with Phelps on everything except Calvinism. That man was not of God. He was not a first generation reformer, he was not a great expositor of the bible; as shown in his total lack of understanding of revelation. He said it was a childish dream that there would be a millennial reign of Christ. He thought James didn't belong in the canon because it didn't fit his theology, don't get me started on the elect and predestination. I doubt the man was saved when you consider his police state in Geneva. Sorry, but when I see or hear reverence for that man my blood gets hot.

  2. 1829, The Mormon Church (Latter Day Saints) was founded by Joseph Smith, in U.S.. Jesuit John Peter de Smet also designed the USA 14th Amendment and co-founded Mormon denomination of Christianity in the early 1800's. together with High Level Freemason Joseph Smith and Brigham Young were Illuminati members.
    Smith claimed that the last prophet to contribute to the book, a man named Moroni, buried it in a hill in present-day New York and then returned to earth in 1827 as an angel,revealing the location of the book to Smith and instructing him to translate and disseminate it as evidence of the restoration of Christ's true church in the latter days. But Masonry made a mistake. It collectively stood behind the strange disappearance of a man named William Morgan who was going to publish all the secret rites and symbols and comings and goings of the Masons. His death and disappearance caused a national outcry and the Masonry began to slip into a far less prominent position in America.Oh, and the widow of William Morgan? What happened to her?Why, she ended up being one of Joseph Smith's secret wives."Where Mormonism Meets Biblical Christianity Face to Face" by Shawn Aaron McCraney, page 222Brigham Young, a high-level Freemason, in 1846 at Council Bluffs, Iowa, had a private meeting with Pierre De Smet, one of the most powerful American Jesuits of the Nineteenth Century. Being the foremost Jesuit of influence among the Indian Nations, De Smet, using Confederate General and 33rd Degree Freemason Albert Pike, incited his Sioux Indians to mass-murder eight hundred White Lutherans of Minnesota.
    Mormon and Catholic Churches teamed up and calling for Amnesty for Illegal Aliens.

  3. Catholic is not a religion.  Christianity is the religion.  There was never a Catholic denomination in Christianity until the Council of Trent in 1559.  Catholic just meant Christianity was the Universal religion of the Roman Empire.

  4. "Jesuit" is pronounced "jezh-oo-it," not "jedge-oo-it." There are neither secondary Js nor consonant clusters in the word that would yield an additional "J" or "edge" sound. Otherwise a fantastic interview. Now go & sin no more.

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