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A MUST SEE documentary about the rise of the Jesuits in history. This video touches on many of the studies we have done together. It is good to see people still have the drive to investigate and search for truth. READ MORE…

PLEASE… Take note of the books and resources mentioned, and add them to your personal library. I do not agree about the position of predestination. However, this video is a great consolidation of history and prophecy fulfilled.

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27 Replies to “The History of Jesuits, Evil Popes, the Beast of Revelation”

  1. For centuries, many had tried to destroy the Catholic Church but never succeeded it's still here very strong and growing in multitude.

    HOW CAN THEY DESTROY WHAT GOD HAS BUILT?

    Google or YouTube:
    Who Started Your Church
    If the Catholic Church isn't correct and all other churches broke away from the Catholic Church.
    Which church is the correct one?

  2. Steven Ray former Born Again/Baptist Preacher for 40 years share his conversion to the Catholic Church because of 3 Major Doctrinal Issues
    1. Worships.. 1 hour Preaching and call it Worship?
    2. Authority – With over 40,000 Denominations which church that has an authority?
    3. How Many Church Jesus built?
    and what Born Again Christian faith really believe is NOT BIBLICAL.
    JUST WATCH and LISTEN then refute him in the comment below. PEACE and GOD BLESS US ALL.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dBkKoYC2-8&t=8s

  3. This channel makes it clear that it knows that we are lied to about history so why would you assume that we are told the truth about Hitler? Hitler respected the black Olympic gold medalist more the the US president. From the research that I have done, it seems that Hitler was truly trying to free the world from becoming slaves of the bankers. That’s concerning and makes me question this channels credibility.

  4. THE BIBLE CAME FROM THE CATHOLIC CHURCH?

    PROTESTANT ARE IGNORANT TO THE CHURCH HISTORY

    SHE COMPILED THESE SCROLLS AND PUT THEM IN ONE BOOK (BIBLIA)

    The CATHOLIC CHURCH SELECTED 27 BOOKS (OUT OF 300 + )
    & put the 27 Books in the New Testament together and added the Chapters & Verses?

    And canonized the Bible and called them inspired words of God.

    HERE’S SOME BIBLICAL & HISTORY EVIDENCE

    THE CHURCH CAME FIRST (Matt. 16:18)

    The Bible came out of the Catholic Church

    It's the only church who can interpret the words of God correctly 100%

    otherwise, the Protestant will stop multiplying by the thousands

    now 2015 there are over 50,000 Protestant Denominations

    all of them believe in the bible but no one agrees what the bible says

    the only one thing they agree on is HATE THE CATHOLIC CHURCH and THE HOLY FATHER

    IF THE BIBLE CAME FIRST PLEASE SHOW ME THE VERSE?

    There is NO bible for the first 399 years…Apostles don’t have bibles

    Most people at that time cannot read….this is the reason Jesus commanded his apostles to “PREACH” …not to WRITE ….. Matthew 28:19-20

    THEREFORE, IF THE BIBLE CAME FROM THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
    SHE IS THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN INTERPRET THE BIBLE CORRECTLY 100% WITHOUT ERRORS

    This is also the reasons Catholic churches has paintings & statues cuss it tells story for ppl who cannot read.

    The Bible Is A Catholic Book
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmT_mnybvac

  5. The Facts and Stats on 33,000 Protestant Denominations and counting
    THIS fact CAME FROM 2 PROTESTANT AUTHORS PUBLISHED BY PROTESTANT ENCYCLOPEDIA.
    Now for a few facts and stats from the actual source: World Christian Encyclopedia by Barrett, Kurian, Johnson (Oxford Univ Press, 2nd edition, 2001). The source does refer to 33000+ total "Christian" denominations, but it defines the word "denomination" as an organized Christian group within a specific country:
    This book has 1,699 pages, of the World Christian Encyclopedia, published by Oxford University Press. Every wk 5 + new denominations.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvxpM3r7KxY

  6. "If your church cannot trace its existence to Jesus but only to the bible then you are in a false church"
    To know the Truth of Catholicism don't be afraid to Google them and best website to browse for answers are" Catholic.com >> https://www.catholic.com/ EWTN >> http://www.ewtn.com/ Coming Home Network (featuring Protestant Scholars, Theologians, Ministers why they become Catholic >> https://chnetwork.org/ Catholic Convert >> http://www.catholicconvert.com/ —-

  7. Is Catholicism Pagan?
    If few Fundamentalists know the history of their religion—which distressingly few do—even fewer have an appreciation of the history of the Catholic Church. They become easy prey for purveyors of fanciful "histories" that claim to account for the origin and advance of Catholicism.

    Anti-Catholics often suggest that Catholicism did not exist prior to the Edict of Milan, which was issued in A.D. 313 and made Christianity legal in the Roman Empire. With this, pagan influences began to contaminate the previously untainted Christian Church. In no time, various inventions adopted from paganism began to replace the gospel that had been once for all delivered to the saints. At least, that is the theory.

    Pagan Influence Fallacy

    Opponents of the Church often attempt to discredit Catholicism by attempting to show similarities between it and the beliefs or practices of ancient paganism. This fallacy is frequently committed by Fundamentalists against Catholics, by Seventh-day Adventists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons, and others against both Protestants and Catholics, and by atheists and skeptics against both Christians and Jews.

    The nineteenth century witnessed a flowering of this "pagan influence fallacy." Publications such as The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop (the classic English text charging the Catholic Church with paganism) paved the way for generations of antagonism towards the Church. During this time, entire new sects were created (Seventh-day Adventists, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses)—all considering traditional Catholicism and Protestantism as polluted by paganism. This era also saw atheistic "freethinkers" such as Robert Ingersoll writing books attacking Christianity and Judaism as pagan.

    The pagan influence fallacy has not gone away in the twentieth century, but newer archaeology and more mature scholarship have diminished its influence. Yet there are still many committing it. In Protestant circles, numerous works have continued to popularize the claims of Alexander Hislop, most notably the comic books of Jack Chick and the book Babylon Mystery Religion by the young Ralph Woodrow (later Woodrow realized its flaws and wrote The Babylon Connection? repudiating it and refuting Hislop). Other Christian and quasi-Christian sects have continued to charge mainstream Christianity with paganism, and many atheists have continued to repeat—unquestioned—the charges of paganism leveled by their forebears.

    Use of a round wafer implies sun worship?

    Hislop and Chick argue that the wafers of Communion are round, just like the wafers of the sun worshippers of Baal. They don’t bother to mention that the wafers used by the same pagans were also ovals, triangles, some with the edges folded over, or shaped like leaves or animals, etc. The fact that a wafer is round does not make it immoral or pagan, since even the Jews had wafers and cakes offered in the Old Testament (Gen. 18:1-8, Ex 29:1-2).

    Unfortunately for Chick and other Fundamentalists, their arguments backfire. An atheist will take the pagan connection one step further, saying, "Christianity itself is simply a regurgitation of pagan myths: the incarnation of a divinity from a virgin, a venerated mother and child, just like Isis and Osiris, Isa and Iswara, Fortuna and Jupiter, and Semiramis and Tammuz. Beyond this, some pagans had a triune God, and pagan gods were often pictured with wings, as was your God in Psalms 91:4. The flames on the heads of the apostles were also seen as an omen from the gods in Roman poetry and heathen myths long before Pentecost. A rock is struck that brings forth water in the Old Testament . . . just like the pagan goddess Rhea did long before then. Also, Jesus is known as the ‘fish,’ just like the fish-god Dagon, etc." Unless the Fundamentalists are willing to honestly examine the logical fallacies and historical inaccuracies, they are left defenseless. Fortunately, like the attacks on Catholicism in particular, all of the supposed parallels mentioned above self-destruct when examined with any scholarly rigor. If not guilty of historical inaccuracies, they all are guilty of what can be called "pagan influence fallacies."

    Anything can be attacked using fallacy

    The pagan influence fallacy is committed when one charges that a particular religion, belief, or practice is of pagan origin or has been influenced by paganism and is therefore false, wrong, tainted, or to be repudiated. In this minimal form, the pagan influence fallacy is a subcase of the genetic fallacy, which improperly judges a thing based on its history or origins rather than on its own merits (e.g., "No one should use this medicine because it was invented by a drunkard and adulterer").

    Very frequently, the pagan influence fallacy is committed in connection with other fallacies, most notably the post hoc ergo proper hoc ("After this, therefore because of this") fallacy—e.g., "Some ancient pagans did or believed something millennia ago, therefore any parallel Christian practices and beliefs must be derived from that source." Frequently, a variant on this fallacy is committed in which, as soon as a parallel with something pagan is noted, it is assumed that the pagan counterpart is the more ancient. This variant might be called the similis hoc ergo propter hoc ("Similar to this, therefore because of this") fallacy.

    When the pagan influence fallacy is encountered, it should be pointed out that it is, in fact, a fallacy. To help make this clear to a religious person committing it, it may be helpful to illustrate with cases where the pagan influence fallacy could be committed against his own position (e.g., the practice of circumcision was practiced in the ancient world by a number of peoples—including the Egyptians—but few Jews or Christians would say that its divinely authorized use in Israel was an example of "pagan corruption").

    To help a secular person see the fallacy involved, one might point to a parallel case of the genetic fallacy involving those of his perspective (e.g., "Nobody should accept this particular scientific theory because it was developed by an atheist").
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  8. For centuries, many had tried to destroy the Catholic Church but never succeeded it's still here very strong and growing in multitude.
    HOW CAN THEY DESTROY WHAT GOD HAS BUILT?
    Google or YouTube: Who Started Your Church
    If the Catholic Church isn't correct and all other churches broke away from the Catholic Church. Which church is the correct one?

  9. How to choose a GOOD church! 10 TIPS!
    1 Charismatic Preacher
    2.A Make Feel Good Church – since you can feel the Holy Spirit (it is actually the devil)
    3 Must have his own Bible Personal Interpretation
    4. Looks like a Clown Like Joel Osteen – looks like he's always smiling
    5. Must have a beautiful wife or with lots of makeup like Tammy Faye Baker
    6. Must have Fake Healer like Benny Hin
    7. Must have Millions of Dollars monthly owns expensive house, cars and own private plane
    8. Must have his own TV show – so he can collect more money
    9. Google his name what negative review he or she has
    10. He must be under investigation by FBI for FRAUD and deceiving people like you.

  10. “We began to see that as non-Catholics, in good faith we had submitted our lives to Jesus Christ on our terms, not his. We had no other terms.
    Our Christian lives had been based on our interpretation of Scriptures or that of other persons whom we had chosen to follow.” ~ Fr. Ray Ryland Former Episcopalian Priest now Catholic.

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