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In order for this to happen, all religions must come together in an ecumenical plan. So, what should we expect if we are in the time when such a system unfolds? First, many who once were Protestant and evangelical will become ecumenical and eventually assimilate with the Roman Catholic church.
Second, all religions will unite in solidarity of purpose. Understanding the Jesuit Agenda is essential if we are to understand how this worldwide deception will come about.
Who are the Jesuits? Since its foundation, the Catholic papacy has been zealous and often brutal in its endeavor to establish the kingdom of the Pope of whom it is believed within the Catholic church is headed by Jesus Christ. The emperor Ferdinand, whose hatred of the Bohemian Protestants was without bounds, not thinking he had sufficiently oppressed them, instituted a high court to prosecute the reformers upon the plan of the Inquisition, with this difference, that the court was to travel from place to place and always to be attended by a body of troops.
This court was conducted chiefly by Jesuits and from their decision there was no appeal, by which it may be easily conjectured that it was a dreadful tribunal indeed. This bloody court, attended by a body of troops, made the tour of Bohemia.
They seldom examined or saw a prisoner, for the soldiers were permitted to murder the Protestants as they pleased and then to make a report of the matter to them afterward.
The Constitution of the Jesuits states: Let all members know, and let it be not only at the beginning of their profession, but let them think over it daily as long as they live, that the society as a whole, and each of them, owes obedience to our most holy lord, the pope, and the other Roman pontiffs, his successors, and to fight with faithful obedience for God.
But disguised or not, it is the Jesuit Agenda, and it is bringing about ecumenism and a one-world religion. Who Was Ignatius Loyola? After a serious injury in the military and during a lengthy rehabilitation, Ignatius Loyola b.
Ignatius wanted to start a new order, The Society of Jesus or the Jesuits and presented the idea to the Pope. He told the Pope that the idea had been inspired by heavenly revelations. Often this was to win the world with the sword. The Jesuit maxim was: Even by this time, the influence and infiltration into the United States by the Jesuits was significant.
Inthe Reverend W. While Catholic sources say that the Secret Instructions of the Jesuits is an untrue document, there is enough evidence to indicate that it is true indeed.
This cannot be denied. This has been refuted by Catholic sources as a true oath taken by Jesuits of the past; nevertheless, there is evidence enough that the oath did exist to include excerpts of it in this report.
We have taken these excerpts from a book titled Political and Economic Handbook by Thomas Edward Watson published inand found in the Harvard College library.
He hath power to depose Heretical Kings, Princes, States. Therefore, to the utmost of my power I will defend this doctrine.
I do further declare the doctrine of the Church of England, of the Calvanists [sic], the Huguenots, and other Protestants to be damnable and those to be damned who will not forsake the same.
I do further declare that I will help, assist, and advise all or any of His Holiness agents in any place wherever I shall be; and to do my utmost to extirpate [exterminate] the heretical Protestant doctrine, and to destroy all their pretended power. House Congressional Record,p.
The Jesuit Agenda Today: Basically, while the methods may have changed, the plan and objectives have not. The Jesuits, though at times expelled or pretendedly so from Rome, have been its awful emissaries to augment its power.
The intrigues and deceptions of these men would fill volumes, and the conveniency of their creed to deny or affirm anything, or assume any profession as it may serve their purpose, is too well known to need recapitulating here.
These men have at times assumed so much that every papal state has alternately ejected them; and large numbers are now in this country—doubtless many under false colours —waiting the most favourable opportunities to corrupt the rising generation, and, as much as possible, restore the dark days of former ages.
The Jesuits are unchangeable. The Jesuits were driven in the past to bring back the lost brethren, and they are driven today with the same vision. The Eucharistic Evangelization is discussed at length in Another Jesus: The Evangelization of the Eucharistic Christ and in several articles on the Understand the Times website.
It is largely through what is called Jesuit Spirituality. A book titled Contemplatives in Action: By their very roots, Jesuits are proponents of mystical prayer practices.
A Way to God. De Mello is often quoted today by contemplative and emerging authors and embraced the mysticism of Hinduism.An effect of the Protestant Reformation was the de cline in the power of the Roman Catholic Church. With less people paying their tithe and less people under its influence /control, the Church was weaker than it had been before the , the beginning of the Protestant Reformation.
This is an enjoyably provocative essay, but what's missing is an exploration of the ongoing nature of the Reformation, something stressed by most of the traditions. So though the 16th century issues may have been largely resolved, the Protestant spirit and style opened us up to further developments.
The Failure of Islam to Reform. Iraq and the Levant) can be ascribed to the fact that, in contrast to Western European Christianity, there was never a reformation in the world of Islam. While the reformed, primarily protestant nations of north-western Europe, especially Britain, the Netherlands, Germany and the Scandinavian states, as well.
Islam’s current reformation follows the same logic of the Protestant Reformation—specifically by prioritizing scripture over centuries of tradition and legal debate—but with antithetical results that reflect the contradictory teachings of the core texts of Christianity and Islam.
But islam and buddism are separate religions all together. Trials such as the protestant reformation gave rise within the Christian church to denominations.
A movement to reform the roman catholic church that took place during the 16th century. Islam teaches, for example, that Jesus was a prophet of Islam, but not the son of God. Both Jews and Muslims view the worship of Jesus, and the belief of his transcendence into human form, as heretical, in contrast to Christian doctrine.