“THE RISE OF APOCALYPITIC PAGANISM IN THE CHURCH: BIBLE PROPHECY IN CRISIS”

The eschatological teachings of the postmodern evangelical church are in a state of revision and flux. It is no longer possible to categorize endtime teachings according to the old standard recognizable Postmillennialism, Amillennialism and Premillennialism. There are emerging permutations in these teachings, hybrid eschatologies that blend in New Ageevolutionary progression, quantum physics (including quantum spirituality), “incarnating” Christ, “Forerunner Eschatology,”science fictionUFO loresecret codes, and ancient pagan mythologyastrology and apocryphal writings. The result is a prophecy mish-mash. These strange new configurations of eschatology are apocalyptic in nature and go far beyond the descriptions found in Scripture alone. Postmodern endtime prophecy no longer reflects the humble Gospel message of salvation, nor does it find hope in the soon return of Jesus Christ.

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Links re Francis I

Pope Francis in March 2013

Here are some links related to B16’s resignation and the new Francis I (F1):

‘Perhaps a little humility in saying I am simply representative of God on Earth, just as God is representative of me in Heaven.’

Anonymous user 21.03.2013 00:17

CATHOLICS AND ORTHODOX WILL REUNITE. WE WILL CRUSH THE JEWS AND PROTESTANT HERETICS.

The Vatican also signalled yesterday that Pope Francis would build on efforts of his predecessors towards eventual unity between the two churches, which have been separate since the reformation.

Thomas Manton: popery is no light thing

Reformed Covenanter

And in all deceivableness of unrighteousness, among them that perish, because  they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved (2 Thessalonians 2:10 Geneva Bible)

Let us not think Popery a light thing, which the Lord so peremptorily threateneth. Surely it is no little mercy that we are freed from it. Therefore we should be thankful for the light we have, and improve it well while we have it, and hold it fast. What hope soever we may have of men living in former times, and foreign countries, where they know no better, but after such express warnings, what hope can we have of English papists, considering the time, when Rome is not grown better but worse, and what was common opinion is now made an article of faith, and when the truth is taught and so clearly manifested; so that for any, by their own…

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