Pope Francis’s “Protestant” Ecumenical Piper Has Died

It is with great sadness that I report that papal emissary Bishop Tony Palmer, who recently promoted the yoking of apostate Pentecostals with Rome, died this past week in a tragic motorcycle accident.

I wrote about his meeting with Kenneth Copeland, et al, a few months ago, in which he was quoted as making statements like,

“Since 1999, the Protest of Luther is over, and therefore we are now living in a post-Protestant era.”



“Brothers and sisters, Luther’s protest is over. Is yours?”


He also declared that “Protestants have no right to be separate from the Roman Catholic Church, which he calls the Universal Church that Christ ordained.”

I am very saddened by Bishop Palmer’s death given the eternal consequence of his actions.  However, it is interesting to note that even some Catholics are not certain his soul went to a good place.  In any case, let this be a reminder to press on in the Lord’s service since life is short and there are no second chances after death.

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