The Jesuit Infiltration of the Evangelical Church

Interesting food for thought from Fanatic For Jesus:

“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.” 
~Excerpt from the Jesuit Oath

Ignatius_LoyolaThe Jesuit Order was created to combat and overthrow the Protestant Reformation. It was founded as a military order by Ignatius of Loyola in 1534, and still exists as a secret society today. Over the years, their ultimate mission has continued to be the return of separated brethren (Protestants) back to the Catholic fold.

Many Christians who have considered themselves as Evangelicals, have been waking up to learn that the Roman Catholic church has infiltrated the Evangelical church. The Evangelical/Protestant church is being drawn seductively into the Roman Catholic church, and Jesuit-trained infiltrators are determined to convert Protestants back to the Mother Church.

Modern Christianity has been sold a bill of goods concerning who the Roman Catholics are, so they have largely forgotten the importance of the Protestant Reformation of the 1500’s. Let’s look at just a couple of examples of how this looks in the Church today…

Read more: http://fanaticforjesus.blogspot.ca/2012/01/jesuit-infiltration-of-evangelical.html

(implicates Chuck Smith/Calvary Chapel, Norman Geisler/Southern Evangelical Seminary, Ross Rhoads, David Noebel/Summit Ministries, and Brannon Howse/Worldview Weekend)

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