- Republican Senator Blasts Robert Jeffress for Interviewing Sean Hannity During Sunday Service
- Robert Jeffress Denies ‘Anti-Catholic’ Bias After Question Posed During White House Briefing
Pastor Robert Jeffress (photo left) of the First Baptist Church of Dallas mixes religion and patriotism so
liberally completely, he would make Jerry Falwell blush. And like Falwell, Jeffress was so eager to enlist conservative Catholics in his political efforts, he threw the Gospel under the bus. See my previous post on how Jeffress caved on ecumenism here.
- The real history of the Gunpowder Plot
- Who was Father Henry Garnet? Jesuit priest executed for his role in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605
In addition to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation this Tuesday, October 31st, we have Guy Fawkes Day coming up on Sunday, November 5th. The BBC is currently airing “Gunpowder,” a series about the Catholic plot to seize the English monarchy and parliament in 1605. Were Jesuit priests directly involved in the Gunpowder Plot? Conspiracy theories abound but we’ll never know the answer to that question for certain.
Is there any job in America that’s harder than being President Trump’s spokesperson? Whoops! I forgot I’m trying to stay out of politics. Sarah Huckabee is one of those ecumenical, doctrine-lite “evangelicals” who respects her husband’s Catholic “faith” (in salvation by sacramental grace and merit) to the degree that she allowed her three children to be baptized as Catholics and attends Catholic church with her husband every Sunday in addition to an “evangelical” service.
Is there anyone out there who still gives money to prosperity gospel shyster, Benny Hinn? Oh, sure, and not just to Hinn. Gullible souls rack up debt on their credit cards by sending “seed money” to all the TBN televangelist hucksters and then wait for the promised windfall.
Catholics and liberal ELCA Lutherans are throwing joint prayer parties all across the USA this month to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation while traditionalist Catholics like Müller stew over their church honoring heretic #1, Martin Luther. Cardinal Müller and his EWTN allies need to wake up and smell the coffee. Glad handing the Protestant “heretics” as “brothers” has proved to be much more productive than hurling anathemas at them.
- Vatican foreign minister: Ecumenical pursuit ‘moral imperative’ due to global instability
- Collaboration without Compromise: The World Evangelical Alliance and Roman Catholic leaders
Ecumenism between Catholics and Protestants is on the fast track and will continue to accelerate. The one-world church with the pope in the driver’s seat wasn’t in sight fifty years ago, but it certainly is today.
I didn’t know dancing was a sin until I joined an independent fundamental Baptist church in the early 80s, but that was no problem for me. Few things are more ridiculous in my view than standing there and shaking your arms and legs to music in public. Yup, me and our ol’ Baptist pastor were on the same page (at first). By the way, while the pastor regularly blasted dancing from the pulpit, beating the pulp out of someone in an MMA brawl was just fine according to him.