Volume Two, Issue Seven
Volume Two, Issue Seven
"DECEPTION IN THE CHURCH" Newsletter
This issue will consist of links to some new articles we have collected
that are worthy of your attention. We will not include an article in
this issue. If you connect to the web when you pick up your e-mail, all
you have to do is click on the underlined web addresses in this
newsletter to be transported to any particular article.
But first, the fun stuff!
"THE DOOR MAGAZINE" QUIZ
Some of you are doubtless aware of or subscribe to THE DOOR MAGAZINE.
took a quiz they came out with awhile back and put it into an online
multiple choice quiz format that is self grading. The original DOOR
QUIZ has been updated and expanded with even more wacky things that
Third Wave televangelists and preachers have done and said.
All the quotes and situations are well documented and many of the
sources for the quotes and statements are linked by clicking on the
person's name. To take the quizzes you simply click on the LETTER
corresponding to the name of the person for your answer. Your
continuing grade will appear in the top frame. There is a help feature
if you can't figure it out. If you click on the person's NAME, it will
take you to a page of quotes with links to a picture and in some cases
RealPlayer audio or video. Click on the following two links to take the
THE DOOR QUIZ #1
THE DOOR QUIZ #2
If you can get 100% on the quizzes you are either very lucky, or are
keeping yourself very well informed and can join the select few who
claim membership in the "Spot The Loony" club.
NEW ARTICLE LINKS
Some of the following articles will shock you if you have not been
keeping up with the cultic side of what is being very broadly termed
"Christianity" and "revival" these days. But for those of you who
consider yourselves to be Bereans, you will find ample evidence in these
articles to prove that apostasy is at work all around the body of Christ
today and that occult sorcery is gaining acceptance in every walk of
life, including popular "Christianity".
BENNY HINN - "Touch, Topple, Tilt!"
RODNEY HOWARD-BROWNE - "More RHB Testimonies"
KENNETH HAGIN - "Kenneth Hagin, False Prophet"
KENNETH COPELAND - "Copeland Gives Election False Prophesy"
ROD PARSLEY - "The Corrupted Blood Of Jesus Christ"
RICK JOYNER & PAUL CAIN - "Joyner & Cain Join The Knights Of
Hussein Calls Paul Cain A Prophet Of Allah"
VATICAN INTERFAITH ECUMENISM - "Pope John Paul II Receives A Mark In
Forehead By A Pagan Shiva Priestess" (Note: We do not agree with all of
this article's conclusions, but the ramifications of this type of
interfaith Ecumenism and the occult "Bent Cross" the Pope continues to
brandish are truly eerie!)
BROWNSVILLE REVIVAL - "Brownsville Revival School Of Ministry - Occult
Teachings & Practices"
TORONTO BLESSING - "The Toronto Blessing"
These a just a few of the newer stories we have collected on our web
DECEPTION IN THE CHURCH
Check this page often for updates, especially with the "What's New"
feature that keeps you up to date on what is going on in the wide world
of apostasy in the church via the Third Wave counterfeit revival
movement. Now is not a time to be sleeping, but a time to remain awake
1 Peter 5:8 Be self-controlled and alert. Your enemy the
around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.
In His hands,
ADDENDUM - Volume Two, Issue Seven
Sometimes further research on a subject turns up more of the story.
I was curious to see if I could independently verify the
photo of the Pope receiving the mark of Shiva. I think that what I have found is important enough to clarify. I do not want to
be accused of sending out faulty information. You can read my own comments and see the picture on my web page, number
(17) on the page at:
I no longer have a link to the article on my web page, although it had
a decent explanation of the worship of Shiva. The reason
I am no longer linking to it is because it is inacurate with regard to the photo, but interestingly not to the other events that took
place on that trip. We strive for accuracy in reporting in this publication.
Here is the clarification:
The photo of the pope receiving a mark is not the mark of Shiva, nor
was it applied by a Hindu priestess. It the mark of
an "aarti", a prayer to the Hindu female goddess Durga and was applied by a professing "Christian" Hindu
woman. This is confirmed by both the RCC and the "Former Catholics For Christ" web pages where these stories originate.
But there's more.
By the time this photo was taken the Pope had already allowed a number
of pagan rituals in his presence on his trip to India in
1986, including accepting the mark of Shiva. Here is the documented quote:
"Still at Madras on February 5, 1986, 'A sugarcane, fashioned into the
form of a cross, signifying a Hindu offering to
a carnal god, was brought into the presence of the Pope. A little later, during the offertory procession, a coconut was
carried to the altar, a typical Hindu offering, which they offer to their idols. Finally, a man placed sacred ashes on his
forehead. IT WAS NOT A MATTER OF TILAC BUT OF SACRED ASHES OR VIBHUTI. (*164) THREE DAYS
EARLIER, ON FEBRUARY 2, HE HAD RECEIVED ON HIS FOREHEAD THE TILAC OR TIKA, THE RED
POWDERY PASTE OF THE HINDUS, THE SIGN OF THE ADORERS OF SHIVA. (*165) *164 ‘Msgr.’ Lefebvre, op.
cit. p.177. *165 La Croix of February 6, and 'I' Express' of February 7/13, 1986, with photo."
There is one prominent Catholic, Archbishop John P. Foley, President
of the Pontifical Council, who has published the official
Catholic position on what went on in India on the web. Here's the explanation of the photo from Foley:
“Use of the 'Aarti' ceremonial by Indian Catholics is no more the worship
of a heathen deity than is the decoration of
a Christmas tree by American Christians a return to the pagan rituals of Northern Europe."
Foley does not mention any of the other stuff that went on during that
trip, only that this particular photo was just an innocuous
"aarti" prayer ceremony, for decoration purposes only.
If you want to find out what the "aarti" actually is, contrary to what Foley claims, visit this Hindu site:
If this is an innocuous gesture ... allowing a "Christian" Hindu woman,
who is supposed to be following Christ alone and is
supposedly under the authority of the pontiff, to mark the Pope with the symbol of an "aarti" to the goddess Darga ... then it is
one in a series of "gestures" to pagan gods, including receiving the mark of adoration of Shiva.
The RCC objections to this photo, and their deceptive tactics to try
to whitewash what the Pope did on this trip to India on the
web, have unearthed even further evidence of the interfaith dabbling with demons by the papacy.
I have found that when there is deception, there is usually more to follow. Stay tuned.