On tonight’s programme we look at the doctrine of Justification. Why is it important? What are the consequences of its neglect? What does the Church of Rome teach on Justification as revealed in the Council of Trent? What are the modern threats to the doctrine found within professing Reformed churches?
After the former Superior General of the Jesuits, Adolfo Nicolás, handed control over to the next leader of the Jesuits, the Venezuelan Arturo Sosa, we take a look at the role. What does it mean to be the Superior General of the Jesuits? How powerful is he? Is there any evidence to suggest the Black Pope controls the current pope in the Vatican? What is social justice? What is the goal of the Jesuits?
On tonight’s show we look at a sermon preached by David Brown attacking the Reformed doctrine of monergism. What is monergism? Is it Biblical? How did the Reformers differ from the Roman Catholic Church during the time of the Reformation on this issue? What is synergism? What was the view of the Council of Trent? How do these issues affect how we see the gospel? Can we prove from the Bible that regeneration proceeds faith?
What is Molinism? Where does it stand on the issue of Free Will? Where did the Jesuits stand on the issue of Free will? Does William Lane Craig know his view of God’s Sovereignty comes straight from the Jesuits? How significant is this fact? Are the Jesuits dangerous? Should we learn and study under the Jesuits? Were the Jesuits friends or enemies of the Reformation? On this show, in addition to these topics, some concerns are raised about the Acts 17 Apologetics ministry of David Wood.
Paul details why he believes the Jesuits are at the apex of most of the so-called “New World Order” activity of today and he details why Rome’s Counter-Reformation never ended. He also looks at the Bavarian Order of the Illuminati, which began life in 1776. This Order or shadowy group, according to some researchers, began a conspiracy against the Catholic Church. Are these researchers correct? And if they are how does this affect modern research?