Returning to Rome: How Mystical New Age Teaching is Drawing Evangelicals Into the Cult of Catholicism

At this time I feel it necessary to reblog this article. It exposes what is going on in the Evangelical world – how many are being fooled into returning to Rome. We knew that this would happen – the Word tells us that a One World Religion would come to pass in the end. However, it is shocking to see the individuals whom we have come to trust, being duped by Pope Francis into believing that we are all one in Jesus. I am not one with the Vatican and never will be.

9 thoughts on “Returning to Rome: How Mystical New Age Teaching is Drawing Evangelicals Into the Cult of Catholicism

  1. You sound like the typical self-righteous super-Protestant. Jesus said that a tree is known by its fruit. Which are bearing the fruit, the ONE Catholic Church with all its charities, hospitals, schools, and orphanages, or the 44,000 different Protestant churches and sects. Oh, but yours must be the ríght one among the 44,000!?

  2. I wouldn’t go as far to call Catholicisn a cult. As messed up as it it is with idolatry, legalisim, and error. It still isn’t built on the foundation of heresy. Everything above the foundation however is way misguided and even inspired by demonics. It is definately a deeply flawed denomination. The most dangerous aspect is not understanding Imputed Justification.

    I also know a few “Born Again” catholics. If born of the same Spirit I am, who am I to call them a cultist?

    1. Yes, I know born again Catholics as well. But they all tell me that they came into relationship with Jesus away from the Catholic church. The reason that I call the Vatican and Catholicism a cult is that it is a “Works based” religion. We are under GRACE – not works!! It’s a different gospel.

    2. If you open your dictionary and look up the meaning of cult you’d see the Catholic Church is a cult.
      Cult: a system of religious veneration and devotion directed toward a particular figure or object.

      * a misplaced or excessive admiration for a particular person or thing.

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  4. I believe when one finds that a Christian pastor has embraced apostate beliefs we should give their name. Besides, the only way said person would object is if they don’t believe in what’s in the article. This gives them a chance to clear their name. If what is said is true and they agree with it they won’t find it a criticism anyways.
    For example, if someone accused me of believing in Jesus and they believe Christianity is a cult, and some do, I wouldn’t disagree or be offended. Correct me if I’m wrong but the early church was considered to be a cult.

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