Anti-Christ Bibles in the pulpit


For 1800 years the church has stated categorically that the Papacy located in Rome (Now the Vatican City) is the seat of the Anti-Christ. In fact, this was part of many denominations’ statements of faith or their articles of faith. This is undeniable historical fact. You cannot debate this core belief of the church throughout its history. Doing so would mean cancellation of past events that have been recorded as history. Perhaps in some imaginative parallel fiction but doing so means self-delusion. Having said that this is becoming the norm and the act of book burning has occurred relentlessly through history in order to cover up such events. The pure volume of information on this subject makes it impossible but that does not mean that the modern so-called church holds to this belief. They in fact do not. I was never taught this even as an attendee of of bible college nor was this ever taught from pulpits. The opposite was – that the Papacy is our friend and we need to unite under it.

The origin of all modern bibles is Vatican/Rome. This is also undeniable and factual although many academics do not view the subject in this over simplified manner. They would say something like, “I’ts not that straight forward.” I think a six-year-old would disagree with them. If the origin of the manuscripts is Vatican then what alternate conclusion is there? How do you sidestep that one? You simply cannot. Therefore, the only course of action is to cease using them. Plain and straight forward. Every other argument is mute. It must be. All of the elaborate debating and YouTube videos can cease. If only things were seen in that light. Unfortunately, they are not.

Below is a reading list should you need some additional information not found here on this site. I am certain this list is minute compared to the body of work once available. On the Jesuits alone were 7000 books written. That is not a small number.


(Addendum from “Antichrist, The Smoke of Rome,” by Reginald Jacob Block)

  • The Ecclesiastical History of the Ancient Churches of the Albigenses, Peter Allix
  • The Book of Martyrs, John Foxe
  • History of Protestantism, J.A. Wylie
  • The Papacy is the Antichrist, A Demonstration, J.A. Wylie
  • History of the Church of God, Cushing Biggs Hassell
  • History of the Rise and Influence of Rationalism in Europe, W.E.H. Lecky
  • Illustrations of Popery, The Mystery of Iniquity Unveiled, J.P. Callender
  • Romanism and the Reformation, H. Grattan Guinness
  • The Epistles of Ignatius and Polycarp, A New Translation, W.K. Clementson
  • The History of Romanism, From the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity, John Dowling
  • The Israel of the Alps, A Complete History of the Vaudois of Piedmont, Alexis Muston
  • The Trial of Antichrist, Otherwise The Man of Sin, A Friend of St. Peter
  • Vicars of Christ: The Dark Side of the Papacy, Peter De Rosa
  • The Secret History of The Oxford Movement, Walter Walsh
  • Fifty Years in the Church of Rome, Charles Chiniquy
  • Papal Conspiracy Exposed, Edward Beecher
  • The Secret History of the Jesuits, Edmond Paris
  • The Vatican Against Europe, Edmond Paris
  • America or Rome Christ or the Pope, John L. Brandt
  • Romanism A Menace to the Nation, Jeremiah J. Crowley (Father Crowley)
  • Behind the Purple Curtain, Walter M. Montano
  • Rulers of Evil, Tupper Saussy
  • Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of The United States, Samuel Morse
  • Exposition of the Old and New Testament, John Gill
  • Wesley’s Explanatory Notes Bible Commentary, John Wesley
  • Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible, Matthew Henry
  • The Jesuits, Ordained Unto Condemnation, Reginald Jacob Block
  • Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther, Roland H. Bainton
  • Luther’s Reformatory Works
  • History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, D. Aubigne
  • The Book of Concord, The Confessions of the Lutheran Church, Theologians at Smalcald
  • Institutes of the Christian Religion, A New Translation, Henry Beveridge
  • Selected Writings of Dr. John Hooper, John Hooper § Principle Works of Zwingli
  • The Works of the English Reformers: William Tyndale and John Frith
  • The Practice of Prelates, William Tyndale
  • The Letters of John Hus
  • John Bunyan, of Antichrist And His Ruin, Edited by George Offor
  • Popery, A Spiritual Tyranny, Matthew Henry
  • Miscellaneous Writings of The Reverend Matthew Henry
  • Ante-Nicene Fathers, Philip Schaff
  • History of the Christian Church, Philip Schaff
  • Against Heresies, Iranaeus
  • Dialogue with Trypho, Justin Martyr 
  • Apology, Tertullian
  • The Reformation, Hans J. Hillerbrand
  • Revision Revised, Dean John Burgon
  • Plain Introduction, F.H.A. Scrivener
  • The Vatican’s Holocaust, Avro Manhattan
  • A Concise History of the Baptists, G.H. Orchard


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