Alongside the Council of Trent, the formation of the Society of Jesus provided the equally significant event of the Counter-Reformation. The Jesuits, as they came to be called, under the leadership and discipline of Ignatius Loyola, the first General of the order, placed themselves solely at the direction of the papacy to achieve the objective of undermining and reversing the impact of the Protestant Reformation. The efforts of the Jesuits in education and in darker, far less noble endeavors were always with the aim of stopping defections of Roman Catholics to Protestantism and of bringing lapsed Roman Catholics back to the fold of the Roman Catholic Church. Those efforts continue to this day and have had a powerful impact on the development of South and Central America and on the southwestern region of the United States.
Jesuitry: Devilish Practice This sermon reveals why the Jesuit Society is devilish to the core. It is also rather troubling how the devilish activities of the Jesuits had an impact on the development of Central and South America as well as Aridoamerica and Oasisamerica (the regions encompassing the Southwestern US and the northern portion of Mexico). No doubt that the indigenous peoples of Aridoamerica, Oasisamerica, Central America, and South America were in need of The True Gospel long before European settlement, but the invasion of the Jesuits in these regions only brought untold destruction and misery upon the early inhabitants.
The good news is that the Jesuit Society is predetermined to be destroyed once and for all.
Anonymous Name (7/8/2018)
Jesuits: Die-Hard Papists A sermon exposing the idolatrous, but die-hard loyalty to the pope shown by the diabolical Jesuits. The real issue at heat is that these Jesuits and the pope are really loyal to Satan himself.
Rev. David Mook is the pioneer pastor of Phoenix Free Presbyterian Church, founded early in 1986. Following his graduation from Bob Jones University in 1974, he joined the faculty in the Division of Speech, continuing there until 1983 when he entered the Free Presbyterian...