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Barry Morris
08-12-2015, 06:29 PM
http://www.angelfire.com/la2/prophet1/Jesuits.html

The source of Hal Lindsay, "Left Behind"??

The Roman Catholic Church.

RWGR
08-12-2015, 06:38 PM
See how hard it is to refute Barry. His religion sources are just as laughable as all his conspiracy sources. The main Jesuit culprit in the fictional story he linked to has also been blamed for the rise of the Nazis and the Zionist movement...busy guys, those Jesuits!

From attributing the creation of Zionism to an excommunicated Jesuit named Franciso Ribera to blaming the rise of Hitler and Nazism on the Church, there is no place the Jesuit memers won’t go. It borders on clownish with absurd claims that the Jesuits sunk the Titanic, created Islam, and assassinated John F. Kennedy. Of course, the grand proof they present of this alleged Jesuit conspiracy is Jewish Adam Weishaupt’s (founder of the Bavarian Order of the Illuminati) education under the Jesuits—something these Jesuit memers almost always bring up. Hypocrisy runs deep among these anti-Catholics, as they say in one breath that it is wrong to blame one group of people (especially Jews) and in the next breath they blame all the world’s problems on the Church. These clowns must have low regard for their audience for them to believe their blatant double standard goes unnoticed.

https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2015/02/03/fallacies-of-the-jesuit-conspiracy-theory/

RWGR
08-12-2015, 06:40 PM
As usual, look to the Father of Modern Protestantism, John Darby, if you want to know the source of such un-biblical views



Left-behind rapture theology is a new invention in the church. Thanks to John Darby who developed the theory in 1830. Before Darby, this rapture/left-behind theory did not exist for about 1800 years; all the church taught and believed was that Jesus would return to judge the world one day and to usher in the Kingdom of God. The Apostles' Creed and the Nicene creed make no mention of this rapture/left-behind theory. It is not the historical faith of Christianity.

http://www.nairaland.com/985211/rapture-why-left-behind-theology-should