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CROSS TALK RADIO - Special Guest Ryan Waldrop -Jesuit Doctrines Taught in Churches
Join us for This WATCHMAN Special and EXPOSE The Harlot Church system

The Jesuit-Inspired, Futurist Lie spread to America's Protestant seminaries in the early 20th century. Cyrus Ingerson Scofield (1843-1921), greatly influenced by the writings of J. N. Darby, incorporated Futurism in the notes of his Scofield Reference Bible. First published by Oxford University Press in 1909 (a Zionist publishing company, and paid by Rothschild agent Jacob Schiff), one million copies were printed by 1930.

The Scofield Bible was instrumental in firmly establishing the Jesuit inspired Futurist interpretation in the Protestant Bible schools of the United States, which, for the most part has turned out the majority of pastors, teachers and evangelists in the last 100 years.


These seminaries and ministries listed below have wholly abandoned the historical Protestant and biblical teaching that the Roman Catholic Church is the apostate church, the harlot of Revelation, with the Antichrist papacy at its head, and instead serve to screen the papal Antichrist power from being perceived by their students or viewers. They are accurately described as false prophets! Their biggest hoax (which is the mantra of most mainstream Protestant churches) is the Pre-Tribulation Rapture to Heaven and the Israel First myth. This is why "Christianity (as we know it today) is dying on the vine and is producing no fruit!

Dallas Theological Seminary (a nondenominational Protestant school): Lewis Sperry Chafer (1871-1952), a student of Cyrus Scofield, founded Evangelical Theological College (now DTS) in 1924, which is likely the most influential seminary in the United States today. Futurism, and the secret rapture (which they call the blessed hope), are covered in articles 18-20 of the DTS Full Doctrinal Statement.

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