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Quote from Cardinal Gibbons page 106 "Faith of our fathers" 1917 ed. "The penetration of the Religion of Babylon became so general and well known that Rome was called the New Babylon." end of quote, "All Roads Lead To Mystery Babylon"

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Tom Friess of First Amendment Radio and host of inquisition Update is reading "The Footprints of the Jesuits" by R.W. Thompson. This is his broadcast on November 25, 2013 on Monday. Tom has been reading books on his broadcast... more

Tom Friess of Inquisition Update, will be the host on "Mystery Babylon News Radio for a Series" of Broadcasts entitled: "Jesuits Diabolical Foundation of the NWO" Every Wednesday at: 8:00PM Pacific Standard time. Tom Friess also... more

John Adams John Adams elevates the occult Masonic god of reason over the word of God while denying the supernatural and word of God in the Bible at the same time: ?When philosophical reason is clear and certain by intuition or... more

Tom Friess of Inquisition Update, will be the host on "Mystery Babylon News Radio for a Series" of Broadcasts entitled: "Jesuits Diabolical Foundation of the NWO" Of all the creatures that God placed upon the earth, only Mankind was... more

Ben Franklin Franklin elaborates on his faith in a letter to the president of Yale University, only one month before Franklin's death. In the letter he says the divinity of Jesus is a trivial matter and that he doubts Jesus was divine. In... more

Tom Friess of Inquisition Update, will be the host on "Mystery Babylon News Radio for a Series" of Broadcasts entitled: "Jesuits Diabolical Foundation of the NWO" Every Wednesday at: 8:00PM Pacific Standard time. Definition of... more

Jefferson gives his assessment of the author of and book of Revelation in the Bible:?It is between fifty and sixty years since I read it and I then considered it as merely the ravings of a maniac no more worthy nor capable of explanation than... more

Tom Friess of www.inquisition.org at First Amendment Radio is on the third broadcast. The first two broadcasts have been on the Jesuits oath and defining the goal of the Jesuits, which exposes their agenda. The series focus... more

Thomas Paine (February 9, 1737–June 8, 1809) was an English-American political activist, author, political theorist and revolutionary. As the author of two highly influential pamphlets at the start of the American Revolution, he inspired... more

Tom Friess of www.Inquisitionupdate.org is starting a series on the diabolical Foundation of Dispensationalism Futurism. Tom is on First Amendment Radio at 10:00AM Central Time, Monday thru Friday This week he will be explaining the... more
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