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Resource 1. The Secret Instructions

of the Jesuits (1824 edition, Latin & English texts included)


A shocking little book that exposes the black Pope (the Jesuit General) and his murdermen, as the following sample quotation from this book exhibits,


I furthermore promise and declare that I will, when opportunity present, make and wage relentless war, secretly or openly, against all heretics, Protestants and Liberals, as I am directed to do, to extirpate and exterminate them from the face of the whole earth; and that I will spare neither age, sex or condition; and that I will hang, waste, boil, flay, strangle and bury alive these infamous heretics, rip up the stomachs and wombs of their women and crush their infants' heads against the walls, in order to annihilate forever their execrable race. That when the same cannot be done openly, I will secretly use the poisoned cup, the strangulating cord, the steel of the poniard or the leaden bullet, regardless of the honor, rank, dignity, or authority of the person or persons, whatever may be their condition in life, either public or private, as I at any time may be directed so to do by any agent of the Pope or Superior of the Brotherhood of the Holy Faith, of the Society of Jesus (from the JESUIT OATH).


The principal distinction seems to be, that the Jesuits are a select body of men singled out and associated for the purpose of carrying into constant and vigorous operation all those encroaching and dangerous principles which the heads and leaders of Popery have always supported, but which they cannot safely call upon the great body of their adherents publicly to profess and make the rule of their conduct...


We next observe, that the operation of interest, one of the most powerful motives, is seconded by another very peculiar incitement, that of religious intolerance. All Protestants being declared objects of abhorrence -- whose destruction is certain, except they are reclaimed by the Catholic Church, and whose extermination is a most sacred duty, whenever and wherever, it can be safely attempted (Preface).


First "printed in England in the year 1658, with a statement, which has never been met by the lease attempt at refutation,--that it was discovered among the Archives of the Jesuit's College at Paderborn in Westphalia, when Christian, Duke of Brunswick, took possession of that place, and gave their library to the Capuchins. Dr. Compton, the acute and learned Bishop of London... published an English translation in 1669. In Germany, also, in France, and in Holland, as well as in England, have successive editions appeared..." (Preface).


This edition includes the Latin and English texts side by side. Its 17 chapters include, "How to induce rich widows to be liberal to the Society," "How to pick out young men and to retain them," "How to feign a contempt of riches" and 14 more. Also included are 12 appendices. 132 pages.




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The Black Pope and His Murdermen

Citing from their own secret documents, Paisley exposes the devilish work and deception of the Jesuits. From their founding by Ignatius of Loyola (to counteract the Reformation) to the modern devastation they have caused in each nation where they are allowed to operate, this order is seen to be one of Satan's great "angels of light" that deceive the unwary.

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Rome, Hitler, Judas and the Jesuits

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Resource 2. Toplady, Augustus

Arminianism: The Road to Rome


Exposes Jesuit intrigue (and delight) in planting Arminianism among Protestants.


Toplady points out,


Is not this too the very language of modern Arminianism? Do not the partizans of that scheme argue on the same identical terms? Should it be said, "True, this proves that Arminianism is Pelagianism revived; but it does not prove, that the doctrines of Arminianism are originally Popish:" a moment's cool attention will make it plain that they are. Let us again hear Mr. Bower, who, after the passage just quoted, immediately adds, "on these two last propositions, the Jesuits found their whole system of grace and free-will; agreeing therein with the Semipelagians, against the Jansenists and St. Augustine."6 The Jesuits were moulded into a regular body, towards the middle of the sixteenth century: toward the close of the same century, Arminius began to infest the Protestant churches. It needs therefore no great penetration, to discern from what source he drew his poison. His journey to Rome (though Monsicur Bayle affects to make light of the inferences which were at that very time deduced from it) was not for nothing. If, however, any are disposed to believe, that Arminius imbibed his doctrines from the Socinians in Poland, with whom, it is certain, he was on terms of intimate friendship, I have no objection to splitting the difference: he might import some of his tenets from the Racovian brethren, and yet be indebted, for others, to the disciples of Loyola (i.e. the Jesuits--RB). Certain it is, that Arminius himself was sensible, how greatly the doctrine of predestination widens the distance between Protestantism and Popery. "There is no point of doctrines (says he) which the Papists, the Anabaptists, and the (new) Lutherans more fiercely oppose, nor by means of which they heap more discredit on the reformed churches, and bring the reformed system itself into more odium; for they (i.e. the Papists, & etc.) assert, that no fouler blasphemy against God can be thought or expressed, than is contained in the doctrine of predestination."7 For which reason, he advises the reformed world to discard predestination from their creed, in order that they may live on more brotherly terms with the Papists, the Anabaptists, and such like.


The Arminian writers make no scruple to seize and retail each other's arguments, as common property. Hence, Samuel Hoord copies from Van Harmin the self same observation which I have now cited. "Predestination (says Samuel) is an opinion odious to the Papists, opening their foul mouths, against our Church and religion:"8 consequently, our adopting the opposite doctrines of universal grace and freewill, would, by bringing us so many degrees nearer to the Papists, conduce to shut their mouths, and make them regard us, so far at least, as their own orthodox and dearly beloved brethren: whence it follows, that, as Arminianism came from Rome, so "it leads thither again."


The Jesuits and Predestination


If the joint verdict of Arminius himself, and of his English proselyte Hoord, will not turn the scale, let us add the testimony of a professed Jesuit, by way of making up full weight. When archbishop Laud's papers were examined, a letter was found among them, thus endorsed with that prelate's own hand: "March, 1628. A Jesuit's Letter, sent to the Rector at Bruxels, about the ensuing Parliament." The design of this letter was to give the Superior of the Jesuits, then resident at Brussels, an account of the posture of civil and ecclesiastical affairs in England; an extract from it I shall here subjoin: "Father Rector, let not the damp of astonishment seize upon your ardent and zealous soul, in apprehending the sodaine and unexpected calling of a Parliament. We have now many strings to our bow. We have planted that soveraigne drugge Arminianisme, which we hope will purge the Protestants from their heresie; and it flourisheth and beares fruit in due season. For the better prevention of the Puritanes, the Arminians have already locked up the Duke's (of Buckingham) eares; and we have those of our owne religion, which stand continually at the Duke's chamber, to see who goes in and out: we cannot be too circumspect and carefull in this regard. I am, at this time, transported with joy, to see how happily all instruments and means, as well great as lesser, co-operate unto our purposes. But, to return unto the maine fabricke:--OUR FOUNDATION IS ARMINIANISME. The Arminians and projectors, as it appeares in the premises, affect mutation. This we second and enforce by probable arguments."9


The Sovereign Drug Arminianism


The "Sovereign drug, Arminianism," which said the Jesuit, "we (i.e. we Papists) have planted" in England, did indeed bid fair "to purge our Protestant Church effectually. How merrily Popery and Arminianism, at that time, danced hand in hand, may be learned from Tindal:


The churches were adorned with paintings, images, altar-pieces, & etc. and, instead of communion tables, alters were set up, and bowings to them and the sacramental elements enjoined. The predestinarian doctrines were forbid, not only to be preached, but to be printed; and the Arminian sense of the Articles was encouraged and propagated.10


The Jesuit, therefore, did not exult without cause. The "sovereign drug," so lately "planted," did indeed take deep root downward, and bring forth fruit upward, under the cherishing auspices of Charles and Laud. Heylyn, too, acknowledges, that the state of things was truly described by another Jesuit of that age, who wrote:


Protestantism waxeth weary of itself. The doctrine (by the Arminians, who then sat at the helm) is altered in many things, for which their progenitors forsook the Church of Rome: as limbus patrum; prayer for the dead, and possibility of keeping God's com- mandments; and the accounting of Calvinism to be heresy at least, if not treason.11


Arminianism From the Pit


The maintaining of these positions, by the Court divines, was an "alteration" indeed; which the abandoned Heylyn ascribes to "the ingenuity and moderation found in some professors of our religion." If we sum up the evidence that has been given, we shall find its amount to be, that Arminianism came from the Church of Rome, and leads back again to the pit whence it was digged.


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Resource 3. WYLIE, JAMES A.

The Jesuits


From their founding by Ignatius Loyala to this wicked organization's secret teachings and the tortures of the Inquisition (cf. Lea's classic four volume set, A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages at ), Wylie's scholarly work exposes this subversive force (that is still with us today). Book fifteen, excerpted from Wylie's three volume The History of Protestantism (available at: ).


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The Jesuits in History


Paisley calls the Jesuit's the "Gestapo of Rome." This easy-reading, 149 page book will show you why. MaCpherson maintains that every nation that allows Jesuitism on its soil "will one day pay a heavy penalty." Moreover, he writes that "if we are to escape the penalty, we must come to realize that a system which enslaves the individual, fosters superstition, is at war with patriotism and destroys morality, will, if allowed to flourish unchecked, sooner or later destroy society."




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A Disputation on Holy Scripture, Against the Papists, Especially Bellarmine and Stapleton

(Originally written in 1588; 1610 [Latin], 1849 English edition translated by Fitzgerald)


Whitaker's masterwork, refuting some of the best the Jesuits had to offer (in upholding their Romish heresies attacking the Word of God), may even be more valuable in our day than when it was first written -- as many Protestants are unaware of the historic Protestant position on Scripture, or worse, are already on the way back to Rome (on this and other vital points).


Furthermore, Larry Birger comments, "'s wonderful. He is absolutely thrashing the Papists, tying them in knots with not only the Scriptures, but the writings of the Church fathers (Jerome is devastating on the issue of the Apocrypha) and the Papists themselves (e.g., Cajetan, John Driedo, Melchior Canus, Sixtus Senensis)."


This is a first-rate classic on some of the most foundational teaching of the Faith, not to be missed by the serious Christian, the scholar or anyone (including those presently trapped in Mystery Babylon the great, the mother of harlots and abominations of the Earth [i.e. Roman Catholic Church], Rev. 17:5) seeking ultimate truth. Study for yourself what Scott Hahn and other modern apostates have missed, as the Christ-empowered Whitaker sinks his stones into the Jesuit Goliath's (i.e. Bellarmine's) forehead, and then decapitates him with the sword of truth and the skill of one exceedingly learned in the very areas the Papists rely on the most! 718 pages, indexed; crystal-clear print.



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Resource 6. ELLIOTT, E.B.

Horae Apocalypticae; or, A Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical; Including Also An Examination of the Chief Prophecies of Daniel (1862)


The title continues: "Illustrated by an Apocalyptic Chart, and Engravings from Medals and Other Extant Monuments of Antiquity. With Appendices: Containing, Besides Other matters, A Sketch of the History of Apocalyptic Interpretation, Critical Reviews of the Chief Apocalyptic Counter-Schemes, and Indices." This four volume set is respected by many as a scholarly work on eschatology. It will be especially valuable in our day as it absolutely destroys the Jesuit inspired preterist system by conclusively proving a late date for the writing of the book of Revelation. Elliott also demonstrates the impossibility of the futurist system, which, like preterism, was also concocted (as a system) by the Jesuits to counteract the classic Reformation eschatology called historicism. That this is no small issue is clear, as Kevin Reed exhibits (in his book review titled "The Ecclesiology of John Foxe: A book review by Kevin Reed of John Foxe and the Elizabethan Church by V. Norskov Olsen [Berkeley: University of California Press, 1973]") by citing Olsen when he writes,

The Counter Reformation is generally considered to have three aspects: the Jesuits, the Inquisition, and the Council of Trent. In view of the significance of the Protestant apocalyptic interpretation of history which prophetically pinpointed step by step the events covering the whole Christian era from the beginning to the end, it seems justifiable to suggest a fourth aspect, namely the praeteristic and futuristic interpretations launched by Catholic expositors as a counterattack (p. 47).

All the major Reformers and all the major Reformation creeds and confessions adopted the historicist position -- and it is this position that Elliott so skillfully defends. Included in Horae Apocalypticae you will also find a very useful historical survey of who held which positions concerning eschatology, much history on the Roman empire (and its interaction with Christianity), how the Reformation, Islam, etc. were prophesied in the Apocalypse, a world chronology according to the Hebrew Scriptures (which would make the Earth 6127 years old), patristic views of prophecy, the beast and his mark (666) revealed, and much more. The Papacy is also shown to be the apocalyptic antichrist, which was a standard position among the Reformers. Elliott also deals with Moses Stuart's Preterism.

"Furthermore, in 1878, Charles Hadley Spurgeon wrote the classic reference work Commenting on Commentaries. The 'prince of preachers' surveyed over 1,400 commentaries on the books of the Bible providing bible students and pastors with a valuable guide for selecting books for their libraries. His comments are often as entertaining as they arehelpful. Each book of the bible forms a chapter in this work.. Spurgeon provides pithy analysis and offers his recommendation of the best commentary and those to avoid. When he reaches the book of Revelation his clear recommendation is E.B. Elliott's Horae Apocalypticae. He succinctly states that it was "the standard work". It would surprise most Baptists today to realize that this most eminent Baptist preacher was himself an Historicist or Continuist as he called it then. Elliott's work was the standard work in 1878 because the Historicist interpretation was still the standard in Protestantism and this work had gone through 4 editions and had established itself as the standard within the Historicist school. Elliot had died three years earlier in 1875" (from:

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"Edward Bishop Elliott (1793-1875), scholarly prophetic expositor, received his education at Trinity College, Cambridge, graduating in 1816. After traveling in Italy and Greece he was given the vicarage of Tuxford, Nottingham, in 1824, and later was made prebendary of Heytesbury, Wiltshire. In 1849 he became incumbent of St. Mark's Church, Brighton. A member of the Evangelical school, he was an earnest promoter of missionary enterprise and an ardent advocate of premillenialism. Elliott was thoroughly equipped as a scholar and was deeply interested in prophecy, spending a lifetime in investigation and seeking to understand God's mind thereon. His Horae Apocalypticae (Hours with the Apocalypse) [literally 'time with the Apocalypse'] is doubtless the most elaborate word ever produced on the Apocalypse... Begun in 1837, its 2500 pages of often involved and overloaded text are buttressed by some 10,000 invaluable references to ancient and modern works bearing on the topics under discussion.... Perhaps its most unique feature is the concluding sketch of the rise and spread of the Jesuit counter systems of interpretation that had made such inroads upon Protestantism. Holding unswervingly to the Historical School of interpretation, Elliott gives the most complete exposure of these counter interpretations to be found." (The Prophetic Faith of Our Fathers, Leroy Froom vol. III, pp. 716-718)

Sadly, one major warning needs to be given about this book. However valuable the contents are as a defense of historicism (and the late date of the book of Revelation), the author adopted the premillennial heresy (meaning a destructive heresy and not necessarily a damnable heresy; see George Gillespie's Truth and Heresy, free at:, for more on the distinction between destructive and damnable heresies) and thus marred an otherwise useful work when he promotes these views. 2611 pages, with a 29 page index.



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Resource 7. Cornwell, John

Hitler's Pope: The Secret History of Pius XII (1999)


The explosive untold story of the most dangerous churchman in modern history -- drawn from secret archives by an award-winning Roman Catholic journalist Eugenio Pacelli, Pius XII -- a man with unprecedented power for... evil... was pope from 1939 to 1958. Today, still shadowed by his failure to condemn Hitler's Final Solution, he is at the same time nearing canonization. Backed by new research and exclusive access to a wealth of Vatican and Jesuit archives, John Cornwell tells for the first time, in depth, the truth about Pacelli's long career as a Vatican diplomat and the accord between Pacelli and Hitler that helped sweep the Nazis to unhindered power. Hitler's Pope shows how Pacelli's entire life and career led to this, from a brilliant young Vatican lawyer drafting new papal power for the twentieth century to his 1933 Concordat with Hitler that muzzled protest by Germany's Catholic community, the most powerful in the world. Cornwell's explosive conclusion is that without Pacelli's contribution, Hitler might never have come to power or been able to press forward with the Holocaust... Hitler's Pope conclusively documents Pius XII's anti-Semitism, narcissism, and calamitous mix of political and spiritual ambition -- and it shows how many of Pacelli's policies are reasserting themselves today under the reign of John Paul II (Thomas Merton).


An useful book for documenting and exposing some of the more modern inner workings and wickedness of ecclesiastical Antichrist, though the author is still far to sympathetic with the Roman beast.



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Resource 8. KNOX, JOHN

An Answer to a Jesuit: The Marks of a True Church and Ministry


Formerly titled "An Answer to a Letter Written by James Tyrie, A Scottish Jesuit, 1572." The editor of Knox's writings in the series of British Reformers describes this work as,


among the most interesting of the writings of the Scottish Reformer. The sophistries of the Jesuit are completely exposed, and we have answers to many of those arguments which the Jesuits of the present day have brought forward dressed up in specious colours. The ardent desire of Knox to depart and to be with Christ is fully expressed; and the impartial reader of the letter to Tyrie, with its appendages, will be fully satisfied that Knox was not the turbulent ambitious character which his adversaries represent him to have been.


Knox, in his old age, remains steadfast and fearless, proclaiming that,


the doctrine of the Papistical Church, now many years bypast, hath been altogether corrupt; that their opinion, which they call their Catholic faith, has no sure ground within the work of God; and that the way, which they for the most part have followed, was the very way of perdition to all such as without true repentance departed this life in that blindness; and much more shall be to all persons and estates that now shall maintain those abominations, because the light is come, and has sufficiently declared the former darkness.


This piece should prove useful in our day, as Rome seems to have received a new infusion of power from that Satanic spirit that animates her spiritual fornication and adultery with the nations of the Earth. A number of so-called "evangelicals," even now, drink from her polluted cup, and others, having entered into the inner chambers of her brothel, lay within this harlot's bosom, having turned from the truth to serve Satan's lieutenant, the Pope of Rome.


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Antichrist and His Emissaries Unmasked and Rebuked (1998)

A thundering example of Reformation preaching firing the gospel gun into the vitals of ecclesiastical Antichrist. In enumerating the characteristics of unfaithful ministers (from Scripture) Price unmasks the Pope ("that Antichrist, that man of sin and son of perdition, that exalteth himself in the Church against Christ, and all that is called God," WCF 25:6) and Billy Graham as prime examples of deception and unfaithfulness in the visible church (as to essence) today. He points out how Arminianism in doctrine and worship (as well as a host of other sins) are exemplified in these two public figures (as well as in the Romish harlot [who rides the civil beast, Rev. 17-18] in general, along with her harlot daughters [the backsliding "Protestant" churches]). One example of egregious apostasy is seen in the fact that Billy Graham sends his "converts" into liberal churches (which deny the inspiration of Scripture), into that "masterpiece of Satan" (Cunningham) the Roman Catholic church, and even into to Jewish Synagogues (which deny Christ was the promised Messiah). This should not be surprising, given Graham's recent public comments to fellow deceiver Robert Schuller, that Muslims, Buddhists, and "non-believers" alike can be members of "the body of Christ" even thought they "may not even know the name of Jesus, but they know in their hearts that they need something" (Battle Cry, March/April 1998, Canadian Edition, p. 1.). Moreover, this forms another example of how Graham is committing spiritual adultery with the Romish harlot, for as the Battle Cry also notes concerning Graham's heretical statement above: "this statement directly agrees with the Roman Catholic universal catechism, page 224, para. 847: 'Those who, through no fault of their own, do not know the Gospel of Christ or his church, but who nevertheless seek God with a sincere heart and, moved by grace, try in their actions to do his will as they know it through the dictates of their conscience, those too may achieve eternal salvation (by these works--RB)'". As all Bible believers know, both of these comments (by Rome and Billy Graham) fly into the teeth of the words of the Lord Jesus Christ, when He said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me" (John 14:6). Price also defends the right and duty of private judgement from Scripture (and the writings of the Reformers), while proclaiming the necessity of separation from unfaithful ministers and ministries (with help from George Gillespie, Samuel Rutherford and James Renwick). "Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them" (Rom. 16:17). If there is a message that the church needs to hear today (if we are ever to see real Reformation) this is it! This tape is also titled "Micah 3:5-8 (#7) Faithful and Unfaithful Ministry Contrasted 2/3."

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Micah 4:1-5 (#9-#10) Reformation Eschatology (1/2 & 2/2)


The eschatology of the Reformers (and the Reformation Creeds and Confessions) defended and explained (in contrast with the Jesuit inspired systems of Preterism and Futurism): exhibiting the prominent place that the victory of Christ's kingdom (in history) is given in Scripture -- and in the writings of the best Reformers (from Calvin and Cameron, to Witsius [Dutch] and the Westminster Divines [British]). Also demonstrates how the millennium (which Price notes may begin within a generation or two) will include such notable events as the nations bowing to Christ's Kingship civilly, worldwide unity (based on truth, Amos 3:3) in the church, and universal peace in the world. This is hard to dispute just in light of the text from which these sermons are preached:

But in the last days it shall come to pass, that the mountain of the house of the LORD shall be established in the top of the mountains, and it shall be exalted above the hills; and people shall flow unto it. And many nations shall come, and say, Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, and to the house of the God of Jacob; and he will teach us of his ways, and we will walk in his paths: for the law shall go forth of Zion, and the word of the LORD from Jerusalem. And he shall judge among many people, and rebuke strong nations afar off; and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up a sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. But they shall sit every man under his vine and under his fig tree; and none shall make them afraid: for the mouth of the LORD of hosts hath spoken it. For all people will walk every one in the name of his god, and we will walk in the name of the LORD our God for ever and ever.


If you are interested in Reformed thought and would like a very encouraging overview of the classic Protestant position on eschatology, this is likely the best tape set you will find!

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