History of The English Bible: Roman Catholic Church, John Wycliffe, John Hus, and the Lollards AD 1382 The first hand-written English language Bible manuscripts of the complete Bible were produced by John Wycliffe (1320-1384), an Oxford professor, scholar, and theologian. Wycliffe, (also spelled ‘Wycliff’ and ‘Wyclif’), was well-known throughout Europe for his opposition to the teaching… Continue Reading
An Understand the Times – Lighthouse Trails Special Report
According to Bible prophecy, a one-world religion that will offer the promise of peace throughout the world is going to commence prior to Christ’s return. To most, this global body will seem like a wonderful thing and very possibly will be a pseudo-Christianity (coming in the name of “Christ”); however, contrary to how the masses will view it, it will actually help establish and set up the antichrist and his one-world government.
In order for this to happen, all religions must come together in an ecumenical plan. Today, as part of this Satanic scheme, the evangelical/Protestant church is being drawn seductively into the Roman Catholic church, largely through what we call “The Jesuit Agenda.”
Watchdog orders publication of former prime minister’s payment by oil firm that was kept secret for 20 months Tony Blair has received cash from a South Korean oil firm in a deal kept secret until the business appointments watchdog intervened, the Guardian has learned. After 20 months of secrecy, the former prime minister has now… Continue Reading
Details of Pope Benedict’s first UK visit confirmed (Tuesday, March 16) by Buckingham Palace Pope Benedict XVI will travel to Scotland, hold two public masses and meet the Queen in the Vatican’s first official papal visit to Britain. Buckingham Palace confirmed details today of the first official visit to Britain of a pope, which will… Continue Reading
Senior staff running a faith charity set up by Tony Blair are being rewarded with salaries of up to £120,000. The salary details are included in the annual report and accounts lodged with Companies House last week. The accounts show two members of staff earned between £110,000 and £120,000, another earned between £100,000 and £110,000… Continue Reading