The Book of Enoch

The Book of Enoch was extant centuries before the birth of Christ and yet is considered by many to be more Christian in its theology than Jewish. It was considered scripture by many early Christians. First off Chirst quoted from Enoch, Paul quoted From Enoch, Peter Quoted from Enoch and Jude quoted from Enoch. The earliest literature of the so-called "Church Fathers" is filled with references to this book. The early second century "Epistle of Barnabus" makes much use of the Book of Enoch. Second and Third Century "Church Fathers" like Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Origin and Clement of Alexandria all make use of the Book of Enoch. Tertullian (160-230 C.E) even called the Book of Enoch "Holy Scripture". The Ethiopic Church even added the Book of Enoch to its official canon. It was widely known and read the first three centuries after Christ.

This and many other books became discredited after the Council of Laodicea (364 AD). And being under ban of the authorities Possession of this book and other banned books carried a death sentence. Afterwards the Book of Enoch gradually passed out of circulation. Origen stated that in 230 AD this book by name was still part of the Canon of Scripture.

The Book of Enoch Chapter 1-60 (Ethiopian Version)

The Book of Enoch Chapter 61-120 (Ethiopian Version)

Book of Enoch Quotes in New Testament --Updated 11/2006


The book of the Martyrdom of Isaiah is referred to in Hebrews 11:36-38 "And others had trial of cruel mockings, they were sawn asunder, were tempted, they wandered about in sheepskins and goatskins; being destitute, afflicted, they wandered in deserts, and in mountains" These are all direct quotes from this book. This book is a must read. The truth is so stark in here concerning the rise of the Antichrist, The False Prophet, and the coming persecution. This is a story of the rise Manasseh the King of Judah in the spirit of anti-christ. How he is Given the power to deceive all of the House of Hezekiah, Zadok and the entire Priesthood and Levites I am astonished at words of the false prophet at the trial of Isaiah the accusations and the final words of the The False Prophet to Isaiah: "Say what I say unto thee and I will turn their heart, and I will compel Manasseh and the princes of Judah and the people and all Jerusalem to reverence thee." To which Isaiah responded 'So far as I have utterance (I say): Damned and accursed be thou and all thy powers and all thy house. For thou canst not take aught (from me) save the skin if my flesh of my body.'

Martyrdom of Isaiah



Philo's writings contain the single oldest description of the Christain Community that we have today it is inciteful beleivers were still selling all to become schirsts disciples, they met on sundays, they had the healing power of God, when they ment for a meeting it was for 10-12 hours, the wrote all manner of sons and hymns, they read the writings of their founders -- thesewritings were called commentaires and they read scripture.


Eusebius wrote the only book of Church History for the first three centuries. It is interesting to note the differences between what Philo wrote and Eusebius wrote.


Flavius Josephus

Quote on Christ and the Church

About this time there lived Jesus, a wise man, if indeed one ought to call him a man. For he was one who performed surprising deeds and was a teacher of such people as accept the truth gladly. He won over many Jews and many of the Greeks. He was the Messiah. And when, upon the accusation of the principal men among us, Pilate had condemned him to a cross, those who had first come to love him did not cease. He appeared to them spending a third day restored to life, for the prophets of God had foretold these things and a thousand other marvels about him. And the tribe of the Christians, so called after him, has still to this day not disappeared.

Josephus- Jewish Antiquities, 18.3.3 §63

The Destruction of Jerusalem

This is a very sobering piece. It will bring tears to your eyes are you read of the signs and wonders in the heavens and the Children of Israel hardening their heart and stiffening their neck until the very end. I want to note here that no where in the account is made mention of any prophet of the sect of Christains or the sect or the Nazerites (As they were called in Acts) this is disturbing becasue it would seem to belay that in a single generation namely after the death of the Apostles James Peter and Paul and the rest other than John.-- There seems that there was not a single prophet mighty in spirit that stood up in 70 AD and cried unto the people repentance and the coming destruction. Historically the Christains had been driven from Jerusalem by persecution long before these final events transpired. And yet there were no intercessors, none that stood in the gap and made up the hedge so God was forced to act alone in the destruction of Jerusalem -- and the silence of the early Church in the matter is deafening.




The Epistle of the Apostles NEW 11/05

This book is a MUST READ. It appears to be the earliest book published with a synoptic of Gospel incidents, extensive the proofs of the ressurection, and detailed teachings of Christ and Q&A with the apsotles during the 40 days before his assention.

This book is not listed in a single canon, nor is it mentioned by a single apostollic father as being false. And yet there are copies of it from the Coptic Church, later copies that were written in Ethiopic, and still later copies written in Latin.

I would suggest that the reason it is not not listed in a singled canon this is: first that Peter and the Apostles are portrayed in a poor light. Secondly Jesus prophesies of the coming of Paul and that he would be the Apostle to the Gentiles as well as Rome. Thrrdly Christ preaches solidly against the notion of Catholic traditions and doctrines. This book away any Augustinian or Lutheran or Calvainistic idea of eternal security, or ultimate reconcilliation. And the finally this book was distributed decades before the churches were founded that were used to verify books in the canon.

The Epistle of the Apostles -- 34-36 AD


The Didache

Next to Philo this is the second oldest writing that gives us insights into the life of early beleivers.We read that the visitation of Prophets and Apostles was commmon -- and that the visit of false prophets and apostles was common also. We are told that the Didache was a catachism that was handed out to young beleivers so that they could found themselves in the faith. It covers salvation, the path of life and the path of death, giving, prophets and apostles water baptism, communion, and spiritual gifts like prophecy.


The Didache was part of the Canon of Scripture from the earliest days of the Church to the days of Constanitine it became discredited only after the Council of Laodicea (364 AD). And being under ban of the authorities Possession of this book and other banned books carried a death sentence. Afterwards this book gradually passed out of circulation. Origen stated that in 230 AD this book by name was still part of the Canon of Scripture

Epistle of Barnabas

The Eptisle of Barnabas was listed as part of the Canon of Scripture from the earliest days of the Church to the days of Constanitine it became discredited only afterthe Council of Laodicea (364 AD). And being under ban of the authorities Possession of this book and other banned books carried a death sentence. Afterwards this book gradually passed out of circulation. -- it contains within it a rendition of the path or life and the path of death contained in the Didache. Origen stated that in 230 AD this book by name was still part of the Canon of Scripture


Justin Martyr

In Justin Martyr's defense of Christ and the Ekklesia he goes into pain staking detail on the practices and beleifs of the early Church and because of this this writing has great value to us this day.

1st Apology to the Roman Senate -- 155-170 AD

Justin Martyr's appeal to Trypho the head of a Jewish synagogue is probably the closest thing that we can read as to how the early church taught in meetings, how Paul and the Apostles themselves appealed to the Jews from synagogue to synagogue to become true Jews and fulfill the faith of Abraham through Christ. When one reads Justin Martyr's words one can not help but feel that we have lost so much since the fall of the early beleivers. This writing is invaluable to seeing Christ in OT prophecy and it enumerates the proofs that the Ekklesia is the legitamate heir of the promises of Abraham.

Apology to Trypho P-1 -- 155-170 AD
Apology to Trypho P-2 -- 155-170 AD
Apology to Trypho P-3 -- 155-170 AD
Apology to Trypho P-4 -- 155-170 AD
Apology to Trypho P-5 -- 155-170 AD
Apology to Trypho P-6 -- 155-170 AD

From the few the infection of sin spread to the many, who were blinded by popular usage (Christain doctrines and traditions that they created in the place) of the knowledge of (the truth) that which was everlasting and unchangeable. For the men of former generations instituted private and public rites (Sacraments) in honour of such (honoring such) as being more powerful (And more effectual than the truth), caused forgetfulness (to veil the mind of those) of the Catholic faith (so that they) took possession of their (corrupt man-made) posterity; (traditions) -- Justin Martyr; The Sole Government of God
This blew my socks off 1) Because not only does this exactly fortell how the fall of the early church came down 2) But his use of the word "Catholic faith" decades before the word was coined adds great import to his words. 2) And his use of biblical terms "the few and the many" many are called but few are chosen, the word "Ecclesia" or Church which means the out called of the called indicates that the error would issue forth from the church leadership. that these mean would create populist teachings in place of the "everlasting and unchangeable Gospel of Christ. And in so doing they that would blind themselves for all time and all that would follow them -- This is an image of Christ's charge that the pharisees with their man made tradtions were the blind leading the blind. The prophecy then says these men instituted or institutionalized private and public rites -those would be the false sacrements or false sacrifices or mass that was placed to superceed Christ's once and for all sacrifice on the cross. And then these would venerate their tradtions as being more effectual than Christ's work on the cross. this in turn would cause a forgetfullenss or a veil to come over the minds of their followers so that the laity would take full possession of these false traditions.

Minucius Felix New 8/2006
Wrote this apology between 160-180 AD (The earlier date is assured because had he writen this in the day or Tertullian and had distributed this to be read in the churches While Tertullian preached, he would have sharply railed against the writer and the reading of this epsitle as abject sin. Incredible doctrinal changes had occurred between the days if Minucius Felix and Tertullian.) This writing was based on a debate between the Christain scholar Octavius and a Roman philosopher named Caecilius who then "converted."
This apology spends much of its energy refuting perverse rumors that were circulated concerning what Christians practiced in their private meetings. While this Epistle contains no quotes of scripture, the writer infers about a dozen passages of scripture.

Chapter Ten Caecilius: Why have they (The Christians) no altars, no temples, no acknowledged images? Why do they never speak openly (We see here that Caecilius acknowledges that the early church of the second century had no brick and mortar churches of their own, they had no altars -- which existed at least for a full generation before Origen. They also had no acknowledged images which would also include symbols like the fish. In March 2006 in Meggido Israel a late second century church was uncovered (Which was probably built when Tertullian lived 200 AD) this church had symbols on its tile floor and an image of Christ -- this Apology had to have been written before that. This also alludes to what the Lord has shown us that in the early church the witnessing was done out in the street and that meetings were primarily conducted between beleivers alone. Their church services were completeley different than ours -- with no salvation messages or altar calls to the unsaved, And why is it that they) never congregate freely (Never allowing mixture in their meetings neither did they partake with the unsaved in the things of the world), unless for the reason that what they adore and conceal is either worthy of punishment, or something to be ashamed of? Moreover, whence or who is He, or where is the One God, solitary, desolate, whom no free people, no kingdoms, and not even Roman superstition, have known? The lonely and miserable nationality of the Jews worshipped One God, and one peculiar to itself; but they worshipped him openly, with temples, with altars, with sacrifices, and with ceremonies; and He (This God of the Jews) has so little force or power, that He is enslaved, with His own special nation, to the Roman deities (That destroyed Jerusalem and their temple in 70 AD). But the Christians, moreover, what wonders, (This unbeleiving philosopher attests here that believers still had signs, wonders, and diverse miracles following them. Justin Martry testified to Trypho that God had taken away these things from the Jews and it was THE SIGN that God was with the Church.) And what monstrosities do they feign (Caecilius now begins to describe the Gospel that he has heard them publicly preach.) that He (Jesus) who is their God, whom they can neither show (No images or statues) nor (can they themselves) behold, inquires diligently into the character (Christ ponders the disposition of the heart and soul) of all (beleivers and unbeleivers), their acts (as well as their actual deeds public and private) of all, and, looks closely, at their words and secret thoughts. (They preach that Christ) searches about everywhere, (Not just at their worship when they meet) and (This Christ) is everywhere present: they make Him out to be troublesome, restless, even shamelessly inquisitive, since He is present at everything that is done, wanders in and out in all places. (They also state that) although, being occupied (dwells in) the whole (of the church), He cannot give attention to particulars (individual menbers -as the members are to see to one another's needs), nor can he be sufficient (to provide all) for the whole (of the Church) while he is busied (ministering) with particulars (individual beleivers.) What! because they (in their preaching) threaten conflagration (The coming judgment) of the whole world, and to the universe itself, with all its stars, are they meditating (pondering) its destruction?--as if either the eternal order constituted by the divine laws of nature would be disturbed, or the league of all the elements would be broken up , and the heavenly structure dissolved, and that fabric in which it is contained and bound together would be overthrown. (We see in this a statement from an unregenerate man that the Church of that hour had no altars, no brick and mortar meetings places, no images or symbols, that the meetings were for beleivers only and they spoke not what occurred in them, but that they forcibly preached of sin, righteousness, and the coming judgment to the lost, and that they preached that the gospel was not in word alone but in deed.)

Chapter 31 Octavious: But we maintain our virtuousness not only in outward appearance, but in our heart. With great pleasure (demonstrate this virtue as) we cleave to one another in the bond of a single marriage; in passion and procreating, we know either one wife, or none at all. (We see here that in the second century before Gnosticism and Monasticism overthrew the Church that the norm of the day sexual intercourse was called virtuous, husbands and wives with great pleasure cleaved unto one another, their relations were filled with great sexual passion, and they were fruitful unto the Lord. But more importantly their ministers and teachers were not sexually repressed by Calvinism and Victorianism.)
We practice sharing in banquets, which are not only modest, but also sober: for we do not indulge in entertainments nor prolong our feasts with wine; but we temper our joyousness with gravity, with moral discussion. These gladly keep their bodies chaste so they can make a boast of a perpetual virginity. In so doing these keep their bodies from indulging in any lustful passion, and there are even some that at the very the idea of virtuous sexual intercourse between a husband and wife it causes them to blush. (We note here that at the “thought” of couples engaging in “virtuous sexual intercourse” these unmarried virgins did not fall under the condemnation of the devil, or needed to have any demons cast out of them as is commonly preached in this day. And more over all the married Christians of the first and second century neither blushed nor bristled at any talk of sexual matters nor at the coarse words usid in this Epistle.) -- Thus, in short, we do not distinguish our people by some small bodily mark, as you suppose, but (we) easily enough (By the spirit are able to distinguish one another) by the sign of innocence and virtuousness (of spirit). Thus we love one another, to your regret, with a mutual love, because we do not know how to hate. Thus we call one another, to your envy, brethren: as being men born of one God and Father, whose companions (we are) by faith, and (we) are fellow-heirs in hope. You, however, do not (can not) recognize one another (by spirit), and you are cruel in your mutual hatreds; nor do you acknowledge one another as brethren, unless indeed for the purpose of fratricide. (The extermination a group or an ethnicity)



The Holy Spirit Himself also, which operates in the prophets, we assert to be an effluence of God, flowing from Him, and returning back again like a beam of the sun. Who, then, would not be astonished to hear men who speak of God the Father, and of God the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
A Plea For the Christains Chapter X

Quotes on the Prophetic Spirit -- 175 AD



By this time just 90 years after the death of John the Church has begun to majorly drift. I have cited two instances of quotations from Irenaeus where he wrote enough on a subject that we can make a judgment whether he was teaching what Christ and the Apostles taught or if he was mouthing man-made doctrines and traditions that within a few short decades caused the church to fall from grace.

The Fall of Man and New Traditions of the Apostles --180 AD

“We hear many of the brethren in the church who have prophetic gifts, and who speak in tongues through the spirit, and who also bring to light the secret things of men for their benefit [word of knowledge]…” --Irenaeus 180 AD Irenaeus in this statement is saying that in his Church and in his life these things do not exist - but he has heard that elsewhere, in other peoples churches that these things still exist. This is also a reference to people speaking in tongues. 150 years after the day of Pentecost.

Irenaeus appears to be the first to command that any Christian writings be preserved and copiously be rewritten and discributed. However it should be noted that the statement below was not in regard to the writings of the Apostles and the Gospels of Christ but in regard to this mans own corrupt words and doctrines -- And thus at this time the "Church" did not begin to preserve copy, and distribute their ancient writings. -- That was not accomplished until the days of Eusebius and Constantine in 330 AD. How much more of the words of Christ and the Apostles might we have today had this man cared a whit about anything else than exalting his own name around for posterity's sake.

"I Adjure thee, who shalt transcribe this book, (of his own writing) by our Lord Jesus Christ, and by His glorious appearing, when He comes to judge the living and the dead, that thou compare what thou hast transcribed, and be careful to set it right according to this copy from which thou hast transcribed; also, that thou in like manner copy down this adjuration, and insert it in the transcript." -- Irenaeus (Fragements of the Lost Writings of Irenaeus)


Christians alone have possessed the truth, inasmuch as we are taught by the Holy Spirit, (The Holy Spirit leading and guiding individuals into all truth) who spoke in the holy prophets, and foretold all things. And, for the rest, would that in a kindly spirit you would investigate divine things. I mean the things that are spoken by the prophets—in order that, by comparing what is said by us with the utterances of the others, (The Prophets) you may be able to discover the truth. Theophilus (Book III Theophilus to Autolycus) 185 AD

Theophilus his is speaking on several levels here. by comparing what is said by us with the utterances of the others, you may be able to discover the truth. First this is exactly what Paul said in Thessolonica about the Bereans being more honorable than all others in that they search the scriptures nightly to see if the thingsthat Paul said were so. So at least with Theophilus this was the rule -- his words had to past the scruitiny of scripture.

Second there is the issue of being taught by the Holy Spirit and Theophilus and other beleviers having utterances -- that casue them to possess the truth but their utterances and revelations must be jusdged by the words of the Holy Prophets. So in this we see that they had the prophets in other words scripture but that in itself could not lead a man to posessing truth. It takes the Holy Spirit teaching us -- the word that proceedeth from the mouth of he father to guid e us to all truth through utterances visions deams and revelations.


I have found this 08/07/05 and Tertullian confirms some of what I have written in the past year concerning Eve and her sins. And more importantly Tertullian give a defense for the book of Enoch which I will now post with a seperate document filled with quotes I have found from Christ and the Apostles quoting from this book.

Tertullian on the Sins of Eve and The Book of Enoch -- 200 AD

While this is a book of correction concerning the Montanists Tertullians has some highly useful quotations from the Old Testament on fasting and deliverances and forgiveness obtained by so doing.

Tertullian on Fasting -- 200 AD

Concerning the Montanist Revival
For after the Bishop of Rome had acknowledged the prophetic gifts of Montanus, Prisca and Maximilla, and in consequence of the acknowledgment, had bestowed his peace (he had admitted back to communion) on the churches of Asia and Phrygia, he (Praxeas then behind their backs), by importunately urging false accusations against the prophets themselves and their churches, and insisting on the authority of the bishop’s predecessors in the see, compelled him to recall the the pacific letter which he had issued, as well as to desist from his purpose of acknowledging the said gifts. By this, Praxias did a twofold service for the devil at Rome: he drove away prophecy; he put to flight the Paraclete, and he crucified the Father. (Tertulllian, Against Praxeas)
This may be the event that caused God to depart from the early church.

Tertullian on the Rapture: :New 10/2006
For why did the Lord foretell a “woe to them that are with child, and them that give suck,” except because He testifies that in that day of disencumbrance the encumbrances of children (Here the church of Tertullian’s day has made out of whole cloth the desolation of marriage, the desolation of family and the desolation of children as part of a "secret" or "invisible" coming of Christ)  will be an inconvenience?  It is to marriage, of course, that those encumbrances appertain; but that (“woe”) will not pertain to widows. At the first trump of the angel (Christian wives) will spring forth disencumbered (from their babies, from their children that give suck, and presumably from their “duties” as a wife[this sounds alot like feminism] and they) will freely bear (The message of the Gospel across the earth.) to the end (The time of the last trump, regardless of) whatsoever pressure and persecution, (Shall be set before them) with no burdensome fruit of marriage heaving in the womb, none in the bosom. (They will not deny the faith.) To his wife Book I Chapter 5 What we have here, is a made up fantasy concerning a rapture or cathcing away taking place at the first trumpet where of babies and children that are being breast fed are wisked off so that these woman can fearlessly preach the gospel. -- This is no doubt the source of the false prophesies and false visions of the rapture given in the Irvingite Revival in the mid-1800's. (The rapture as taught is the spiritualization of these children flying away instead being beleivers. And the mothers are spritualized into being the churches of tribulated beleivers -- who are to die for their faith as a punishment of not havingbeleiverd sooner.)



Saint Hippolytus - I only list the title of "Saint" because the Roman Catholic Church has bestowed this title upon this corrupt man and thus in their halls his words are regarded as holy and unquestionable. This man was a Disciple of Irenaeus, and a Presbyter of the Church of Rome -- 230 AD

This "Saint" by the Spirit of Prophesy identifies the Antichrist as being an extension of the Roman Empire.

"And the words: He exercised all the power of the first beast before him, and caused the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed. Signify that, after the manner of the law of Augustus, by whom the empire of Rome was established, he too will rule and govern, sanctioning everything by it, and taking greater glory to himself."  
-- Saint Hippolytus  (Treatise on Christ and Antichrist)

This "Saint" by the Spirit of Prophesy further identifies the Antichrist as being a "Latin."

"But, as we have already said, the wound of the first beast was healed, and he (the second beast) was to make the image speak, that is to say, he should be powerful; and it is manifest to all that those who at present still hold the power are Latins. If, then, we take the name as the name of a single man, it becomes Latins. Wherefore we ought neither to give it out as if this were certainly his name, nor again ignore the fact that he may not be otherwise designated. But having the mystery of God in our heart, we ought in fear to keep faithfully what has been told us by the blessed prophets, in order that when those things come to pass, we may be prepared for them, and not deceived. For when the times advance, he too, of whom these thing are said, will be manifested."
-- Saint Hippolytus  (Treatise on Christ and Antichrist)
This is such a condemnantion of the Church of Rome the only vestige left of the "Holy Roman Empire" that remains. And I want point out that Mohammed was an Apostate Roman Catholic .And therefore ehe bastardized religion that bares his name is a daughter of the Church of Rome and the bible Mohammed and his "Evil Jin" wrote is a corrupt version of the holy bible. Mohammed in his own words told his wife he beleived he was demon possessed, and the writings he was writing were doctrines of demons. I mention Mohammed in this fame because of his seed a muslim shall rise a moderate muslim and he by extension being a bastard child of the Church of Rome one in spirit who is a Latin shall indeed be the Aintichrist and he shall cause the oblation to cease, and destroy the temple and altar that is in Rome.



Origen's writings are extemely important because he is the man that acknowledges how far the church had fallen in his day. Yet he still affirms some of the important truths that were handed down from the Apostles.

Origen's Commentary on John -- Book 1 -- 230 AD

This is a highly important letter that states a lot of information about the Canon of Scripture in 230 AD and the "Thousands of Corruptions " ommissions or additions that have been made to the books of the bible that are not in the Original Hebrew.

Origen to Africanus -- 230 AD

Origen on: Ask Seek and Knock -- 230 AD

"Though the Holy Spirit gave signs and outward demonstrations of His presence at the beginning of Christ's ministry and after His ascension, these things have diminished and are no longer widespread."
-- Origen to Celsus -230 AD


The shepherd who minds worldly things is esteemed in fault, against whose countenance thou mightest dare to say anything. Gehenna itself bubbles up in hell with rumours. (Commodianus LXIX To God's shepherds 240AD)

If thy brother should be weak-I speak of the poor man-do not empty-handed visit such an one as he lies ill. Do good under God; pay your obedience by your money. Thence he shall be restored; or if he should perish, let a poor man be refreshed, who has nothing wherewith to pay you, but the Founder and Author of the world on his behalf. Or if it should displease thee to go to the poor man, always hateful, send money, and something whence he may recover himself. And, similarly, if thy poor sister lies upon a sick-bed, let your matrons begin to bear her victuals. God Himself cries out, Break thy bread to the needy. There is no need to visit with words,(as to Job) but with benefits. It is wicked that thy brother should be sick through want of food. Satisfy him not with words. He needs meat and drink. Look upon such assuredly weakened, who are not able to act for themselves. Give to them at once. I pledge my word that fourfold shall be given you by God.(Commodianus LXXI to visit the sick 240 AD)


"These were my frequent thoughts. For as I myself was held in bonds by the innumerable errors of my previous life, from which I did not believe that I could by possibility be delivered, so I was disposed to acquiesce in my clinging vices; and because I despaired of better things, I used to indulge my sins as if they were actually parts of me, and indigenous to me. But after that, by the help of the water of new birth, the stain of former years had been washed away, and a light from above, serene and pure, had been infused into my reconciled heart,- after that, by the agency of the Spirit breathed from heaven, a second birth had restored me to a new man;-then, in a wondrous manner, doubtful things at once began to assure themselves to me, hidden things to be revealed, dark things to be enlightened, what before had seemed difficult began to suggest a means of accomplishment, what had been thought impossible, to be capable of being achieved; so that I was enabled to acknowledge that what previously, being born of the flesh, had been living in the practice of sins, was of the earth earthly, but had now begun to be of God, and was animated by the Spirit of holiness."
-- Cypian (1st epistle) 250 AD
Here in 250 AD Cypian speaks of his own testimony in which salvation was one experiance he later received the baptism of the Holy Ghost as a complete seperate experiance

Let us urgently pray and groan with continual petitions. For know, beloved brethren, that I was not long ago reproached with this also in a vision, that we were sleepy in our prayers, and did not pray with watchfulness; and undoubtedly God, who "rebukes whom He loves.
-- Cypian (7th Epistle) 250 AD
Here Cypian is speaking of prayer and groanings and having a vision.

A voice filled with the Holy Spirit broke forth from the martyr's mouth when the most blessed Mappalicus said to the proconsul in the midst of his torments, "You shall see a contest to-morrow. . . Mappalicus promised again to the proconsul in his own name and that of his colleagues. Nor did the faithful voice deceive in his promise; he exhibited the fight to which he had pledged himself, and he received the reward which he deserved.
-- Cypian (8th Epistle) 250 AD

For this reason the divine rebuke does not cease to chastise us night nor day. For besides the visions of the night, by day also, the innocent age of boys (Children) is among us filled with the Holy Spirit, seeing in an ecstasy with their eyes, and hearing and speaking those things whereby the Lord condescends to warn and instruct us.
-- Cypian (9th Epistle) 250 AD

For what can be a more spiritual prayer than that which was given to us by Christ, by whom also the Holy Spirit was given to us? What praying to the Father can be more truthful than that which was delivered to us by the Son who is the Truth, out of His own mouth? So that to pray otherwise than He taught is not ignorance alone, but also sin; since He Himself has established, and said, "Ye reject the commandments of God, that ye may keep your own traditions. Mark 7:9"
-- Cypian (The Lord's Prayer) --250 AD

Cypian on Almsgiving
Cypian invents a doctrine to annul the sins of those who have lost their salvation by denying the Lord, turning in other beleivers to save themselves, heretics,and those who have commited other greivious sins unto death.

254-257 AD Stephen 1 is elected Bishop of Rome.
This carnal man is the first to dare to assert the primacy of the Church at Rome over all Chirstian Churches, based upon its supposed link to the apostle St. Peter. (The Church at large does not accept the Bishop of Rome's claims at that time. It only gains power when it becomes a "venerable tradition.")

He also ordained that vestments worn for ecclesiastical purposes were not to be used in daily wear, thus setting the clergy apart from the laity and deacons in their dress.

His days as the Bishop of Rome were largely filled with controversy concerning Novatus and possibly thousands of others who in the most recent persecution had denied their faith, (Apostates) of these perhaps a few hundred of these had turned in fellow beleivers to save themselves (thus were called murderers.) This controversy that had been raging since the days of Cornelius. Cornelius had excommunicated Novatus, whereupon Novatus had himself consecrated bishop of Rome (According to Catholic Doctrine this corrupt man was made Pope and in him carryied the holiness of Peter up the line of sucession) Novatus was one in the linby some dissident deacons, bringing about a schism in the Church. Novatus and his followers held that Christian baptisms performed by sinners such as heretics, apostates and murderers were invaild because one could not receive the Holy Spirit at the hands of one who did not possess Him.

Stephen reaffirmed this corrupt doctrine of Novatus saying that that the baptism by heretics was a practice of Christ and that Christ himself was actually bestowing the sacraments, (Communion and Baptism) so that their validity and efficacy did not depennd on the grace or abject corruption of the human minister. On the same grounds, Stephen 1 argued that it was not neccessary to rebaptize apostates and heretics who had lapsed, but that a simple laying on of hands was sufficient to bring them back into the church. Stpehen 1corrupt teachings and doctrines aliented many beleviers in the Church, including Cypian (Let us be perfectly clear here Cypian and these other bishops were also corrupt in that they desired that all that had fallen away in persecution or heresy be brought back into the church (ie the Apostates and murderers) in order to receive their offerings. But Cypian was against them being made priests, decons, and elders.)

Basil the Great -- 330-379 AD

These are quotes from St. Basil the Great --Regarding the fall of the Church and the Appearance of the Anti-Christ in the Church of Rome. These are eye opening to say the least and while I realize that some of these quotes are in regards to the Aryan Error -- it is unmistakeable that Basil is speaking of far more than a localized doctrinal error.

Quotes from St. Basil

John Chrysostom

The floor of Hell is paved with the skulls of (Roman Catholic) bishops.
--St. John Chrysostom, (Patriarch of Constantinople (347-407)

Concerning the gifts, prophecy and tongues spoken of by Paul in 1 Corinthians 12-14 John Chrysostom comments on that passage by writing: "The whole place is very obscure . . . but the obscurity is produced by our ignorance of the facts referred to and by their cessation, being such as then used to occur (down for ceturies after Paul the Apostle was martryed.) but now no longer take place." --St. John Chrysostom, (Patriarch of Constantinople (347-407)

Now don't you think that if the baptist doctrine of "Tongues shall cease" that was invented out of whole cloth in 1910 as a response to the Pentecostal revival that had taken away 30% of their churches was scriptural and had indded been taught by Christ and the Apostles -- that John Crysostom would have known of it? He instead testifies: "But the obscurity is produced by our ignorance of the facts referred to and by their cessation."

This is only 10 years after the Roman Catholic Church created a new Canon of Scripture, surely if that was the trigger don't you suppose that this man who lived then would have known of it? But he doesn't.

Not one Apostolic Fathers said: "You know there's going to be a day when by God we figure out that we need to create a canon of Scripture. And when that comes what a glorious day that shall be when tongues will cease, and prophesy shall pass away.

Well here we have that glorious day and John Chrysostom head bishop of Constantinopel doesn't know anything about it. And instead of telling us that Revelation is flowing now from his fingertips from the new Costantine bible that was just plopped in his hands instead he tells us he is in "darkness and ignorance about 1 Corinthinans 12-14 these entire passages are completely obscure to him. They are closed, he is utterly blind to their meaning, and all he knows is these gifts occurred in the church and then seemingly without warning disapeared and he hasn't a clue as to why this happened. John Chrysostom is not talking of enlightenment and blessing here. He is talking about ignorance blindess and utter darkness because the Holy Ghost departed from the church. The irony of the utter falsehoods that baptists preach on these passages is that the verse they use to bind and blind theri followers today was right in this mans hand all he had to say for game set match and point was "Ya all know that Paul did tell us them vile tongues and that dang prophecy would cease and heck cease they did." But John Chrysostom did not say that . Why because the passage like half a dozen others in the NT is speaking of when Christ returns in His second coming.

Saint Nilus

Prophecy of Saint Nilus
Concerning the year 1900 on into the 20th Century (400-450 AD) --5/2009

St. Ephraem

St. Ephraem's Sermon on the End Times, which the fly away, see no pain rapturists claim -- contains a reference to Christ's secret second coming. In actuality confirms all that we have seen and heard of the Lord to date on what is about to take place.(St. Ephraem 374 AD) --4/2006

Vincent of Lerins

The whole world, almost all the bishops of the Latin Church fell into heresy, forced by violence or deceived by guile. It was like a fog fallen upon the spirits and hiding which road to take. In order to be safe from this contagious plague, the true disciples of Christ had to prefer the ancient beliefs rather than all the false novelties.
--St. Vincent of Lerins (400- 450 AD)

When a foulness invades the whole Church..., we must return to the Church of the past.
Vincent of Lerins (400- 450 AD)

The Muslim Overthrow of Europe

From Centumcellae to the Garigliano
-- 850-890 AD
(***A MUST READ) A partial history of what occurred in the first rise of Islam in Europe and its attempt to overthrow the Church and the Vatican.


St. Malachi (***Huge prophetic event)

Prophecy of St. Malachi on the remaining 122 popes in the church age, the destruction of the temple (The Vatican) in Rome, with the sudden rise of the antichrist. (1139 AD) -- 5/2009

Martin Luther-- 1500's

These quotes from Martin Luther are not for the sensitive or faint of heart. The purpose of this is to lay bare the sin and corruption of a man we are told that single handedly founded the protestant movement.

Luther Quotes -- 6/2005

Luther's 95 Theses --4/2007

John Calvin -- 1500's

These quotes from John Calvin are not for the sensitive or faint of heart. The purpose of this is to lay bare the sin and corruption of a man that is one of the three main reformers that founded the Protestant and Fundamentalist movement.

Calvin Quotes -- 11/2005

Menno Simons -- 1500's

Therefore, anoint your eyes with eye salve, that you may see and understand which is the right way, the truth and the life; the way which is so strait and narrow and found of so few; the truth which is known to none, except those who are taught of the Spirit of the Lord, illuminated and drawn by the Father; the life which is to know God the Father as the only true God

Therefore do not look upon the usages and customs of the fathers, nor upon the worldly wise and the learned, for it (The truth) is deeply hidden from their eyes. They were always those who, from the beginning, thrust (themselves and their followers) from them the wisdom of God through their own wisdom and have trampled it under foot; for the wisdom of God, which we teach, is that wisdom which none may understand, except those who are desirous of living and walking according to the will of God; it is that wisdom, which is not to be brought from afar nor taught in colleges. It must come from above and be learned through the Holy Ghost;

Therefore, look to God's word, to the testimony and example of the holy prophets, the Lord Jesus Christ and his apostles. Let these be your doctors and teachers, and not the ambitious, mercenary preachers of this world; then you will soon perceive, whether we are within or without the truth.

Seeing then, beloved, that Satan can transform himself into an angel of light, 2 Corinthians 11, and thus sow tares among the Lord's wheat, such as the sword, polygamy, secular kingdom, and kings and other like errors on account of which the innocent have to suffer much.
(Menno Simons preface to: A Foundation and Plain Instruction of the Saving Doctrine of Our Lord Jesus Christ):

The Methodist Revival of John and
Charles Wesley 1735-1790

One hardly knows where to begin in speaking of this revival, so many songs so many words were coined because of those who were moved upon by the Holy Ghost and yet never in the annals of Chrsitan History has a group so vehemently rejected its past and maligned the gifts and operations of the Spirit as the Methodists -- Since the 1970's their denominations have become complete reprebates and apostates to the teachings and doctrine of theri founders just 280 years earlier. This rate of fall can help us account for what befell the early church and serves as a warning to all churches and denominations that would stray from their spiritual foundations

The Shouting Methodists -- 1735-1790

Quotes From John Wesley on the Manifestions of the Holy Spirit --1735-1790

The Missionary Movement -- 1785 New 11/05

There is an utter fallacy among Baptist and Fundamentalist Denominations in this generation that from the days of their founding by Menno Simons in 1530 through the later hijacking of the fundamentalist movement by the followers of John Calvin that Baptists and Fundamentalists have always been obediant to the great commision of Christ. Historically this is not at all the case, the Mission and Missionary Movement was founded by William Carey in 1785.

In 1785 the Elder Ryland a staunch Calvinist invited the younger brethren to propose a subject for discussion before the leadership of the British Baptist Convention. There was no reply, among those present till at last William Carey the Preacher at the Moulton Chapel in Leicester, England suggested, doubtless with an ill-restrained excitement, "Whether the command given to the Apostles, to teach all nations, was not obligatory on all succeeding ministers to the end of the world, seeing that the accompanying promise was of equal extent."

To this William Carey question the Elder Ryland shouted out the rebuke --"You are a miserable enthusiast (Code word for Methodists of that day with Pentecostal tendencies) for asking such a question. Certainly nothing can be done before another Pentecost, when an effusion of miraculous gifts, including the gift of tongues, will give effect to the commission of Christ as at first."
The above statement is an utterly amazing when compared with the baptist's and fundamentalist's complete rewrite of their history and beliefs. First in regards to ther supposed dedication to the word of God and the great commission -- Here clearly Elder Ryland shows the denominations disdane for the word of God when it does not suit their purposes. Secondly we see that previous there was no regard to the lost and fulfilling the great commision as their modern contemporaries have supposedly built theri denominations around and third and most astonishing to theri modern contemporaries is that Baptists is the 1500's 1600's 1700's and 1800's were not dispensationalists in regards to Pentecost, the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and Speaking in Tongues -- all of the doctrines and traditions that they teach today were invented of whole cloth in 1910 in a grand convention to stem the flow of baptists and the like from becoming converts to Pentecostalism.

It was then that Carey implored Elder Ryland and the other board members present of the duty of Christians to preach the gospel to every nation and tongue which was had been issued by Christ seventeen centuries earlier, but had been for fourteen of these neglected by the church at large:

Some months later in seeking the origin of the phrase “So Heavenly minded, no earthly good “ I unexpectedly stumbled upon a second quote concerning William Carey and his confrontation with Brother Ryland in that 1785 meeting which is as follows:

Some have accused "Calvinists" of being so heavenly minded that they’re no earthly good; of putting so much emphasis on God’s sovereignty that they completely ignore a Christian’s responsibility to witness and evangelize the lost.

Perhaps you’ve heard about the famous response of the Baptist Elder Ryland's response to William Carey’s concern for the obeying Christ’s great commission to preach to the heathen. He said, "Young man, listen to me. When God is pleased to convert the heathen, He will do it without your aid or mine."
In this statement we can clearly see the underlying cynacism and arrogance of Calvinism. It is a cold religion that cares not for one's neighbor much less missions. Calvanism teaches one is to care only for one's self; that is if they are one of the few that have been predestinated to go to heaven, while leaving all the rest of the world to die in their sins and torment without hope.


The Cainridge Revival of 1799-1804

This little known revival has had great spiritual ramifications
throughout American History. Cainridge was rich with the
manifestatons of the Holy Ghost that 100 years later became Pentecost.
Cainridge is the birth of American camp meeting.
Cainridge caused the creation of what we know today as the Bible Belt.

The Cainridge Revival of 1799-1804

The Mennonites Reunite with their Anabaptist / Pentecostal Beginnings 1977

Seldom in Church history has any denomination repented and acknowledged that they were on the wrong path. 1n 1977 the Mennonites (The denomination from which all Baptists, All Fundamentalists. All Pentecostals and All Charismatics were spawned from) called a grand convention in which they publicly acknowledged the Ana-Baptist’s and their founder Menno Simons’ Pentecostal roots. Not only did they acknowledge this; but also they changed their doctrinal stance on all issues regarding the baptism of the Holy Spirit and the gifts of the spirit allowing their fellowships to once again receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit and exercise themselves in the gifts of the spirit.

The Holy Spirit In the Mennonite Church