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Ever Since 1946 and the Doctrinal Warfare Program was created and signed for in 1953, Catholics have been brainwashed & their minds taken over with a number of Masonic Lies which totally re-orientate their views on life, politics and morality.

We will discuss these errors and show how it has turned Catholics guinea pigs for the New World Order.

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  1. Catherine Walsh   On   April 26, 2023 at 1:41 pm

    Thank you for this podcast. I was surprised to hear from Br. Alexis that if the Gospel calls Pontius Pilate the governor instead of the Procurator it is changing the Scriptures. So I quick looked in my Latin Vulgate Bible and Matthew 27:11 and John 18:28 both call Pilate the governor. Mark and Luke just call him Pilate. Looked into the Douay-Rheims Haydock Bible and it said the same thing, calling Pilate the governor. How can a Catholic be held accountable for something like this when these two bibles are the ones that are highly recommended? Looking forward to your answer if you have time. Thank you

    • AJ Baalman   On   April 26, 2023 at 8:30 pm

      Br. Alexis has shared this link and has studied the classics and agrees with it.

      “The question concerning the original title of the Roman governors of Judea has arisen because the New Testament employs the word hegemon (Matthew 27:2, 11, 14, 15, 21, 27; Matthew 28:14 Luke 3:1; Luke 20:20 Acts 23:24; Acts 24:1; Acts 26:30), which corresponds with the Latin term, praeses, which might be considered synonymous with either procurator or praefectus (Hirschfeld, 384). There is no inscriptional evidence to establish the nomenclature of the rulers of Palestine before the time of Vespasian, and Hirschfeld is of the opinion that a certain passage in Tacitus (Ann. xv.44) where Pilate is called procurator is not sufficient proof in view of this writer’s carelessness in details of this sort. Josephus (Ant., XX, i, 2), however, employs epitropos (procurator) for the time of Claudius, and it is convenient to follow common usage and assume that this title was current from the first.”

      https://biblehub.com/topical/p/procurator.htm
      Also this link too https://www.biblestudytools.com/lexicons/greek/nas/hegemon.html

      • Catherine Walsh   On   April 27, 2023 at 4:50 pm

        Thank you so much, A.J. Right now I am listening to you and Br. Alexis on The Figuring Out The Globalist Plan. After that, your answer to me will receive my full attention!

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