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Exposing Pope Francis


Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves.”- Matthew 7:15


And many false prophets will arise and lead many astray.”Matthew 24:11


“For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions.”2 Timothy 4:3 


Just because it sounds good, does not mean God said it. God warned us that in the last days people would not endure His sound teaching and flock to teachers that teach to suit their own passions and satisfy their own flesh inspired opinions. A sound teacher is one that hears from the Lord and confirms His written word. A false teacher is one that manipulates the Word to match it to tickle the ears of others. Wise men follow Christ and listen to sound teachers that lead them to God. Fools discount God’s word and place the messages of false teachers above the Word of God, simply because it suits their own agenda. Our world has been exposed to many false teachers and it is the responsibility of Christ followers to stay rooted in the Word of God to discern sound teaching from false teaching and to call out false teaching before it leads too many astray. Which is why I am calling out the bad theology and false teaching of Pope Francis.


Pope Francis was one of the Roman Catholic Church’s biggest leadership failures. Catholics and Protestants both have expressed anger and disgust for his theological inaccuracies and for preaching a false Gospel. He might be considered “nice” by the world’s standards, but the fruit that he bears indicates that he is undoubtedly not a man of God. Here are just a few examples of the times that Pope Francis has ran counter to Biblical doctrine.


Pope Francis supports homosexuality

Pope Francis said to a gay man, “God made you like this and He loves you like this.” The Pope’s flattery just led this man astray. He led him deeper into darkness and deeper into his sin. He led him further from the truth, further from lightness, further from repentance, and further from the Lord. He was correct when he said that God loves him as he is, BUT God loves him too much than to LEAVE HIM AS HE IS. God did not create us to be sinners and our sin is not part of our identity. He did not create homosexuals to be homosexual, no more than He created drunkards to be drunkards, idolaters to be idolaters, fornicators to be fornicators, murderers to be murderers, etc. Christ calls us to deny ourselves, pick up our cross, and follow Him. (Matthew 16:24) God created our identity to be rooted in who Christ is and what He did for us, not in our sins or in our sexual identity. What the Pope said was certainly comforting, but it was not the truth. And sometimes the truth hurts. But the truth will set you free. (John 8:31).



Pope Francis Has Insisted That Christ is Unnecessary for Salvation

I watched a video of a little boy asking the Pope if he believed his dead father, who did not believe in God, made it to Heaven. In short, Pope Francis told the little boy that he was sure that God accepted him into His Kingdom simply because the little boy had been baptized. He said that his father was “surely a good man by making sure that his son would be baptized, and God would not abandon a good man.” Everyone in the crowd cheered.


One of the most dangerous and deadliest falsities is to tell someone that they do not need Jesus in order to go to Heaven. Jesus said, I am the way, the truth, and the life, no one comes through the Father without coming through me (John 14:6). While this message was comforting to the little boy, it did not even come close to being a proper or correct response. Not only is saying that Jesus is not necessary to enter Heaven a slap in the face to Christ’s sacrificial death as payment for our sins, but how can a mere mortal possibly know where a deceased person went beyond their death? The only proper answer that the Pope could have (and should have) given that would have been within his realm of finite knowledge would be to say, “none of us know what his last moments with God were. If he accepted Christ before he passed, then he surely went to Heaven.” Because at the end of the day… no one really knows. But what we do know is that if we are in Christ, then we have no reason to fear death and can have assurance of our salvation. And to tell anyone anything other than that is sending a message to the world that God weeps at and Satan rejoices in.



Pope Francis asserts that the COVID-19 crisis was a response of the earth for the “sins we committed against it”  

The Pope’s latest and most recent deception was the accusatory statement he made on Earth Day about the COVID-19 crisis being a product of people’s “sins against the earth.” He said that “God is forgiving, but the earth is not forgiving” and that “we are paying for how we treated the earth and the environment”. He also says that we should have a “harmonious relationship with the earth.” These statements are not Biblical. Where in the Bible does it say that you can sin against the earth? God says that you can sin against Him and your fellow man, but not the earth. The earth cannot forgive and cannot respond because it is inanimate with no emotions. He also said that “the Earth is God’s home.” But the Bible said that God is seated on His throne in Heaven and that the earth is His footstool. (Isaiah 66:1). Earth is no one’s home. It’s not even our home. The earth was a gift that God gave to us to be good stewards over, in which we have corrupted through sin. But our home is in His Kingdom with Him, it is not the earth. The Pope’s message is incredibly problematic, for it echoes this rhetoric of New Age mysticism and sends an implication for Christ followers to elevate planet earth on a pedestal.


I acknowledge that most of what I have addressed may sound scandalous or blasphemous to some readers who admire the Pope. Mind you all that I am not condemning Pope Francis as a person, but I am condemning his theology and his false narrative that he has asserted, because it is offensive to the Lord and His word. I pray that the Lord will lead Pope Francis away from the darkness of the Devil’s schemes and toward the light of his truth. I pray that all who hear Pope Francis’s messages will not be moved by them and that his words will not penetrate to their spirits. I pray that any of you who happen to admire the Pope that the Lord will open your eyes to the Gospel truth and turn way from the Pope’s teachings and that you will turn back to the true teachings of Jesus Christ.



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