The Ministry of Former Roman Catholic Priest, Richard Bennett.

Richard as Priest

Richard Bennett

The Lord Jesus Christ is personally All Holy; yet, as the substitute for the believer's sin, He rendered Himself legally responsible to the wrath of God. The consequence of Christ's faithfulness in all that He did, culminating in His death on the cross, is that His righteousness is credited to the believer. It was God who legally constituted Christ to be "sin for us." He was "made sin" because the sins of His people were transferred to Him, and in like manner, the believer is made "the righteousness of God in Him" by God crediting to the believer Christ's faithfulness to the precepts of the law. Quite clearly, therefore, justification is a judicial and gracious act of God whereby a believing sinner has legal right standing in Christ. Without this perfect righteousness of Christ Jesus being credited to you, you remain spiritually "dead in trespasses and sins" (Ephesians 2:1). This Gospel of Christ Jesus is explained in most of our articles and presentations.






As Spiritual Mediator Francis Moves his Geopolitical Agenda Forward.

Pope Francis

Dear Friend,

The pretense of Pope Francis acting as a spiritual leader while factually establishing his political agenda is startling. Francis has seized the position of being the keynote spokesman for a new initiative in global peacemaking. In Francis, the world is encountering an individual with casuistic skill. In this article Robert Nicholson and I critique Francis’ power pretensions and deconstruct his philosophical beliefs. Thus, as Francis captivates many ecumenical Evangelicals, we present documented facts. We request that you forward the attached article to your family and friends. Comments on our article are welcomed, kindly send them to us at:


Thank you.


Richard Bennett and Robert Nicholson


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From Atheism and Catholicism to Christs

Camille Jolly

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Camille Jolly was born in Brittny in France her parents in an atheistic family.  From early in her life she showed great talent music and song.  As a teenager she began to have doubts regarding atheistic beliefs and she became very interested in Roman Catholicism.  Because of her talent with Catholic Gregorian Chant, she was welcomed by the Catholic Church.  In 2013 she travelled Benin in Africa to teach Catholic Gregorian chant... On her return to Paris France she then began viewing our Berean Beacon Videos and those of Larry Wessels on the Internet.  In this video she explains her dynamic coming to biblical faith in Christ Jesus alone.   This interview with Richard Bennett is fascinating.  To your family, friends and church members kindly forward its URL: http://youtu.be/SpN9t78-M6M  Thank you

Thank you,

Richard Bennett







Peter and the Rock, February 24, 2014

St Peters in Rome
                             St. Peters in Rome


For most Catholics the authority of the Pope as derived from Peter is the main cornerstone of their faith. For them it is the lifesaver to fall back on, when all else fails.  In contrast the Lord Jesus Christ attributed Peter’s intuitive knowledge that He was “the Christ” and “the Son of the Living God” to be a revelation from His Father in heaven. Therefore it is most important that we examine the text in question. Eternal life is a stake as one believes Christ Jesus as did the Apostle Peter. Therefore please carefully listen to this message, and kindly forward the link to this vital message to your church members and your family and friends.

Peter and the Rock 


Thank you.





Articles on the topic of the Eastern Orthodox Church

Eastern Orthodox Church

Eastern Orthodox Church

Dear Friend,

In recent years, interest in the Orthodox Church among Christians has grown steadily, and there have been a number of converts to this religious body. Besides this, some of the main dogmas of the Orthodox Church are now found with some who called themselves Evangelicals. In addition, more and more Evangelical churches encourage... Read More