On 01/13/15, Pope Francis spoke about insulting religions.
He said “You can’t provoke, you can’t insult the faith of others, you can’t make fun of faith.”
In talking about the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris,
“I think both freedom of religion and freedom of expression are both fundamental human rights.”
“Everyone has not only the freedom and the right but the obligation to say what he thinks for the common good … we have the right to have this freedom openly without offending.”
He is saying these things to setup the Jesuits New World Order, where after WW III when Muslim countries attack Israel, the world will cry out for “peace and safety,” which the Jesuits will happily provide in their New World government and religion.
There will be no religious freedom. The true followers of Christ who will not bow down to their authority, who won’t compromise their beliefs about Christ, will become the enemy of the world.
Referring to the wars of the Crusades which were sanctioned by the Catholic Church against Islam, Pope Francis said:
“Let’s consider our own history. How many wars of religion have we had? Even we were sinners but you can’t kill in the name of God. That is an aberration.”
The Roman Catholic Church Crusades were not an aberration.
Pope Innocent III said, “Anyone who attempts to construe a personal view of God which conflicts with (Catholic) church dogma must be burned without pity.” (Source: Papal Bull, 1198 A.D)
Pope Gregory IX said, “The lords of the districts shall carefully seek out the ‘heretics’ in dwellings, hovels, and forests, and even their underground retreats shall be entirely wiped out.” – (Source: Council Tolosanum, 1229 A.D.)
Historians estimate that during the Dark Ages and the Inquisition, the Roman Catholic Church killed over 50 million people whom they deemed as heretics, most of which were Christians who dared to own a Bible (which the Church forbid) or proclaimed the Gospel of Christ.
At one event, remembered as the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre, an estimated 100,000 Huguenots (Protestant Christians in France) were slaughtered.
In Spain alone the number of condemned exceeded three million, with about 300,000 burned at the stake during the length of the Spanish Inquisition. (Source: Page 259 of an updated version of “Foxe’s Book of Martyrs”; 2001; Publisher: Bridge-Logos.)
Pope Francis joked about having asked God to spare him a painful death.
“Am I afraid? You know that I have a defect, a nice of dose of being careless. If anything should happen to me, I have told the Lord, I ask you only to give me the grace that it doesn’t hurt because I am not courageous when confronted with pain. I am very timid.”
The blatant hypocrisy after the Roman Catholic tortured and burned to death countless saints, during their Holy Inquisition.
From the ministry of John Wycliffe sprang the English Lollards which numbered in the hundreds of thousands. One of their leaders, Lord Cobham, when brought before King Henry V and admonished to submit to the Pope as an obedient child, replied:
“As touching the Pope and his spirituality, I owe him neither suit nor service, forasmuch as I know him by the scriptures to be the great Antichrist, the son of perdition.” (Guinness, op. cit., p. 134)
For his testimony King Henry V had him “hanged up by the middle, in chains of iron, and so consumed alive in the fire, praising the name of God as long as his life lasted.”
In the 15th century John Huss referred to the Antichrist as the enemy of the Church – not as a Jew, a pagan, or a Turk(Muslim) – but as a false confessor of the name of Christ.
“Surely even at this day is the malice, the abomination, and filthiness of ANTICHRIST revealed in the pope...”
“The Pope is … the true Antichrist, of whom it is written, that he sitteth in the temple of God, among the people where Christ is worshiped…”
“I trust in God that He will send after me those that shall be more valiant; and there are alive at this day that shall make more manifest the malice of ANTICHRIST, and shall give their lives to the death for the truth of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
In 1555 Hugh Latimer said before being burned to death “What fellowship have Christ with Antichrist?”
In 1555 Nicholas Ridley said before being burned to death that the See of Rome is the seat of Satan.
In 1556 Thomas Cranmer said before being burned to death that the Pope is Christ’s enemy, and the antichrist.
The list goes on and on, as the Inquisition of the Roman Catholic Church killed millions of saints, fulfilling Revelation 13:7 “It was granted to him to make war with the saints and to overcome them. And authority was given him over every tribe, tongue, and nation.”