Video: Jesuit Inspired Counter Reformation
The Reformation was a movement that gained momentum during the early 1500’s when brave men like Martin Luther protested against the Roman Catholic Church. The Counter-Reformation was a movement by Rome to ridicule the efforts of the Reformation and to mislead Christians in order to bring all churches back under the ecclesiastical authority of the Roman Church.
Apart from Dispensational Futurist theology that was devised by Roman Jesuits, other theological differences were also popularized by the Counter-Reformation, which today is mostly accepted as truth. The Roman Catholic Church, through the control of religious movements, have succeeded leading the Christian world back to the Mother Church. It is common knowledge that the Ecumenical movement is a initiative of Rome and forms part of the Counter-Reformation.