“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil” (Isaiah 5:20, NIV).

By Roman Sheremeta. Nov 7, 2022

Pope Francis has lost my respect a long time ago. And his yesterday’s speech was another nail in that coffin. I couldn’t believe that he actually said: “I have great respect for the Russian people, for Russian humanism.”

The Bible warns us that in the last days there will be false teachers and prophets, and that people will trade good for evil. Now we see a perfect display of this in the persona of Pope.

I would recommend the Pope to read the Bible once in a while, because it says: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil” (Isaiah 5:20, NIV).


  1. Never trust the Argies.
    This Pope was a supporter of the fascist junta of Argentina when it invaded The Falkland Islands in 1982, despite the fact that The Falklands were British before the fake country of “Argentina” even existed. The islands were unpopulated before that.
    Unlike Argentina, which had its own indigenous people wiped out by the invaders on the tried and tested Russian model : invade, occupy, inflict genocide and race replacement and declare it yours.
    No surprise then that Argentina’s mother country: Spain, has given about as much help to Ukraine as Ireland; ie close to fuck-all.

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  2. If he can’t make the distinction between russian supporters of the invasion, and those Russians OPPOSED to it, then he lumps them all together under “humanism.” Also, though it’s never explicitly mentioned in the Bible, humanism puts the concerns of first in a broad, overreaching and impersonal way, over those of God, hence the name itself. It shares many traits with marxism in this, which is also against God. I’m not Catholic, but the pope is an APOSTATE if he maintains this stance. In his statement about still having respect, even for those russians supporting the invasion, he should consider what Jesus says about the church of laodicea in Revelation Chapter 3 verses 14 through 22. To maintain no absolutes about good or evil, is a vile stench in God’s nostrils, and he will cast such people away from his presence.

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    • Though the term is not used humanism is not left unaddressed.
      Acts 5:29 – Then Peter and the other apostles answered and said, We ought to obey God rather than men.
      The Bible teaches moderation, patience, and peace (Phil. 4:4-8). Humanism stresses that this life is all there is – that our existence is extremely brief and ultimately hopeless. The Bible, on the other hand, teaches us that while the outward man perishes, the inward man is renewed day by day.
      Humanism is a religious system, the deity of the worldview being man himself. Humanists hold their views with zeal and conviction.
      Be careful of Bible “translations” that add or take away. There is a warning in Revelation on this regarding the Revelation prophesy itself, but as in time of old we should exercise great care when handling the Word of God.
      Revelation 22:18-19
      18. For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: 19. And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and [from] the things which are written in this book.
      There are some perverse versions that go so far as to claim “You do not have to do only the things humans do, for you are not only human. You are superhuman; above human; beyond human; way past human status.”
      About puked having to read some of this garbage.
      At one time a verse was displayed out of the amplified “Bible” that mentioned superhuman, in comparative study I found it in no other versions. However I’m not finding the verse referenced at that “church” at this time. If I run across it again I’ll post it.

      The church should be as the arc was in the water but rose above it. So the church should be in the world but not the world in the church. Or as water in a vessel sinks it, so too does worldliness sink a church.

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