Catholic Agenda Embedded in the Manhattan Declaration

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Sent: Friday, February 12, 2010 4:04 PM
Subject: [] Catholic Agenda Embedded in the Manhattan Declaration.

Dear Partner in the Gospel,
The Manhattan Declaration, which has influenced the Evangelical world since last November, is a serious downgrade into implementing Catholic social doctrine.  Through the use of social issues, the Papal Church seeks to draw true Evangelical Bible-believers into itself.  While calling itself a clarion call to Christians, it turns out to be a sinister ecumenical document, just as was the "Evangelicals and Catholics Together" (ECT) document in 1994.   However, the subtleties this time are remarkably clever, and while its effects are worldwide, the target audience is primarily the USA.

We have analyzed the Catholic agenda that is cunningly imbedded in this document.  Our newsletter is called, "Catholic Agenda Embedded in the Manhattan Declaration."  It is now posted on our Website at: If you wish to get the article as a Microsoft Word document, just request it and it will be sent to you.

Since the Declaration not only requests signatures of acceptance, it also gives an opportunity to write to voice your convictions online at: I ask that you write stating your reason for not signing.  Also kindly forward the article to others and if possible, post it on your Website.

Trusting in the Lord's grace and His Gospel alone,
Richard Bennett

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