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0595252974
Author:
Michael Bunker
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Religious Studies
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English
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iUniverse (October 8, 2002)
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318 pages
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Michael Bunker in Swarms of Locusts traced the path of the "free will" doctrine through history. He reveals the free will doctrine as a false gospel, which has been nurtured and promoted by the Roman Catholic Church.

Michael Bunker in Swarms of Locusts traced the path of the "free will" doctrine through history. That false gospel rejects the sovereign grace of God in his election of those for salvation.

This is what makes Swarms of Locusts such a necessary book. The author then builds upon these historical truths and clearly exposes how the Jesuits have permeated all denominations of the Protestant Church. In this work the author uncovers forgotten history regarding the cooperative salvation theology of the Jesuits. From Cain to Charles Finney, this book historically connects-the-dots and undeniably proves that modern Protestantism has abandoned the Doctrines of Grace and embraced the doctrines of cooperative salvation.

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In "Swarms of Locusts: The Jesuit attack on the faith" by Michael Bunker, Bunker says, "There are countless . Bunker doesn't leave a source and his index only has biblical references

In "Swarms of Locusts: The Jesuit attack on the faith" by Michael Bunker, Bunker says, "There are countless volumes of conspiracy literature exposing the Freemasons, but few expose the fact that Albert Pike's spiritual advisor and second in command was an initiated Italian Roman Catholic Jesuit priest named Guisseppi Mazzini. Bunker doesn't leave a source and his index only has biblical references. I think that this information is false but can't find any sources on Guisseppi Mazzini and the information I find on Albert Pike is that he was very anti-Catholic, so I find the possibility of him taking spiritual guidance from a Jesuit priest rather unlikely.

This is what makes Swarms of Locusts such a necessary book

This is what makes Swarms of Locusts such a necessary book.

Excerpt from ‘SWARMS OF LOCUST’ (pg 50-51) The Jesuits always attack the freedom of conscience, the free press, and the right to. .But we must also note that the Society of Jesus is always at work on both sides of any battle.

Excerpt from ‘SWARMS OF LOCUST’ (pg 50-51) The Jesuits always attack the freedom of conscience, the free press, and the right to bear arms, because these God-given rights are used by True Christians to resist the evils proposed by Jesuit controlled tyrannical governments. The Jesuits were the biggest beneficiaries of the first amendment. Prior to that amendment, Catholicism was a small (but potent) portion of the population.

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A historical expose on the Jesuit's influence on mainline Protestant doctrine and practice.  In this work the author uncovers the history of the cooperative salvation theology of the Jesuits, and how that unorthodox theology was absorbed by Protestants.  From Cain to Charles Finney, this book historically connects-the-dots and undeniably proves that modern Protestantism has abandoned the Doctrines of Grace and embraced the Jesuitical doctrines of the Catholic Church.
  • Malien
I have been preoccupied with my own writing project lately, and have not reviewed a book for awhile. Last year I purchased a used copy of Michael Bunker's out-of-print work Swarms of Locusts, and I carefully read it a few months ago. Overall it was a very interesting book.
The basic argument of this book is that the Roman Papacy used the Jesuit order (founded by Ignatius Loyola in 1540) to attack true christian churches and their doctrine from the time of the RC "counter-reformation" down to the present day. This book primarily details the spiritual conspiracy, but also covers some political conspiracies.
This book goes to great lengths to defend the absolute Sovereignty of God over salvation, a position denied by both Roman Catholics and Arminians This book slams the "cooperative redemption" mindset (aka: make a decision for Christ, possibly in conjunction with baptism or some other work or sacrament) that is common to Roman Catholics, along with most "protestants" and evangelicals. Bunker holds that Jacob Arminius was an agent of the Jesuits who set out to subvert the true doctrine of Protestant churches by giving them a repackaged version of Roman Catholic doctrine. Very interesting.
Bunker also exposes the eschatological error of "Dispensationalism", which is held by most Arminians. This book rightly condemns C.I. Scofield, Darby, and Billy Graham. This book mocks the bizarre explanations of scripture used by the "Dispensational-Futurist" prophecy school of thought, which he terms "pop-prophecy".
Bunker also exposes the modern four-point Arminian movement known as Independant Baptist as erroneous, and likely an intellectual heir of the Jesuits. Most Independent Baptists (I was one before God awakened me to his Sovereign Grace) claim to eb descended from the European Anabaptist groups, and sometimes call their soteriology (salvation doctrine) as "Biblicist". Basically they hold to four of the five points of Arminianism (including the core point), openly denounce Calvinism, and then ignorantly claim to not be Arminian (repackaged Roman Catholic)! Brilliant!
Bunker also exposes the "charismatic" movement, including its recent (19th century) origin by many people who were either heretics, occultists, or sodomites. Bunkers believes this to be connected to the "Spiritual Exercises" and visions of the Jesuits.
I think there are only two weak point to this book. These two weak points are the "short robe" Jesuit theory (mainly in regards to political subversion) and the lack of attention to Jewish subversion. I understand Bunker's Jesuit short robe theory to basically be that: many influential people have been conscious and willing agents or frontmen for the Jesuits -even when these people are not and have never been a Jesuit priest, Catholic priest of any order, graduate of a Jesuit college, or even a member of the Roman catholic church. That is a rather weak, unprovable, make anything fit, ignore other connections that may be there mindset.
Bunker attempts to tie the Jesuits to: Freemasonry, the Illuminati, Yale's Skull and Bones Society, Hitler and NS Germany, the communist U.S.S.R., and the present day U.S. government's leadership (especially the post 9/11 D.H.S.). Note that I wrote "attempts". Bunker even claims that a priest named Bernard Staempfle may have written Mein Kamp, and that Hitler and the Third Reich were basically a Jesuit operation! I find it a tad humorous that instead of quoting Hitler, Bunker quotes Jack Chick quoting Hitler to help establish the alleged Jesuit connection. (I suspect Chick-,an Independent Baptist, Dispenstionalist, and likely Arminian- cannot verify his Hitler quote). I believe that Bunker's attempted Jesuit political conspiracy ties are rather weak, and in some cases nonexistent.
International Jewry is not mentioned in connection with any of the above conspiracies, or in connection with the Federal Reserve or the flooding of America with non-white immigrants (many of whom happen to be Mexican and Central American Roman Catholics). Likewise, it is not covered that upon his death Loyola yielded control of the Jesuit Order to one of the original cofounders, one Diego Laynez (a Jesuit of Jewish ancesry). Hmm...
Overall this book was great. The Biblical and spiritual are superb! The political conspiracy argument are rather weak. Overall, I liked this book and would recommend it to my friends.
  • Lahorns Gods
Recently finished "Swarms", and I must say it has really helped bring to light some critical issues. I especially appreciated the history lesson on the church and the ideas purported from pulpits across America in this age -- where these ideas started and how they trace through to today.
It's amazing that most of us can go through our Christian lives and never hear about these things.
This is something Christians need to read. I think it's important to know history and know from whom most of the current main-stream Christian thoughts come.
  • Ttyr
Michael Bunker in Swarms of Locusts traced the path of the "free will" doctrine through history. He reveals the free will doctrine as a false gospel, which has been nurtured and promoted by the Roman Catholic Church. That false gospel rejects the sovereign grace of God in his election of those for salvation. It has found its way into modern Protestant theology. This injection of the Catholic theological poison into nominal "Christian" denominations is the result of a satanic conspiracy. This strategy will give rise to an ecumenical movement that will ultimately result in the nominal "Christian" denominations falling under the yoke of the Vatican.

Bunker explains that the false free will gospel doctrine was labeled Pelagianism after a fifth century A.D. theologian named Pelagius. Pelagius preached that man was completely free to do good or evil, and that God's grace only facilitated what man would choose in his own free will. Palagius further taught that man had a free will and could choose his own salvation. Pelagius, in order to remain consistent with his free will view, also taught that man could choose to fall away and lose his salvation by his own free choice. Pelagianism was seen by the Christian community as a false gospel and so it never really took hold.

Less than a century later, a form of Pelagianism rose from the ashes; it was known as Semi-Pelagianism. Under Semi-Pelagianism, man was fallen and his will was hindered by sin, but not totally so. According to Semi-Pelagians, man is not spiritually dead, but only spiritually sick. They taught that man could utilize his faith to cooperate with God in facilitating his own salvation. Semi-Pelagians accepted that God was sovereign but at the same time they promoted the inconsistent view that man had free will in order to choose whether to be saved. Semi-Pelagianism became the generally accepted doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church and was later codified as such at the Council of Trent (circa 1547). Semi-Pelagianism was promoted by a Jesuit priest named Luis de Molina. Molina taught the Semi-Pelagian view that God predestined believers to salvation but at the same time man had a free will to choose to be saved. This doctrine became popularly known as Molinism.

The Roman Catholic church knew that Protestant Christians would never adopt Molinism if it were known to have sprung from a Jesuit priest, so they decided to use a front man in order to introduce this false doctrine into the Protestant churches. They used a man named Jacobus Arminius (1560-1609), who was an admirer of Molina, to popularized the free will doctrine of Molina among Protestants. As a result of the successful efforts of Arminius and other Jesuit agents, Molinism has since become popularized not as Molinism but as Arminianism.

Many view Arminianism as an orthodox Christian view of Scripture, when in fact it is a corruption of the gospel that has been injected into the Protestant denominations by Jacobus Arminius. Arminianism is simply repackaged Roman Catholic doctrine. Arminiasm has been promoted by "Christian" luminaries all over the world including but not limited to John Wesley and Charles Finney of yesteryear to today's Billy Graham, Dave Hunt, Chuck Colson, Chuck Swindol, Chuck Smith, and Hank Hanegraff.

God, on the other hand, has made it clear in the Holy Scriptures that he is sovereign and salvation is by his grace through faith in Jesus Christ.

Edward Hendrie
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  • Mazuzahn
Don't know much? This book will cure that problem. If you do know your church history, you will know immediately that Mr. Bunker has done his homework. Starting with the earliest infiltration of Jesuit influence on Protestant doctrine, Bunker takes the reader step by step to present day wolves who are leading people astray. With biblical references aplenty to back up all doctrinal statements and practical ways to recognize who are wolves and who are sheep, the reader is given a clear lesson in what is truth and what is deception. A must read for all truth seekers and a real eye opener for those who have been lulled to sleep by the so called "Christian" church.
  • Dakora
This book is for people who are open to the truth about church history and how it has been transformed into what the church has become today with the help of schemers and deceivers.