The Creation Of The Religion Of Roman Christianity

This Revelation 18:4 – Come Out Of Her study from David Nikao focuses on the fall of the Roman Empire, which led to Satan creating the Roman Catholic Church.

During the first few centuries after our Messiah founded His Church, Satan tried to destroy the Early Church by using the Roman Empire to kill 10 million Christians. The most intense persecution period was from 303-312 A.D., as Emperor Diocletian tried to wipe out Christianity.

But the saints kept laying down their lives for their Messiah, and the Church just grew faster, so Satan changed his strategy and sought to destroy it from within.

He caused Emperor Constantine to see a vision in which he was told, “In this sign thou shall conquer” and it was the sign of the cross. Constantine went on to take control of the Roman Empire, and he ended the persecution of the saints in 313 A.D.

The ‘conquering’ in the sign of the cross was not just against other leaders or countries; but primarily against the followers of Christ.

Constantine supposedly became a Christian, but the fruit of his life told a different story, as he continued to worship the Sun. He feigned belief to carry out his mission of subverting the Church of Messiah.

Satan was creating a new ‘christian’ religion, that of the Roman Catholic Church, which would pervert the commands of God.

During the 1st – 3rd centuries, the Roman Bishops were working to establish themselves in the Roman Empire, fulfilling, “for the mystery of lawlessness is already at work.

And now they had opportunity to influence the commands of Emperor Constantine, as he created Roman Christianity, which would pervert the teachings of the Holy Scripture, under the guise of Christianity.

Constantine combined the pagan Babylonian and Roman worship of false gods with Christian names, to create a Universal religion, to draw the world under his power.

This is why the Harlot of Revelation 17, the Roman Church, is called Mystery Babylon, for her religion is that of the Babylonians, under the guise of Christianity.

The Father hates the ways of the pagan gods, and He hates it when His people follow after the traditions of the pagan gods.

Bill Cooper tells the truth about the Falling Away of 2 Thessalonians 2, when Emperor Constantine created the Roman religion of Christianity.

David Nikao Wilcoxson

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7 thoughts on “The Creation Of The Religion Of Roman Christianity”

  1. Hello, I just found your site. I am a former Catholic and I found this very interesting.
    Do you have a “Statement of Faith” or and About Us” section?

    Thank you

    • Hello Tim! HalleluYah that the Father brought you out of the Catholic Church! All of the studies on this website act as a ‘statement of faith’ if you will, as they show Scriptural truth. Keep learning and growing in the Way! David

    • I like Natsarim or Nazarene, but Messiah is the Anointed One, the Christ, so Christian is okay. The challenge with the name Christian is that there’s so many false teachings and actions associated with that name. Christmas, Easter, etc. are associated with being a Christian. The antichrist beast Popes caused Catholics to kill tens of millions of saints in the name of Christ. The Popes proclaim to be a Christian but they teach a false Gospel and that Mary is the intercessor to the Father.

  2. i have become aware of paul sides deceptive teachings with your help, however i am wondering if he has some truth mixed in with the lies. are there any books of his you would recommend? could i read them while asking the Father for discernment or should i just disregard all his teachings altogether? thanks

    • Thank you for your comment Joseph. Paul Sides attracts people to him by teaching some truth, that’s his appeal. Satan hates that people are coming out of Roman Christianity, so he is causing false teachers to mislead them into another deception.

      Rav Shaul’s books contain some truth and his deceptions, so I would not recommend them.


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