The sequel to “A Lamp in the Dark” is Tares Among the Wheat
A Lamp in the Dark is an exciting new documentary that unfolds the fascinating and “untold” history of the Bible, revealing critical information often withheld or overlooked in modern histories. Enter into a world of saints and martyrs battling against spies, assassins and wolves in sheep’s clothing.
Throughout the Middle Ages, the Papal Inquisition forbade biblical translation, threatening imprisonment and death to those who disobeyed. Learn the stories of valiant warriors of the faith, such as John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, Martin Luther, the ancient Waldenses, Albigenses and others who hazarded their lives for the sake of sharing the light of the Gospel to a world drowning in darkness.
Once the people were able to read the Bible and had the Word of God in their hands, the world was turned upside down through the Protestant Reformation. In response, Rome would launch a Counter Reformation to destroy the impact of the Reformers, including the bibles they produced.
The Counter Reformation
We sincerely believe that Rome’s Counter Reformation is one of the most important subjects to be studied by Christians today. As we show in the film, the pope commissioned the Jesuit Order to lead the movement, and it has never ceased to function. Learn the influence of the Jesuits during the translation of the King James Bible, during the Civil War, in Nazi Germany; and especially how they have
been exposed in modern times.
Ignorance of the Counter Reform has enabled Rome to deceive millions through the Ecumenical Movement, the World Council of Churches, the Emerging Church movement, the current Interfaith Council with Tony Blair and Rick Warren, and the overall seduction of Biblical Christianity. Some researchers even believe the Counter Reformation is the real secret behind the European Union and the New World Order. Throughout the film, we show how the struggles of the past continue to impact current events, and are a guiding influence in the march toward globalization.
The Bible: Enemy Number One Not surprisingly, at the heart of all this conflict is the Holy Bible. The Word of God was the weapon of choice for the Reformers, who subdued whole kingdoms by preaching the Gospel and exposing the idolatry of Rome. As a result, the scriptures became a key focus for the Jesuits in their attempts to conquer the world for the Pope, and bring mankind back into the Dark Ages. But do the deceptions of Rome continue today? And how does this impact the Bible?
What to Expect
“Lamp” was filmed on locations in England and Belgium, and features never before seen interviews with leading Bible scholars, including David Brown, Roger Oakland, Alan O’Reilly, D.A. Waite and others. Also included are chief curators from the British Library in London, Erasmus House in Belgium, and the William Tyndale Museum in Vilvoorde, where Tyndale himself was burnt at the stake.
This ground breaking documentary is also filled with rich visual graphics and dramatic re-enactments of key historic events.
Included in this 3 hour DVD:
1) The history of the early Church, with the warnings from Jesus and the Apostles about “grievous wolves” and apostasy.
2) The alleged “conversion” of Constantine the Great and development of the Roman Church.
3) How the Inquisition began for the purpose of silencing Christians and outlawing the Bible.
4) The Bible translations of John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, the Great Bible, the Geneva Bible, and finally the King James Version.
5) The Protestant Reformation and the reasons behind it.
6) Key doctrines confronted by the Reformers (i.e. inspiration of scripture, salvation, transubstantiation, veneration of Mary, and papal claims of authority).
7) Rome’s Counter Reformation with the founding of the Jesuit Order in 1540. Included is the history of the Council of Trent, the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, and the dreadful Jesuit oath.
8) The Jesuit plot of 1825 to “sieze” control of the Bible.
9) The Vatican’s involvement with the Critical Text used by seminaries in the 20th century.
10) Rome’s fully documented (and largely unknown) influence over modern biblical translations.
A Witnessing Tool
A Lamp in the Dark is also a great witnessing tool for salvation, since it begins with the witness of the Gospel in the first century, and then throughout the history of the Bible, unfolds some of the key doctrines taught by the Reformers, such as repentance from sin and justification by God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone.
An Adullam Films Production
Written & Directed by Christian J. Pinto
Run Time: 3 hours