The title of an ‘IntelliHub’ post, an article by Michael Snyder, End of The American Dream. “Does Pope Francis intend to help the global elite achieve their goal of uniting all of the religions of the world under a single banner?”
Religion has been on my topic list since the inception of this blog and has remained dormant for a few reasons. My knowledge and experience in this area is limited and I needed to be brave to risk making a fool of myself. This time has come.
Much has been offered on this blog about the very soundly based claims of the serious agenda and emerging evidence of a “New World Order” becoming a reality. In my mind there are real and formidable barriers to the implementation of a working world government.
One of these being the inherent political differences between, on the one hand the “West” encompassing the US, its allies [just occurred to me that could aptly be mis-spelt “all lies” 🙂 ], and the EU and, on the other, almost the rest of the world. The latter in loose terms, comprising mainly Russia, China, India, South America and the Middle East.
The BRICS group (Brazil, Russia India and China), are showing effective opposition and yet there are traces of ambiguity regarding Russia.
The ME is under serious attack with some real success (from the NWO point of view) but so far effective opposition from Syria (limited) and Iran (with a little bit of help from their friends). Korea is a thorn in the NWO side and is being very poorly tackled currently.
A very, very rough picture of the political scene. The other main barrier to an “effective” NWO is of course, religion – Islam “vs” ‘non’Islam’. When I saw the above headline it created in me an “ahaa” reaction.
The Christian religion is so disjointed and fragmented, (one of my reasons for wondering what possible influence God has on these factions), only the Catholic Church has serious adherence and substantial following.
Of course there is the Jewish faction, a huge enigma. But with their Zionist component firmly entrenched in the anti-Islamic war and Middle East turmoil, their positioning seems clear.
That completes my very simplified overview and naive comprehension of a major issue. So we learn here of a possible working scheme that would, if implemented, save much blood-shed and tears. Just about an impossible hope, but given most alternatives, worth a serious look. Not that I am in any way wanting a NWO. Not at least, the type that is being laid out on the drawing board. But it might eliminate or reduce what I had previously considered to be a firm barrier.
A dilemma for me, happy if the barrier prevents an effective world government, but if it becomes inevitable anyway, happy to see one major humanitarian disaster (Christian/Islam full out war) avoided. All good discussion and theory.
by Michael Snyder, End of The American Dream
Will he be instrumental in establishing a single global religion for the glorious “new age” that the global elite believe is coming? After he was elected, the cover of Time Magazine declared Pope Francis to be the “New World Pope“, and since his election Pope Francis has made it abundantly clear that he is going to make ecumenical outreach a top priority.
He has spoken of his “determination to continue on the path of ecumenical dialogue“, and he has already held a number of very high profile ecumenical meetings. Not only has he worked hard to reach out to leaders from various Christian traditions, he has also made it a point to try to acknowledge the mutual bonds that he feels with all other religions.
For example, in one recent address he made it a point to say that he believes that Muslims worship and pray to the “one God” that he also worships. This “all roads lead to the same God” philosophy is a hallmark of the one world religion that the global elite have been slowly building toward for decades. The global elite know that even with a one world economy and a one world government, humanity will never be truly united until there is a single global religion.
Unfortunately, this one world religion that they are seeking to establish is diametrically opposed to the Christianity that we find in the Bible. By throwing out Biblical truth for the sake of “friendship between men and women of different religious traditions“, is Pope Francis fundamentally betraying the faith that he claims to represent?
If there is going to be a one world religion, there will have to be a bond formed between Roman Catholicism and Islam. They are the two largest religious traditions on the planet, and so any truly “global religion” would definitely require the participation of both of them.
That is one reason why what Pope Francis has already had to say about Islam is so noteworthy. The following comes from remarks that he made during his very first ecumenical meeting…
“I then greet and cordially thank you all, dear friends belonging to other religious traditions; first of all the Muslims, who worship the one God, living and merciful, and call upon Him in prayer, and all of you. I really appreciate your presence: in it I see a tangible sign of the will to grow in mutual esteem and cooperation for the common good of humanity.
The Catholic Church is aware of the importance of promoting friendship and respect between men and women of different religious traditions – I wish to repeat this: promoting friendship and respect between men and women of different religious traditions – it also attests the valuable work that the Pontifical Council for interreligious dialogue performs.”
But are “Allah” and the God of the Bible the same thing?
Of course not. For example, Christians believe that Jesus Christ is God. Muslims deny this vehemently. For much more on why “Allah” and the God of the Bible are not the same, please see this article.
Here I leave the article proper and link the complete post here.
At this point I am compelled to comment on the above “Christians believe that Jesus Christ is God”. Again naively I contribute a little of what I recall of the Bible – “I go to my Father to sit at his side and prepare a space for you” (roughly). To the best of my knowledge Jesus never claimed to be “God”. In quickly reading the link this article., I am not swayed by the arguments about the Holy Trinity being “the God”, they are in my opinion just another example of the human distortions and interpretations placed in translations in creating the versions of the Bible.
In any case, some Christians do and some don’t! (say that Jesus is God). whichever way, the statement is incorrect. In many ways the Islamic beliefs have sound foundations and are not to be taken as “gospel” when associated with extremist behaviour. Remember the extremist behaviour in the past history of the Christian religion?
- Pope Francis calls for ‘respect’ for all religions (newsinfo.inquirer.net)
- Is Pope Francis Forming An Alliance With Islam? (vineoflife.net)
- Pope praised for interfaith efforts (toledoblade.com)