The Daily Beast: “As the prelates pack up to leave Rome after the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops, there seems to be some confusion about whether liberal Catholics or staunch traditionalists carried the day. The synod midterm report softened the tone on gays and divorced Catholics; then the final document took a step back. But here’s the bottom line: the fact that they discussed previous taboos at all means Pope Francis scored a victory.”
Opinion: There is plenty of ‘softening the tone’ in the Christian world on the matter of homosexuality – all the way from Australia (Hillsong) to Rome (Vatican).
Pope Francis’ statements, “who am I to judge” and “obey your conscience” and “even atheists will all find salvation”, set an obvious direction for inclusivity in the Roman Church.
Francis is a Jesuit and the goal of Jesuits is to bring all people under the authority of the Pope. Ecumenism’s (one world religion) attempt to dominate the earth has been in the DNA of Catholicism since Constantine.
God will allow global domination only for a predetermined season.
I am currently working on a study called “The Three Towers”
- 1st Tower: God frustrated the Babylonians with different languages – Genesis 11:1-9
- 2nd Tower: God frustrated the Roman Church with denominations – the Reformation (AD 1517)
- 3rd Tower: God will end the 7 year reign of Antichrist (Daniel 9:27) with the brightness of His coming (2 Thessalonians 2:8)