Old Thinker News: For those paying attention, there is a discernible pattern of social engineering that is directed at the major world religions, particularly Christianity.
This is undoubtedly a very complex issue, as there are numerous belief systems and nuanced views of millions of people. What we know is that globalist financed wars and revolutions have fueled illegal immigration and stoked flames of conflict all over the world.
It can be reasonably demonstrated that key globalist organizations are following a program for re-shaping the world’s religions utilizing a tried and true technique. It is a process called the Hegelian dialectic.
Here is a simplified outline of the dialectic as applied by globalist forces:
- Thesis (problem): Religions are bigoted, feed intolerance and fuel violence. “Extreme” examples from each group are held up for the world to see.
- Antithesis (reaction): “I don’t want to be politically incorrect”. Disassociation with demonized groups ensues.
- Synthesis (solution): A “middle ground” is found and a politically correct faith is formed under the banner of global government. more …
Opinion: Time and again forward thinkers foresee a total restructuring of life as we know it. Governments, religions, and economies are looking for a new way forward, and a leader that can take them there. Most of these thinkers, including Christians, ignore prophetic Scripture, causing them to miss the mark.
In the 1920’s-30’s a Baptist minister and Covenant theologian, Henry Emerson Fosdick, who served as pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in New York, where his eloquence made him one of the most popular spokesman among liberals and conservatives alike, was such a man.
In a May 1922 sermon, “Shall the Fundamentalists Win?” Fosdick repudiated the core beliefs of the fundamentalist faith: belief in the virgin birth was unnecessary; the inerrancy of Scripture, untenable; and the doctrine of the Second Coming, absurd.
Baptist oil baron John D. Rockefeller, the wealthiest man in the nation, loved it and paid for some 130,000 copies to be printed and distributed to every Protestant minister in the United States. What had been up to this time a series of skirmishes between fundamentalists and liberals now exploded into war.
Fosdick was deeply involved with the Interchurch World Movement.
“Some day, I predict, a man will rise by whose hands a federation of the world will be so effected, and wars so stopped thereby, that his name will go down across the centuries associated with that great achievement, as Copernicus’ name is with the new astronomy, or Lincoln’s with the preservation of our union. That man will come. Some day he will arise.”
What Fosdick may not have known, and did not say, is that the Bible says a man is coming that will seem to have the answers, but will be a deceiver. He will come as a peace maker (Rev. 6:1-2), and since the church will be gone (1 Thess. 4:16-17) there will be no one to call him out.
- He will confirm a treaty with Israel and her Arab neighbors Daniel 9:27
- He will allow a temple to be built and animal sacrifices to be restored Daniel 9:27
- He will appoint a high ranking cleric to lead a government approved religion Rev. 13:11
- After 42 months he will enter the temple and demand the Jews worship him (Mat. 24:15-16
- In a rage he will cancel animal sacrifice Daniel 9:27
- He will go on a murderous rampage that will kill two-thirds of the world’s population Dan. 11:40-45
The EU is looking for him now:
Jean Claude Junker “Europe would be easier to understand if one captain was steering the ship.”
(See more on Covenant Theology in Bible prophecy 101 chapter 3 “Doctrines that divide Christians here)