Is the Pope Pushing A One World Religion?

Is the Pope Pushing A One World Religion? by Randolph Jason for Gospel News Network

Just last week we reported that the Catholic church had created a unified symbol including the muslim crescent and the Christian cross. It also included 4 colors, 2 that represented the muslim beliefs and 2 that represented the Christian faith. This is to say nothing of the Pope bold face saying muslims and Christians share “common values”.

The tweet below just hit my tweeter feed and it is as disturbing as the reports from last week. What is going on and why is the Pope pushing this agenda?

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In an article in Christian Today published in January 2017 it seems this issue was taken to task and rebutted, not only by CT but by the Vatican as well.

Pope Francis has been widely reported to have called for a merger of religions in the interests of world-wide peace and harmony. Among other things, he is said to have said: “Jesus Christ, Mohammed, Jehovah, Allah. These are all names employed to describe an entity that is distinctly the same across the world. For centuries, blood has been needlessly shed because of the desire to segregate our faiths.” He is also said to have said: “We can accomplish miraculous things in the world by merging our faiths, and the time for such a movement is now.” Source

“said to have said” implies the Pope did not say this. The article goes on to rebut the whole incident.

What about what has happened in just the past two weeks? This is not in dispute at all. If you click THIS LINK you will have a host of articles to chose from that all point to the same conclusion. The Pope is questionable. The catholic church is not the Pope. Catholicism is not the Pope, the Vatican is not Catholicism.

The timing of all this, in my opinion, couldn’t be worse.

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