Thursday, January 14, 2016

Coming at full throttle, the UR – Platform for the False Prophet

           Former Israeli Shimon Peres has lately been urging Pope Francis to consider heading a new global body, the United Religions (UR) ( ).  Actually, the idea of the UR, a global body on faith issues, parallel to the United Nations (UN) which deals with socio-economics and political issues has been on for a while; and CA! has written on this extensively in the past (see ).  However, this latest call from Shimon Peres is such high-level and appears as a cue to ushering in what the global elites have already arranged in place.

          The Bible makes it very clear in Rev. 13 verses 1 and 11 that there would be two prominent players on the Satanic end-time team: the political AntiChrist, and the religious False Prophet.  As seen in Rev 13:11-16, it is actually the False Prophet who compels people to receive the Mark of the Beast – using his charismatic personality and spiritual powers.

            Apparently, one of the high-powered preparation for the coming UR is the high-power Parliament of the World's Religions convened  in Salt Lake City, Utah, US between October 15-19,2015.  Lanette Irwin, an Evangelical Christian who is aware of the ultimate satanic goal of the movement was among the over fourteen thousand people who attended the New Age “interfaith” convention – each paying a participation fee of $500.  She presented “An Eyewitness Account” on her Herescope Blog dealing with Heresies in the Church. (see
         On the agenda for the Conference, she writes:
“The Parliament of the World's Religions has an agenda and they are now very open about it. It is now an outright attack on the Christian church and the Word of God. They have decided they cannot have unity at all cost so they are trying something else: changing the doctrine of the simple Gospel of Jesus and Who He is. I was handed a booklet titled Global Ethic: A Call to our Guiding Institutions that stated: “The Parliament of the world’s religion seeks to promote interreligious harmony, rather than unity.” (p.1)”
        Further, Lanette reports the deepening of the well-known character of the new age, which canvasses for toleration among all religions and spiritualities, but considers Biblical Christianity absolutely intolerable.  She writes:
“They are not afraid to say that “an orthodox Bible believing Christian does not fit in our world nor will they be tolerated.” It was in our face. This Parliament is a sort of coming out of the closet for them, as was the Parliament’s in the past such as the one in 2009.”
        Likewise, according to Lanette, the methods of the movement has not changed:
“Many of us have read books, or articles about the New Age movement; however, the focus of the New Age has mostly been covert via networking, infiltration, and spiritual indoctrination, especially so far as their goal of uniting the world under a one world religion and one world government.”
          This is perfectly in tune with our prediction in the last edition, that New Agers consider it that the month September 2015 has ushered in their world, and they could now begin to assert themselves openly and more boldly.  We find it particularly interesting that Lanette found that environment issues were the major fabric, around which the Conference hung.  She explains why this is so:
“Environmental issues were a big topic because they believe we are part of the earth, and if the earth is sick we cannot heal the world.”
           Clearly, the environment matters to adherents of the New World Order.  It should matter to Christians too. If we are not conversant with the truths (fundamental science and factual data), issues bordering on the environment and health would be used to rope the world in, and compel us to ignorantly swallow carefully-crafted New World Order agenda.  We urge your support for the LivingScience Foundation, a professional outreach of CA! into environment and health issues in Nigeria, from an overtly Christian creationist perspective.  Please visit our website at

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