Pope Francis called for a dialogue and collaboration among the members of the various world religions, in what can only be an attempt at fostering a one world religion.
“Most of the planet’s inhabitants declare themselves believers,” he states in the production released on the Feast of Epiphany. “This should lead to dialogue among religions. We should not stop praying for it and collaborating with those who think differently.”
But not everyone is supportive of the Vatican’s call for unity and common ground. Mike Gendron of Proclaiming the Gospel Ministries of Plano, Texas told Christian News Network that the pontiff’s assertions that all mankind is “seeking or meeting God in different ways,” and that all are children of the same God, are flawed.
“Tragically, those who do not know the Bible or who refuse to submit to it as the supreme authority for truth, will be deceived by the pope’s latest pronouncement,” he stated. “The pope’s assertion that all mankind meets with/seeks after the same God, just in different ways, is false according to the word of God. No one seeks for (the true) God (Rom. 3:11), but there are many who seek after false gods of their own imagination or false gods of their religious traditions. The only way to meet with the true God is His way, through the one mediator between God and man, the man Christ Jesus (1 Tim. 2:5).”
Source: Christian News
It’s hard to believe that the charitable Pope Francis would take his position as the leader of one of the most prolific religions in recorded history to espouse the diluting of that same religion’s theology. The sentiment that the world can find a way to get along is astoundingly naive and at worst, dangerously short-sighted. The new world order may appear in the guise of a one world theocracy. If that is the case, this is how it begins.