Video Warning, this man is selling total universalism and one world religion lies. I have posted it as one example of what the people there were taught. "You need Buddha" is one of his comments. This one took me back to UU church where they do the confusion of Satan stuff...THE "WORDS ARE NOT NECESSARY" LIE
"MULTIPLE BELONGING" is a new Emergent church term from what I can gather. It means belonging to multiple religions or churches at once. As I have said Mystery Babylon OVERLAPS. Unitarian Universalists played mix and blend religions too, I knew Wiccans who went to Mass, and Quakers who went to Buddhist temple.
The World Council of Churches describes "multiple belonging" here:
Diverse spiritual traditions co-exist in the world and sometimes even within a single individual. This growing phenomenon calls the Christian faith into question. This was the subject of the second European Pastoral "Assises" which were held at Chant d’Oiseau (Brussels) at the initiative of ""Voies de l’Orient"".
At the crossroad of European culture, of the Christian faith and the spiritual traditions from Asia (Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism ...), the options are increasingly open, individual, and unpredictable. It is not rare that the same person, in the course of his life, attaches himself to several philosophical and religious traditions. There is a new and growing phenomenon which is developing before our eyes: an increasing number of our contemporaries refuse to choose one tradition while excluding another: to be (for example) Christian or Hindu.
From Apprising Ministries:
GAY, TATTOOED, AND GENERALLY LIBERAL FOLK ON THE EMERGING WILD GOOSE CHASE
Next we’re informed WGF was indeed as spiritually whacked as Greenbelt:
Instead of Bible studies, there were labyrinth walks. Instead of praise-and-worship music, there was hymn-singing in a beer garden and a bluegrass liturgy presided over by a tattooed female Lutheran minister. (Online source)
Lecture topics ranged from sex trafficking and social justice to authority in the church and interfaith relations. Visitors could learn from Tom Prasada-Rao, a singer, how to chant “Om” and “Hallelujah Hare Krishna”, or hear Paul Fromberg, a pastor from San Francisco, talking about his 2005 wedding to another man.
“God is changing the church through the bodies of gay men,” Mr Fromberg told a packed session on human sexuality. Also under discussion was “religious multiple belonging”—in other words, belonging to a clutch of different faiths at once. (Online source)
This pro-Wild Goose blog, explains what it was like...
see videos here
See this blog entry in context: Wild Goose Festival: Giant Emergent Fest