Sunday, July 17, 2011

More on the One World Religion Assisi Meeting in Oct



"Pope Benedict called today for an interfaith meeting to be held in Assisi this October to mark the 25th anniversary of the World Day of Prayer for Peace that Pope John Paul II held there on Oct. 26, 1986. Speaking hours after a shattering terrorist attack that killed 21 people in a Coptic church in Alexandria, Egypt, the pope said he would focus on discussing with other religious leaders how religion can promote world peace."


Dan 8:25 And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify [himself] in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand.

See "Pope Announces New Assisi "Meet of Faiths"

2 comments:

Abbey said...

“On that occasion the leaders of the great world religions testified to the fact that religion is a factor of union and peace, and not of division and conflict. The memory of that experience gives reason to hope for a future in which all believers will see themselves, and will actually be, agents of justice and peace.” (Benedict)

I notice he uses the words peace, unity and justice a lot. (The social justice so many talk about.) Not only in this speech but others as well. Well we can see what's really behind the unity he and his predecessor speak/spoke of so often. How can the world's religions bring about peace and social justice? The unity is what it's all about with Rome as the head.

It always makes me chuckle a bit when I hear the pope talk about all the poor in the world and we should basically "spread the wealth". The RCC is possibly the riches entity on earth with an untold amount of money and gold in Rothchild's banks, money in stocks and investments, precious gems and gold in the Vatican, paintings and whatever other treasures they own, yet they don't practice what they preach. I remember reading on a Catholic question and answer blog a man explaining that if the Vatican sold everything they had, it would only feed some of the poor for one day. So it's better the church keeps it. It's disgusting seeing the pope sitting on a throne and he and the other "priesthood" clothed like royalty. :p Jesus and all the Apostles never lived like them. The pope doesn't sit on the throne of Peter because Peter never did or would.

Even if the world's religions came together, there still wouldn't be peace (obviously). There will always be power hungry and violent people that want world domination just like Rome and it's underlings. Today's Christians are so gullible and deceived and yes, Jesus warned us about what was to come. It's just so hard to comprehend the scale of idiocy.

Bible Believer said...

Yeah the more they talk about peace, and justice, etc, you notice the more it ebbs away and they draw the nooses tighter? The abuse of "social justice" for more police state "rules and regulations that actually in the inverse oppress the poor and others more.
I have asked Catholics before how can false gods [aka demons and Satan's minions] bring peace? Never really get a response. When it gets right down to it, they see the "gods" of all religion as archetypes of the "god" they worship but that isn't the one true God of the Bible.

The Vatican has endless wealth and stocks. They like to play the game of we are just a "humble, broke" small church with some art treasures from the past but that is a con game.

Google "Vatican Bank"

As the world's power is more and more centralized, absolute power always corrupts.