Friday, December 28, 2012

The Tri-Faith Intiative: Episcopalians, Muslims and Jews Together as One

Tri-Faith Intiative

Many have written that the way the one world religion would build up, is they would join together false Christianity, Islam and Judaism together, this is done on claiming the commonality of them being Abrahamic Faiths.  Such a thing has even been stressed by the Pope over and over again who has told us that Allah of Islam is "god" over and over.

These folks are planning a Tri-Faith center and a shared "campus" for their different religious centers in Omaha, Nebraska, America's "heartland'. The Episcopalian church is one of the most apostate branches of the harlot out there, though they are all headed to the same place, as the liberal-left wing of Rome, priests and gay rights promoted and all, it was no mystery to me while when I was Unitarian Universalist, there was at times shared services with Episcopalians as well as United Church of Christ members.  The UU church as well, promoted the three Abrahamic faiths coming together.  I wouldn't doubt if there aren't more of these organizations out there or centers being built. One can see that Tri-Faith definitely is going down the contemplative highway too. That is not a surprise as the contemplative movement advances ecumenism and the one world religion.
As you will note, here, no one will be told the truth, it will be everyone believing that all religions lead to "god" and deceptions of the tallest order.

1 John 2:23  Whoever denies the Son does not have the Father either; he who acknowledges the Son has the Father also.


Anonymous said...

Ecumenical nonsense as usual. Episcopalian is roman catholic where the guy at the front just wears a different looking dress than the dress that the catholic priest wears.

Other than that, they're the same ecumenical thing.

Bible Believer said...

I agree, it is the same ecumenical nonsense. I always considered the Episcopalian church to be a liberal overtly leftist wing of the RCC, their leaders bow to the Pope like Rowan Williams. I went to a Episcopalian service when I was around 19-20 [with a friend during my UU years], and it was just like a Catholic Mass.

Abbey said...

"We will then utilize the ancient practice of pranayama (the breathing branch of yoga used by people of many faiths as a way to enhance and buttress their own) to learn how to make breathing more sacred and productive, create better blood flow to the heart and brain and to help us live with energizing peace, heart-pounding calmness and focused inspiration! The instructors for the morning will be an Episcopal deacon and spiritual director & a yoga instructor and Reiki therapist."

All I can do is shake my head. It would be laughable if it weren't true. How far from the truth this is. Heart-pounding calmness is an oxymoron. During the Middle Ages most people were uneducated but today the stupidity is voluntary. What massive blindness!

Another example of this is the TV show that ABC ran two weeks ago about the Search for Noah's Ark. That's not all the show was about. Some of it was very interesting but there were many errors. One was about this very subject. The announcer claimed that Christianity, Judaism and Islam were very much alike and they all went back to Abraham. All three religions have much in common she stated. This lie is being told frequently.

Nothing can be added or mixed to Christianity period!

Abbey said...

Something I found quite interesting on the UU site:

Social Action
DEEDS NOT CREEDS (Capitals mine)

We honor the inherent worth and dignity of all people through a variety of social action projects and partnerships. A common UU saying is “DEEDS,NOT CREEDS.” Our Social Action Council coordinates a number of outreach "deeds" that work for social justice. For many of us, social activism is a spiritual practice.

So was the saying Rick Warren's first or the University Unitarian Church? Regardless, how telling that Rick Warren and the UUC have the same beliefs although it's not a surprise.

Bible Believer said...

Ah I remember the "Deeds not Creeds" slogan, that one was repeated constantly. They took the social justice "gospel" in the UU and ran with it, and I see it now in the false churches being utilized to the max. Rick Warren's focus is the same as theirs. In fact I have always said the UU church was a micro-cosm, experimental center for the future....

Bible Believer said...

With the breathing exercises, I wonder if shallow breathing and other breathing stuff, just puts people into a more vulnerable state, something interesting to think about. I guess if you are concentrating on your breathing, your brain isn't thinking or analyzing what your hindu-influenced Episcopalian priest is teaching you...

Anonymous said...

I hate it when false religions use the term "abrahamic faith". Paul in Galatians 3 tells us Jesus Christ is the seed (singular) of Abraham, and "if ye be Christs, then ye are Abrahams seed, and heirs according to the promise". Even those who claim the name of Jesus Christ (episcopalians) have usurped his role as the sole seed of Abraham. It's really sickening how things have become...... James