Saturday, November 29, 2014

Pope speaks against "all fundamentalists".




Here he calls for interreligious dialogue to stand against terrorism. The war on terror has been useful for them on many globalist agenda fronts. Of course much of this is forcing the alliances to stand against Isis. Isis is the created organization for their desired Islamic Caliphate. Notice he says ALL fundamentalists, he just doesn't nod to Islamic Jihadists specifically.

Comments like this have appeared with all the Popes and of course with this one too: "On fundamentalism:

"A fundamentalist group, although it may not kill anyone, although it may not strike anyone, is violent. The mental structure of fundamentalists is violence in the name of God."

Of course in this way he will help label Bible Christians [or Christian "fundamentalists"] as terrorists and part of the problem. All this of course will help in the one world religion march, "unity in diversity" as he tours the Middle East spreading his false antichrist messages.

This Pope like Ratzinger also paid his visit to the blue mosque. Even the reporter mentions the "dialogue between faiths" and how the Pope is intent on having "both religions cooperate with each other".

 

12 comments:

Gwen said...

Thanks for your dedication to this blog, BB. I check it everyday and appreciate your posts.

Hope you had a nice holiday.

Bible Believer said...

Thanks Gwen, I appreciate your encouragement quite a bit. :)

Bible Believer said...

Oh I hope you had a good holiday too. God bless.

Anonymous said...

You know, EVERYBODY is a "fundamentalist". Everybody is.

Every person believes in the fundamentals of whatever is their personal opinion or value system or lifestyle. Everyone is true to the "fundamentals" of their opinion.

But only the Bible is the Word of God. And according to the Word of God, every "pope" is a false prophet that works for satan.

Anonymous said...

Ecumenism is huge in our small rural community, so the convergence plan is working quite effectively. During Thanksgiving, Christmas and Ishtar/easter, the 501c. 3 churches advertise in the local paper. The ecumenical service is held at the largest religious building in town, which is a ELCA Lutheran church. The smaller area churches including catholic, covenant, Lutheran (ELCA and LCMC), Presbyterian, and Baptist are all invited to attend as one united bunch! It is quite the alphabet soup of religion! It is so blatantly obvious to see the one world religion forming right before our very eyes, and at such an accelerated rate no less.

And when one asks most church goers in our area "What is the true Gospel of Jesus Christ?", no one can really tell you because they do not know! And all of these denominations believe they are worshiping the same God in the Name of the same Jesus.

This is the sad state our church is in these days, for this bunch that I listed above, considers you a heathen if you do not attend one of their church buildings as if they are the only ones that dictate whether a person goes to heaven or hell. This harlot church system is growing in numbers and the hearts are becoming colder and more prideful as time passes.

The dark ages perhaps has arrived here in America and there is no doubt in my mind that true born again believers in Jesus Christ, alone, will suffer persecution and death in this country for NOT denying their faith.

There is a saying that I once heard from Pastor Dean Good, and it goes like this, "As goes the church, so goes the rest of the culture." He could not have stated this any clearer for he speaks truth here.

Христо Стилиянов said...

While the message of the pope is valid for the thinking of the RCC, he is still playing a fool now. Just two days ago Erdogan said the west wanted muslim blood and the only chance for islam is unification, a few weeks earlier he said that woman aren't equal to men and yesterday information leaked of ISIS shooting from Turkey, and the pope comes out with these retarded. A dumb jesuit? No, a jesuit playing a role.

The pope and some of the clergy aregoing to take one for the team soon and his babble will be proved nonsense (as planned). And no, chrislam will not exist as imagined. Rome will crush islam. How do you think the catholics interpret Mary standing/treading on the moon?

Христо Стилиянов said...

meant to say "catholic thinking on fundamentalists (including christians)"

Victoria Di Agnello said...

Yes, the one world religion is converging, like a beast emerging from the waters.

I also find it interesting that many times the key words are 'finding common ground.' I have seen that with this pope (and others) and with Rick Warren, who even has a book out by that title for the 'leadership.' They want to focus on what they have 'in common,' regarding all the religions, so taking them and superimposing them (like a venn diagram) and taking the overlap, the intersection (and in a sense the union too) and calling that overlap the 'common ground.' Anyone who still holds to the 'extremes' (like petals of a flower) is labeled as a radical extremist fundamentalist, marginalized, and villified. That is what lies ahead for true Christians who hold to the bible and refuse to 'unite' with them. It is invading very stealthily, very subtely, slowly and then faster. Yes, false 'Christianity' will be united with all false religions in this union under the antichrist. And yes, we will suffer persecution and death for not denying our faith in the years ahead. Thank God a few other believers are beginning to see this too. I don't want some to be caught as a deer in the headlights not having counted the cost of discipleship, I only warn others for their own good. You know, I was reading the letters to the churches in Rev. again the other day and did you know that to almost every church there is some reference that the Lord makes to them about how they 'didn't deny His name...' or 'didn't deny their faith in Him,' and similar warnings. It is a big deal not to deny your faith in Jesus, don't even pretend that it's okay to do just to survive until the jihadists have moved on to the next house...
cont.

Victoria Di Agnello said...

cont.
I recently read on one discernment site about that school in Maryland that flunked a high school girl for not renouncing her Christian faith. Google it to see. They were teaching Islam in a history class but they had to recite the confessions that muslims recite and declare that it's 'the same God' and things like that. Well, if you do that then you have just denied your Christian faith. There is no 'but, now she flunked,' and 'but now, she can't go to college.' In the middle east, it's 'but now, you're dead,' and many martyrs there were not ashamed of the gospel and loved not their lives 'unto the death' as per Rev. 12; 11, as is the only right course of action; to die for our faith. Remember, our life is not our own, we were bought with a price. The days are coming when the choice will be looking at us in the face. She did not deny her faith but remainded steadfast to her confession in Jesus (from what I read) and that is the only right course of action. They refused to give her an 'alternative assignment.' The dad is in the military and he is fighting it legally and it isn't over yet, but just to let you know how far things have gone here. They just passed some anti-terror laws too (Tony Blair came out in the news over this) and it's all taking form. They want to educate the youth for tolerance, (against fundamentalism) so if you are in education just be ready for some interesting things to come down the pipe and be prepared to stand firm and not fooled into teaching such things as some come in interesting packaging. Either avoid the lesson or tweek it in the right way if you know what I mean, as long as you don't deny the faith. It can even be a witnessing opportunity. Just beware on all fronts as well, things are really heating up out there.
Blessings to all who love the Lord with a sincere heart!

Bible Believer said...

Sorry anon, ecumenism is big in your community. I believe it is growing in all of them. I see more and more shared services too. There is less differences between denominations and many people are making the lateral ecumenical moves. I agree we are in sad days and the daughter churches are growing. That pastor was correct to warn about that. I agree.

Bible Believer said...

There are so many mixed messages coming out of that Pope's mouth, one day "Let's fight Isis", the next Islam is a "peaceful religion" etc etc. But hey we see that constant double talk coming from wolves in the pulpit in general. Yes he is definitely playing a role. Interesting theory about Mary standing on the moon....

Bible Believer said...

Thanks Victoria, I agree. I would like to look up the girl in Maryland I am glad she refused.