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“New move to unite world religions”
by Art Sadlier   
June 10th, 2008

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has announced a new foundation dedicated to interfaith understanding. He said that leaders in an interdependant world must work to end religious conflict or face catastrophe.

Mr. Blair went on to say that religion is as important in this century as political ideology was in the last century. In other words Mr. Blair is saying that the need of the hour is to bring all religions together. Mr. Blair went on to say, "Their is a new reality. We have to come to terms with it. And it implies at its fundamentals, peaceful coexistence or catastrophe." Mr. Blair is saying that a unification of religions is essential to the world's survival. He emphasised this by saying, "If faith becomes a countervailing force, pulling people apart, then it becomes destructive and indeed dangerous."

This sounds like a call for a World Church to work with governments to solve the world's problems.

Mr. Blair said, "The Tony Blair Faith Foundation will fight extremism, organize faith groups against poverty and illness, and educate people worldwide about religions other than their own."

The preparations are being made for the Woman to ride the Beast, he that readeth let him understand. (Rev. 17:)

An advisory council has been formed for this new foundation, that council includes evangelical megapastor Rick Warren and his wife Kay. Also included on the council are Muslims, Baptists, Jewish leaders and a Catholic Cardinal.

Why is it that evangelicals cannot see that Rick Warren is a pied piper leading them into the coming world church? Why is it that evangelicals will not contend for the faith as Jude commanded? Why is it that evangelicals cannot understand that there is a transition going on, a transition from Philadelphia to Laodicea, from fundamentalism to new evangelicalism? Why is it that evangelicals fail to understand that the scriptures teach that Laodicea is to be cast into the Tribulation period as a part of the Harlot church? (Rev. 3:16) Why is it that those who ought to know better refuse to draw any lines?

The answer is found in Matthew 24:4-5; 11; 24; "being decieved", is a characteristic of Laodicea, see Revelation 3:16-17.

In 1 Chron. 12:32 it says that, "the children of Issachar...were men that had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do," Where are the men today that have an understanding of the times? There are some, may their tribe increase.

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