Will Christians Survive the False Prophet, the UN, Common Core and Chrislam?

Sunday, August 21, 2016
By Paul Martin

Dave Hodges
TheCommonSenseShow.com
Aug 21, 2016

Even if I were to overlook the obvious hypocrisy of the Pope in his repeated messages which were very thinly veiled propaganda for globalist initiatives, there are some very disturbing things about this particular Pope that I cannot come to grips with as a Christian.

It was difficult for me to stomach his duplicity with regard to his comments. For example, he told the people and the government of the United States that we should take in even more immigrants, I was left wondering how many immigrants is the Vatican taking in? When the Pope announced support for the radical agenda to punish First World countries by forcing them to send billions of dollars to the Third World to punish nations like America for committing crimes against the climate. Additionally, I have had scores of Catholics write to me and express extreme disappointment that the message of Jesus was not championed by the Pope in his recently concluded message, I had to agree with them. However, when this Pope began to elevate the religion of Islam on an equal par with Christianity, I began to legitimately question his motives.

Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God? Before you stop laughing at the ridiculousness of the question, please know that the Pope believes that there is one universal God for all religions. The Pope is leading the Christian world head first into the creation of a new religion, Chrislam, which is the blending of Islam and Christianity. Are you rubbing your eyes in disbelief? Please consider that while the Pope was at New York’s St Patrick Cathedral, he began his address with the declaration that there is one universal God for Islam and Christianity. You may listen to his remarks here. You may read key excerpts below:

“…the tragedy that they suffered in Mecca. In this moment, I give assurances of my prayers. I unite myself with you all. A prayer to almighty god, all merciful…”

In the Islamic religion, Allah is known as the “all-merciful one”. Then the Pope proceeded to make the following controversial statement:

“I then greet and cordially thank you all, dear friends belonging to other religious traditions; first of all the Muslims, who worship the one God, living and merciful, and call upon Him in prayer…”

It is clear that the Pope believes that Islam and Christianity worships the same exact God, hence the term, Chrislam.

The Pope Brings Islamic Practices to the Vatican

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