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Ushering in the One-World Religion
CBN ^ | 27 Dec 02 | Wendy Griffith

Posted on 12/27/2002 6:14:19 AM PST by SLB

The summit was endorsed by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan who said "the future of the world depends on women."

CBN.com – GENEVA, Switzerland — A one world government and a one world religion — it may just sound like fiction from the popular "Left Behind" novel series. But some Christians say this scenario may be closer than most people think. Earlier this fall in Geneva, hundreds of spiritual and religious leaders met at the United Nations for a peace summit. And although all the major faiths were there, including some who claim to represent Christianity, it was clear that Jesus was not invited.

The event was actually the first ever UN summit of women religious leaders. Mournful cries could be heard emanating from one of the meetings as more than 500 women from more than 70 countries came to talk about ways to achieve world peace. Most were from "Eastern religions" — Buddhists, Taoists and Hindus.

And a woman named "Amma," who is known as the "hugging saint," came with her own band of followers. She claims to be able to impart "divine love and wisdom" in her hug. She said, "It's not only hugging but it is also imparting that spiritual principal into people, so to have them know who they are, so once you know that, peace will spontaneously happen."

Honorary Chair Shirley MacLaine, known for her adventures into New Age, did not show, but several celebrities did, including Linda Evans, Lindsay Wagner and Linda Gray of "Dallas" fame.

Gray said, "I was raised Catholic, I bless that base, I think if you have a strong religious base where, whatever it is, then you branch out from there, or expand on it."

The summit was endorsed by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan who said "the future of the world depends on women."

As the women gathered near the banks of beautiful Lake Geneva, Bawa Jain, one of the organizers and one of the few men present, said, "And behold the power of women, look at that, the rain stopped, (laughs) this is the power of women, a true demonstration here."

Bawa Jain then led the women in a chant for peace. "Say it with me three times, ‘No more violence, No more violence, No more violence,’" he said.

Rev. Joan Brown Campbell, co-chair of the Global Peace Initiative, said, "The thunderclouds of war gather around us, the sky grows dark but it never does envelope us. In a few moments we will light a single candle, and from that candle many will receive the light and that light will shine in the darkness."

A participant named Hanna Strong said, "The only way we're ever going to have peace is by people being peaceful inside, no aggression, no hatred, we have to transform these negative emotions that are creating situations for war."

Although there was much talk about peace and how women can harness their "feminine energies" to bring peace to a hurting planet, there was no mention of the Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ. Nor could we find any evangelical Christians either speaking at or attending this world religions summit.

Rev. Brown Campbell said, "That's not a purposeful intent. This is a meeting, of course, of people of all religions. And I think what we've all tried to do is to call on the common deity that everyone will say… I mean everyone here would say there is a God, this is not a group of Atheists, this is a group of people of faith, and for everyone there is a god-person by whatever name."

When asked whether evangelical Christians were not invited on purpose, Rev. Brown Campbell said, "No, no, no, not at all…the attempt to be broad scale means there are not too many of any, and this is a first effort, identifying people was not simple."

The Geneva summit was a direct outcome of the Millennium World Peace Summit of religious and spiritual leaders held at the United Nations in New York two years ago. At that gathering, honorary chair and CNN founder Ted Turner endeared himself to the crowd by promoting the New Age concept that there are many ways to heaven.

"The thing that disturbed me was that my religion, the Christian sect, was very intolerant, not of religious freedom, but we thought we were the only ones going to heaven," Turner said.

The belief that there are many ways to heaven was also part of the New Age gospel at the Geneva summit. Strong said, "I'm very close to the Buddhists, the Taoists, the native Americans and uh, peace to me is being one with the source." When asked if she was referring to God "the Creator," she said, "Well, I don't necessary call it Creator, but, it's one name."

Robert Maginnis, a former director of the Family Research Council, said of the summit, "Well, I can see the possibility that it's the globalization of world religion."

Maginnis says it appears the hidden agenda is to unite people under one religious umbrella so they will peacefully accept the UN's radical political goals. "I would submit that the United Nations is very anti-life, they are anti-faith, anti-family, they're anti-national sovereignty, but they are pro one-world government," he said.

Christian scholars say the Bible warns of a time when all the world will unite under a false global religious and political system. Maginnis says, it appears the UN could be taking the first steps in that direction.

"You're taking the Muslim community, the Christian community, the Hindus, the Confucians and all the many hundreds of religious groups, trying to identify key leaders, and you are basically trying to co-opt them into cooperating with you," he said.

Christians believe there is one way to heaven, because Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth and the life and no man comes to the Father except by me."

But Rev. Brown Campbell said, "For me, that is true, I mean for me the way to God the way to peace is through Jesus Christ, that's what I teach my children, that's what I teach my grandchildren, and I believe that very, very strongly. But I also believe that for others, there is a way that for them is true and precious, and I don't deny them that reality and I respect that."

Maginnis said, "The name of Jesus has power and that's why Satan doesn't like it, he doesn't want to hear it in the halls of the UN, whether it be in New York City or in Geneva. So when Ms. Campbell presents herself as a representative for Christians, where does the name Christian come from, it comes from Jesus Christ, the Lord and Savior; and if you don't invoke His name in the context of world religion, then I think you've fallen far short and clearly you've done a disservice to Christianity because He is the center of our salvation."


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Once religions are joined and "made one" one world government will not be far behind.
1 posted on 12/27/2002 6:14:20 AM PST by SLB
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To: SLB
There will be a world government before there will ever be a world religion (unless Muslims happen to run the government).
2 posted on 12/27/2002 6:17:48 AM PST by wideawake
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To: SLB
It will never happen. You can supress but you cannot change what is in the heart, with gobbly gook think peace and love and do whatever you want cause you can, pushed by weak kneed girly boys.

Those who believe that Christ is the cornerstone of the Christian Religion and belief in him is necessary to be a Christain and to go to heaven will continue to believe so.
3 posted on 12/27/2002 6:24:19 AM PST by wingnuts'nbolts
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To: SLB
They will probably want to rename Christmas the "Winter Holiday" - hey, wait a minute....
4 posted on 12/27/2002 6:26:21 AM PST by 2banana
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To: wideawake; kstewskis; MozartLover; Victoria Delsoul; coteblanche; Pippin; kassie; Molly Pitcher; ...
Ping!

And let me guess?... They are started gathering crystals, and chanting slogans to Shirley Maclaine.

Hugging saint? That would be priceless.

Linda Gray was raised Catholic? Is she still?

5 posted on 12/27/2002 6:30:33 AM PST by Northern Yankee
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To: wingnuts'nbolts
It will never happen. You can supress but you cannot change what is in the heart, with gobbly gook think peace and love and do whatever you want cause you can, pushed by weak kneed girly boys.

Those who believe that Christ is the cornerstone of the Christian Religion and belief in him is necessary to be a Christain and to go to heaven will continue to believe so.

Dittos.

6 posted on 12/27/2002 6:38:22 AM PST by Huck
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To: SLB
This was probably one of the funnier things I'll read today.

Can we defund the UN now? Why is my tax dollars going to for a bunch of lefty chicks to sit around a campfire and chant, "No more war, no more war." over and over?

Oh, and BTW, I always get a kick out of phony Buddhists. People who say they are Buddhist because they think it's cool, but they know nothing about Buddhism.
7 posted on 12/27/2002 6:39:43 AM PST by jjm2111
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To: jjm2111
Can we defund the UN now?


why not?

with the stroke of the pen its the law of the land?

UN get out now!
8 posted on 12/27/2002 6:42:46 AM PST by TLBSHOW
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To: SLB
Yikes! Squirrely Shirley as chair-entity? Hugging saint? There is no room left for satire.
Why don't we hear the media ranting about the "religious left"? (purely rhetorical)
9 posted on 12/27/2002 6:46:51 AM PST by atomic conspiracy
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To: SLB
I think the purpose for these meetings is a power grab. The U.N. seeking to legitimize an illegitmate authority to define for all nations, in legal terms, what religions should come under legal and constitutional protections and which should not.
10 posted on 12/27/2002 6:47:22 AM PST by MissAmericanPie
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To: TLBSHOW
Can we defund the UN now?

Don't know yet how good this site is, but I stumbled on it a few days ago - http://www.getusout.com/.
11 posted on 12/27/2002 6:55:14 AM PST by tang-soo
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To: SLB
Being a conservative Presbyterian, I see how difficult it is to get a bunch of people who believe basically the same thing to stay in a single denomination. I don't think we have to worry about a one-world religion any time soon.
12 posted on 12/27/2002 7:03:54 AM PST by aardvark1
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To: SLB
I hope the end times come quick, so’s I don’t have to work at de Wall Mart no more.
14 posted on 12/27/2002 7:12:02 AM PST by Gerfang
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To: jjm2111
People who say they are Buddhist because they think it's cool, but they know nothing about Buddhism.

I don’t think a one-world religion is that far fetched. Buddhism is already on its way to being watered down, just like feel-good-I’m-ok-you’re-ok Christianity. Pretty soon they will look exactly alike. The only tough part would be Islam although there are plenty of muslims in the US who say they are muslims because it is cool. So maybe it will ultimately meet the same fate.

15 posted on 12/27/2002 7:19:25 AM PST by meowmeow
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To: wingnuts'nbolts; Huck
It will never happen. You can supress (sic) but you cannot change what is in the heart, with gobbly gook think peace and love and do whatever you want cause you can, pushed by weak kneed girly boys. Those who believe that Christ is the cornerstone of the Christian Religion and belief in him is necessary to be a Christain and to go to heaven will continue to believe so.

i humbly disagree with this sentiment. there is an element of "doing" or (faith without) "works" (is dead). just "believing" is NOT all there is! many crimes have been and WILL BE committed in Jesus' name, by "believers"

Mat 7:21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Mat 7:22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? Mat 7:23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

Rev 12:17 And the dragon was wroth with the woman, and went to make war with the remnant of her seed, which keep the commandments of God, and have the testimony of Jesus Christ.

16 posted on 12/27/2002 7:22:44 AM PST by 1john2 3and4
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To: SLB; patent; BlackElk; TotusTuus; Salvation
Essentially what you have here is Gnosticism: a bunch of folks who think they have the solution. The Illuminati, if you will.

It helps that they don't worry about the Old Testament's tale of the Fall and Original Sin. That way, we can just "think" our way to peace.

Not surprisingly, the "think" method only worked in "The Music Man."
17 posted on 12/27/2002 7:25:12 AM PST by ninenot
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To: 2banana
They will probably want to rename Christmas the "Winter Holiday" - hey, wait a minute....

Happy Holidays!

18 posted on 12/27/2002 7:35:07 AM PST by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
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To: 1john2 3and4; SLB
The Kingdom (Malchut) of God is coming.
The earth is suffering from the birth pangs. We can welcome it in, or be an obstacle. The choice is ours to make.

Jezebel teaches (Rev. 2:20) that we don't need Torah. She is the foreign woman of Proverbs 7. Ironically, Torah keeps you from her teachings.

The Kingdom of God - Unification of the Name

http://www.yashanet.com/studies/revstudy/rev5eb.htm 

19 posted on 12/27/2002 7:35:38 AM PST by Jeremiah Jr
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To: ProudAmerican1974
>Start with defunding hollywood , then work your way to UN.

Hollywood? That's just
random libertarians
with good cameras...

20 posted on 12/27/2002 7:41:06 AM PST by theFIRMbss
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To: Jeremiah Jr
The earth is suffering from the birth pangs

id be more inclined to call it "death pangs"

21 posted on 12/27/2002 7:55:50 AM PST by 1john2 3and4
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To: meowmeow
I don’t think a one-world religion is that far fetched.

I do not agree. I do think that the sharper edges of each religion are being dulled, but I don't see the differences eroding completely. Some aspects of this, such as, losing the "my religion is the only way to God" attitude that many people still hold is probably not a bad thing. Many people were unjustly killed throughout the centuries because of religous violence for this reason. OTOH, the dulling of religion has some bad effects like the loss of a moral compass for many.

22 posted on 12/27/2002 7:58:42 AM PST by jjm2111
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To: TLBSHOW
I would love nothing more than to dissolve the UN and kick every delegate and functionary off our shores.

The UN is like a community group of say one hundred families. 5 out of the hundred are well off financially, good people, and educated. 65 families are illiterate morons and the breadwinner of each has a hard time holding down a simple job. The other 30 families are engaged in criminal enterprises. Why would the five good families want the opinions and input of the stupid and criminal ones?

The UN was founded by a communist and is based on communist premises. We should have nothing to do with them.
24 posted on 12/27/2002 8:04:59 AM PST by jjm2111
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To: jjm2111
I don’t think a one-world religion is that far fetched. meowmeow

it does seem unlikely, given the lives spent on so many "sharp edges" throughout history....BUT....it HAS been foretold; Dan 12:1 .... and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation ....Rev 13:17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

during the gulf war, a syracuse basketball player had to be escorted from the floor of the "orange dome" (a HUGE crowd of @ 20,000!)....because his parents had spoken against the war. it was an instructive lesson in "mob rule", and a foreshadow of what awaits those who refuse the mark....

25 posted on 12/27/2002 8:20:02 AM PST by 1john2 3and4
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To: 1john2 3and4
I think the mark of the Beast has been placed over and over since Revelation was written. Refusing the mark is refusing to do evil when everyone else is doing it. Europeans who helped the Jews during WWII. Muslims who expose terrorists before they can maim and kill. Christians who fight the culture of death.

Going with the flow when the flow represents a great evil means accepting the mark, IMO.

BTW, what is 1john2,3&4? I don't know that one from memory.
26 posted on 12/27/2002 8:46:25 AM PST by jjm2111
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To: SLB
. . .UN Secretary General Kofi Annan who said "the future of the world depends on women."

He's right. But not in the way he means.

27 posted on 12/27/2002 8:57:31 AM PST by William Terrell
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To: jjm2111
Going with the flow when the flow represents a great evil means accepting the mark

true, for the most part, but keep in mind: Rev 13:18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number [is] Six hundred threescore [and] six.

and 1Jo 2:3 And hereby we do know that we know him, if we keep his commandments. 1Jo 2:4 He that saith, I know him, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him.

28 posted on 12/27/2002 9:06:00 AM PST by 1john2 3and4
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To: SLB
Linda Evans, Lindsay Wagner and Linda Gray of "Dallas" fame.

Lind Lind Lind, the Mark of the Bitch, huh?
29 posted on 12/27/2002 9:10:54 AM PST by aruanan
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To: SLB
Once religions are joined and "made one" one world government will not be far behind.

As the fall of communism demonstrated, we serve a God who has limited patience with towers of babel.

30 posted on 12/27/2002 9:11:57 AM PST by TomSmedley
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To: jjm2111
I do not agree. I do think that the sharper edges of each religion are being dulled, but I don't see the differences eroding completely. Some aspects of this, such as, losing the "my religion is the only way to God" attitude that many people still hold is probably not a bad thing. Many people were unjustly killed throughout the centuries because of religous violence for this reason.

To an extent, I believe you - but who is going to decide what 'sharp edges' are going to be dulled. What will happen when they decide that you don't really have to accept Jesus as the son - that will just be too dogmatic. Just accept he lived as a prophet and was a good teacher.

OTOH, the dulling of religion has some bad effects like the loss of a moral compass for many

Yes, because religion has to absolute or it is not a religion. I don't mean the idea of music or no music, statues or no statues, etc. - But the idea of God and Jesus is essential to the Christian religion and I believe it is possible for the world to decide there is one religion that is 'recommended' or 'recognized'. That is not farfetched at all. After that, all who do not ascribe to this religion will be part of the 'fringe'. It isn't far from that point right now when you read some of the posts even here on FR. When you see our President chastizing Christian leaders because they dare voice that Islam is not a religion of peace. You see, when the President of the US take such an unprecedented step, it opens the door just a crack for governments or the UN to decide in the name of peace, we must have a recognized religion so there will be no such 'hate speech'.

No they can't change what is in people's hearts, but I predict we will long for the days when we could attend the church of our choice. They can make it very difficult to practice your religion - then only the strongest will continue to do so.

I wonder how I will fare under those conditions? Will I have the courage?

31 posted on 12/27/2002 9:21:47 AM PST by nanny
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To: nanny
I wonder how I will fare under those conditions? Will I have the courage?

now, THAT'S a good question.

32 posted on 12/27/2002 9:34:26 AM PST by 1john2 3and4
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To: 1john2 3and4
true, for the most part, but keep in mind: Rev 13:18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number [is] Six hundred threescore [and] six.

Here's where you and I might differ. I think Revelation is an allegorical and metaphorical story. I don't take it literally.

33 posted on 12/27/2002 10:54:58 AM PST by jjm2111
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To: nanny
"...I predict we will long for the days when we could attend the church of our choice. They can make it very difficult to practice your religion - then only the strongest will continue to do so."

I do not agree with you at all. Religion (and not the mushy, squishy variety) is certainly alive and well in many countries including the USA. Even I've become more religous myself since I've been reading FR.

I wonder how I will fare under those conditions? Will I have the courage?

If those conditions ever came to pass, I'm confident you'd have the courage.

34 posted on 12/27/2002 11:00:03 AM PST by jjm2111
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To: All
Did anyone else find the "hugging saint" thing really, really weird?
35 posted on 12/27/2002 11:07:14 AM PST by Morrigan
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To: jjm2111
I do not agree with you at all. Religion (and not the mushy, squishy variety) is certainly alive and well in many countries including the USA. Even I've become more religous myself since I've been reading FR.

Certainly there is a 'revival' if you will of religion, at present. I was speaking about the future and the possibility of a 'world' religion. The fact more and more are seeking religion will make it even easier for a religion to be promoted that is 'inclusive' and that will be cloaked in universal love, goodness, brotherhood, but not wanting to be dogmatic about it - God will not be the head. I just think it is a distinct possibility.

36 posted on 12/27/2002 11:24:07 AM PST by nanny
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To: nanny
Fair enough and your point is well taken. The "we don't want to offend anyone" crowd always tries to expunge any facet of any religion that doesn't let people do what they want when they want.
37 posted on 12/27/2002 11:28:14 AM PST by jjm2111
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Does a one-world religion mean that EVERYONE on the planet will be a member of it? Because I don't think that's what it means, but rather, that the one-world government will favor that religion.

As for me, I'm personally of the belief that we'll be seeing Gaea worship in no time at all.
38 posted on 12/27/2002 11:40:37 AM PST by Green Knight
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To: Green Knight
Gaea worship in no time at all...

never heard of liberal science/politics...advanced upper division Gaea worship---SSevolution?

39 posted on 12/27/2002 11:59:31 AM PST by f.Christian
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To: f.Christian
That's one of the reasons, why. You got a slew of ready-made worshippers in the environmental movement, already. It'll be their "religious duty" to protect Mother Earth, aka Gaea. Merge them with Wiccans and you've got the beginnings of something. Then, of course, Gaea will be all for women having control over their bodies, so here come the Pro-Aborts. Hell, Gaea may even require a human sacrifice in the form of abortion. Could very well become a sacrament for them ("Thou shalt have at least one abortion in thine life in homage to Mother Earth, Gaea. Humanity is a burden upon the body of your mother and ye shall help lighten that burden through the Sacrament of Abortion"). Followed by the Feminazis, who'll join up to be a part of a religion which isn't "Patriarchal" the way Christianity is, never mind the Feminist men who think they're inferior to women. And at last you'll have all those folks who prefer a religion that essentially advocates "If it feels right, do it" (I.E. "Do what thou wilt, if it hurt none"). That'll bring the self-worshippers like Billy Jeff who don't want a god who'll tell them that all the nasty stuff that they do is wrong, but instead tells them that being an out-and-out pervert is a-ok. So you'd probably get a goodly number of homosexuals in the mix. Probably mostly lesbians, but also gay men and bisexuals of all stripes, as well as your generic straight perverts, drug addicts, NAMBLA types, etc.

I definitely think Gaea worship has the makings of becoming something. If someone were to unify it into a consistent religion (Like, say, a woman who was cloned from her mother. Someone with "No Earthly Father". Wouldn't that make the ultimate Prophet for a religion based on Goddess worship?) and that were then to receive backing from something like the UN and/or the EU, and possibly even getting inserted into textbooks worldwide (They've already got environmentalism in lots of text books. Why not couch that environmentalism in terms of a being, saying things like "You're not only hurting the baby turtles, but Mother Earth, too" etc) it could become something pretty big. That's my opinion, anyway. I could be wrong, and very well may be. *shrug*
40 posted on 12/27/2002 12:20:49 PM PST by Green Knight
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To: Angelus Errare
Check out my #40, here. Am I way off base? Like to know if I'm treading into Tin Foil Hat Land, here. And I know that you think the UN doesn't have the teeth to back something like this up. Now, at least. That doesn't mean, however, that things can't change.

As for the Prophet part, if that girl really IS a clone, and it's not a fraud, I definitely see some potential for something like this. This girl was, after all, created by a scientist who's a flat-out kook. And it may very well have been hoped by them for her to be born on December 25th (She was born through C-Section. Any doctors, here? Anyone know if that's something that would be required if an early birth had been induced? Something which may've been done in order to get this girl born on the 25th, rather than the 26th). They'll undoubtedly be around her for most of her life, at least through her formative years, where they'll drill her with all that Raellian nuttiness and how she's some kind of prophesied child, or something. Who knows.
41 posted on 12/27/2002 12:26:03 PM PST by Green Knight
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To: Green Knight
Creation/God...REFORMATION(Judeo-Christianity)---secular-govt.-humanism/SCIENCE---CIVILIZATION!

Originally the word liberal meant social conservatives(no govt religion--none) who advocated growth and progress---mostly technological(knowledge being absolute/unchanging)based on law--reality... UNDER GOD---the nature of GOD/man/govt. does not change. These were the Classical liberals...founding fathers-PRINCIPLES---stable/SANE scientific reality/society---industrial progress...moral/social character-values(private/personal) GROWTH(limited NON-intrusive PC Govt/religion---schools)!

Evolution...Atheism-dehumanism---TYRANNY(pc/liberal/govt-religion/rhetoric)...

Then came the SPLIT SCHIZOPHRENIA/ZOMBIE/BRAVE-NWO1984 LIBERAL NEO-Soviet Darwin/ACLU America---the post-modern ONE-WORLD(faux science)age of the BEAST!

42 posted on 12/27/2002 12:32:50 PM PST by f.Christian
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To: Green Knight
To: f.Christian

Dakmar...

I took a few minutes to decipher that post, and I must say I agree with a lot of what you said.

fC...

These were the Classical liberals...founding fathers-PRINCIPLES---stable/SANE scientific reality/society---industrial progress...moral/social character-values(private/personal) GROWTH(limited NON-intrusive PC Govt/religion---schools)!

Dakmar...

Where you and I diverge is on the Evolution/Communism thing. You seem to view Darwin and evolution as the beginning of the end for enlighted, moral civilization, while I think Marx, class struggle, and the "dictatorship of the proletariat" are the true dangers.

God bless you, I think we both have a common enemy in the BRAVE-NWO.

452 posted on 9/7/02 8:54 PM Pacific by Dakmar

43 posted on 12/27/2002 12:45:48 PM PST by f.Christian
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To: SLB
The thing that disturbed me was that my religion, the Christian sect, was very intolerant, not of religious freedom, but we thought we were the only ones going to heaven," Turner said.

That's not exactly what he said. I have the real quote here:

The thing that, UM AHH, disturbed me, UM AHH, was that my religion, UM AHH, the Christian sect, was , UM AHH, very intolerant, not of , UM AHH, religious freedom, but ,UM AHH, we thought we were , UM AHH, the only ones going to, UM AHH, heaven," Turner said.

44 posted on 12/27/2002 12:47:58 PM PST by asformeandformyhouse
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To: f.Christian
Evolution...Atheism-dehumanism---TYRANNY(EXCLUSIVE---pc/liberal/govt-religion/rhetoric)...
45 posted on 12/27/2002 2:12:02 PM PST by f.Christian
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To: SLB
Rev. Joan Brown Campbell--wasn't this the woman that helped get Elian back to Cuba?
46 posted on 12/27/2002 2:31:46 PM PST by exit82
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To: SLB
read later
47 posted on 12/27/2002 4:04:32 PM PST by LiteKeeper
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To: Northern Yankee
They are started gathering crystals, and chanting slogans to Shirley Maclaine.

LOL.

48 posted on 12/28/2002 8:03:11 PM PST by Victoria Delsoul
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To: Victoria Delsoul
And how about the "chant for peace"... "No more violence, no more violence, no more violence"...why, THAT ought to stop Saddam and the other Islamowackos dead in their tracks!/sarcasm off
49 posted on 12/28/2002 9:26:57 PM PST by Frank_2001
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To: aardvark1
Conservative Presbyterian DITTOS.

Good grief, we can't even agree on the color of CARPET for the Sanctuary, how would we EVER agree on a one world religion?

Oh wait. It does clearly state that "at the name of Jesus every knee will bend and every head will bow". Won't that be a hoot, when the Divine Hugger Lady sees THAT happen. LOL!
50 posted on 12/28/2002 9:29:54 PM PST by seams2me
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