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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Atheist Sunday Assembly branches out in first wave of expansion

Prophecy Sign:  The global false religious system



The future false religious system of the False Prophet, (which will point the world towards the Antichrist), will have something for everyone.  From the Roman Church to Islam, from the Buddhists to the Atheists, all faiths, (including those that have faith that there is no God), will come together as one.  Satan knows that spirituality is at the heart of every person, (including the Atheist), and will make use of that spirituality to point the world to the one whom he, (Satan), will indwell when he makes his claim to be God, (2 Thessalonians 2:4).

They will act religious, but they will reject the power that could make them godly. Stay away from people like that! 2 Timothy 3:5 NLT

Atheist Sunday Assembly branches out in first wave of expansion
It started, as a number of the world's great religions have done, with a small group of friends and a persuasive idea: why should atheists miss out on all the good things churches have to offer? What would happen if they set up a "godless congregation" that met to celebrate life, with no hope of the hereafter? Eight months after their first meeting in a deconsecrated church in north London, the founders of the Sunday Assembly have their answer: on Sunday they will announce the formation of satellite congregations in more than 20 cities across Britain and the world, the first wave of an expansion that they believe could see 40 atheist churches springing up by the year and as many as 1,000 worldwide within a decade.
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/14/atheist-sunday-assembly-branches-out

Secular Student Group Invited to Department of Education "Interfaith" Meeting
Traditionally, an “interfaith” meeting would mandate that some sort of “faith” be present by all parties, but that is no longer the case with the Obama administration. The Secular Student Alliance, a national nonprofit dedicated to organizing nonreligious students, has been invited to help plan a national gathering for the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Challenge.
While it is curious that an organization that explicitly denies the existence of faith would be invited to an “interfaith” meeting, it is hardly the Obama administration’s first outreach to those lacking any belief in a higher power. Atheists were present at a 2010 “interfaith discussion” at the White House, which prompted criticism from religious leaders.

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