Prophecy Sign: The future global religious system
During the coming Tribulation, the global new world order of the Antichrist will utilize the one world religious system and the False Prophet as tools to point the world to the worship of Antichrist. This is already beginning to happen as the Obama White House is looking to use the Pope as a means to bend the populace of America into accepting the policies of the Obama administration.
Then I saw a second beast, coming out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb, but it spoke like a dragon. It exercised all the authority of the first beast on its behalf, and made the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose fatal wound had been healed. Revelation 13:11-12 NIV
In Pope Francis’s visit, White House sees a chance to transcend politics
Vice President Biden offered a glimpse earlier this week into how the White House, deeply frustrated by the gridlocked and bitter state of American politics, has come to view Pope Francis’s visit to the
United States. “The most popular man in the world is about to come to the United States of America,” Biden told a group of Hispanic Americans who had gathered at his residence. “The single most popular man in the world.” It’s not simply Francis’s popularity that enthralls the White House but also his ability to transcend the rancor of U.S. politics in a way that consistently has eluded President Obama. The big question for Obama and his advisers is whether the pope’s soaring popularity can ever-so-slightly shift the ground on some issues crucial to the White House and provide openings for the president in his waning months in office.
Is Pope Francis anti-American?
He is the self-declared foe of unbridled capitalism, rabid consumerism and have-it-all lifestyles -- but are conservatives right in fearing Pope Francis is anti-American at heart? The pontiff's attacks on those who worship the "God of money", appeals for an ecological revolution and criticisms of an unjust global economic system that excludes the poor have all wound up economic ultra-liberals. From Wall Street to the Tea Party, critics have slammed Argentine Francis as a poorly camouflaged Marxist and the debate is intensifying ahead of his arrival in the
United States next week.