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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Scientists enlist the big gun to get climate action: Faith

Prophecy Sign:  The coming future Global Religious System


Initially, the political world along with science and religion will all come together as never before in the early stages of the coming Tribulation period.  This will happen to allow for the creation of the one world global governance system which will claim to have the answers for all the world's problems, (eg. climate change, world peace, etc).  However once this global government is set in place and the Antichrist sits as God commanding worship from the world, the false religious system that helped to formulate his rise to power will be destroyed.

Then the angel said to me, “The waters you saw, where the prostitute sits, are peoples, multitudes, nations and languages.  The beast and the ten horns you saw will hate the prostitute. They will bring her to ruin and leave her naked; they will eat her flesh and burn her with fire. Revelation 17:15-16 NIV

Scientists enlist the big gun to get climate action: Faith
The cold hard numbers of science haven't spurred the world to curb runaway global warming. So as climate negotiators struggle in Paris, some scientists who appealed to the rational brain are enlisting what many would consider a higher power: the majesty of faith. It's not God versus science, but followers of God and science together trying to save humanity and the planet, they say.  In the first five days of climate negotiations, interfaith activists came, fasted, talked to media, buttonholed leaders and prayed. On Saturday night in a downtown Paris chapel, hundreds of people, many of them prostrated on the ground, sang and prayed for the climate negotiators and mostly for the world. Faith "is much deeper" than science, said Caroline Bader of the Geneva-based Lutheran World Federation.

‘Mother Earth’: UN Draft Global Warming Treaty Promotes Gaia Worship
Environmentalists and scientists have increasingly turned to religion to gain support for regulations aimed at cutting carbon dioxide emissions. Activists hope support for a treaty from prominent religious figures, like Pope Francis, will add moral weight to their call to fight global warming. But would Pope Francis support protecting “Mother Earth”? — a phrase explicitly referring to Greek pagan mythology in which Earth was personified as the mother of all things. The phrase also harkens to the Gaia hypothesis, which essentially postulates that all living things are interconnected with Earth’s biosphere and other climatic systems. 

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