Pope “Petrus Romanus” Francis will make a virtual appearance at the Together 2016 event on the National Mall in Washington D.C. on July 17th. Also known as The Reset Movement, the goal is to transcend differences by bringing together different religions and denominations in an effort to erase the lines of doctrinal divisions. Here is a Reset Movement video:
Billed as the “Next Great Awakening,” the event brings together the Southern Baptist Convention, the Assemblies of God, the Pentecostal Charismatic Churches of North America, Grace Communion International (formerly Worldwide Church of God) and the Roman Catholic Church. It features prominent recording artists (Hillsong United, Casting Crowns, Kari Jobe, Michael W. Smith, Crowder, Kirk Franklin), celebrity pastors (Francis Chan, Josh Brewer) and respected apologists (Ravi Zacharias, Josh McDowell). While it certainly would be nice to see a genuine spiritual revival, this event does not seem to promise a genuine one. Instead it reeks of the same sort of “inclusivism” promulgated at the (post-luciferic-enthronement) Second Vatican Council. What’s wrong with that?
The problem is that Roman Catholicism and Christianity are not the same thing (see CARM). Jesus is an exclusivist (Matthew 7:13–29; John 14:6; Acts 20:28; Romans 3:21–26, 5:9; Ephesians 1:7, 2:13; Colossians 1:20; Hebrews 9:12, 22) but the “all is one,” inclusivism labeled “oneism” by Peter Jones, is the prevailing spiritual idea of our age. Inclusivism, even of the “evangelical” variety, is a step down the slippery slope of religious pluralism promoted by the pope and many theologically liberal protestants.
We uncovered much more disturbing information concerning the pope’s theology and marxism in our latest book The Final Roman Emperor, the Islamic Antichrist, and the Vatican’s Last Crusade available here.