Did Pope Francis just declare “one step away from One World Religion”?

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 Did Pope Francis just declare “one step away from One World Religion”?

John Kissinger [12/08/2015 4:27 PM]
Jennifer LeClaire there at Charisma magazine has once again caught us by surprise “Pope Francis declared what some end-time watchers are calling a step toward a “one world religion.” “though it is clear from Scripture that there will be an economic collapse, a False Prophet, an Antichrist rising and more” but as Perry Stone Ministries clarified NOT just yet http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/can-the-great-tribulation-begin-in-2016-or-2017/ “Could we all be missing it? Yes, of course. Anyone can miss it?” At least post-trib theology counts on the church missing it 🙂

Alan N Carla Smith [12/09/2015 10:04 PM]
Do you believe Francis is the last and final pope?

Ricky Grimsley [12/09/2015 10:12 PM]
I think its real possible. He is making real strides in forming a one world religion and pushing world government.

John Ruffle [12/09/2015 11:31 PM]
Well, we have here a dramatic, readership-pulling headline, that will get people talking and influence a lot of semi-literate folk, and then we have the closest thing to zero substance in the actual text. But on the plus side, she doesn’t jump to unwarranted conclusions, and in fact pours a little fire-fighting water on the rhetoric of the conspiracy watchers. In all, a journalistic master-class in how to say nothing at all in the most dramatic way possible! I’d give her a 9/10 if she submitted this for an English assignment!

John Kissinger [12/10/2015 5:46 AM]
but in reality Francis has appealed to Islam on several occasions, as well as to charismatics that fall for him and now to eastern orthodox. WCC is very much with him on this one SO what is the only reasonable conclusion of such actions?


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