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Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Tony Blair Faith Foundation, Rick Warren PEACE Agenda & One World Political Religious Government

Updated 19 Nov 2010
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Latest News On Tony Blair Faith Foundation. How it is Progressing Towards Global Religious Unity



Original Article:
I have spent the last 2 days investigating what Tony Blair's Foundation is all about, combining it with what I know about Rick Warren's PEACE agenda, the Vatican's agenda for a World religion through the ecumenical movement and the World Political Leaders agenda for a New (global) World Order. The aim of this post is to simply inform what is going on by giving an overall summary of  what I have found, supported by evidence.


I do not pretend to be an expert on this and would recommend you follow experts like Bob Mitchell, Tony Pearce of "Light For The Last Days" David Hunt and such. These and many others (over the centuries) have also been teaching from the scriptures that the antichrist will rise to power and he will sweep into power by first embracing and joining together a one world religious system. At that time the Christian church will also be seduced and become apostate. The ac will also ride on a new political world order. Once he succeeds in ruling the World through the use of globalised religion, he will then ditch the religious system and rule by tyranny. We can see these things developing very fast. before our very eyes. As Jesus said "when you see these things, look up for your redemption is drawing near". So here are my findings:
Remember, my purpose for writing this post is simply to inform by summary, to show  the links of Tony Blair etc (I have pasted the full contents of some of those links at the bottom of this post) and summarise what I have found.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDikjKrZrlI&feature=player_embedded Tony Blair on video discussing his hopes of faiths working together 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erqeDjRSHXI&feature=player_embedded#  Tony Blair on video discussing the objectives

Rick Warren video with Tony Blair    This is Rick Warren on video discussing his PEACE and Faith's agenda chaired by Tony Blair, showing how the two are working closely together in this Faiths Foundation

http://tonyblairfaithfoundation.org/pages/who-we-are  This shows Rick Warren and other religious leaders are on Tony Blair Faith Foundation Board.
http://www.tonyblairoffice.org/speeches/entry/tony-blair-faith-and-globalisation-lecture/ This shows (in writing) Tony Blair's plans for faith and globalisation


By the way, I have pasted Rick Warren's statement from the Tony Blair foundation (from this link http://www.exchangedlife.com/departing/warren3.shtml but cannot find it on that site). Does anybody know where I can find it?


Before you read any further, please first read my earlier post entitled:



Tony Blair courts US pastor Rick Warren in bid to unite faiths  to get this into context. 


My Summary:First let's look at Tony Blair's career:
Tony Blair rises to Political power within UK, he becomes a very active politician for World peace (meeting and working with many world leaders),  He resigns (after a very long term in office) because of his aspirations to become a global politician, he leaves his protestant faith to become a Catholic, He spends much time with the Pope and inside the Vatican, he becomes a powerful figure within the EU, he now sets up the globalised Faith foundation to join all religious groups together under a common goal.


Tony is seeking to promote "Faith" globally for the sole purpose of  peace amongst faith groups. He is using the things which are common links and believes these will unite us: our consciences towards God, our desires to do good works, our desire of fulfilling and achieving our destiny in God, and our hope of the afterlife.


He believes that these four things will cause those of faith to work together for the common good of improving the planet in every way. He believes that by working together we will all gain mutual respect for each other's faith when we see the common ground we have.


What is clear is that there is no place for "converting" one another. Those who join will learn the differences of the different faiths for the sole purpose of mutual respect but no-one will be allowed to "force" his specific faith on anybody. Those who "preach" and the extremists will probably be persecuted.


These are early days, but as the "faith" train starts to build momentum, it is clear how things will probably develop, ie an increasing persecution of those who do not join membership or do not do as they are told.
Already within the EU there is much talk about the "tolerant society". We all have to be tolerant of everybody and everything except those who say their way is the only way. So Christians throughout the EU are becoming marginalised.


Is it a good thing Tony Blair is doing?  On the face of it it may seem good, but there are underlying currents which the true church should pull away from. Jesus tells us in The Book of Revelation "come out of Babylon" (which is the world religious apostate system) "and do not participate in her sins".


So clearly we should not take part. First, Tony Blair does not understand how "born-again" Christians are different from all other faith's and cannot work together with unbelievers in the work of God's kingdom.
Yes we are taught to love all people and to live in peace with all people, but we are different! We have God, the Holy Spirit within us which those of other faith's do not have. Therefore, we have the capability to achieve better things when working with other born-again believers than with non born-again faiths.


We have been instructed to NOT be yoked with unbelievers. Jesus instructed us to "preach the good news" we cannot be silent about our faith. The reason we do good works and demonstrate love is to show the World how much Jesus loves them and demonstrate His love in us. There would be no incentive to do good works if it is a "watered down" version. It would be watered down if we are doing it with those who are unregenerate. We are a "called out" people who are "peculiar (different) from the rest of the world, so we should not unite with those who are living in darkness.


Tony Blair believes that the ultimate goal of all religious people  is fulfilling and achieving our destiny in God.Actually, this is "new age" understanding and shows that new age is the uniting force behind all false religions and ecumenism. So he aims to unite us all by encouraging us all to participate in this global work of good works which apparently is our destiny.


Well, we know that Christianity is the only faith which does NOT need good works to reach our destiny as our destiny is based on the saving work of redemption by Jesus through faith, not works.  Besides it is Jesus in us who is producing the good works. We are being changed from one degree of Glory to another. It is no longer I who live but Christ living in me. Our fulfilment comes from being in the centre of God's Will being led by the Holy Spirit. We cannot be fulfilled by being led by an unregenerate political leader's agenda.


This is what Rick Warren announced:
The vision and values of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation are desperately needed today when every major issue in our world is influenced for good or harm by faith factors. It would be foolish to ignore how religious conviction impacts personal and national identity, poverty and education, extremism and reconciliation, disease and development, peace and progress. In any effort to help people learn to live and work together, we must engage the vast networks, resources, wisdom, and influence of the faith communities. My friends, Tony Blair is uniquely prepared with the gifts of temperament, knowledge, experience, leadership, and global respect essential for a task this great. I honestly don’t know of anyone better suited for this challenge. It’s why I agreed to serve on the Advisory Board. The Tony Blair Faith Foundation’s potential for doing good is staggering.
Rick Warren
Saddleback Church
Purpose Driven Network
P.E.A.C.E. Coalition *
*  Note: please checkout details on the above mentioned PEACE Coalition by clicking within this shortcut link  P E A C E Coalition Details 

10 comments:

Mr E said...

The bits you missed...

An up and coming shadow foreign secretary is approached by a record company executive, Michael Levy, on behalf of an influential group of secular Jewish businessmen.

The pair form a close friendship, play tennis together. It is a good deal for the businesmen because it is apparent that the then Conservative Government will shortly be voted out and "New" Labour will gain power.

The businessmen fund their protege via a "blind trust". Shortly afterwards, the leader of the opposition John Smith dies "unexpectedly" and Bliar succeeds to his position, shortly to become Prime Minister.

As Prime Minister, Bliar allies himself with Bill Clinton and the pair set about military operations in the former Jugoslavia.

Although there are atrocities and ethnic cleansing on various sides they turn against the [Orthodox] Serbs, siding with the [Catholic] Croats and [Muslim] Bosnians, and later the [Muslim] Kosovans.

This represents a return to the persecutions of the Serbs carried out by the [Catholic] Austro-Hungarian Empire and later the Third Reich and [Muslim] Ottoman empire. Meanwhile they reconcile the [Catholic extremist] IRA with the promise of power-sharing in Ireland.

Clinton is replaced by George W Bush in a fraudulent election. Bush, like his father (former head of the CIA) is closely allied to an occultic-Zionist fringe termed the "New World Order", who appear to take the apocolyptic theology of Lindsay et al as a textbook.

The Bush family have traditional banking links to the Saudi and Bin Laden families.

Bush never renounced the occult initiation rites he went through at college, and still attended the Bohemian Grove ceremonies where a doll (we hope) was sacrificed to an Owl image (Molech brought up to date).

The 9/11 events of 2001 come as a surprise, but the only civilian flights in the immediate aftermath are those to gather and repatriate members of the Bin Laden family living across the USA.

Bliar pledges his unconditional support for the war. (You know the rest). Various people that oppose Bliar meet early deaths (Kelly, Cook).

John Chingford said...

Thanks Mr E

Interesting information. This sounds very conspiracy theoryish. If it is true, it certainly shows what Tony Blair is about.

Although I am unsure how factual this is I still publish it as it may be true and someone may be able to verify all these things or not.

You also seem to have a problem with some portions of the Jewish community.

Although it is true that the Jewish people (like all human beings) are far from perfect, they ARE God's special people. "Jacob have I loved" and so we must be careful that we do not curse (or bring an unfair accusation)against His chosen national people.

However, we must be sympathetic for them and understand (as with ALL people) that they are sinful people who need salvation from their sins. We MUST pray for them and not become their stumbling block.

Mr E said...

Source for the Lord Levy/Bliar stuff was a small book written by an "insider" Bryan Gould (former Labour MP), called something like "Inside New Labour" and published several years ago (can't find my copy and can't find the book on Amazon, but I can assure you it exists!).

I think much of this information is also to be found in Andrew Rawsley's earlier works on New Labour. There is some stuff about Bohemian Grove in Nick Cohen's "Them" (and his documentary series), but quite a lot more on the internet.

The "mercy flights" for the Bin Laden family are widely documented, even where other 9/11 conspiracy theories have been shown to be false.

Mr E said...

From your wording, I'm wondering whether you subscribe to the view that God has two peoples: an earthly people = Jews and a heavenly people = Church?

I would disagree - that God has only one people and in Christ extended the promises and blessings made to Abraham to the church.

Equally those who reject Christ are now outside God's people - whether Jews by genealogy or Gentiles. God still has a purpose for the Jews, as the whole of Romans makes clear (not just chapter 11), but that is when they return to Christ.

John Chingford said...

Hi Mr E,

I do agree with most of what you have said, but I have to disagree that all the promises and blessings given to Abraham can be extended to the church.

It is true that the church can enjoy many of these blessings, but remember the church has been grafted into the olive tree. At the moment most of Israel has been cut out of the Abrahamic blessings (which were conditional) but the promises are for their return. So much of the promises are relating to Israel's return not specifically for the church.

If you look at the immediate context of scripture and the whole bible context there are a lot of promises that apply specifically to Israel (as an earthly, not spiritual, nation)and ONLY apply to Israel. Like the borders of the Land, and Ezekiel 37 is referring to Israel - not the church.

Wary said...

John
I have found Mr E's comments an interesting read, and have agreed with your responses to those comments.

Purely for the sake of sanity, it is necessary to point out that Mr E does not follow the same literal hermeneutic of Scripture as you and I do.
His stance reveals Covenant Theology's allegorical/spiritualising interpretation which, please believe me, will quickly result in circular reasoning and confusion when speaking to those of us following the serious interpretation of Grammatical/Historical. (Been there, done that)

This view sees Israel as the church in the Old Testament and the church as Israel in the New Testament providing just ONE people of God throughout history. This is identical to Bob Mitchells understanding to support the Post-Tribulation position. Bob is of the minority view of Covenant Theology of Premill. Most are either Post or Amill.

Arnold Fruchtenbaum explains this in his book "Israelogy" (the missing link of systematic theology).
God bless
Sue

Tony Cox said...

John,

I saw this on Tony Blair's Faith Foundation site this morning - an article from April 23, 2010. I have included some excerpts - thought you might find this interesting:

"Turning Strangers Into Friends" - Review of report from Catholic bishops of England and Wales

In Britain we are engaged in a process of learning how to construct and live in a society made up of different faiths”. This is how Archbishop Vincent Nichols of Westminster begins his foreword to a significant teaching document from the Catholic bishops of England and Wales on inter-religious dialogue published today. But it is, of course, not only Britain. The same could be said for almost all countries in a time of globalisation and migration.

An important attempt to “read the signs of the times” and, as a consequence, to promote the importance of inter-religious dialogue

Catholics must therefore strive to be “open to all that is true and holy” in other faiths, and moreover, to “acknowledge, preserve and encourage” their “spiritual and moral truths... together with their social life and culture”.

The document sets this teaching in the context of economic migration and the movement of refugees across borders, gives examples of action within dioceses, and deals in detail with potentially contentious areas such as interfaith marriage and multi-faith prayer.

Catholics “come together to pray” with other faiths – as Pope John Paul II did on occasions at Assisi – with each faith praying in its own way; they do not “pray together” with them.

Tony Cox said...

Hi John

I see Rick Warren is a member and participant of the World Economic Forum and The Council on Foreign Relations.

Having affiliations with organizations like these - as well as others - and being a "buddy" of Tony Blair - it is a little concerning what ties and power this guy really has or will have.

John Chingford said...

Hi Tony

Thanks for the above comment which you originally sent on 15 Oct 2010. You had put it on an article which was not applicable to this subject, so I don't think I published it at that time.

I had intended to post your comment to a more appropriate article, but I think I forgot to do so. It could be that I pasted it somewhere else, but in case I didn't I thought this article would be an appropriate place. I hope you don't mind?

Please keep informing me of developments you learn about. God bless you my brother.

Anonymous said...

PAUL SAID: But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one that we preached to you, let that one be accursed!" (Galatians 1:6).