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  • 00:32

    The Ecumenical Movement: One World Religion

    in Education

    Ecumenism is any interdenominational initiative aimed at greater cooperation among Christian churches; it is the idea of a Christian unity in the literal meaning: that there should be a single Church. Ecumenism is separate and distinct from nondenominational Christianity, which seeks no common organizing principle.  This specific sense of the word contrasts with interfaith dialogue or interfaith pluralism aimed at unity or cooperation among diverse religions and referring to a worldwide "religious unity" by the advocacy of a greater sense of shared spirituality.


    The word is derived from Greek ο?κουμ?νη (oikoumene), which means "the whole inhabited world", and was historically used with specific reference to the Roman Empire. The ecumenical vision comprises both the search for the visible unity of the Church (Ephesians 4:3) and the "whole inhabited earth" (Matthew 24:14) as the concern of all Christians.


    Ephesians 4:3 (KJV)   Endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.


    Matthew 24:14 (KJV)  And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.


    Many "New Age" Bibles promote the unification of all religions.  For example, in order to merge Islam with Christianity, these New Age Bibles continuously delete references to the deity of Jesus Christ.  For example, the NIV Bible deletes the entire verse in Acts 8:37 which says "...I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God."  By gradually paring down the bible until it has no further references to the divinity of Jesus Christ, they believe that it will be possible to merge Islam with Christianity.

  • 00:45

    The Ecumenical Movement: One World Religion and the New Utopia

    in Education

    Ecumenism is any interdenominational initiative aimed at greater cooperation among Christian churches; it is the idea of a Christian unity in the literal meaning: that there should be a single Church. Ecumenism is separate and distinct from nondenominational Christianity, which seeks no common organizing principle.  This specific sense of the word contrasts with interfaith dialogue or interfaith pluralism aimed at unity or cooperation among diverse religions and referring to a worldwide "religious unity" by the advocacy of a greater sense of shared spirituality.


    The word is derived from Greek ο?κουμ?νη (oikoumene), which means "the whole inhabited world", and was historically used with specific reference to the Roman Empire. The ecumenical vision comprises both the search for the visible unity of the Church (Ephesians 4:3) and the "whole inhabited earth" (Matthew 24:14) as the concern of all Christians.


    Ephesians 4:3 (KJV)   Endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.


    Matthew 24:14 (KJV)  And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.


    Many "New Age" Bibles promote the unification of all religions.  For example, in order to merge Islam with Christianity, these New Age Bibles continuously delete references to the deity of Jesus Christ.  For example, the NIV Bible deletes the entire verse in Acts 8:37 which says "...I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God."  By gradually paring down the bible until it has no further references to the divinity of Jesus Christ, they believe that it will be possible to merge Islam with Christianity.

  • 02:33

    WMLR PRESENTS...MOOR TALK..RELIGIOUS BEGINNINGS: THE 7 ECUMENICAL COUNCILS

    in Religion

    WMLR, YOUR #1 STATION FOCUSED ON REBUILDING OUR NATION!


    JOIN US FOR AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT THE ORIGINS OF ORGANIZED RELIGION! WE WILL DISCUSS THE 7 ECUMENICAL COUNCILS AND THE ROLE THEY PLAYED FORMING MODERN RELIGION. WHAT WAS THE PURPOSE FOR THE MEETINGS? WHAT EVENTS MOTIVATED SUCH MEETINGS TO OCCUR? WE WELCOME THE REACHER TO THE MOOR TALK LOUNGE!!


    HOSTED BY EMPRESS LIONESS JEY & TEHUTI THE FLY VIRGO



     

  • 00:46

    The Ecumenical Movement and Chrislam

    in Education

    The Ecumenical Movement:  is a movement for the unification of all the Protestant churches of the world, and ultimately, all Christians. 


    Rick Warren’s Ecumenism and “Chrislam”:   In an article in the 2009 Orange County Register, Rick Warren is in full fellowship speaking to 8,000 Muslims at the Islamic Society of North America’s (INSA) annual convention in Washington D.C.  Reports are that Warren did not share the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Warren states:  "I am not interested in interfaith dialogue, I am interested in interfaith projects,"  He says "Talk is very cheap." 


    This quote below is from a Muslim “ecumenical” web site.  The word Islam means “Submission.”  They substitute the word “God” in place of Allah.


    The time has come to purify and consolidate all the messages delivered by God’s prophets into one message, and to proclaim that henceforth, there is only one religion acceptable to God, [Allah] “Submission”  [Islam] (3:19, 85). “Submission” [Islam] is the religion whereby we recognize God’s [Allah’s] absolute authority, and reach an unshakeable conviction that God [Allah] ALONE possesses all power; no other entity possesses any power that is independent of Him [Allah]. The natural result of such a realization is to devote our lives and our worship absolutely to God [Allah] ALONE. This is the First Commandment in all the scriptures, including the Old Testament, the New Testament, and the Final Testament. [Quran]

  • 01:50

    Watch and Pray: The Ecumenical Movement

    in Christianity

    Jesus told us to Love one another and he prayed that we should all be one.  Does this command have any boundaries?  Do all we need as believers is to beileve on Jesus and all of the rest will sort itself out?  These are times in which much is changing very quickly.  It is important that we understand the times and seasons that we are in.  The Apostle John called his days the last days.  How much nearer to that being a reality must we be?  

  • 00:30

    Coffee / Tea, Sweet Trays... You must be asking - "What am I talking about".

    in Family

    Churches today are rapidly abandoning the fundamentals of the Christian faith, replacing them (the fundamentals) with Modernistic teachings from the latest New York Times Best Seller. Churches today are saturated today with the unbiblical, ecumenical and compromised teachings of such false teachers as: Joel Osteen, Rick Warren, Benny Hinn, Kenneth & Gloria Copeland, etc. As an example Joel Osteen avoids the topics of sin, Hell and judgment like the Bubonic Plague. As a result, his "church" averages 44,000 attendees every Sunday. Rick Warren on the other-hand has embraced: "chrislam" (some aspects of christianity mixed with the teachings of islam). Both are professional ear-ticklers. They tell you what you want to hear. Joel Osteen, Rick Warren, and others are professional ear-ticklers telling you exactly what you want to hear, but are devoid of the truth. Yes they will occasionally preach something sound, but that is only so as to get you even more entangled into their web. Many pastors today wrongly preach a message of forgiveness without repentance. Yet we see in Acts 2:38 that repentance is to come before one is baptised. An infant or toddler cannot repent of something they do not know about or understand yet.


    Many churches forget that the Holy Bible (the word of God) - the Holy scriptures - are supposed to be the Authority in a CHURCH. Too many pastors take it upon themselves to control people's lives, when they ought to be counseling people to make their own decisions using Biblical principles. Jesus told us in John 5:39 to... SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES. Far too many people rely completely upon what their pastor or priest tells them, without ever considering if the advice or what is preached is actually Biblical.

       A pastor is to be the greatest servant in the church!


    Matthew 23:11
    "But he that is greatest among you shall be your servant."

  • 01:25

    Labourers for Christ Prayer Summit

    in Christianity

    Join us as we gather together as a united Body of believers to pray for leaders and the LFC Apostolic Ecumenical Network

  • 01:57

    The Dr. Pat Show-Talk Radio To Thirve By!

    in Spirituality

    The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: The Only Little Prayer You Need - The Shortest Route to a Life of Joy, Abundance and Peace of Mind with Author Debra Engle. The Only Little Prayer You Need addresses the prevalence of fear in people's lives. The book is based on six words that showed up in the author's life on a day when she was frustrated, stressed and angry. When she decided to ask a higher power for help, she heard the words, "Please heal my fear-based thoughts." Soon after, remarkable changes started to take place in her life, and she was compelled to write about the experience. While the book is about a prayer, it's ecumenical, universal and practical, providing a simple but powerful tool for creating more peace in your inner world.


    The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: Encore: Finding True Love with Co-host TJ Woodward.  It is a new year and a new opportunity to find and experience more love in our lives. The thing is, many of us have been "looking for love in all the wrong places" as the saying goes. Please join Dr. Pat and co-host TJ Woodward as they explore moving from "seeking" love to "finding" love. And, it may be in the last place you would think to look!


     

  • 02:27

    2016 Rev Dr. MLK, Jr. National Holiday Citywide Church Service

    in Non-Profit

    Listen in "LIVE" as we come together, to, come together!


    Bread Of Life Church of Fond du Lac, along with Bishop Dr. H.D. Haywood, Sr. and Pastor Beverly A. Haywood, present the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday Church Service.


    Hosted this year at Memorial Baptist Church, 645 Forest Ave., at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18, this city-wide ecumenical church service and nonpartisan citizen’s event has become the hallmark of the Fond du Lac community’s MLK National Holiday, bringing city residents and leaders together in celebration. Diverse ideas and philosophies from all backgrounds, including, but not limited to; ethnicity, race, creed, color and religious or political affiliations, will be shared.

  • 00:51

    The Ecumenical Catholic Communion

    in Religion

    In today's broadcast Bishop Peter Elder Hickman will be explaining the emergence of a new expression of a very ancient Catholic Tradition called the Ecumenical Catholic Communion. In September of 2003 there was a gathering of consciensious Catholic Christians from eleven Catholic communities, independent of Papal jurisdiction, in order to form an ecclessial body that would bring together the scattered sheep of the Catholic Church that had been marginalized and excluded from the life of other established Catholic institutions. A constitution was written and affirmed and so a the new Communion of Catholic communities was formed. In the formation of this new organization of Catholic Christians an ancient and older Catholic tradition was revived, conciliarism. Conciliarism is the belief that ultimate authority is derived from Jesus Christ and expressed through the Ecumenical Councils of the Church at every level. Join us as we now examine the origin and development of what would become the Ecumenical Catholic Communion, a new way to practice a very ancient tradition.

  • 01:00

    The Story of the Ecumenical Catholic Communion

    in Religion

    In Today's broadcast Bishop Peter Elder Hickman will begin the narrative of the story of the formation of the Ecumenical Catholic Communion. He will begin by describing his own journey from Evangelical Protestantism to Catholicism. He will talk about the Old Catholic Movement in the United States as well as the founding of an Old Catholic faith community called Saint Matthew Church, his election to become bishop and the formation of what would become the Ecumenical Catholic Communion. His work for reform within the Catholic faith tradition will also be discussed.