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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?  

  • 02:01

    Jon Saint-Germain joins us to speak about his new book Crystal Magic

    in Spirituality

    At age six, Jon Saint-Germain decided he wanted to be a Wizard when he grew up. Today he is a professional psychic, rootworker, author and ecumenical minister. Jon is one-half Cherokee and has studied traditional Cherokee herbal medicine and magic. He has a long family tradition in Southern psychic arts, as his mother, grandmother, aunt and great-grandmother all were practicing psychics, and his grandfater was a skilled dowser or "water-witch." During the 1982 Knoxville World's Fair, he successfully solved the Rubik's Cube while blindfolded. Professor Erno Rubik thought this was the most amazing thing he had ever witnessed. The most common remark made during this time was "Heck, I can't solve it with my eyes OPEN!" He was the official palm reader for Obama's Inagural Ball and Women's Health Magazine's Chicago Expo, and is a popular guest on television and radio programs. He has even read palms over the radio! He also enjoys speaking for Civic clubs. His books -- Runic Palmistry, Karmic Palmistry and Love in the Palm of Your Hand are available in bookstores and from this website. Because of his eclectic knowledge of all things magical and psychic, he recently was retained as a consultant for a series of programs for the Learning Channel. In 2001, Jon was part of a scientific panel led by Dr. Gary Schwartz dedicated to examine the most important question ever asked: does human consciousness survive the death of the body? the results of this investigation are related in Dr. Schwartz's book The Afterlife Experiments. Jon practices what he preaches. Struggling with a lifelong eating disorder, he applied his mind power techniques to solving the riddle of why a person would consume food when he isn't really hungry. He found answers, and his weight dropped from over 300 pounds to 200 pounds in a year and a half.


     

  • 00:43

    Ask the Theologian Open Line for your Doctrinal and Worldview Questions

    in Christianity

    In this episode of Ask the Theologian, Dr. Randy White answers your questions. Call or chat for a live response, or listen in to the archives.


    On today’s program, as time permits, we will consider some more great Biblical and theological questions that have come in recently on the Randy White Ministries Discussion Group page on Facebook. Here are some of them:



    How important is baptism?
    How can I tell the difference between good resources on Bible prophecy and those who are simply peddling sensationalism?
    How should we respond to the de-emphasis on sound doctrine and the continued movement toward entertainment and unbiblical teachings which are taking place in so many churches?
    Should women teach men (or mixed groups) in Bible study or Sunday school?
    Does Psalm 37:4 mean that God will bless me with anything that I want?
    How can we begin to evaluate church history—considering the prominent parts played by Roman Catholicism and the Reformers, neither of whom agree with us on theology?
    Should churches join in citywide communion services?
    What is the meaning of the parable of the wedding feast?


    Join us live or listen to the archives!

  • 00:59

    Passover Celebration - Rabbi Joseph Potasnik and Father Brian McWeeney

    in Judaism

    Today, we celebrate Passover, with Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, Executive Vice President of the New York Board of Rabbis.  He is joined by Father Brian McWeeney, Director of Ecumenical Affairs and Inter-Religious Activities for the Archdiocese of New York.  We will hear about this very special Jewish holiday from the Jewish and Christian perspective. Proof positive that you don't have to be Jewish to appreciate Passover.

  • 00:44

    The Road to Enlightenment with Kellie Fitzgerald and Peter Sklivas

    in Goals

    Creator of HotCore Yoga in Beverly Farms, MA & Teacher of 12000 yoga classes, Peter Sklivas lived in ashrams in U.S. (Kripalu) & India. His lifelong dream to write a novel of spiritual truth was realized on his 50th b-day along the banks of the holy river Ganga when he completed The Secret of Enduring Love.


    At age 15 Peter Sklivas began his practice of meditation. His 30+ years experience includes TM, Dzochen Tibetan Buddhism, 6 years on Kripalu Staff, Bikram Choudhury’s 500-Hr Yoga Teacher Training (Spring 2000), Bikram’s 1992 Kripalu staff-only training, ashram pilgrimages to Rishikesh, India + extensive practice with Baron Baptiste, Barbara Benagh, Patricia Walden & other Boston yoga teachers.


    In 2006 Peter moved the studio to Beverly Farms and created a new yoga style called HotCore Yoga combining his ecumenical approach of Hot Yoga with core body mechanics, ujaya breath, bandhas, energy lines & psycho-spiritual awareness. Each class with Peter is an exciting adventure into the Higher Self.


    In 2011 Peter won 1st prize for U.S. Northeast Region in Cable Access Fitness Programs for the TV show called Yoga Passion. During this year Peter changed the name of studio from Yoga Passion to HotCore Yoga. In 2013 Peter completed and published the novel: The Secret of Enduring Love: Yoga Romance of Damayanti & Nala


    As always thank you so much for listening!

  • 01:03

    Easter Celebration - Father McWeeney and Rev. Miranda

    in Christianity

    This is Easter Week (Holy Week).  We are blessed to have Father Brian McWeeney, Director of Ecumenical Affairs and Inter-Religious Activities for the Archdiocese of New York, to discuss HolyThursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. 


    Joining Father McWeeney is Rev. Marcos Miranda, Sr. Pastor at Action in Christ Int'l Church and President of Christian Clergy - an organization dedicated to ending the persecution of Christians and other minority faith groups around the world.


    This week  is not only time to repent; it is also a time to reflect on what we have done to ourselves, to other people and how our relationship with the L-rd make us better people. This is the time to ask and pray for forgiveness and to be thankful for all our blessings.


    Easter is a religious holiday, observed primarily by Christians.  However, you don't have to be Christian to appreciate the holiday and today's show.

  • 00:59

    Good Friday and Exceptional Easter - Father Brian McWeeney

    in Christianity

    Today, we are extremely blessed to have with us Father Brian McWeeney, who is the Director of Ecumenical Affairs and Inter-Religious Activities for the Archdiocese of N.Y.  On his Facebook page, Father Brian can be seen shaking hands with the Pope.  


    Today's show will usher in Good Friday and Easter - important religious holidays observed primarily by Christians.  Father Brian will speak about these holidays in layman's terms so people of all faiths can appreciate their significance.


    Please join the celebration.  You don't have to be Christian.