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ecumenism and its beginnings

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Submitted by rodney allsworth (Australia), Jan 25, 2009 at 19:16

early last century there was a push to unite all the christian churches under the pope of rome it faltered but it did not die, in britian today we find a monarch that declares by an act of parliment that she -the queen- is the- DEFENDER OF THE FAITHS-. part of the push for values free thinking and equal rights agenda.and also an move by muslims to begin to infiltrate the goverment of england something the pommies are starting to wake up to, it will be no different with the presidency of the US.

if it were true that we all worship the one god fine .WE DONT.no matter how some would try to construe the argument I for one would not possibly bow to-allah-. jesus is my god. a statment islam will never accept, therefore there is no equality of the 2 religions.both the catholic and islamic movements have a common goal which is to have world dominion, one with a caliphate the other with the catholicism-catholisism actually means -universal church, and I think both religions would work on an ecumenicl basis to unite most of the worlds people into one religion, they must conqurer the american peoples first.obama is what religion?. and who will he claim he belongs to ?

if he lays a defined claim to ONE RELIGION .the news last night showed muslims demonstrating and calling for obama to do something for them in gaza AS OBAMA IS A MUSLIM JUST LIKE US, says it all doesnt it,

if obama doesnt call the shots loud and clear then every religion will claim him as their own, why? . hes the presdent of the us, if the islamic world doesnt get him on side you can bet your bottom dollar that the issue of him being an apostate will come to the fore very quickly, and islamists are well known for their propensity for blackmail, they have proven that beyond doubt.

rod qld

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