April 12, 2011

Worldview News

Item #1

Why is Fabian Socialist and Ecumenical Leader Tony Blair To Speak At Southern Baptist, Union University in Jackson, Tennessee? This is More Proof that Many Within the Church Are Accepting The Religious Trojan Horse
Ironically this university has tried to promote itself as a strong Biblical worldview university and yet they invite Tony Blair to speak who not only embraces Fabian Socialism but has organized the Tony Blair Faith Foundation to bring the religions of the world together. If you are not aware of the unbiblical, globalist, and socialist worldview of Tony Blair then watch the video provided in item #2 of this e-mail. In this press release Union University boasts of having had Mikhail Gorbachev as a speaker. Gorbachev is not only a promoter of pagan spirituality but is also one of the global leaders behind the promotion of the United Nation’s radical environmentalism. 

To read these stories look under our national and international news section at:

WSJ/NBC Poll: A Donald Trump Surprise.
Blair puts his faith in student dialogue
Glenn Beck to Leave Fox News Program
Inflation expectations worry US Federal Reserve officials
Gold spikes to fresh record on inflation fears Congress Passes Legislation To Repeal Obamacare Expansion of Form 1099 Reporting
U. president: Mormons should join ACLU

Item #2

Religious Trojan Horse: Fabian Socialism, Tony Blair, and Rick Warren 
By Brannon Howse  

Item #3

Religious Trojan Horse: Why the Office of Apostle and Prophet Has Ceased 
By Brannon Howse
Click here to order this 4 1/2 hour series on two DVDs http://www.worldviewweekend.com/secure/store/product.php?SessionID=&CustomerID=0&ProductID=1679 

Item #4

12 Warning Signs That Hyperinflation Is Imminent:
By Michael Weiner
1) The Federal Reserve is buying 70 percent of U.S. Treasuries. In recent months, central bank purchases of U.S. treasuries have declined from 50 percent to 30 percent, while Fed purchases have increased from 10 percent to 70 percent. 

Item #5

Worldview Weekend Radio with Brannon Howse
Christian authors, speakers, and pastors have appeared on DVD that teaches the law of attraction. How can the people appearing on the DVD, “The Source of the Secret”, say you need to look behind the source of the false teaching to Jesus Christ or to God? What Jesus or God are they talking about? It is certainly not the Jesus or God of the Bible. The message that came across to those of us that watched the DVD and read the transcript is that the new age book and DVD the “Secret” was a positive thing but that people need to meet the “God” behind the law of attraction that was presented in the new age book and DVD. How can these people be saying that The Secret is a good thing when it is clearly false teaching as Kerby Anderson revealed in his excellent article on our website in July of 2007 titled, "The False Teaching of The Secret"? How can the people appearing on the DVD, The Source of the Secret, say you need to look behind the source of the false teaching to Jesus Christ or to God? God is not the source of false teaching. What Jesus or God are they talking about? It is certainly not the Jesus or God of the Bible. Does this not reveal just how far the church and its leaders in America have sunk? 

Item #6

Designer gods
By Randy White
Who says idol worship is no longer in vogue? The religious world is overflowing with false gods receiving false worship under false pretenses. And I'm talking about Christianity, not Hinduism, animism, Islam, or paganism.

Item #7

Agenda 21 In One Easy Lesson
By Tom DeWeese
Awareness of Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development is racing across the nation as citizens in community after community are learning what their city planners are actually up to. As awareness grows, I am receiving more and more calls for tools to help activists fight back. Many complain that elected officials just won't read detailed reports or watch long videos. "Can you give us something that is quick, and easy to read that we can hand out," I'm asked. 

Item #8

Is Masonry A Cult?
By John Ankerberg
Theologically, Masonry may be classified as a cult from the perspective of biblical revelation. If we define a cult as a religious group which claims compatibility with Christian faith but deviates seriously from orthodox Christianity in doctrine and practice, Masonry qualifies. In addition, there are certain historic associations, levels of initiation and levels of interpretation of Masonry that reveal a more broad-based cultic nature. 

Item #9

The "Jesus" of the Cults
By Ron Carlson and Jason Carlson
In Matthew chapter 24, Jesus' disciples came to him and asked, "Tell us, when will this happen, and what will be the sign of your coming and of the end of the age?" In responding to this question, it's very interesting what Jesus identified as the foremost sign of his second coming and of the end of the age, "Watch out that no one deceives you. For many will come in my name, claiming, 'I am the Christ,' and will deceive many."

Item #10

Is Your Church New Age, Emergent, or Christian?
By Eric Barger
For decades authentic Bible-believers have watched - and battled - the slow advancement of paganism inside the Church. This phenomenon is surely becoming much more pronounced today. Right under our noses, there is now a bold blending of holy faith with demonic influence. This synthesis of two opposing worldviews is nothing short of a satanic strategy meant to blur and twist the distinctions which separate real Christianity and New Age beliefs and activities. Though I have chronicled this on numerous occasions, the fact cannot be overstated that just as the so-called mainline denominations abandoned the Bible to follow the siren song of liberal inclusiveness a century or more ago, modern Evangelicals are now blissfully embracing paganism in what appears to be an astounding race towards judgment before an unchanging, immovable God. Yes, I said "Evangelicals" are becoming paganized.

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