Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Masonic Change Agents Guiding the Evangelical Climate Initiative

The logo incorporates occult symbolism of the sun rising, which depicts the Dawn of Aquarius (New World Order).

There has been a massive rallying call for the Church to participate in saving the planet. The Church has been infiltrated by change agents who push climate initiatives that will further limit the natural resources we use. These groups are calling for all Christians to urge politicians to pass federal legislation that would reduce carbon dioxide emissions in an effort to stem global warming.

Although a small amount of noted scientists have openly disputed the credibility of the science on global warming, the agenda continues. We have even been warned by lawmakers that global warming is a fraud, and being used to further political and tax initiatives. Meanwhile, undiscerning Christians believe the propaganda, and little can be done to slow the pace down.

This is actually a larger Church movement than first believed. Some organizers have lobbied, held Creation Care training at churches and colleges, and aired television and radio advertisements that link drought, starvation, and hurricanes to global warming. They've drawn a grim picture of the future, all based on the false science and lies from globalists desiring one world everything.

Their plan has worked quite successfully, and they have the cooperation of the young and old. Taped in 2006, thirty leaders from Christian colleges met in Washington D.C., to present the Evangelical Youth Climate Initiative to their faith and elected leaders, demanding swift action on climate change. These deceived, yet very sincere, believers are helping to further the globalists agenda. As you watch the video, note the esoteric downward pointing dove on the flag behind the group.

(YouTube link) 

An Example of a Change Agent
There are a host of pastors who signed a statement called Climate Change: An Evangelical Call to Action. The signatories believe that human-induced climate change will have severe consequences and impact the poor the hardest, and that it is therefore a moral obligation to work to mitigate climate impacts and support communities in adapting to change. [1] Some of the leaders who signed the statement include: Rick Warren, the leaders of the Salvation Army, World Vision, the president of Wheaton College, Leith Anderson (NAE), Rob Bell, Dr. Joel Hunter, Bill Hybels, Nancy Sleeth, Jim Wallis, and many others. Each are known to be part of the conspiracy that will lead the Church into a one world religion. 

One of the Leaders

One pastor who has made a significant difference advancing Creation Care is Dr. Joel C. Hunter, senior pastor of Northland, A Church Distributed in Central Florida. Not only is he the spiritual adviser to President Obama, but he was selected as one of 15 Green Religious Leaders of the world. Some of the other notables were the Dalai Lama, Archbishop Rowan Williams, and Pope Benedict. Dr. Hunter also served as the president of the Christian Coalition, which is believed to have been a Knights of Malta project.

Northland's logo is very similar to that of Compass International and the CIA. The compass rose happens to be a Masonic symbol. There is a connection between the Freemason's compass and square, the Compass Rose, the Rose Cross, the Skull and Bones society, and Golgotha - the place of the skull. The Hebrew word for “head” is “rosh” and the symbolism is linked as an esoteric way to navigate to the place of the skull.[2

Masonic compass rose in Ocean City, NJ.

Dr. Joel Hunter's church logo

 Compass International is a ministry tied to Chuck Missler and the Christian Industrial Complex.

Dr. Joel Hunter is a leading force in the Evangelical Climate Initiatives, and he also involved with Third Way Communitarianism.

The Third Way is a think tank for polarizing religious issues. They try to find common ground so that  policy advocates "represent the political center." It works to develop and advance Progressive policy ideas. Dr. Hunter was speaking at their press conference, which is typically attended by the Third Way political party.

  The Third Way uses a version of a compass rose.

The Third Way is another name for Communitarianism. Communitarian Elites believe that the rights of the individual must be balanced against the interests of society as a whole, which is detrimental to individual liberty. Communitarianism embodies a vision of a social order that encourages communal bonds.

The Church is full of trusting souls. We never suspect that we'll be intentionally deceived by people who say they love us. Once we are told that something is Biblical, many will believe it's God's will and do it with all of our hearts.

The environmental movement embraces the philosophies of the New Age movement - it joins in that part of the conspiracy to control the American people, to derail and dis-empower traditional Christianity, and to deceive the world into adopting anti-Christian views. Environmentalism is part of nature worship, that will drive to meld Earth worship with Christianity in the name of tolerance, biodiversity, sustainability, and the preservation of Mother Earth.  It is a battle for Christianity and an attack on biblical truth.[3] We've been snookered and the majority of those participating don't even realize it.

"For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple." Romans 16:18

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