Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Robert Muller's Totalitarian Utopia: Part 2

In his monograph “Framework for Preparation for the Year 2000,” former UN Assistant Secretary-General Robert Muller outlined his “vision” for the “State of the World on Earth Day 2013.” In addition to the points that were made in the three previous Herescope postings on this topic, Muller added:

*"Political office is now considered a saintly, sacred office, endowed with the highest responsibilities toward humanity, the earth, and the success of the cosmic evolution and experiment unfolding on this planet.”

*"Combining their views on the essential needs of life, the world’s religions are advocating simpler, more frugal lives in order not to unduly tax God’s creation. St. Francis has been declared patron saint of the United Nations.

*"Vast numbers of people are turning once more to their religious shepherds for psychological, psychiatric, and social advice.

*"Inter-religious dialogue, consultation, cooperation, concertation, and synergy are taking place from local levels to the world level all around the world, in a flourishing of spiritual gatherings and institutions.

*"All professions, human entities, and associations, have adopted codes of ethics and have acquired the practice of asking themselves whether their activities contribute to peace, to non-violence, to a better world, and fulfillment and responsibility of human life world-wide, thus contributing to the spiritual progress of the human race.” (p. 28-29) [emphases added]

The parallels between Muller’s “visions” and many ideas popular in modern evangelicaldom are disturbing. This is because many of the neo-evangelical doctrines now teach an evolutionary form of Christianity in which the "bride" of Christ is perfecting herself on earth before Christ can come back. Believers are being told that their efforts and their works will fulfill the Great Commission, which in turn will usher in the Kingdom Age and the return of Jesus Christ.

But the Luciferians have similar doctrines, and they are working on the same concepts to usher in the reign of their "christ" -- an Anti-Christ. In his book The New Genesis: Shaping a Global Spirituality, Robert Muller published a chapter on “The Reappearance of Christ.” He did not mean Jesus Christ, but rather he refered to “The Christ,” meaning a false messiah that Theosophists have been preparing the Earth for in their Plan. Muller envisioned,

“I would also like to see published someday a Bible which would show how the United Nations is a modern biblical institution, bent on implementing world-wide the wise precepts and divine commandments of the Bible. I would like to see the same thing done for all great religious or sacred books, such as the Koran, the Grant Sahib, etc.” (p. 127)

Why is it that the neo-evangelical leaders have adopted precisely the same vocabulary -- using words that are laden with deep meaning in New Age Luciferian spirituality -- to describe their kingdom building activities and doctrines? [See chart "New Age Terms in the Church" for a more detailed description at http://www.crossroad.to/glossary/church/na_terms.htm]

Whose Kingdom? Which Bible? Which Christ?

Today many sincere and zealous Christians are building a spiritual kingdom on Earth, which they are calling “Christ’s Kingdom.” Many new doctrines developed in the past half century claim that spiritually and physically building this “kingdom” on Earth is a necessary part of evangelism. The history of these doctrines and their originators, including a solid refutation, can be found in Vengeance Is Ours: The Church In Dominion by Al Dager (Sword Publishers, 1990). [To order this book visit the catalog of resources, and scroll down to the end, at http://www.discernment-ministries.org/Catalog.htm]

To learn more details about the ominous parallels between the spiritual "peace" plan of the Theosophists and that of the neo-evangelicals, read Warren Smith's book Reinventing Jesus Christ: The New Gospel (available at the same website catalog listed above).

The Truth:

Christian leaders have adopted a number of worldly philosophies which can be summed up in the maxim that "the end justifies the means." But the works of the Lord are founded upon truth. Neo-evangelicalism is relying upon human machinations, manipulations, deceptions, social engineering and marketing contrivances for their kingdom building. But, in sharp contrast, God's Word tells us the true nature of His works:

1 Praise ye the LORD. I will praise the LORD with my whole heart, in the assembly of the upright, and in the congregation.
2 The works of the LORD are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein.
3 His work is honourable and glorious: and his righteousness endureth for ever.
4 He hath made his wonderful works to be remembered: the LORD is gracious and full of compassion.
5 He hath given meat unto them that fear him: he will ever be mindful of his covenant.
6 He hath showed his people the power of his works, that he may give them the heritage of the heathen.
7 The works of his hands are verity and judgment; all his commandments are sure.
8 They stand fast for ever and ever, and are done in truth and uprightness.
9 He sent redemption unto his people: he hath commanded his covenant for ever: holy and reverend is his name.
10 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: a good understanding have all they that do his commandments: his praise endureth for ever. (Psalm 111)

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