We come to Sinai in a movement of repentance and quest bring to together leaders from the world’s major religions to put forth a prophetic interreligious call to action with ‘Climate Justice: Ten Universal Commandments.’ Behold, Chrislam!
Chrislam has positioned itself to be the driving religious force of our day, combined leaders from all the world’s religions under the banner of the Vatican, and it is everywhere you look. Chrislam is the basis on which the Abraham Accords were created, brought to life by the same person who sold Pope Francis’ Declaration of Human Fraternity to the Muslim world back in 2019. Now at the UN COP27 climate conference in Sinai, Egypt later this month, Chrislam will again take center stage as interfaith leaders unveil their ‘Climate Justice: Ten Universal Commandments’ and repent of their climate sins to Mother Earth.
“Thus shall ye say unto them, The gods that have not made the heavens and the earth, even they shall perish from the earth, and from under these heavens.” Jeremiah 10:11 (KJB)
At this point, if you can’t see what’s happening, if you can’t see that the actual, literal One World Religion of Chrislam is, in fact, alive and growing in strength and power on a daily basis, I really don’t know what else to tell you. What we are seeing right now is what, back in the 1990’s when I first got saved, we imagined Bible prophecy would look like when it began to be fulfilled. You are not waiting for it in 2022, you are watching it come together before your very eyes. Here’s an good end times ‘recipe’ for you. Take a moist pile of Declaration of Human Fraternity, add to that a generous amount of Abraham Accords, simmer on low for the past three years, and garnish with a bubbly sprig of Benjamin Netanyahu back in power in Israel, and you’ll be done. Got it? Someone say ‘amen’. Elvis has left the building.
In Sinai, a Prophetic Chrislam Call for Climate Justice and Ceremony of Repentance
FROM INTERFAITH CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Between November 6th and 18th, 2022, the UN climate conference COP 27 will take place on the Sinai Peninsula, in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Religious communities and religious leaders have a key role to play in addressing climate change and climate justice, which requires deep transformation within society. The knowledge of what changes are critically needed to diminish long-term harm to the planet is readily available. However, bringing about change in action demands deeper changes in attitude, a change of heart. This has been the domain of religions for millennia. Religions are sources of inspiration for the transformation of heart and the ensuing changes of attitude.
To support, challenge and inspire discussions during COP 27 at Sharm El Sheikh, interfaith climate events will take place in Sinai that will be heart-stirring, transformative and a moment of inspiration for religious communities and for humanity. Religious leaders will call for a reexamination of deep-seated attitudes and for identifying ways to transform these attitudes for the wellbeing of Earth, our common home.
To the end the conference, participants signed the Jerusalem Interfaith Climate Declaration affirming the power of religion to preserve the environment. pic.twitter.com/pyt4jOFSAJ
— Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development ICSD (@InterfaithEco) November 3, 2022
Mount Sinai is a mountain whose memory and meaning loom large as a place of revelation in the collective consciousness of Christianity, Judaism, Islam and others. As an ancient sacred space, it was the site of prophetic experience, and receiving God’s message, for the prophets Moses and Elijah in all three Abrahamic traditions, and the prophet Muhammed in the Muslim tradition. COP 27 taking place in Sinai can remind humanity of our sacred responsibility to care for God’s creation.
As we launch the Sinai Climate Partnership at the summit of Mt. Sinai, the initiative will unveil Climate Justice: Ten Universal Climate Principles, which will shape how religious congregations address climate change and foster a new vision for humanity and its endangered existence.
We come to Sinai in a movement of repentance and quest. We seek a new vision for humanity and its endangered existence, and we seek to receive and amplify a message of life-sustaining living and habits that humanity needs to hear today. In this spirit, the project partners will bring together premier religious leaders from the world’s major religions to put forth a prophetic interreligious call to action: “Climate Justice: Ten Universal Commandments.”
The call’s originality in compiling the finest teachings of all religions in support of climate justice draws inspiration from the great prophetic figures associated with Mount Sinai. Teachings and spiritual ideals will be highlighted, in order to help religious communities and humanity at large open their hearts to change for our collective survival. The event will incorporate concrete examples of how religious communities are actively meeting the climate challenge, and feature concrete initiatives that translate the broader spiritual practices into action.
Goals of the Interfaith Climate Events
- Inspire and unleash the power of religions, religious leaders and faith communities as change agents for climate action and as sources for inspiring and motivating discussions among politicians and civil bodies.
- Motivate action among religious communities and the wider public to curb climate change.
- Invite media to cover religious leaders’ advocacy in combating climate change.
- Promote a coalition of religious leaders to work together for climate action.
- Generate new faith-inspired climate education materials for broad use.
Who: This is an event delivered by world religious leaders. At its core is the work of the Elijah Board of World Religious Leaders, an active community of high-level religious leaders. The project partners also seek to involve celebrities who have a track record of climate advocacy. READ MORE
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