Did Pope Francis Really Just Take a Big Step Toward One World Religion?

Jennifer LeClaire


Pope Francis prepares to celebrate mass in Africa. (Reuters)

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Over the summer, I penned a column about why so many people think Pope Francis is the Antichrist. It caused quite a stir.
If you type “is Pope Francis antichrist” into Google, you’ll get about 425,000 results in .37 seconds. As it turns out, if you type “Pope Francis one world religion” into Google, you’ll get 10.8 million results in .62 seconds.
So why do so many people think—or at least ponder—that the Latin American pontiff is ushering in a one world religion or New World Order? There are many reasons, some of which I listed in my last article, not the least of which is his apparent call for a New World Order on more than one occasion.
Now, a Reuters report is adding more fuel to that fire. Taking his message of peace to the Central Africa Republic, Pope Francis declared what some end-time watchers are calling a step toward a “one world religion.

Christians and Muslims are brothers and sisters. Those who claim to believe in God must also be men and women of peace,Reuters reports the pontiff as saying.
Francis then appealed for “an end to every act which, from whatever side, disfigures the face of God and whose ultimate aim is to defend particular interests by any and all means. … Together, we must say no to hatred, to revenge and to violence, particularly that violence which is perpetrated in the name of a religion or of God Himself.

Pope Francis Met Televangelists Kenneth Copeland and James Robison (Video)


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