The Bible warns us that globalism is inevitable and that one day the world will be united in purpose. But that purpose is to defy God and worship Satan through his puppet, Anti-Christ. This march toward globalism comes in many colors including politics, environmental issues, population control, and centralized governmental authority. It is being propagated regularly through academia and national media.
Christians are called to be unique and set apart from this world, but even increasingly in many churches we see a progressive worldview rearing its ugly head as some churches are so enamored with being seen as loving and tolerant by the world that even the precepts of God are set aside. The mantra of American Christianity seems to be how we can better fit into the world instead of being light to a dark world.
Today we look at the subtle and not so subtle ways globalist thinking is affecting everything from politics to national security, to how we conduct “church” these days. Gary Kah of Hope For the World has researched and written about the coming one world government and religion for more than 25 years. His early books were a clarion warning to the creeping globalism we now see being openly promoted in almost every institution in our world, including a growing number of Christian Churches.
President Trump and PM Benjamin Netanyahu are both devout nationalists trying to defend the sovereignty of their respective nations; and internationalist forces are at work in both countries trying to oust them from power. The United States and Israel have historically been the most fiercely independent nations on the planet. ...The new world order crowd hates Trump with a passion because he has set out not only to oppose, but to undo, their global government plans and has had a measure of success in doing so. Trump has become a much more formidable adversary than they ever imagined.