The Episcopalian Church is officially part of the One-World-Religion. A foreshadowing of the Union of the large power religions of Christendom was seen in 1922, when the Greek Orthodox Church—specifically the Eastern Orthodox's Holy Synod of Constantinople accepted the Anglican religious orders.
The Archbishop of Canterbury committed the Church of England to the pact that the "Global Forum of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders on Human Survival" decreed. That pact resulted in a five-day Global Forum where religious leaders of all persuasions (except Bible-believing Christians) were present. Also participating were the Archbishop of Canterbury, the normal host of Mason religious and spiritual leaders, U.S. Senators, Soviet Government officials, the U.N. Secretary General, the Dalai Lama (considered a god), and a host of other types like monks, Moslem inmans, and rabbis. They declared that their committment to a Unified Religion (which is supposedly necessary "for global survival") is in their words "commitments that are irrevocable." In Jan. 15-19, 1990, they held another Global Forum in Moscow, U.S.S.R. That Global Forum called for a "new planetary perspective" involving a "new spiritual and ethical basis for human activities on earth."22
Yes, they are proposing a NEW ethical basis for us, to replace that "old time religion" so many Christians have sung about. Theirs is the revitalized Christianity also known as the Masonic religion that New Age leaders such as Bailey and Benjamin Creme say will be the One-World-Religion. It is the religion of Masonry which is described by Albert Pike:
"Masonry around whose altars the Christian, the Hebrew, the Moslem, the Brahman, the followers of Confucius and Zoroaster, can assemble as brethren and unite in prayer to the one God..."23
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