One World Religion Headquarters Set to Open in 2022

One World Religion Headquarters Set to Open in 2022

A One World Religion Headquarters is set to open in 2022. The headquarters will be called The Abrahamic Family House and is being built on an island in the middle eastern city of Abu Dhabi.

The headquarters is being done in collaboration with Pope Francis and Sunni Muslim leader, Sheikh Ahmen al-Tayeb, after they both signed a global peace covenant called the Document of Human Fraternity for World Peace.

The stated purpose of the Abrahamic Family House is to bring understanding and tolerance among the faiths, but there are a couple of notable challenges. First, Abu Dhabi is a part of the UAE where it is illegal for Christians to proselytize and conversion from Islam is prohibited. The Pope represents Roman Catholicism where Christians are free to convert to Islam, but citizens of Abu Dhabi are not free to choose Christ.

Perhaps, like the Abrahamic Family House that promises tolerance and understanding, the UAE constitution also guarantees freedom of religion “in accordance with established customs,” but the devil is in the details. Though certain practices (like conversion from Islam) are directly prohibited, penal code for the UAE defers to Sharia Law, which strictly prohibits apostasy.

The One World Religion Headquarters will have three buildings; one building each representing the mosque, church, and synagogue. However, the church is not permitted to have a cross on the building as a method of identifying it, as it is illegal to display a Christian cross on a building in the UAE.

Though usually not enforced, teaching that Jesus is the only God is considered to be an act of insulting Allah or the Prophet Muhammad and offenders can be subject to imprisonment for five or more years, fined from 250,000 dirhams ($68,100) to two million dirhams ($545,000), and Christians may be deported.

To add to the confusion of bringing understanding and tolerance, Sunni Muslim leader, Sheikh Ahmen al-Tayeb, who is widely touted as a ‘moderate’ Muslim, strongly believes that Muslims who convert from Islam to any other religion (including Christianity) should be killed.

So, if the idea of the One World Religion Headquarters is to bring tolerance and understanding, then why build it in a Muslim country where conversion is illegal and why do it together with a Muslim cleric who teaches that Muslim apostates should be killed? Isn’t that the opposite of tolerance and understanding?

Connected to this construction project will be an interfaith council to oversee projects which aim to advance tolerance, but perhaps the tolerance will be only one directional.

In December 2020, the United Nations passed an anti-blasphemy law that most Christians are not aware of. The loosely translated law, as embraced by the UAE, prohibits any teachings against Islam, including Biblical teachings which could be considered offensive.

Most Christians understand the term “One world religion” to refer to the merging of all religions, including Christianity, into a single global religion. Many Christians believe that a “One world religion” is directly linked to the last days when the Antichrist will establish a one world religion which will be associated with a one world government and lead to the mark of the beast.


Reference: backtojerusalem.com


 

5 Responses

  1. Revelation 13 is close to starting soon with the progress of the One World Religion (Chrislam) headquarters in Abu Dhabi. A 42 month time of trouble will affect the entire world, both spiritually and
    financially. There will be lots of deception and persecution. People need to know their Bibles well in
    order to not be deceived, and to help with evangelism involving the 3 angels’ messages of Revelation
    14. The mark of the beast will be forced upon everyone. Whoever accepts it will be subject to both
    the plagues and eventually the lake of fire. Christians must be faithful, even to death. So start your
    preparation now and ask God to help you. All the best and God bless you.

    1. Luckily current Christians will be snatched away in the Rapture. But for those who are saved during the tribulation, yes, it will be very difficult.

      1. Hi Tim

        We do not believe that the Bible teaches that the church will be raptured to escape, we believe the church is the saints that is mentioned in Revelation and will go through the tribulation. This debate has never been won but created a lot of division. There is a good video link on the main page and some good articles on our site stating why we believe the secrete rapture is probably the biggest deception that sneaked in to the Church in the late 1800 through John Nelson Darby, CI Scofield, Clarence Larkin and Dispensationalism. But as I said this debate is seldom won. I think many Christens will fall away from the truth in the tribulation because they are not prepared to go through it.

  2. Yes, many will depart from the faith “1 Tim 4:1”, and One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism…

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