by Back to Jerusalem

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.

by Jack Ashcraft
September 30, 2021

The one-world religion, for all its emphasis on inclusivity, will not tolerate biblical Christianity. In fact, it will seek our destruction. The martyrdom of Christians who refuse to worship the image of the Beast will be seen as a good thing for humanity.

by Joy!News
February 26,2019

A historic interfaith covenant was signed in the Middle East and the mainstream media in the United States has been almost entirely silent about it. Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb, the most important imam in Sunni Islam, arrived at the signing ceremony in Abu Dhabi with Pope Francis 'hand in hand in a symbol of interfaith brotherhood.

by Howard Green
June 30, 2020

False unity is many churches being preoccupied with social justice, instead of pointing people to the One who will bring eternal justice. False unity is groveling to earn the world’s approval in order to earn the right to share the gospel. This isn’t the kind of fellowship and unity the Bible commands, rather it’s an ecumenical movement leading toward apostasy.


Paul embraced trials and never ever watered down or minimized the gospel for the sake of relationships. He never put peace, friendships, comfort and worldly acceptance over the eternal truths of the gospel.

* Please note that all references to Jews refer to those who have not converted to Christianity.


Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? And what communion hath light with darkness? - 2 Corintians 6:14

*Please note that all references to Jews refer to those who have not converted to Christianity

by Ann Marie
January 11, 2016

Ecumenism seems plausible because Catholics use words in a way that outsiders don’t understand. Because Protestants don’t understand what Catholics really mean, they think they have a lot of things in common, when in reality, they don’t.

by Michael Houdmann

There is a major emphasis in our day on ecumenical unity among evangelicals and Roman Catholics. Those who promote such unity state that both groups are Christian and both are God-honoring systems of faith. But there are substantial differences between the two groups.

by Lydia Tomkiw
February 12, 2016

After a historic meeting in Havana, Roman Catholic Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill signed a joint declaration on religious unity. The leaders of the Roman Catholic Church and the Russian Orthodox Church had not spoken since 1054 when the Great Schism divided the eastern and western Christian churches.

by Jannie Viljoen

The attainment of the ‘Coming Great Church,’ proclaiming one Gospel to the whole world … implies the surrender of distinctive evangelical truth.  The one Gospel to be preached certainly will not be the Gospel of salvation through the exclusive merits of Christ. Already we can see the beginning stages of what the Bible prophesies. An incredible worldwide delusion is gathering momentum.