Just when you think that the duplicity, posturing, and pretense at the 61st General Conference Session couldn’t have gotten any worse, it does. A private interfaith lunch took place during the 61st General Conference Session that was not announced, broadcast, live streamed, or made public until after the session had ended and everyone had left. Was this just a coincidence or was it done for good reasons?
This luncheon was held on June 9, 2022, according to Adventist News Network. However, the information about this event was not released until June 16, 2022, long after the General Conference Session had concluded. Notice what was reported in the article titled “Refusing to Be Silent in the Face of Evil.” Coincidentally, the church was silent about this ecumenical lunch while the sessions were being held:
“On Thursday afternoon, at the 61st GC Session in St. Louis, Missouri, PARL hosted a luncheon to strengthen relationships between PARL directors and engage with public officials and key religious leaders.”
The purpose of this luncheon was to “strengthen relationships with key religious leaders.” Who were these “key religious leaders”? These men were agents of Rome who are fervently advocating for the unification of the churches. These were the ambassadors from Babylon that were being hosted during a special lunch during the General Conference Sessions. Adventist News Network continued reporting:
“Special guests who were present and acknowledged at the luncheon, representing some of the meaningful connections PARL has made with influential representatives across the globe were the Secretary of the Global Christian Forum Dr. Casely Essamuah, Salvation Army Representative Colonel Kenneth Johnson, Baptist World Alliance Representative Rev. Everton Jackson.”
Dr. Casely Essamuach, the Secretary of the Global Christian Forum, is an agent of Rome that is committed to working towards “global Christian unity.” His main emphasis is “focused on fostering Christian unity and encouraging churches to move beyond their doctrinal differences.” Dr. Casely Essamuach, who also serves as a special guest at the Vatican, is the same actor who took part in the ecumenical lunch that the 61st General Conference Session hosted.
Kenneth Johnson was the next person named who attended the ecumenical lunch. Colonel Kenneth Johnson is the National Chief Secretary of The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army is committed to “worship, work, and witness together” with other faiths and has engaged both Seventh-day Adventists and Roman Catholics in ecumenical dialogue.
Everton Jackson also attended the special ecumenical lunch with Ted Wilson and Ganoune Diop in St. Louis. He is the Director of Integral Mission for the Baptist World Alliance. In fact, Everton Jackson met with representatives of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, a Vatican-led organization, just six months ago in order to “find ways to work together across their divisions to offer a common witness to their Lord Jesus Christ.”
These were the agents of Rome who were invited as “special guests” to the 61st General Conference Sessions in an effort to “strengthen relations” with them. Ted Wilson was at this exclusive luncheon. The General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists brought religious leaders from other churches who are pushing the Christian world towards Rome, and Ted Wilson had lunch with these individuals.
This happened on Thursday. Then on Saturday, Ted Wilson gave a sermon on the perils of ecumenism. What? Is he for real? Are you kidding me? Ted Wilson ought to have saved his sermon and delivered that message while having lunch with the Babylonian ambassadors on Thursday. He didn’t, though. Instead, he emphasized to the global delegates and members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in his sermon on Saturday the importance of rejecting ecumenism.
Inviting and joining the ecumenical family on Thursday, as well as providing them with a special lunch, and then preaching against ecumenism on Saturday was completely insincere and dishonest. His words on Saturday were a charade. It was a con, and the conservative members of the church fell for the bait, hook, line, and sinker, because it was all for show and to appease them.
We have reached the point in Adventism where we are feeding the ever-growing ecumenical family lunch during a General Conference World Session. While the ambassadors from Babylon abound in our events, while the Vatican flag is being flown by the session’s organizers, make no mistake about it: our precious faith is being theologically adjusted to accommodate these agents of Rome accordingly.
“O My people! Those who lead you cause you to err, And destroy the way of your paths.” Isaiah 3:12.
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