The WCC Assembly is the “highest governing body of the World Council of Churches (WCC), and normally meets every eight years.” More than “4,000 participants, from all over the world,” attended the 11th Assembly of the World Council of Churches. Protestants and Catholics came together for prayer, worship, and to express solidarity in what is considered to be “the most diverse Christian gathering of its size in the world.” World religious leaders gathered in Karlsruhe, Germany, from August 31, 2022, to September 8, 2022, to express their “desire for a new era of Christian unity” in the 21st Century.
On August 29, 2022, Catholic Media Center, the voice of the Roman Catholic Church in Switzerland, reported that Ganoune Diop was both a participant and a member of the planning committee for the 11th Assembly of the World Council of Churches’ international gathering.
The Catholic Media Center reported: “The 11th General Assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC) from August 31 to September 8, 2022, will take place in Karlsruhe under the motto: “The love of Christ moves, reconciles and unites the world” … Dr. Ganoune Diop, director of the Department of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty of the Adventist World Church Government, General Conference, will be present throughout the assembly in Karlsruhe at the invitation of the WCC. In the “Ecumenical Conversations” part of the programme, he is to give three presentations. Diop was also invited to serve on the committee that plans future inter-church talks.”
Ganoune Diop wouldn’t be organizing the worldwide ecumenical movement if he didn’t have enablers who were supporting him. President Ted Wilson and other General Conference executives and vice presidents make this possible by supporting Ganoune Diop in his work for the global ecumenical movement. What are some of the negative and destructive activities that the World Council of Churches’ 11th Assembly supported?
- Promoting Pope Francis’ Message
- Promoting Ecumenical Sunday Eucharistic Mass
- Drafting a Unity Statement that calls for “One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church”
- A Call for Ecocide Laws and a Climate Crimes Tribunal
Any sincere and faithful Seventh-day Adventist should avoid taking part or serving on their organizing committee due to these major conflicts of interest. This is part of the reason why we see so much confusion in Adventism today. We have leaders who openly walk in the opposite direction of those who came before us. Both the Scriptures and the Spirit of Prophecy are clear about the nature of the ecumenical movement that seeks to unite Catholics, Protestants, and Spiritualism in order to exalt Sunday sacredness. However, it appears that some of our church leaders believe their knowledge exceeds that of divine revelation.
We are seeing the final act of the drama unfolding before our eyes. Regrettably, Protestantism is drifting away from the truth it always defended. Various leaders and churches, including ours, are declaring their allegiance to Rome one by one. What about our loyalty to God? What about our commitment to God’s word, as well as to the Three Angels’ Messages? What about our mission to defend the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus in the world? We are certainly in a terrifying situation. Our people are being led down the path to desolation. #sda #adventist #adventista
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