On November 13, 2022, in Sharm-el-Sheikh, which some believe to be the location of Mount Sinai, something unimaginable but prophetic occurred. A new religion was proclaimed from Mount Sinai as part of the COP27 climate conference in Egypt, as representatives from all the world’s faith communities came together to work toward a single, universal goal.
There must be a common concern that unites us all. There must be one issue that the world religions must focus on above all others. There must be a single universal creed that the entire religious spectrum can fervently affirm. Yes, there is a new religion that has emerged, and it is based on the hysteria surrounding climate change.
What comes next sounds unbelievable. But it is true! As part of this year’s climate conference, COP27, a prophetic call for climate justice has been issued, a new religious creed has been established, a new set of 10 Commandments has been declared, and a new “climate change” religion has officially been born.
The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development and the World Council of Churches are international religious organizations that are currently mobilizing the churches to take action. They are creating a world-wide mission that supersedes all other missions. They are calling on churches to unite with political groups and governments to push for a universal eco-religion. COP27 is tapping into the power that the churches wield.
The new “climate change” religion is seeking to connect religion and ecology. What makes this so enormously dangerous is that millions of Christians are being turned away from the gospel of Jesus Christ. Many believers have abandoned God’s truth completely. Their new fight is not against sin but against fossil fuels. They have also embraced the new morality of “ecocide.”
The new eco-preachers are teaching their congregations that climate change is the new gospel truth. Ecology has taken the place .