Catholics, Muslims, and people of all faiths must work together to promote unity, respect, and an “awareness of the great divine grace that makes all human beings brothers and
sisters,” the Pope declared in a recent joint statement he signed with Ahmed el-Tayeb, Grand Imam of al-Azhar, during an interfaith meeting in Abu Dhabi.
The pope, who is also anti-Christ, says that pluralism is the divine will of God — just like race, sex, and language.
Freedom is a right of every person: each individual enjoys the freedom of belief, thought, expression and action. The pluralism and the diversity of religions, colour, sex, race and language are willed by God in His wisdom, through which He created human beings. This divine wisdom is the source from which the right to freedom of belief and the freedom to be different derives. Therefore, the fact that people are forced to adhere to a certain religion or culture must be rejected, as too the imposition of a cultural way of life that others do not accept;
God, of course, is not a pluralist — God, being the creator of all things has the inherent right to reveal who He is and to make known how He desires to be worshiped. And he has done this through His son Jesus Christ, who has declared, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” (John 14:6)
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It is the pope’s desire — not God’s — to see all faiths unified under the authority of the Vatican. Of course, the Catholic Church is open to all religions partaking in communion with them, so long as it isn’t Protestant, biblical Christianity. The Roman Catholic Church has anathematized biblical Christianity, stating that anyone who holds to the “solas” of the Reformation is apostate.
If anyone says that the sinner is justified by faith alone, meaning that nothing else is required to cooperate in order to obtain the grace ofCouncil of Trent, Canon 9
justification,and that it is not in any way necessary that he be prepared and disposedby the action of his own will, let him be anathema.
Biblical Christianity, of course, rejects the doctrines of the Catholic Church and declares the exclusivity of Christ. It is Christ alone that saves, “and there is salvation in no one else (Acts 4:12),” and that “by grace you have been saved through faith … not of works (Ephesians 2:8-9).”