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Steve Van Nattan

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THE WHORE CHURCH
AND ECUMENISM


 

The blood of the saints and martyrs was shed at the hands of Mother Whore--
The Roman Catholic Church.  
Many have joined her in this last hour of the Age of the Church.  

There may be some overlap between this page
and "BABYLON"  in the Prophecy section.
 

"Never drop your gun to hug a grizzly bear."

 

ARTICLES:

BLASPHEMOUS CHARISMATIC VISION
OF THE RAPTURE OF THE LORD'S CHURCH

This dream appears to be given to many Charismatics by devils.  Many are claiming this is their personal dream.  There is virtually NO resemblance of the biblical teaching of the Rapture of the Church in this demonic vision.  This person is possessed of devils, and they seem to have gotten them from reading Steve Hill's book.

AD 2000 UNITED PRAYER TRACK--
Walking into the Arms of Papa Roma

REPORT FROM THE NETHERLANDS   
By Willem Oving

REPORT FROM AUSTRALIA
Reports on the General World Scene of
Religious and Ecumanical Plotting

THE SECOND RELIGION AND
CULTURAL DIVERSITY CONFERENCE,

MELBOURNE.  The reports are now complete

AHO NEWS Articles

 

ENDORSERS OF "THE CRY FOR RENEWAL"

Here is about the best assortment I have found of neo-Revivalism--  Satan's "Renewal" Church.  
This group shows how the Whore will be much greater than the Roman Catholic
Church alone.  This "Renewal" is 100% damnation!!!!

(as of May 25, 1995)

 

JOHN HURST ADAMS, senior bishop, African Methodist Episcopal Church

LOUISE AKERS, SC, Leadership Conference of Women Religious

MYRON AUGSBURGER, president emeritus, Christian College Coalition

NATHAN O. BAXTER, Dean, Washington National Cathedral

DAVID BECKMAN, president, Bread for the World

SCOTT W. BOLINDER, Zondervan Publishing House

MANFRED BRAUCH, president, Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary

VERY REV. GERALD L. BROWN SS, president, Catholic Conference of Major Superiors of Men's Institutes

RT. REV. EDMOND L. BROWNING, presiding bishop, Episcopal Church

CALVIN O. BUTTS III, Abyssinian Baptist Church

MARGARET CAFFERTY PBVM, executive or, Leadership Conference of Women Religious

JOAN BROWN CAMPBELL, general secretary, National Council of Churches

TONY CAMPOLO, evangelical author and preacher  [ Believes Jesus brings out the female in men ]

DANIEL R. CHAMBERLAIN, president, Houghton College

JOAN CHITTISTER, past president, Leadership Conference of Women Religious

HARVIE CONN, Westminster Theological Seminary

GORDON COSBY, Church of the Saviour

JAMES H. COSTEN, Interdenominational Theological Center

CAROL CROSSED, Seamless Garment Network

Our mission...

We are committed to the protection of life, which is threatened in today's world by war and the arms race, abortion, poverty, racism, capital punishment, and euthanasia. We believe that these issues are linked under a "consistent life ethic." We challenge those working on all or some of these issues to maintain a cooperative spirit of peace, reconciliation, and respect in protecting the unprotected.

ELLSWORTH CULVER, Mercy Corps International

LYN CRYDERMAN, Zondervan Publishing House

YVONNE DELK, Community Renewal Society [ Affiliated with Points of Light Foundation ]

"How can I describe this movement without using that much overused African proverb?" says John W. Gardner, former member of the Johnson cabinet and founder of the citizen lobby group Common Cause. Last year, as chairman of the National Civic League, Gardner launched The Alliance for National Renewal, a coalition of 127 non-profit organizations determined to renew a sense of community in the nation. (The proverb to which he refers is "It takes a village to raise a child.") "Everywhere I go I hear people talking about rebuilding community. And their instincts are right. A sound family is a tremendous advantage to a child, but it's not enough. The parent has to know that when a child walks out the door, there are others who care and will create a safe environment."

Franklin Thomas, president of the Ford Foundation in New York, quoted in The Dallas Morning News, describes the community renewal movement as "the equivalent of a nonviolent revolution, and it's not very well-known." Next to come on board were 21 colleges and universities in the Atlanta area, who became partners with the local clusters. When Colin Powell, then chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, heard about the Atlanta Project, he asked Gen. Edwin Burba, then general of the Armed Forces Command, to get involved. "Gen. Burba called me and asked what we needed. I said, 'What have you got?' He said, 'The nation's military forces.' I said, 'We only need a division or two.'" Out of that partnership came "Future Force," a program which used African American officers in a mentoring programs.

Edgar Cahn, a law professor in Washington D.C., believes a new kind of currency is necessary if we're to rebuild the extended family and the neighborhood. Cahn has created a concept he calls a "time dollar" bank. It works like a blood bank; you make deposits and someday, when you need it, you make a withdrawal. An hour of volunteer service earns you one time dollar. You can use these earned time dollars to buy services from other members of the program. Or, as with ordinary currency, you can give it away. With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the idea has caught on. Today there are at least 200 time dollar programs in some 38 states, with 50,000 members. "Most of these programs raise their own money, and support also comes from foundations, state agencies, corporate agencies, and health maintenance organizations."

MARIE DENNIS, Maryknoll Justice and Peace

REV. LESLIE DOWDELL, Community Renewal Society [ See elsewhere ]

JAMES DUNN, Baptist Joint Commission

WILLIAM DYRNESS, Fuller Theological Seminar  [ Now has a "Chair" in Roman Catholic studies. ]

 

 

MARIAN WRIGHT EDELMAN, founder and president,
Children's Defense Fund  [ Home Wreckers No.1 ]

The Children's Defense Fund (CDF) is a private nonprofit organization, providing a strong and effective voice for the children of America, who cannot vote, lobby, or speak for themselves. The CDF goal is to educate the nation about the needs of children, and to encourage preventative investment in children before they become ill, drop out of school, or get into trouble. CDF sponsors the Leave No Child Behind movement, dedicated to seeing that every child has a Healthy Start, a Head Start, a Safe Start, and a Fair Start

On a state-wide scale, Missouri requires that all school districts offer a Parents as Teachers (PAT) program to interested parents. PAT was designed by Dr. Burton White to help families with children ranging in age from infancy to three. The

Missouri program includes:

--Eight personal visits per year with trained "parent educators" who are themselves parents. At least three of these must be in the home of the family served.

--Structured group meetings with the "parent educator" and other parents in the program.

--Screening of children's health, such as vision and hearing, and appropriate intervention.

--Drop-in times at local PAT centers, during which parents can ask questions while their children play.

ZERO TO THREE/National Center for Clinical Infant Programs  [ Children's Defense Fund Affiliate ]

ZERO TO THREE promotes measures to improve the physical and mental development of children from birth to age three through exchange of information, research, training, and public policy development. Among its activities are a graduate fellowship program, training institutes, technical assistance activities, the bulletin

ZERO TO THREE, task forces to facilitate infancy research, reports on research and public policy issues, and a national clearinghouse.

REV. DR. MILTON B. EFTHIMIOU, ecumenical officer, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of N. and S. America

TED ENGSTROM, president emeritus, World Vision

REV. DONALD FAIRLEY, Avalon Park United Church of Christ

DAVID FISHER, pastor, Park Street Church, Boston   [ Agnostic in the extreme ] 

DR. JAMES FORBES, Riverside Church

About Riverside Church-- City of New York

Programs: The church welcomes the participation of members and visitors in all its programs. They include: Bible study and prayer groups, seminars and lectures series for adults; Laity Empowerment, wellness and healing ministries, teams and task forces (housing, AIDS education, peace and disarmament, prison ministry, South Africa); Sunday Church School; youth programs; the Weekday school for preschoolers; food and justice caucus; Maranatha (Riversiders for Gay and Lesbian concerns); English Conversation Program; Pastoral Counseling Center; Black Christian Caucus; Racial Justice Initiative; PS 165 School Project; coalition-building through Harlem Initiatives Together; musical concerts.

The mission of The Racial Justice Initiative of The Riverside Church is to combat racism. The Racial Justice Initiative provides a confidential and non judgmental forum in which Riverside members and friends share their perceptions, prejudices, and fears.  We seek change on the personal and institutional levels by recognizing, understanding, and appreciating racial and cultural diversity.

RICHARD FOSTER, president, Renovare

James B. Smith: Jim Smith is currently serving as the Student Chaplain and Theology Instructor at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas. He is a current student in Fuller's Doctor of Ministry program and is writing his final dissertation in the area of Spirituality. He has also worked closely with Richard Foster and Renovare. His most recent publication is entitled, A Spiritual Formation Workbook: A Renovare Resource for Spiritual Renewal

MILLARD FULLER, president, Habitat for Humanity   [ Can someone tell us if Millard knew Buckminster?  of the geodesic cult? ]

WAYNE C. GORDON, Lawndale Community Church

WES GRANBERG-MICHAELSON, general secretary, Reformed Church in America

BISHOP DR. C. MILTON GRANHUM, New Covenant Church of Philadelpha

FRED GREGORY, president, World Concern

BISHOP THOMAS J. GUMBLETON, Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit

REV. DR. RICHARD HAMM, general minister and president, Christian Church/Disciples of Christ

PETE HAMMOND, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

REV. RAY HAMMOND, Ten-Point Coalition

STEVE HAYNER, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

J. BRYAN HEHIR, Harvard Center for International Affairs

WILL L. HERZFELD, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

ROBERTA HESTENES, president, Eastern College

LUTHER HOLLAND JR., Chicago Metropolitan Association, United Church of Christ

GRETCHEN HULL, Christians for Biblical Equality

TED KEATING, Conference of Major Superiors of Men

REV. ARCHIE LeMONE, Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc.

BISHOP RAYMOND A. LUCKER, Catholic Diocese of New Ulm, Minnesota

REV. TIMOTHY McDONALD, Iconium Baptist Church

BISHOP GEORGE D. McKINNEY, pastor, St. Stephen's Church of God in Christ

LOIS McKINNEY, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School  [ Morgue spiritually ]

GORDON MACDONALD, pastor, Grace Chapel

LUIS MADRIGAL, Hispanic Association of Bilingual Bicultural Ministries

KAREN MAINS and DAVID MAINS, Chapel of the Air Ministries  [  Have come full circle from faith to insanity ]

REV. MICHAEL A. MATA, Urban Leadership Institute, Claremont School of Theology

BISHOP LEROY T. MATTHIESEN, Catholic Diocese of Amarillo, Texas

JOHAN MAURER, Friends United Meeting

KEN MEDEMA, pastor and musician  [ Soft headed Hollander who abandoned the Faith for fame ]

REV. DR. DONALD E. MILLER, Church of the Brethren  [ Traitor ]

CALVIN MORRIS, vice-president, Interdenominational Theological Center

BISHOP P. FRANCIS MURPHY, Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore

REV. DR. REAVES F. NAHWOOKS, Lincoln and Omaha, Indian Community Churches

REV. DR. SUSAN D. NEWMAN, pastor, First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ

DAN O'NEILL, president, Mercy Corp. International

J.I. PACKER, theologian  [  Can anyone take this turn coat seriously anymore? ]

JOHN PERKINS, Christian Community Development Association

REV. GREGORY REISERT OFM Cap., executive director, Catholic Conference of Major Superiors of Men's Institutes

REV. EUGENE RIVERS, Azuza Christian Community

RICHARD ROHR, OFM, author

BISHOP PETER A. ROSAZZA, Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford, Connecticut

BRUCE RYSKAMP, Zondervan Publishing House

REV. DR. PAUL SHERRY, president, United Church of Christ  [ Sodomy is encouraged and welcomed in pastors. ]

RON SIDER, president, Evangelicals for Social Action

TOM SINE, author and lecturer

Sine, an Episcopalian, teaches at Fuller Seminary's campus in Seattle, where he lives, and consults with church leaders in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and other denominations on challenges of the future. In Cease Fire, he takes up the concerns of millions of American Christians who don't count themselves in either camp but want their voices to be heard--not overwhelmed by shouting on the left and the right. They want their votes to count--not get co-opted by candidates who divide people to win office.

J. ALFRED SMITH, Allen Temple Baptist Church

REV. DR. GORDON SOMMERS, Moravian Church in America

HOWARD SNYDER, United Theological Seminary

BISHOP WALTER F. SULLIVAN, Catholic Diocese of Richmond, Virginia

BISHOP MELVIN G. TALBERT, United Methodist Church

SR. CARLOTTA ULLMER, Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross

ELDIN VILLAFANE, professor, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary

JIM WALLIS, Sojourners

We need to be cautious about this alarm. We live in a time of social crisis. Such a time calls for renewed political vision. And vision depends on spiritual and religious values. You need not be a member of a church, synagogue, or mosque to appreciate this dependence. In fact, you need not be religious at all. Most people would probably agree that beneath the social, economic, cultural, and political problems we confront lie critical questions concerning our deepest values, that our crisis is also one of the spirit -- deeper than just the turns and twists of secular politics. And anyone who believes that fundamental issues are at stake in our political choices can understand the need for political renewal.

Such renewal will require the spiritual resources of our best moral and religious traditions. In America, that means rediscovering our Jewish and Christian biblical traditions as well as learning from Native American spiritualities, appreciating the insights of other faith experiences, and remembering the moral imperatives of the political philosophies that shaped the founding of our nation. All have direct contributions to make in recovering our political ethics.

ARCHBISHOP REMBERT G. WEAKLAND, Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee

DAN WEISS, American Baptist Churches USA

REV. DR. JEREMIAH A. WRIGHT, JR., pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ  
[  Leading Blacks to mediocrity ]

Do you feel like your feet are dirty and need washing?
 Be my Guest Please!


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