“Inter-faith harmony the key to world peace”

“We have to accept the multiplicity of paths to the divine.”

Karan Singh promotes the One World Religion that will take all its followers to the fire of Hell.

Karan Singh is a former Kashmiri Prince, and former Chief Minister of this Indian statehood.  This is a statement from Singh at the Kosambi festival of ideas in the Indian state of Goa.

These are the three concepts that evolved out of the Vedanta teaching-The world as a family, essential unity of all religions, and the welfare of all beings. “We have to accept the multiplicity of paths to the divine,” he said.

Singh also underlines that scriptures do not include absolute eternal truths.

“Scriptures should help us meet our contemporary conditions,” he said, explaining how the Vedanta is the high watermark of world culture. Distinguishing India’s history to the rest of the world, he said, “In our civilization, everything evolved from dialogue. Therefore, it is open to reinterpretation from age to age.”

Source: The Times of India.

My comment:

The One World Religion is emerging, and India and Hinduism will be included.

That there are many paths to the divine, is a lie. There might be thousands of ways to Jesus. But there is only One way to the divine Father God in Heaven. And that road goes through Jesus. Only. Only by the blood of the Lamb of God, man can get cleansed from their sins. It they reject Jesus, they will perish. All of them.

John 14:6-7.
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.  If you really know me, you will know my Father as well. From now on, you do know him and have seen him.”

Written by Ivar

2 thoughts on ““Inter-faith harmony the key to world peace”

  1. Rome: Clearing the way for the Antichrist

    LETTER OF JOHN PAUL II TO ALL THE HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT OF THE WORLD AND DECALOGUE OF ASSISI FOR PEACE

    http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/letters/2002/documents/hf_jp-ii_let_20020304_capi-stato_en.html

    “I hope that the spirit and commitment of Assisi will lead all people of goodwill to seek truth, justice, freedom and love, so that every human person may enjoy his inalienable rights and every people, peace. For her part, the Catholic Church, who trusts and hopes in “the God of love and peace” (II Cor 13,11), will continue to work for loyal dialogue, reciprocal forgiveness and mutual harmony to clear the way for people in this third millennium” – John Paul II

    “…the spirit… of Assisi will lead all people of goodwill to seek truth, justice, freedom and love, so that every human person may enjoy his inalienable rights and every people, peace”

    “…the Catholic Church, who trusts and hopes in “the God of love and peace” (that is a lie)… will continue to work for loyal dialogue, reciprocal forgiveness and mutual harmony to clear the way (for the “man of sin” – for people in this third millennium”
    ————————–
    1. We COMMIT ourselves to proclaiming our firm conviction that violence and terrorism are incompatible with the AUTHENTIC SPIRIT OF RELIGION, and, as we condemn every recourse to violence and war in the name of God or of religion, we COMMIT ourselves to doing everything possible to eliminate the root causes of terrorism.

    2. We COMMIT ourselves to EDUCATING PEOPLE TO MUTUAL RESPECT and ESTEEM, in order to help BRING ABOUT A PEACEFUL AND FRATERNAL COEXISTENCE between people of different ETHNIC GROUPS, CULTURES AND RELIGIONS.

    3. We COMMIT ourselves to fostering the CULTURE OF DIALOGUE, so that there will be AN INCREASE OF UNDERSTANDING AND MUTUAL TRUST between individuals and among peoples, for THESE ARE THE PREMISE OF AUTHENTIC PEACE.

    4. We COMMIT ourselves to DEFENDING THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE to live a decent life in ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR OWN CULTURAL IDENTITY, (and let me add since we now have SIX, count them 6 ROMAN CATHOLIC SUPREME COURT JUSTICES, that the RIGHTS OF EVERYONE will be recognized in the near future. They will see to it.) and to FORM FREELY A FAMILY OF HIS OWN.

    5. We COMMIT ourselves to frank and patient dialogue, REFUSING TO CONSIDER OUR DIFFERENCES as an insurmountable BARRIER, but recognizing instead that to encounter the DIVERSITY of others can become an opportunity for greater RECIPROCAL UNDERSTANDING.

    6. We COMMIT ourselves to forgiving one another for past and present errors and prejudices, and to supporting one another in a COMMON EFFORT both to overcome selfishness and arrogance, hatred and violence, and to LEARN FROM THE PAST THAT PEACE WITHOUT JUSTICE IS NO TRUE PEACE.

    7. We COMMIT ourselves to taking the side of the poor and the helpless, to speaking out for those who have no voice and to working effectively to CHANGE these situations, out of the conviction that NO ONE CAN BE HAPPY ALONE. (I’d rather be happy alone with the Lord Jesus than to join hands with these apostate men)

    8. We COMMIT ourselves to taking up the cry of those who refuse to be resigned to violence and evil, and we are desire to make every effort possible to offer the men and women of our time REAL HOPE FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE. (There can be no hope, justice or peace without the One who gives it: Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God.)

    9. We COMMIT ourselves to encouraging all efforts to PROMOTE FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN PEOPLES, for we are convinced that, IN THE ABSENCE OF SOLIDARITY AND UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN PEOPLES, technological progress exposes the world to a growing risk of destruction and death.

    10. We COMMIT ourselves to urging LEADERS OF NATIONS TO MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO CREATE AND CONSOLIDATE, on the NATIONAL and INTERNATIONAL LEVELS, A WORLD OF SOLIDARITY AND PEACE BASED ON JUSTICE.

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