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Pope Francis Befriends Muslims

Updated on April 29, 2020

Pope Francis connecting religions on Face-book

Pope Francis thinks in a modern way, he sees the need to end religious isolation, so, he goes out and tries to connect to other religions, we hope and pray that his move works out in a positive way. .
Pope Francis thinks in a modern way, he sees the need to end religious isolation, so, he goes out and tries to connect to other religions, we hope and pray that his move works out in a positive way. .

Why Pope Francis Befriends Muslims

Welcome to our article (124) Pope Francis Befriends Muslims.

In these times of unrest, Pope Francis tries to do what is best, he goes out of his way to befriend the Muslims, this pope is like Jesus he wants to persuade people through love. But will this gesture of goodwill be appreciated from the Muslims, we hope they do, but we don’t know; there are too many differences between Christianity and the Muslim religion.

Even when we believe that they believe in the same God, but this God is called with a different name: the Christians call their God “Yahweh” while the Muslims call their God “Allah”. They are talking about the same God, because in the Koran God speak and says that he is the God of Abraham, and the God that helped the Israelites cross the Red Sea. But even if these two religions believe in the same God; is this going to be enough to persuade the Muslims to merge with Christianity? Because this is what pope Francis wants to happen.

Anyhow, I am writing this article today, after I have found this other article about pope Francis on the internet. So, I am going to use part of what I have found in between my own views about what I believe could happen. I believe that pope Francis is a risk taker, because what he is trying to do is risky. Now let me quote what I have found on the Internet.

Quote 1

Pope Francis recently signed a pact with Muslims in a possible push toward a one-world religion and declared that diversity of religions is God’s will. But wait. Doesn’t the Bible warn Christians about unifying with those who worship other gods and have contradictory beliefs? (End of quote)

Then this guy goes on telling us this;

Quote 2

God sent His Son to save sinners, but Allah had no son. Isn’t this a problem with anyone else? There are many glaring, stark contrasts between the founders of Christianity (Jesus) and Islam (Muhammad) as well as the doctrines themselves. Jesus taught love and forgiveness, and He also instructed His disciples to “pray for those who persecute you. (Matthew 5:44).” Jesus was a sinless, spiritual leader who laid down His life to save mankind, said “Father, forgive them” to those that crucified Him’ Jesus never killed anyone. (End of quote)

There is a lot more said, but I am not writing all of it;

Quote 3, The pope and the grand imam of al-Azhar signed what was referred to as “a historic declaration of fraternity, calling for peace between nations, religions and races, in front of a global audience of religious leaders from Christianity, Islam, Judaism and other faiths.”

We know that powerful, world elites are pushing uniformity and a one world religion, but it’s still stunning to see top world leaders from Catholicism and Islam make such a dramatic display.

(End of my quotes)

Anyhow, this article goes on to say that, the Roman Pope Francis and the grand imam of Egypt’s Al-Azhar, have signed a one world religion agreement titled

“Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together.”

Now, what I found that is missing in this article that we are talking about, is that it does not mention that there are mainly two types of Muslims, the Sunnis and the Shias.


Pope Francis and the grand imam of al-Azhar

Pope Francis shaking hand with the grand imam of al-Azhar. Perhaps they want to start a new way of fraternity between religions and nations.
Pope Francis shaking hand with the grand imam of al-Azhar. Perhaps they want to start a new way of fraternity between religions and nations.

My views about these religious issues

Now what I have written above is only a small part of what I found, so, it goes on saying that it is very unlikely that these two religions can merge, because of the great difference between the teaching of Jesus Christ and Muhammad, but nevertheless it is a beginning; this beginning is telling us that even the religious leader are becoming aware that religious changes are needed. So, it is only a matter of time before it happens.

My views about these religious changes above, are very unlikely to happen, but changes are required, if humanity wants to use religions to guide the people, as we have done in the past. But we believe that it is more likely that people accept a new religious order, which will see the people all at the same level, guided from a Super God that sits above all existing Gods, than merging the existing religions.

What we are saying here is not new, because religions have come and gone before, so, it is only a matter of time before a new religion is formed. We have suggested in our religious articles, this God that represent all existing life on earth, including the existing spiritual life, in the spiritual dimension. I know that what we have said there is not easy to accept, because we want a God that looks after us and nobody else; but the world can be better off if we accept a God for everybody. These are my views for time being, and my views can be modified, when important religious things happen.

Anyhow, Pope Francis has signed this agreement with the Egyptian’s imam Al-Azhar, which is the leader of the largest group of Muslim, but I want to point out that the Shias Muslims, are those Muslims that seem to fight more often everywhere they go. So, I hope that this agreement helps to bring these two religions together, and in the long run, bring some peace in the world, but I have my doubts.

Anyhow, I believe that befriending the Muslims, is a good idea, if it works out the way the pope wants it to work; but if it doesn’t work at least he has tried. I believe that pope Francis wants to end religious rivalry, which is a good thing if that happens. So, now we must wait and see, if he continues to befriend other religions, and if he is successful; if the pope is successful, then a new religious system could begin.

I think I have said enough in this article, so, see you in our next religious article, where we will discuss new religious matters.

See you soon.

May God bless us all.



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