Ecumenism

In a December 3rd, 2012 article, the New York Times lauded the ‘progressive’ Ecumenical Patriarch. Particularly for his well-known and notorious ‘Green agenda’.  This was reported on earlier.  One of the guests of Patriarch Bartholomew (Archontonis) was Jane Goodall, who compared humans to chimpanzees and how humans and animals are essentially the same (to which Patriarch Bartholomew gave his jovial approval).

It is well known that Patriarch Bartholomew has been a long time supporter of causes that are contrary to traditional Orthodox teachings, such as his support for abortionrights‘, ecumenism, modernism, and trans-religious syncretism (i.e., his blessing of Islamic fasts and his proclamation of the value of Islam and, as he calls it, the “Holy Qu’ran”); not to mention his well-known friendship with Greek communist leaders.

While, it is obviously a very good idea to ensure that environmental damage is minimized, one has to wonder why Patriarch Bartholomew is so insistent upon this issue, while opposing the traditional Orthodox understanding of life?

 

 

December 5, 2012

Ecumenical Patriarchate Lauded by NY Times

In a December 3rd, 2012 article, the New York Times lauded the ‘progressive’ Ecumenical Patriarch. Particularly for his well-known and notorious ‘Green agenda’.  This was reported […]
November 29, 2012

Ecumenists Celebrate “50 Years of Ecumenical Progress”

The Catholic News Services reported on November 26, 2012, on “50 Years of Ecumenical Progress” with a video report. The World Orthodox and Roman Catholic participants […]
November 28, 2012

Phanar, Vatican, Muslims Participate in Grand Syncretism

As reported on the Catholic News Service, the Vatican and the Ecumenical Patriarchate will be involved in the new Islamic funded interfaith center at the King […]
November 28, 2012

MP and Finish Lutherans Hold Ecumenical Meeting

November 27th, 2012 Met. Hilarion (Alfeyev), the MP head of its Department of External Church Relations, has continued the Moscow Patriarchate plan for extended ecumenical activities […]