Huge Steps on the Climate Change Religion as the ‘Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development Launches a Religious Partnership Between Faiths to Cement the Climate Change Lie
Huge steps on the Climate Change Religion as the ‘Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development launches a religious partnership between faiths to cement the climate change lie.
They list the purpose of their partnership:
1. Bring religious leadership to UN public policy discussions on climate change
2. Resonate a clarion spiritual call for climate action throughout faith-based communities around the world
3. Provide thought leadership for faith-based communities ready to mobilize on climate change.
They then go on to list their version of 10 Commandments, which they list as ‘Universal Principles’.
And where is this all happening? Mt. Sinai. Where the original 10 Commandments were given to Moses. They are replacing God’s law with theirs on earth.
People must understand the spiritual significance of this ceremony. Satan’s goal is always to mimic and replace what God has created. The way he and his global servants achieve this is through the narrative that has infiltrated every part of society; love yourself, do what makes you feel good, truth is hate speech, etc.
Where the so-called-atheistic leaders are saying “we don’t need God”, what they are actually doing is deceiving the world into worshipping Satan.
Make no mistake – the globalists are NOT atheists. They very much believe in God, but the one they serve and are pushing the whole world to serve is Satan. Sadly, many will be deceived in the last days.
Sinai Climate Partnership | The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development
The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development (ICSD), together with our partners, is launching the Sinai Climate Partnership at the United Nations climate conference COP 27 on November 13 in Sinai.
The purpose of the Partnership is to
- Bring religious leadership to UN public policy discussions on climate change
- Resonate a clarion spiritual call for climate action throughout faith-based communities around the world
- Provide thought leadership for faith-based communities ready to mobilize on climate change.
The Launch on Mount Sinai
As we launch the Sinai Climate Partnership at the summit of Mt. Sinai, the initiative will unveil Climate Justice: Ten Universal Climate Principles, which will shape how religious congregations address climate change and foster a new vision for humanity and its endangered existence.
We will lead a historic ceremony of repentance, intention-setting, and call to action upon the summit of Mt. Sinai to unite the faithful of this world in a common cause: the defense of our shared home, Earth.
The unveiling ceremony at Mt. Sinai will be followed by several press conferences at COP 27 in Sharm El Sheikh, along with meetings with global leaders to bring the voice of the religious community to the battle on climate change.
Our partnership will mobilize tangible actions in the faith community. Our engagement with local actors can catalyze projects that tap into each community’s need for sustainable development.
Our goals for the Sinai Climate Partnership include:
- Inspire and unleash the power of an interfaith movement as a change agent for climate action at political and social levels
- Promote a coalition of religious leaders to work together for climate action
- Encourage religious leaders and communities to expand education and actions around climate change
- Mobilize local religious actors and civil society to partake in tangible activities that tackle their community’s needs
- Partner with civil society sectors, such as faith NGOs and movements that align with our goals, to amplify the message shared at COP
- Expand already-existing interfaith climate efforts through local partnerships
Membership for Houses of Worship
We invite houses of worship to become official members of the Sinai Climate Partnership. There are numerous benefits to joining.
Faith and Environmental Sustainability
Uniting faith and environmental sustainability is one of the best ways to overcome climate change. About 85% of people identify with a religion, but doctrinal beliefs are often a source of strife between religions.
Addressing climate change is a chance to draw upon each religion’s rich environmental traditions and to
create peace between peoples as we fight for a common cause, the future of our planet.
About The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development
ICSD reveals the connection between religion and ecology and mobilizes faith communities to act. To learn more, go to www.interfaithsustain.com. To find out more and join the Sinai Climate Partnership, please contact Michael Gribov, ICSD Deputy Director, at email@example.com.
United Nations Climate Change Conference
The Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP) is the world’s largest gathering on climate action. Heads of state, ministers and negotiators, civil society representatives and CEOs meet annually to set the policy agenda to deal with climate change, for people
and the planet.