In her popular, controversial religious-themed mystery, Forgotten Word, author Sam Jane Brown predicts the coming “One-World Religion” that will be imposed upon humanity by the United Nations. The story alludes to a series of suspicious events that have taken place under the auspices of the U.N. in recent years— many of which strongly suggest that the global diplomatic body actually harbors sinister plans to eradicate traditional Christianity and replace it with a new, amoral faith based on the precepts of globalism and Islam.
“The disgrace of this relates to how this is all happening right in front of our faces but everyone who has any influence is totally silent,” Brown said. “We have U.N. meetings and international rules being issued that are clearly intended to wipe out Christian beliefs and replace them with socialist-inspired junk.”
The book, Forgotten Word (website (www.samjanebrown.com), explains the U.N. religious takeover through an engaging mystery. The story begins when a detective, Zena McGrath, who works for an international police organization, is assigned to investigate the murders of Catholic priests. The mystery takes McGrath on a gripping, whirlwind tour of intrigue and fatal plotting at the Vatican and beyond. The book hits at the root of the U.N.’s role in remaking world religion in its own nihilistic image.
The threat of a U.N. world religion revolution has been raised before. As early as 2000, those who understand how things really work in the world were citing the U.N.’s Millennium Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders as a clear warning of the coming destruction of the church. More recently, religious thought leaders have been sounding a similar alarm.
Lisa Haven, of Before It’s News, commented about U.N. activities in 2016 by saying, “The truth is the one-world religion has already kick-started, and the formation of the New World Order is now underway. We know the Bible tells us that a ‘false prophet’ will arise to deceive even the elect, and that this ‘prophet’ will cause all to worship an image in the likeness of the Antichrist.” To Haven and many others, as suggested in the book, the “false prophet” is the leadership of the U.N.