A leading American Pentecostal preacher has acclaimed the Global Christian Forum as an “important platform” for world faith leaders to come together and learn from each other.
The Seventh Adventist Church is a member of the Global Christian Forum.
Dr. Billy Wilson, the president of Oral Roberts University and a member of the Pentecostal World Federation (PWF) executive committee was speaking in an interview on 27 April during the third gathering of the GCF from 23-27 in Bogotá, Colombia.
“The Global Christian Forum diffuses any kind of animosity between movements and shows us a way to be more together into the future of Christianity,” said Wilson,
“When you know someone, and you are already in a relationship with him it is hard to fight against him, and in that sense the GCF is becoming more and more an important platform for world faith leaders to come together in Christianity and share their perspectives, learn more about one another.”
Wilson is also the global chair of Empowered21, a Pentecostal evangelizing group. More on this here.
The Global Christian Forum was set up exactly as a platform where Christians come together to be united since ‘they worship the same God’.
The plan is to get rid of any and all differences between Christians even on matters of doctrine.
This is the same approach and plan that the Catholic Jesuit Pope Francis has been pursuing around the world.
His most infamous statements include alluding that Christians and Muslims are brothers and sisters and that all humanity in their different paths of faiths all lead to the same God, a true sign of the end times.
Ellen White prophesied that the end of the world will not come until the Catholic Church has united the Christendom under her banner.