House of One

Many of you are fully aware of the CHRISLAM CENTER opening this year in Abu Dhabi.  But, are you aware that one has been in the works in Berlin for many years now.  In this post you will see that they had begun this project publicly back in 2014.  It was likely in the works long before that.  Yet, it has not been completed, even though they said they received all the funding that had requested by 2016 and were expecting it to open in 2018.
So, what happened?  Was the project postponed to accomodate the Vatican? Was there a moratorium while the Arabs, Jews and the Vatican worked their deal?  Or, are they just waiting so that both can open simultaneously? Or, were the Arabs unwilling for any non-Muslim city to be the first to have a ChrisLam Center?
There are some very interesting facts, about the location of the House of One in Berlin, brought out in this post.  It has already stimulated my interest to pursue further investigation.  I hope it will give you food for thought as well.
We know that the Vatican is intricately linked with Natzi Gmermany.  That has been well documented.  It id not happen by accident.  It is not that the Vatican was not aware of what the Natiz’s were all about.  In fact, it has been suggested that Hitler was actually serving the interests of the Vatican.
So, why should we be surprised that the Vatican’s program for One World Religion should be fully supported and promoted from BERLIN?
The Vatican has been pushing for unity, Ecumenicalism, brother hood of all faiths for at least 30 years that I have personally experienced.  I am certain it goes back much, much farther…but that is a topic for another post.
Let us take a look into this project and what it means.
The following posts are all related to the same topic.  You may want to view them all to get the full picuture:


The heart of medieval Cölln

From Christian church to a three-religion house: the archeologist Claudia Melisch presents the currently uncovered foundation of the Petri Church in Berlin Mitte, which was demolished during the GDR.


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Where Jews, Christians, and Muslims are currently planning to build a sacred space with a synagogue, church, and mosque stood the St. Petri Church until the 1960’s as the spiritual center of the neighborhood at Petriplatz. This square made up the center of Cölln during the middle ages, one half of the twin city Berlin/Cölln from which today’s Berlin originated.

The Petri Church, damaged in the Second World War, was demolished in 1964 in order to make room for the redesign of East Berlin as an example of a socialist Metropolis and capital of the GDR. During the excavation from 2007 to 2015, archeologist Claudia Melisch uncovered the buried remains of the building. Melisch found more than 3,000 graves with over 4,000 skeletons in the former churchyard.

In the past weeks, Claudia Melisch has now uncovered a part of the church’s foundation that was buried under the sidewalk along Gertrauden Street. The House of One invites all those who are interested to take a guided tour with Claudia Melisch to examine a brick and limestone wall freed from the sand of the Margraviate of Brandenburg, which bears witness to the impressive 800-year-old history of this historic site.

Claudia Melisch gave a tour of the historic site on the 3rd of May. The Märkische Oder newspaper wrote about it on the 15th of May: “Auf der Suche nach dem Ur-Berliner”


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For many years now, NTEB has sounded the shofar to warn believers and non-believers alike of the coming One World Religion of Chrislam, the bastard hybrid of Islam and Christianity/Judaism. We have given you countless verified accounts of the efforts of early Chrislam founder and champion Rick Warren to prepare the Christians to accept this new religious paradigm.

Berlin thinks it is making religious history as Muslims, Jews and Christians join hands to build a place where they can all worship. The House of One, as it is being called, will be a synagogue, a church and a mosque under one roof.
We have given you audio proof, video proof, and interview accounts from major news outlets around the world. We even pulled back the curtain on all the efforts of Pope Francis and the influence of the Vatican to drive through the creation of the One World Religion mentioned in the book of Revelation.

Have you paid attention? Are you listening?

Today’s bombshell is the natural next-step in the evolution of the One World Religion – a temple to call their very own. And where better to build that abomination than in the city that is most famous for introducing the world to Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust but in Berlin, Germany. If the irony of that doesn’t punch your buttons, then you need to go look up the definition of the word “irony”. Seriously, could it be any plainer, any more in-your-face than that?



The Spreeinsel is considered the nucleus of the double city of Berlin-Cölln. Excavations show that Berlin is even older than documented so far. This is proven by finds from an old house cellar, which is dated 1212 (+-10 years).  Source

Cölln (German: [ˈkœln]) was the twin city of Old Berlin (Altberlin) from the 13th century to the 18th century. Cölln was located on the Fisher Island section of Spree Island, opposite Altberlin on the western bank of the River Spree, until the cities were merged by Frederick I of Prussia to form Berlin in 1710. Today, the former site of Cölln is the historic core of the modern Mitte locality of the Berlin-Mitte borough in central Berlin.  Source

The Petrikirche stood on Berlin’s Petriplatz and, as the parish church of Kölln, was one of the first five churches in the twin cities of Berlin- Kölln. It was built around 1230, rebuilt and rebuilt several times and demolished in 1964. Source

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from Bauwelt 34.2016
article as pdf

Rarely has an architecture inspired the debate on religious understanding as much as the House of One in Berlin. A massive and multi-religious brick building by Kuehn Malvezzi aims to counter fundamentalism and xenophobia (fear and hatred of strangers or foreigners or of anything that is strange or foreign).

Text: Crone, Benedikt, Berlin

Can the idea of ​​a building make headlines around the world? She can. The Washington Post, The Guardian, the lifestyle magazine Vice, the Israeli broadcaster i24News and Aljazeera – they all reported on the House of One that is to be built on Berlin’s Petriplatz. The crucial question of whether Christianity, Judaism and Islam get along within a society is answered with a draft: Everyone come and look at this floor plan – it works!
In videos promoting the project, the pastor, rabbi and imam hold up bright red bricks like three musketeers:
all for one building, one building for all three book religions. From time to time architect Wilfried Kuehn can be seen balancing the model of the House of One on a wooden disc. His office Kuehn Malvezzi won the limited competition in 2012 with a design that – from the outside – dispenses with any religious symbolismBauwelt 37.2012). The symbolic power of the project, beyond the cross, church tower and minaret, is the strength of the project. Another design could certainly do justice to the idea of ​​a multi-religious building. However, the competition entries from 2012 show how difficult it is not to give the sacred building a clear function from the outside without making it completely faceless. Kuehn Malvezzi manages to walk the tightrope by putting four differently shaped cubes together, which merge into one another thanks to the uniform material of a solid brick wall. The religious affiliation of the three rooms can be guessed from the outside: a hexagonal floor plan for the synagogue, a higher cuboid with light slits for the mosque and a rectangular floor plan for the Christian church room on the entrance side.
With the approximately 40 meter high tower with “city loggia”, the building succeeds in closing the line of sight from Brüderstraße with a high point (a high tower or high place) . However, a city square planned in the inner city plan will not be created on the busy Gertraudenstraße, but on the neighboring Archaeological Center by Florian Nagler ArchitectsBauwelt 6.2013 ). A terrace will span between the two new buildings, which will be around 1.5 meters above street level. As a result, visitors not only escape the noise and exhaust fumes of Gertraudenstrasse; space is also created for an underground connection between the Archaeological Center and the House of One.
Florian Nagler Architects had tailored their design – also a brick building – to the House of One, although its implementation date has not yet been set. “We also want to carry out the further planning of the Petriplatz urban space together with Florian Nagler,” says Kuehn. The initiators of the House of One need 10 million euros for the first construction phase and 43.5 million for the entire project. Donations are currently at 4.3 million. The provision of funding this summer provided a significant boost: 2.2 million euros from the federal program “National Urban Development Projects” and a further 1.2 million euros from the State of Berlin. Most of the private crowdfunding donations come from Germany, followed by France and the USA. The money arrives slower than expected.
Of course there is also criticismWhy is a house that wants to stand for openness and exchange built selectively for only three religious groups: Jewish, Evangelical-Protestant and Muslim? Because these three builders have come together, says Kuehn and prophesies: The building is currently being visited by people who are of no faith or of a different faith. In the preliminary design, the architects therefore enlarged the traffic area lined with columns, in which all three sacred spaces meet and joint events are to take place. The spiral route to the sacred spaces seems confusing at first glance – for Kuehn, the curved entrance is a sign of “ritual” entering and moving through a religious building.
In the meantime, the Berlin office has been able to demonstrate fire protection, building services and building physics solutions, and the design planning is due next year. The edge of the building on Gertraudenstraße was straightened to match an old foundation wall, which, according to Kuehn, improves the spatial effect. The rhythm of the slits in the tower floor has also been changed, making the sides appear to open like a curtain. The sacred spaces were discussed with the three religious groups and, among other things, the rectangular floor plan of the Islamic part was changed to a square one. This allows women and men to pray on the same level – but at a distance. The necessary extension of the construction has been agreed with the city.
The future is uncertain. It is quite possible that the project will remain in the first construction phase for a longer period of time and that there will only be a headless basement on Petriplatz. Wilfried Kuehn is relaxed about it, he doesn’t want to make compromises: “We prefer non-realization to poor realization.” However, the building should be able to change over time and adapt to new requirements. In fact, it would probably be the greatest recognition as a sacred building if its content and form were to be hollowed out and refilled not just over decades, but over centuries by new currents of faith sweeping through Europe, similar to great models such as the Pantheon or Hagia Sophia. The House of One would already connect to the sacred local history by resting on the foundations of the Petrikirche, which was demolished in the GDR.
Architects Kuehn Malvezzi, Berlin
Address Petriplatz, 10178 Berlin



Berlin is soon to become home to something truly unique. Jews, Christians, and Muslims are planning to build a house of worship here – one that brings a synagogue, a church, and a mosque together under one roof. The three separate sections will be linked by a communal room in the center of the building. This will serve as a meeting place, where worshippers and members of the public can come together and learn more about the religions and each other.



The House of One is a contemporary expression of religious life and as such must be expressed in an equally modern architectural language. Learn more about the design of the Berlin based architects Kuehn Malvezzi.




Daniel Doubleday, Germany

I believe that to achieve peace- and respectful coexistence of all religions has been and still is one of the most important challenges of our times. And if this project can help it’s worth every brick we can afford.

Joachim Maurice Mielert (Dr.h.c.), Germany

Not the first stone of mine and certainly more will follow…! Today, despite the rather difficult news situation, may serve the peaceful coexistence of religions. People should hear with their hearts. less with the ears…!  (This is not what they are promoting…they are promoting ONE RELIGION!)

Doris Gräf, Germany

A meaningful Christmas present for my friend Petra. I am not in any religious community, but I would like to support this project because I still have a little hope for peace, understanding, understanding and tolerance.


The history of Berlin is filled with great successes, new beginnings, sudden endings, and immeasurable guilt. Its Jews were emancipated around 1800, and then destroyed between 1933 and 1945. The Berlin Wall became the symbol of a divided world when it was built in 1961, and was then transformed into an enduring image of peace as it fell in 1989. The House of One on Petriplatz, the medieval birthplace of Berlin, aims to add a new and hopeful chapter to the diverse history of this city.


Last month (May 2021), a rabbi, imam, and priest laid the cornerstone for the House of One, a multi-faith prayer space built on top of the ruins of the 13th century Petrikirche (St. Peter’s Church) in Berlin. The original church was damaged in WWII and torn down by the Communist regime in 1964. During the ceremony, a Jewish prayer book, a piece of cloth from the Kaaba in Mecca, a miniature of the Coventry Cross of Nails (symbol of peace and reconciliation), and a copy of the document naming the provost of what was then St. Peter’s Church as the first citizen of Berlin in 1237 were placed in a copper capsule and enclosed in the cornerstone.


Ten years of planning went into the project and it is estimated that construction will require €47 million and be completed in four years(May 2021 to May 2025?) The final building will include a mosque, synagogue, and a church linked to a central meeting space. The central hall will also be used for gatherings of other faiths and atheists. (So will they be having animal sacrifices, human sacrifices, sexual orgies, fire rituals and Satanic Black Masses?)

“The idea is pretty simple,” said Roland Stolte, a Christian theologian who helped start the project. “We wanted to build a house of prayer and learning, where these three religions could co-exist while each retaining their own identity.”  (they already coexist. no one stops them from practicing their relgion…oh except the Muslims, they won’t allow any religion but ALLAH.  These people don’t want us to coexist, they want us to blend into one.  There is no blending of believers in Christ with non believers.  We can all live together, we cannot ever worship together!!  When they have in the past tried to make all religions one, that is when we had people being tortured and murdered for their faith. Tolerance and acceptance comes from the hearts of those who love Jesus. True believer’s in Christ do not try to FORCE anyone into faith. We only share the truth that we know and what God has done in our lives and pray for people. There is no hatred or fear in the hearts of those who know, love and serve Jesus Christ.)

The three religions will be represented by Imam Kadir Sanci, Rabbi Andreas Nachama, and Father Gregor Hohberg, a Protestant priest. Rabbi Nachama, a rabbi organizing the project, said that Christians, Muslims, and Jews would worship separately, but would visit each other for religious holidays, commemorations, and celebrations.

Roland Stolte, a Christian theologian who helped start the project, noted that there were concerns from the public.

In the first few years there were some fears that we were mixing religions or trying to create a new religion, Stolte told the Guardian.”

Despite the fears, the concept of universal prayer has its roots in the Bible and is explicitly described by the Prophet Zechariah: (You cannot pray in agreement with someone who is praying to a different god.  How can two walk together unless they both agree? “Can two walk together, except they be agreed?” Amos 3:3 )  

And Hashem shall be king over all the earth; in that day there shall be one Hashem with one name. Zechariah 14:9    (Yes, THEN we will all pray together.  When the Messiah Jesus Christ returns and we are all ONE in HIM.)

This concept of multiple religions worshipping God together is further described in prophecy as the basis for the Third Temple in Jerusalem:

I will bring them to My sacred mount And let them rejoice in My house of prayer. Their burnt offerings and sacrifices Shall be welcome on My mizbayach; For My House shall be called A house of prayer for all peoples.” Isaiah 56:7    (Again, that is when all mankind worships ONE GOD.  God is not going to accept the offerings of Witches, Satanists, Buddhists, and Muslims or Catholics or Talmudic Jews or those who call themselves CHRISTIANS and are not.)

This vision is shared by Rabbi Alon Goshen-Gottstein,  founder and director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute.  Rabbi Goshen-Gottstein is planning a similar project in Jerusalem named the Center for HOPE (an acronym for ‘House of Prayer and Education’). He approved of the project while noting that Jerusalem has a special role to play in this Biblical vision.  (Ok Israel is building one too.  Wait, shouldn’t they be building the Temple?  So here we go, they are popping up.  Where will they put the next one? London? Paris? Washington? New York? Bern?)

Berlin may have some negative historical connotations for some people but as a city, it symbolizes reconciliation and becoming whole again,the rabbi said.

“The Biblical prophecy of God’s name being one does not mean everyone converting to one religion,” the rabbi said. “It will be more like each religion going through an internal conversion that will bring us all together to serve God.”  (The ONLY internal conversion that will bring us all together is when we all accept the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for our sins and are born again in the Holy Spirit.)

Rabbi  Goshen-Gottstein sees prayer as playing a vital role in this process.

“We want to change the image of religion from one of competition to one that brings us together with all people turning to one God,” Rabbi Goshen-Gottstein said. “It is a very simple thing. Each religion prays in the presence of the other in parallel prayer spaces, affirming the presence of the other, indicating a willingness to live together in peace.”


House of One model (Thaler Tamas)


A new symbol of the interfaith movement is planned for Germany:

March 1, 2021

The German government will be constructing a house of worship for all faiths in Berlin, at a site where a church was torn down in East Germany by the Soviet Union while the site was under occupation, following the end of World War II.

The House of One in Berlin, being referred to as “churmosquagogue,” is intended to bring those of all faiths and no faiths together as a sign of coexistence and solidarity

It will be designed by Berlin-based architects Kuehn Malvezzi, and will include within the structure a synagogue, a church and a mosque – all linked to a central common area. Events and discussions will take place in its yet-to-be constructed large hall.

“The building epitomizes the relationship between the three religions which can be described as a simultaneity of intimacy and foreignness in a spatial constellation,” architects from Kuehn Malvezzi told Archinect. “Each faith will have their own sacred space as a dedicated house of prayer, specific to their respective liturgies.”

“There is no typological model,” they added. “We aspire to develop the design as an intimate and significant expression of the content itself, thus involving the future users intensely in the design process of this novel building typology.”

According to the report, each faith would worship separately but congregate with one another on holidays and special occasions. …

There are many different ways to God, and each is a good way,” said Andreas Nachama, a rabbi involved with the project, according to the report.

There is one way to God according to the Bible.

Jesus said:

6 … I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me. (John 14:6)

13 Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. 14 Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it. (Matthew 7:13-14)

Notice the following from the Apostle Peter:

10 … Jesus Christ of Nazareth … 11 This is the ‘stone which was rejected by you builders, which has become the chief cornerstone.’ 12 Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. (Acts 4:10-12)

2 … the way of truth (2 Peter 2:2)

21 … the way of righteousness (2 Peter 2:21)

The New Testament repeatedly speaks of THE WAY (e.g. Acts 24:22)–the expression “different ways” is not found in the Bible (NKJV).

Of course, it is not just Jewish rabbi Nachama who is pushing different ways.

Here is another report about the new building:

March 1, 2021

Chrislam is the perfect end times hybrid for a coming time when hybrid humans and animals will populate this earth. It combines the counterfeit Christianity of Roman Catholicism, Islam and apostate Judaism, as well as incorporating atheists, Buddhists, and the entire pantheon of the New Age. The ‘House of One’ in Berlin is a bookend to the Abrahamic Family House being built in Abu Dhabi. Why Berlin? Because Germany led the charge in WWI, WWII and will be center stage for the soon-coming WWIII. This is Chrislam, the One World Religion of Antichrist

Yes, Germany will be involved–and to a major degree lead, what can be called WWIII (see also Germany in Biblical and Catholic Prophecy).

Vatican News reported the following back in 2019 about another building:

Three buildings, one foundation

September 21, 2019

A church, a synagogue and a mosque will share the same foundation. It will be a landmark in the United Arab Emirates, located on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi. Above all, it will mark a significant transformation in human history. As Msgr. Yoannes Gaid explained, it will turn what has been used in the past as a means of division among peoples, into a point of contact.

If the foundation was truly the word of God, there would not be three separate buildings.

The Jews, for example, prefer tradition over scripture, which is why they do not accept the New Testament nor do they accept Jesus as the Messiah. But if they would examine the portion of scripture that they do accept, plus certain of their written traditions that they overlook, the logical conclusion is that Jesus is the prophesied Messiah.

Chapter 3 of my free online book, Proof Jesus is the Messiah explains this in more detail.

As far as Islam goes, it claims that Christians and Jews changed the Bible, so it cannot be relied upon. Hence, Islam does not truly have a biblical foundation (see also Differences Between Islam and the Continuing Church of God). Muslims also do not accept New Testament teachings about the divinity of Jesus–for more details, check out chapter six of the free online book: Proof Jesus is the Messiah.

Now, what seems to be happening between the Catholics and Islam is being called Chrislam. And while there has long been a Nigerian version of that, the Vatican has been producing its own version.

The prophet Amos was inspired to write:

3 Can two walk together, unless they are agreed? (Amos 3:3)

The answer to that question is “No.”

While true Christianity and Islam are biblically incompatible, let’s see some statements from the Catechism of the Catholic Church from the Vatican’s official website

841 The Church’s relationship with the Muslims. “The plan of salvation also includes those who acknowledge the Creator, in the first place amongst whom are the Muslims; these profess to hold the faith of Abraham, and together with us they adore the one, merciful God, mankind’s judge on the last day.”330

842 The Church’s bond with non-Christian religions is in the first place the common origin and end of the human race:

All nations form but one community. This is so because all stem from the one stock which God created to people the entire earth, and also because all share a common destiny, namely God. His providence, evident goodness, and saving designs extend to all against the day when the elect are gathered together in the holy city. . .331

843 The Catholic Church recognizes in other religions that search, among shadows and images, for the God who is unknown yet near since he gives life and breath and all things and wants all men to be saved. Thus, the Church considers all goodness and truth found in these religions as “a preparation for the Gospel and given by him who enlightens all men that they may at length have life.”332

So it is not just Pope Francis, the Vatican officially claims that the Muslims and Catholics adore the same deity–so whatever foundation they share, we know it is not the Bible. They are NOT working on a building with Jesus the Christ as the foundation–which is what real Christian leaders do (cf. 1 Corinthians 3:9-14).

It is a non-biblical type of ‘Chrislam’ that the Vatican and various others wish to promote.

Here are some comments from Michael Synder about the Abrahamic House and Chrislam:

The Catholic-Muslim Interfaith Council Created By Pope Francis Announces New Chrislam Headquarters Opening In 2022 That Combines A Mosque And Church According To Signed Covenant

The announcement of the Abrahamic Family House, on the Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi, follows a visit by Pope Francis to the UAE in February, the first by a pope to the Arabian Peninsula. …

As far as advancing the end times timeline goes, 2019 has been a banner year for Pope Francis and the coming One World Religion. We told you back in February that the pope has travelled to Abu Dhabi where he met with Sunni Muslim leader Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb. There the two men signed a global peace covenant called the Document On Human Fraternity For World Peace.  From that covenant, the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity was created to implement this end times religious peace treaty. Now that committee has announced that there will be a fancy new headquarters for this endeavor. The shiny, new center of global Chrislam opening in 2022.

Because ye have said, We have made a covenant with death, and with hell are we at agreement; when the overflowing scourge shall pass through, it shall not come unto us: for we have made lies our refuge, and under falsehood have we hid ourselves: Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD, Behold, I lay in Zion for a foundation a stone, a tried stone, a precious corner stone, a sure foundation: he that believeth shall not make haste.” Isaiah 28:15,16 (KJV)

The end times are unfolding before our very eyes, people, things are speeding up very quickly, if you blink you’ll miss it. This is Chrislam, it will be the foundation of the coming One World Religion the Bible says will assemble in the last days.  …

An interfaith council to oversee projects advancing tolerance was formed as a result of the declaration, and named the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity. The Abrahamic Family House is its first initiative.  …

The design for the Abrahamic Family House, by the renowned architect David Adjaye, was unveiled during a meeting in New York this week, the second for the committee. According to Gulf News, it will take three years to complete.

The UAE is already home to a synagogue, in Dubai, formed in 2008. Though it receives quiet support from the Emirati authorities, its members have largely kept a low profile. The new state-sanctioned synagogue would mark a significant step forward for public worship of Judaism in the Gulf state. 09/22/19

The interfaith movement is going forward, and for a time, Islam will tolerate it (but that will end–cf. Daniel 11:40-43).

Mike Gendron had the following in his February 2021 newsletter:

The above newsletter linked to the following article:

At the service of fraternity

(Vatican City, January 5, 2021) – The Pope Video for January, the first one in 2021, was just released with the prayer intention that Francis is entrusting to the entire Catholic Church through the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (which includes the Eucharistic Youth Movement – EYM). The message chosen to open the year 2021 is dedicated to human fraternity: in response to all the challenges facing humanity, the Holy Father asks that we open ourselves to each other and unite, as human beings and as brothers and sisters, “with those who pray according to other cultures, other traditions and other beliefs.” As he has said on other occasions, “There is no alternative: we will either build the future together or there will not be a future. Religions, in particular, cannot renounce the urgent task of building bridges between peoples and cultures.”

“Who is my mother? and who are my brethren? … whosoever shall do the will of my Father which is in heaven, the same is my brother, and sister, and mother.”  Matthew 12

“Who is my mother, or my brethren? And he looked round about on them which sat about him, and said, Behold my mother and my brethren! 35For whosoever shall do the will of God, the same is my brother, and my sister, and mother.”  Mark 3

Sons and daughters of the same Father

The path towards fraternity proposed by The Pope video starts with openness “to the Father of all,” and with seeing “in the other a brother or sister.” He had already advanced this idea in his latest encyclical, Fratelli tutti: “We are certain that ‘only with this awareness that we are not orphans, but children, can we live in peace with one another.’” For the Pope, the differences among people who profess different religions or who live according to other traditions should not impede achieving a culture of encounter, since after all, “we are brothers and sisters who pray.” accessed 02/01/21

As regular reader of this COGwriter Church of God News page are aware, Pope Francis wants to push for totalitarian control while pushing an interfaith and ecumenical agenda.

It is not a biblical or moral agenda that is being pushed.

Now, related to the pontiff’s religious unity push with Muslims and others, we made the following video nearly two years ago:


On February 4, 2019, at the ‘ Global Conference on Human Fraternity,’ Pope Francis and leading Sunni Imam Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb signed a document that some suspect may lead towards a “one world religion.” The World Council of Churches (WCC) General Secretary, Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, who also attended, pushed for religious leaders and institutions to push towards a particular cooperative agenda to help bring world peace. Will there be real peace or just a temporary one? Will destruction come to the USA and nations in the Middle East and North Africa? What will be some characteristics of this “one world religion’? Will all have the same religious practices? Might it have commonalities with the ancient Roman Empire? The Grand Mosque in the UAE was renamed “Mary, Mother of Jesus.” Will Catholic, Islamic, and even Hindu reverence for Marian figures play a role? Is that part of the plan? Should real Christians support the interfaith and ecumenical agendas or remain separate from them? What does the Bible teach? What did Jesus teach? Dr. Thiel addresses these issues and more.

Some Muslims are talking with some of the interfaith movement, but despite backing from some Muslim governments, the vast majority of Muslims basically do not wish to be part of it. But it is possible that Marianism may be a factor in getting them to do it.

Notice something from Vatican II:

Moslems…They also honor Mary, His virgin Mother; at times they even call on her with devotion. (Nostra Aetate as cited in Bertone, p. 120)

Chapter 19 of the Qur’an/Koran/Quran is, from an Islamic perspective, devoted to Mary and Jesus (“Mary” is also spelled Maryam, Marium, or Miriam in Arabic translations into English). Here are a few passages from it:

019.020 Y: She said: “How shall I have a son, seeing that no man has touched me, and I am not unchaste?”…

019.027…S: And she came to her people with him, carrying him (with her). They said: O Marium! Surely you have done a strange thing.

019.028 Y: “O sister of Aaron! Thy father was not a man of evil, nor thy mother a woman unchaste!”

066.012 Y: And Mary the daughter of ‘Imran, who guarded her chastity; and We breathed into (her body) of Our spirit; and she testified to the truth of the words of her Lord and of His Revelations, and was one of the devout (servants).

While the above supports the virgin birth of Jesus, some also seem to believe that the Qur’an is supportive of teaching the “immaculate” conception of Mary in Islam (Pennington R. Islam’s view of Mary. Muslim Voices, December
22, 2008 viewed 04/05/2011).

So, there are Islamic ties to Mary that resemble those in post-sixth century Catholicism.

One symbol that the Vatican has used for unity was a ‘Chrislam Cross.’  (The cross looks like it is made out of Arab swords called Scimitars.)

‘Chrislam Cross’ (Vatican News)

We also put together a video related to the Chrislam Cross and the interfaith movement:


What is Chrislam? What are the two forms of it? Did the Vatican unveil the Chrislam Cross? How does it look? Are Christianity and Islam theologically compatible? What does the ‘Catechism of the Catholic Church’ say? What about the Bible and the Quran? Did Pope Francis and Sunni Imam Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb sign an important interfaith document on February 4, 2019? Do biblical and Islamic prophecies point to a deal between the Europeans and Arabs that will be broken? Do Catholic and Islamic writings support the view that Mary and/or apparitions of ‘Mary’ may lead to temporary cooperation between the Arabs and Europeans? Will such cooperation bring lasting peace or war? Have any of the Eastern Orthodox warned of the danger in using ‘Mary’ to push the interfaith and ecumenical movements? Is there a ‘Mary, Mother of Jesus mosque? Should you wish to be part of the Chrislam movement? What does the Bible teach? Dr. Thiel addresses these issues and more.

The Book of Revelation teaches:

1 Now I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals; and I heard one of the four living creatures saying with a voice like thunder, “Come and see.” 2 And I looked, and behold, a white horse. He who sat on it had a bow; and a crown was given to him, and he went out conquering and to conquer. (Revelation 6:1-2)

In a 1973 booklet, the old WCG taught:

The long-term condition of false religion described above will culminate in the end-time fulfillment of the white horseman of Revelation 6, in the person of a great False ProphetHe will signal the beginning of sorrows: the first horseman. (Alexander G. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Ambassador College Press, Pasadena, p. 17)

This horseman will work to conquer the truth. A ‘white’ horse indicates that the message will look good to others. But the Apostle Paul warned about that:

12 But what I do, I will also continue to do, that I may cut off the opportunity from those who desire an opportunity to be regarded just as we are in the things of which they boast. 13 For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into apostles of Christ. 14 And no wonder! For Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light. 15 Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also transform themselves into ministers of righteousness, whose end will be according to their works. (2 Corinthians 11:12-15)

Paul is warning that people will claim to be true Christian leaders and that those leaders will try to come across as ministers of righteousness, but instead be on Satan’s side.

The late Pastor General of the old Worldwide Church of God, Herbert W. Armstrong, taught:

Revelation 6:2 … a white horse and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer. That is the picture of the ministers of Satan and not of Christ (Armstrong HW. Times and Seasons. accessed 07/01/20)

Why a bow connected with Satan?

One commentator on a television program (Seven Seals of Revelation episode. Nostradamus Effect. History Channel, 2009) mentioned that she felt that the bow was a representing power of the air. In the Bible Satan is called:

2 … the prince of the power of the air, the spirit who now works in the sons of disobedience, (Ephesians 2:2)

Bows also work over a distance and that is consistent with what leaders of the ecumenical and interfaith movements are working for. And what will happen when various laws are put in place associated with the coming Beast and False Prophet.

This churmosquagogue in Berlin is consistent with the ride of the white horse of the Apocalypse.

The Church of Rome as well as various governments keep pushing for a totalitarian, interfaith, and ecumenical agenda in a quest for peace. Yet, scripturally, prophecies show that the way it is heading will lead to war (cf. Revelation 13).

The Bible warns: “the way of peace they have not known. There is no fear of God before their eyes” (Romans 3:17-18).

Do NOT be deceived — the interfaith movement will not lead to peace.

But, ultimately to totalitarian control (cf. Revelation 13:16-18; 17:12-13).

UPDATE 03/07/21: We just put up the following related video:


Dangers of the Churchmosquagogue?

Is the way to peace to construct buildings for professors of Christ and followers of Muhammed to get together? The German government is planning on constructing a building in Berlin called “the House of One.” It is to include a Jewish synagogue, Greco-Roman church, and an Islamic mosque. It has been called a ‘churchmosquagogue.’ Is each way to God a good one as a rabbi associated with this project has said? Is this another step towards ‘Chrislam’? What about the Abrahamic Family House being built in Abu Dhabi? Is Chrislam to be the final religion of the Beast and Antichrist? Did Pope Francis’ first video of 2021 tie in with his ‘Fratelli tutti’ encyclical? Do Satan’s ministers look good to the world? Does the Bible, in the Book of Revelation, warn about someone who looks like a lamb, but speaks like a dragon (Satan)? Will the interfaith movement lead to peace or war? Should you support it? Dr. Thiel addresses these issues and more in this video.

Is the way to peace to construct buildings for professors of Christ and followers of Muhammed to get together? The German government is planning on constructing a building in Berlin called “the House of One.” It is to include a Jewish synagogue, Greco-Roman church, and an Islamic mosque. It has been called a ‘churchmosquagogue.’ Is each way to God a good one as a rabbi associated with this project has said? Is this another step towards ‘Chrislam’? What about the Abrahamic Family House being built in Abu Dhabi? Is Chrislam to be the final religion of the Beast and Antichrist? Did Pope Francis’ first video of 2021 tie in with his ‘Fratelli tutti’ encyclical? Do Satan’s ministers look good to the world? Does the Bible, in the Book of Revelation, warn about someone who looks like a lamb, but speaks like a dragon (Satan)? Will the interfaith movement lead to peace or war? Should you support it? Dr. Thiel addresses these issues and more in this video.

A written article of related interest is available titled “Germany To Begin Construction On Chrislam ‘House Of One’ some are calling a ‘churmosquagogue’”

Dangers of the Churchmosquagogue?



The Bible let’s us know that in the Last Days there will be a One World Religion that will take over the globe with all falling prey with the notable exception of the Tribulation believers who will be persecuted and beheaded.  We don’t quite know what it will look like, but the foundations for just such a religious enterprise are being laid today, with one of the avenues being the melding of the three Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam under the banner of Chrislam.  Geoffrey Grider of NTEB writes of Chrislam: “It combines the counterfeit Christianity of Roman Catholicism, Islam and apostate Judaism, as well as incorporating atheists, Buddhists, and the entire pantheon of the New Age. The ‘House of One’ in Berlin is a bookend to the Abrahamic Family House being built in Abu Dhabi. Why Berlin? Because Germany led the charge in WWI, WWII and will be center stage for the soon-coming WWIII.”  Grider goes on to name Chrislam as “the religion of Antichrist.”[i]  I think we cannot know for sure.  But it certainly is a staging area for its ascent.

Artist’s rendering of the ‘House of One’

Scripture tells us this.  “And all the world marveled and followed the beast. So they worshiped the dragon who gave authority to the beast; and they worshiped the beast, saying, ‘Who is like the beast? Who is able to make war with him?’” (Revelation 13:4-5)  So there is surely coming a time when all the world will fall prey to this delusion. We know of the Abrahamic Family House being built in Abu Dhabi.  Well, now another is being built in Berlin, Germany. From The Guardian.  “On the site of a church torn down by East Germany’s communist rulers, a new place of worship is set to rise that will bring Christians, Jews and Muslims under one roof – and it has already been dubbed a ‘churmosquagogue.’”  Christian theologian Roland Stolte summarized it.  “We wanted to build a house of prayer and learning, where these three religions could co-exist while each retaining their own identity.”  They are calling it the House of One.[ii]  It’s inclusiveness fits in nicely with Pope Francis’ heresy that all are children of God.  In case you are not aware, here’s the scripture that gives the lie to that notion.  “He came to His own, and His own did not receive Him.  But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, to those who believe in His name:  who were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.” (John 1:11-13)

[i] Geoffrey Grider, GERMANY TO BEGIN CONSTRUCTION ON CHRISLAM ‘HOUSE OF ONE’…, NTEB, viewed March 1, 2021

[ii] Harriet Sherwood, Christians, Muslims and Jews to share faith centre in Berlin, The Guardian, February 21, 2021