From Amazing Facts
The Deadly Wound Healed? Pope Francis Calls for Unity
with Doug Batchelor
The John 17 Movement
If you click on link within the video, you come to another video that had been done previously. (Video time 14:03 near the end of the video) The following is something that was mentioned that occurred in 1994.
One thing that Doug Batchelor didn’t mention is that when the Pope said that this Christian “unity” is against Satan. What will the general consensus be about those who refuse to go along… Maybe that they are agents of Satan?
Talk about being cast in a bad light.
Evangelicals and Catholics Together
From the site:
Evangelicals and Catholics Together is a 1994 ecumenical document signed by leading Evangelical and Roman Catholic scholars in the United States. The co-signers of the document were Charles Colson and Richard John Neuhaus, representing each side of the discussions. It was part of a larger ecumenical rapprochement in the United States that had begun in the 1970s with Catholic-Evangelical collaboration during the Gerald R. Ford Administration and in later para-church organizations such as Moral Majority founded by Rev. Jerry Falwell at the urging of Francis Schaeffer and his son Frank Schaeffer during the Jimmy Carter administration
Evangelicals & Catholics Together: The Christian Mission in the Third Millennium
From the article:
As the Second Millennium draws to a close, the Christian mission in world history faces a moment of daunting opportunity and responsibility. If in the merciful and mysterious ways of God the Second Coming is delayed, we enter upon a Third Millennium that could be, in the words of John Paul II, “a springtime of world missions.” ( Redemptoris Missio )
As Christ is one, so the Christian mission is one. That one mission can be and should be advanced in diverse ways. Legitimate diversity, however, should not be confused with existing divisions between Christians that obscure the one Christ and hinder the one mission. There is a necessary connection between the visible unity of Christians and the mission of the one Christ. We together pray for the fulfillment of the prayer of Our Lord: “May they all be one; as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, so also may they be in us, that the world may believe that you sent me.” (John 17) We together, Evangelicals and Catholics, confess our sins against the unity that Christ intends for all his disciples.