“Globalization: A Coming New World Order” — TWNow Episode_33

Saturday, March 17, 2018

In this week’s episode of TWNow, Wyatt Ciesielka, Jim Meredith, and Peter Nathan discuss globalization and nationalism. How do they relate to Bible prophecy? Is something stirring in Europe that points to a more centralized government, controlled at least in part by the Catholic Church and the ecumenical movement? How might talks of a European army affect Europe’s relationship with the Middle East and the rest of the world? Will there be a “new world order” coming in the near future? What does the Bible say about the future of governments on the Earth? Watch this week’s episode to learn more!

8 Comments

  1. Fritz Michel says:

    It's not going happen by human because anythings built on earth have to get two side pro or not pro. Earth can't handled two groups any more. That's why the solutions will come from above to avoid the caoh. I'm here to bring the conclusions then Jesus will bring the solutions.

  2. Interesting Boredom says:

    You are going down the wrong road. While Muslims may aspire to all being under Islam, the real threat was spoken of in Revelation with those who say are Jews but are not but are really the Synagogue of Satan. The threat is through the international bankers and those who do their bidding. Period. End of story.

  3. Lucy Hunt says:

    The US is a state terrorist sponsor. Its the US along with its allies that sponsored Isil and Al Qaeda, Al Nusra In Syria. The US is the worlds leading terrorist nation, a nation run by Bankers, Corporations and the Military Industrial Complex. Although Islam is a man made religion, so is western christianity and Orthodox Judaism. The later two have nothing to do with Scripture, and that is easily provable just by reading His Word.

  4. Michael Thomas says:

    Great topic. Really made clear that globalization is a religious phenomenon. How can two walk together unless they agree. We only agree when we believe the same things.

  5. gwhite1954 says:

    I like 45 min to 1 hour format. 30 min limits your discussion too much. Rushed!

  6. george stoyan says:

    The booklets offered by LCG along with the TW magazine and correspondence course are ideal, and extremely eye opening, for in depth bible study.

  7. Lance Reece says:

    I like the 45 minute format, 30-35 minutes happens to fast/rushed.

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