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 March 29 - 51 Percent of American Churchgoers Unfamiliar With the Term 'Great Commission': Barna
 Article: Miscellaneous

Comment from UTT:
The following article reveals how the very heart of Christianity has been altered by the present watered down gospel promoted by the ecumenical one world religion that most "Christian" churches have embraced today.

A little over half of American churchgoers are not familiar with the term "Great Commission," according to a study conducted by the Barna Group and the Seed Company. The "Great Commission" is a term used to describe Jesus' call to evangelism in Matthew 28:18-20: "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age

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 March 29 - 4 out of 5 UAE consumers would switch payment card provider for biometrics
 Article: Techmology For A Global Monetary System

Comment from UTT:
Preparation for a personal identification system using biometrics that will be used for buying and selling on a global basis is becoming more and more accepted. The world's population will soon be subjected to this system that will be implemented by an antichrist system.
Not only do 98 percent of consumers in the United Arab Emirates want to use biometrics to make payments in the future, more than four out of five (82 percent) say they are likely to switch their credit or debit card provider if they do not offer biometric authentication in the future, according to a Visa survey reported by ITP.net. The most popular modality among those surveyed is fingerprints, which 69 percent would like to use for payments, followed by 56 percent who would like to use eye scanning.

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 April 2 - Is 'dialogue' just an empty buzzword for Christians?
 Article: One World Religion

Comment from UTT:
As the coming one world religion for peace continues to unfold, we can expect more and more discussion to occur under the banner of "dialogue". Further, we can expect the Pope and the Catholic Church to lead the way.
In October 2015, as the second session of the Extraordinary Synod on the Family was about to begin, a new parody Twitter account emerged: Dr. Dialogue, S.J.

The Doctor immediately began tweeting about "dialogue" in ways that demonstrated the anonymous creator's deep suspicion of it. "Remember, you can't spell 'dialogue' without 'U' and 'I' but the 'I' always has to come first!" he tweeted on Oct. 2. Of course, the champion of the dialogue parodied by this Twitter account is Pope Francis. Since the beginning of his pontificate, Francis has consistently drawn attention to the central importance of dialogue for the church. In his 2013 apostolic exhortation "Evangelii Gaudium," the pope exhorted us to walk along "the path of dialogue," enumerating various ways in which the church and individual Christians can embark on this path. In his 2015 encyclical on the environment, "Laudato Si'," Pope Francis argued that genuine dialogue must be at the heart of humanity's efforts to address ecological devastation. Appeals to dialogue also appear over and over again in Pope Francis' speeches, morning homilies and audiences.

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 April 3 - Swedes Are Rising Up Against Cashless Society
 Article: Technology For A Global Monetary System

Comment from UTT:
The citizens of Sweden are beginning to realize there are serious dangers in submitting to a cashless society that can and will completely control them in the future. In spite of this fear, the world is headed towards the reality of a cashless system happening on a global basis in the future.

Highly Technocratic Sweden is the world leader in driving cash out of society, opting for all digital transactions. Citizens are finally figuring out what could happen if the digital system got turned off, or if they were denied access to it. Citizens in other countries should pay close attention. ⁃ TN Editor

It is hard to argue that you cannot trust the government when the government isn't really all that bad. This is the problem facing the small but growing number of Swedes anxious about their country's rush to embrace a cash-free society. Most consumers already say they manage without cash altogether, while shops and cafes increasingly refuse to accept notes and coins because of the costs and risk involved. Until recently, however, it has been hard for critics to find a hearing.

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