“What, or who, are the connecting dots between Lausanne and the World Economic Forum? Prominent Evangelical figures such as the late Tim Keller, David Platt, and J.D. Greear are linked to the World Economic Forum (WEF) through their promotion of “Faith Driven Investing,” which aligns with the investment strategies of BlackRock, a firm deeply embedded in WEF’s “Great Reset” initiative….”
(The Dissenter) The Lausanne Movement, established in 1974 following the Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization, initiated by Billy Graham and other Christian leaders, is an international network of globalist evangelical leaders who purport to be focused on fulfilling the Great Commission—the Christian mandate to evangelize and make disciples of all nations. The movement emphasizes ecumenical cooperation across denominational lines and has a strong focus on global issues such as poverty, justice, and environmental stewardship….
The Lausanne movement has been adopted by many prominent Evangelical leaders and has been influential in reshaping evangelical mission strategies and theology, particularly around the concept of “holistic mission,” which integrates evangelism with social action.
The Lausanne Movement has openly admitted to mirroring the World Economic Forum (WEF) in its approach and goals and many of Lausanne’s prominent figures are directly involved in the WEF. By organizing “Davos-like” leadership forums and integrating business and political leaders into its fold, the movement has completely embraced a globalist agenda. This alignment with the WEF’s model marks a significant departure towards promoting a unified global order under the guise of Christian leadership.
CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains many people you’ll want to mark and avoid as per Rom 16:17-18 such as Tim Keller, J.D. Greear, David Platt & Rick Warren.