Olli Dürr Society ACK – Just a symptom of the apostasy described by the Bible

ACK – Just a symptom of the apostasy described by the Bible

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With the Working Group of Christian Churches in Germany (ACK), a motley mix of various traditional church institutions has come together. Together they celebrate a commonality with a Christian tinge, but in reality celebrate the standards of Rome.

ACK founded shortly after World War II

The Working Group of Christian Churches in Germany (ACK) was founded a little more than 70 years ago. This association, founded on March 10, 1948, is a symptom of the final apostasy already announced in the Bible.

“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;” (2 Thessalonians 2:3).

The focus is on the unification of the various denominations with their differently developed traditions and false teachings. The message of the gospel plays only a minor role and only serves as a cosmetic for a Christian appearance.

Thoroughly “gospel-free”

Common table

Together at the table but without the gospel

The current chairman of the ACK is the Orthodox Archpriest Radu Constantin. On the occasion of the 70th anniversary since the founding of the ACK, Constantin did not use a suitable verse from the Bible, but kept a saying by Johann Wolfgang v. Goethe for aptly: “Anyone who knows themselves and others will also recognize here: Orient and Occident can no longer be separated”. The choice of this quote is somehow understandable. Appropriate passages in the Bible describing the practices and goals of ecumenism would be found in topics about Nimrod, who tried to organize the united revolution against God with a united humanity and the common building of the tower. Nimrod, also known as the “first tyrant”, almost achieved his goal. But God thwarted him with the complete confusion of tongues. At that time, shortly after the Flood, people got off relatively lightly. However, the future line drawn by God will have completely different consequences.

The focus of the ACK:

The ACK does not focus on the Word of God. How is that even possible given the motley mix of different traditional institutions? If the Roman Catholic Church gets involved, then the gospel is only on the sidelines and for the purpose of the Christian appearance. The true focus of this working group is easy to recognize from the “Ecumenical Prize” awarded every two years. In 2023, the ACK will award a prize for the “smartest ideas” in the areas of “social justice, climate justice, fair distribution of resources” and measures against “violence, discrimination and racism”. All topics that are also served exuberantly by the secular world. In principle, this prize would also have been awarded for the best realization of “Laudato si‘” and “Fratelli Tutti”. To do this, however, one would first have to make an effort to read the two encyclicals of Pope Francis.

Daniel predicted it

It is obvious. The working group pursues the goals of Rome, completely the principles of a Nimrods and a Karl d. Huge. But the two feet and the 10 toes of the statue described in Daniel 2 are made of a mixture of iron and clay. Iron (Rome) has its destructive strength, but mixing with clay is an overall unstable entity. Just as Daniel interprets that the kingdom will be divided, the “unity” within the fictional entity of the European Union is not exactly cordial either. This state will last until the end. This is followed by a rock detached by non-human hands that will smash not only the feet but also the entire statue. Not even a pile of dust remains. Shortly before, as John describes it to us in Revelation 17, the kings will recognize the deceit and flare up in anger against Rome. But it is too late.

members of the ACK

– Working Group of Anglican Episcopal Churches in Germany.
– Working Group of Mennonite Congregations in Germany
– Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church in Germany
– Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Germany
– Federation of Evangelical Free Churches in Germany (Baptists)
– Federation of Free Evangelical Churches in Germany
– The Salvation Army in Germany
– Evangelical Old Reformed Church in Lower Saxony
– United Methodist Church
– Evangelical Brethren Unit / Moravian Church
– Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD)
– Catholic Diocese of Old Catholics in Germany
– Coptic Orthodox Church in Germany
– Mülheim Association of Free Church Evangelical Congregations
– Orthodox Bishops’ Conference in Germany
– Roman Catholic Church
– Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church
– Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch in Germany

Guest members of the ACK:

– Apostleship of Jesus Christ
– Apostolic Community
– Federation of Free Church Pentecostal Communities in Germany
– Seventh-day Adventist Church
– Free Church Union of the Church of God
– Church of the Nazarene
– New Apostolic Church

Observers of the ACK:

– Working group of Ecumenical Circles e.V.
– Christian Council
– Evangelical Alliance Germany
– Evangelical Mission Worldwide (EMW)
– Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

(Stand März 2023)

ACK is determined by Rome


ACK and ecumenism are determined by Rome

Membership in the ACK means joining forces with Rome. Any church that is a full member of this ecumenical body operates as what the Bible calls the “False Prophet” (see Revelation 13). He erects an image to the beast (Rome) and causes people to worship the beast and its image. Does the church see itself as a good little daughter of Rome, this is of course included. The guest membership testifies to a keen interest in participating in this activity. The status of an observer is also as superfluous as a goiter. “You will recognize them by their fruits” and this is already apparent from the publications and actions of this working group. If you want to observe, you don’t need to sit at the same table with them. The fall of Protestantism has long been completed.
“Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?” (2 Corinthians 6:14)
“And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.” (Ephesians 5:11)

Bible verses from King James Version


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