Believers from the Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities should pray together for the riots on New Year’s Eve in Berlin. The ecumenical event is planned in the Berlin St. Marienkirche.
Common prayer – Christianity – Judaism – Islam
In the spirit of ecumenism, the differences and boundaries between religions are becoming increasingly blurred and soon eliminated. “Multi-religious prayer against violence,” according to the event scheduled for Tuesday (January 10, 2022, 5:30 p.m.) at Berlin’s St. Marienkirche. The focus is on the firefighters and police officers who were attacked and sometimes injured on New Year’s Eve.
The prayers are expected to be led by EV Bishop Christian Stäblein, Imam Ender Cetin and Rabbi Andreas Nachama, according to the evangelical media portal evangelisch.de.
Just as the unjustifiable riots and the violence used are to be condemned, the community prayer in the EV church is questionable in relation to the gospel. Another proof of the long ignored message of God and the displacement of Jesus Christ from the center in favor of a united religious community under one roof. This “common house of religions” is built by Rome, as the Gospel literally reveals in Revelation.
Bible verses from King James Version