Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing
A small sign to the bottom left of the Fabian window offers yet another important insight in Fabian intentions. It says, “Pray devoutly, hammer stoutly.” At the bottom of the window, nine people, looking very religious, kneel and pray toward a stack of books or essays. A tenth person is standing and waving his arms. Many believe this man represents George Bernard Shaw himself. Some say he’s mocking the nine that are kneeling and praying, because he believes their plans should be out in the open, for everybody to know about. Shaw himself was quite frank about his plans—“I am a communist. I’m just not a member of the Communist Party.”
Perhaps the most shocking and revealing aspect of the Fabian window is the image that stands above the globe. A wolf in sheep’s clothing clearly represents the Fabians’ deceptive intent. Globalists are intently building a religious Trojan horse by which to co-opt the Church. Jesus addressed this issue in Matthew 7:15-16: “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits.”
What fruits? Jesus is speaking of their doctrinal fruits. Do they teach the exclusivity of Jesus Christ, salvation through Christ alone? Do they teach about the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ? The inerrancy of Scripture? Do they bring to you the doctrines of Christ, as we see in 2 John 9-11? If they do not, then we are not to enter into spiritual enterprises with them:
Whoever transgresses and does not abide in the doctrine of Christ does not have God. He who abides in the doctrine of Christ has both the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this doctrine, do not receive him into your house nor greet him; for he who greets him shares in his evil deeds.
If you want to know who is a false teacher or a wolf in sheep’s clothing, then judge by the doctrinal fruits. Many Fabian socialists have been involved in religion as false teachers and wolves in sheep’s clothing, just as their logo reveals was planned as far back as 1910 and earlier.
Tony Blair is an excellent example of a Fabian socialist wolf in sheep’s clothing. In addition to presenting an address at the unveiling of the Fabian window, today he leads the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, the stated goal of which is to bring the religions of the world together. In Blair’s window speech, he declared:
Despite all the very obvious differences in policy and attitude and positioning, a lot of the values that the Fabians and George Bernard Shaw stood for would be very recognizable, at least I hope they would, in today’s Labour Party.
The Labour Party in Great Britain, for which Tony Blair was the prime minister, grew out of the Fabian socialist party. And so Blair acknowledges that he wants to see the Fabian socialist ideas coming from the Labour Party.
The November 26, 2010, London newspaper The Telegraph offers further evidence of Blair’s campaign to use religion to bring about global governance:
Mr. Blair, who converted to Roman Catholicism after he stepped down as Prime Minister in 2007, was to address the question, “Is religion a force for good or ill?”...[Inan] interview with the Toronto’s Globe and Mail newspaper, Mr. Blair said, “I think the place of faith in the era of globalization is the single biggest issue of the 21st century. In terms of how people live together, how we minimize the prospects of conflict and maximize the prospects of peace, the place of religion in our society is essential….I think religion could be, in an era of globalization, a civilizing force.”
Through the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, he promotes the notion that an amalgamated world religion will be “a civilizing force.” (Note, too, that Blair is a disciple of the Church of Rome. I will talk more about the significance of this in a later chapter.)
As I will show in more detail in another chapter, Christian colleges in America are embracing Tony Blair despite his worldview. One such example would be Wheaton College. A press release by the Tony Blair Foundation about its newfound relationship with Wheaton announced:
The Tony Blair Faith Foundation has announced that Wheaton College, Illinois, USA, has become the first American Associate University of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation’s Faith and Globalization Initiative (FGI).
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