Pope Francis is attributing the current global crisis to man’s damage to the environment. On Sunday, March 22, 2020, Pope Francis did an online interview with the journalist Jordi Evolve. The Pope was asked about the condition of our planet and if the current global crisis was nature’s judgment upon humanity. In the above video the Pope responded by venerating nature with his pantheistic philosophies:
“There’s a saying that you surely know: God always forgives. We forgive sometimes. Nature never forgives. Fires, floods, earthquakes . . . that is, nature is having a fit, so that we will take care of nature.”
Pope Francis is basically blaming Mother Nature’s unforgiving spirit for the climate change crisis and the coronavirus pandemic. No, nature cannot hold grudges or forgive, and nature cannot get angry because nature has no consciousness. This is pure pagan ideology also known as “animism.” Nature is inanimate. It doesn’t have a soul and it doesn’t seek revenge. Water, earth, wind and fire do not feel or have thought processes; therefore, the earth should not be deified.
Pope Francis has demonstrated his devotion to nature by inventing a new “ecological conversion” because of our new “ecological sins.” Now the Pope is warning that Mother Nature is punishing our world with a new “ecological justice” that never forgives. And the solution to this problem, according to his green encyclical “Laudato Si” is to take care of nature by implement a green ecological Sunday law.
Adventist Health’s Healing Garden
Pantheism has become popular again, and both the religious and secular worlds are embracing it. Pantheism was part of the Alpha of Apostasy in Adventism, and today the Omega in our midst is becoming increasingly more bold. In the following video, Adventist Health is promoting a very similar message about “connecting with nature” that resembles Pope Francis’ green Amazonian, Mother Earth propaganda.
Adventist Health wants to put you in a green garden and “reconnect you to nature” and give you “dance move therapy” to improve your mental health. Sounds like some kind of eastern meditation mixed in with a little Amazonian yoga and jungle music. There is no talk about reconnecting with God; no, it’s all about you being in touch with nature.
“Thousands deify nature while they deny the God of nature. Though in a different form, idolatry exists in the Christian world today as verily as it existed among ancient Israel in the days of Elijah. The God of many professedly wise men, of philosophers, poets, politicians, journalists—the God of polished fashionable circles, of many colleges and universities, even of some theological institutions—is little better than Baal, the sun-god of Phoenicia” (Great Controversy, p. 583).