What Does the Christian Worldview Say About Globalism?

The final book of God’s Word—Revelation—clearly describes that the world in the future before Christ’s return will be largely globalized and led by a leader called the antichrist or beast. Revelation 13 says as Antichrist appears on the scene, “the dragon [Satan] gave him [the beast] his power and his throne and great authority. I saw one of his heads as if it had been slain, and his fatal wound was healed. And the whole earth was amazed and followed after the beast.

It was early on in human history at Babel where man disobeyed God’s command to scatter across the earth and instead proudly determined, “Come, let us build for ourselves a city, and a tower whose top will reach into heaven, and let us make for ourselves a name, otherwise we will be scattered abroad over the face of the whole earth” (Genesis 11:4).

God foiled their man-centered plan at that time, but that hasn’t stopped man from tirelessly working toward creating, not just a city and tower, but an entire world that operates out from under the authority of God. This of course is impossible but it doesn’t keep unregenerate man from trying.

The push for globalism and global governance is out in the open today, with organizations like the World Economic Forum, United Nations, and many more. And they utilize things like “climate change,” the educational system, economic and monetary policy, health care, corporations, and war to coerce the world to globalize.

Alex Newman, international journalist and CEO of Liberty Sentinel Media, joins David Wheaton’s show, The Christian Worldview, to talk about the push for global governance as we preview the upcoming Speaker Series event on Friday, April 12 at Beacon of Hope Church in St. Paul, MN, where Alex will speak and take questions on the topic: How the Push for Global Governance Utilizes War, Environmentalism, Education, and Economics.

2 thoughts on “What Does the Christian Worldview Say About Globalism?”

  1. Thank you for that excellent interview! Especially interesting was Alex’s take on Putin, Ukraine and war. I can’t forget that Klaus Schwab said that Putin was one of his young leaders! Well, they have their charades, but God told us the end from the beginning. God bless you both!

  2. I really tire of “Christians” telling everyone what is wrong and how they are being persecuted AND DO NOTHING TO HELP THEMSELVES! Every major election would swing to the Conservatives if the ignorant Christians would turn out and vote! … what do I hear?….. B$ about how it is “God’s will”! They behave like ignorant Muslims in a fox hole that put a gun over his head and fires it and states “That if God wants it to hit the target it will happen”!

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