Liberals Believe Jesus Has Touched The Earth Once Again
You’ll never believe who it is…
The Church of Sweden, which regularly supported teen alarmist Greta Thunberg on climate change, announced last December that the teenage woman was a “successor” to Jesus Christ.
“Announcement! Jesus of Nazareth has now appointed one of his successors, Greta Thunberg”, the Church of Limhamn tweeted on December 1, 2018.
The announcement resurfaced online, probably owing to Thunberg’s latest activism assistance by the church.
For example, last week, the Church of Sweden Malmö announced that in conjunction with the Global Climate Strike, of which Thunberg is the face, they would ring their church bells.
“In conjunction with the Global Climate Strike, church bells ring and we gather for prayer for the future of the earth,” the church announced. “We pray that we believe that man is responsible for nurturing and managing Creation so that children are given the opportunity for a future. We pray that we know that climate change affects the most vulnerable — poor, children and women. We pray that we believe in man’s ability to change and change.”
“When the Amazon burns, we gather to fight for Mother Earth together,” the site reads, adding, “WELCOME!”
The church account retweeted people promoting and admiring their “humorous” tweet about Thunberg being a successor to Jesus Christ while also defending the tweet by publishing a connection shortly after the article to the “nuances” of the term “success.”
“Here you can read more about the word ‘success’ and its different meanings / nuances,” the Church of Limhamn posted.
A few days ago, the account was abandoned, signing off with both a defense of the message as well as an apology for any harm they caused.
“Dear twitter, If we have hurt someone we apologize,” the post, which was published on December 6, 2018, starts.
“Our sense has been to talk about Jesus Christ in our own way,” it continues. “Now we leave the arena. Thank you for your commitment, joy and debate. God bless you! Jonas Persson, ward pastor.”
Last week, Thunberg delivered a radical speech at the United Nations.
“My message is that we’ll be watching you,” the teenager warned. “This is all wrong, I shouldn’t be up here, I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean. Yet, you all come to us young people for hope, how dare you. You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words and yet I’m one of the lucky ones.”
“People are suffering, people are dying. Entire ecosystems are collapsing,” Thunberg claimed. “We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is money and fairytales of eternal economic growth. How dare you.”
Today, the Church of Sweden, or Svenska kyrkan, is a national Evangelical Lutheran church. According to Encyclopedia Brittanica, the church stopped being supported by the state in January 2000. Lutheranism stopped being Sweden’s official religion at that time as well.
“The country is divided into 13 dioceses, each headed by a bishop. The archbishop of Uppsala is bishop in his diocese and presiding bishop of the Church of Sweden,” the encyclopedia explains. “Bishops are elected by priests of the diocese and by lay delegates. The Church Assembly is the decision-making body. It has 251 elected members and meets two times a year.”