Claremont University in Claremont California will launch a new school of theology May 16. Labeled the “University Project” the idea behind the new interreligous university is ecumenical. Christians, Jews and Muslims will be teaching students how to tolerate the faith’s of others.
The University in Claremont touts a long history of Christian principles.
The seal of Claremont School of Theology symbolizes the spirit of this community of scholars. The cross represents our central concern for the Christian Gospel and is joined to an arc to create an anchor, an ancient Christian symbol of salvation, the healing of the human spirit. A lamp of knowledge, symbolic of the community’s abiding commitment to the disciplines of the mind and of learning, is a central feature of the figure. Surrounding the elements is a circle symbolizing wholeness and unity. Three openings in the circle symbolize openness and free exchange of ideas across traditions. ~ From the Claremont University about page… history.
“For even if there are so-called gods whether in heaven or on earth, as indeed there are many gods and many lords, yet for us there is but one God, the Father, from whom are all things and we exist for Him; and one Lord, Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we exist through Him.” I Cor. 8:5-6 NAS
See the article from the schools website below and the schools president on the following You Tube give reasons for not using Christian instructors to teach the classes.
This method of teaching is what we have learned at Pink Apron Regiment meetings as Hegelian Dialectic. If you are not sure what it means, go to the tab above titled: “You Tube Channel.” Find on the channel the “Deception and the Dialectic” and listen to the 15 minute slide presentation.
The information is foundational. Once you understand the process, you can look for it everywhere. The idea came from the German philosopher Hegel, and has been used for decades by governments and corporations. As we see the return of the Lord for His own draw near, the enemy is using this method to infiltrate the church and the hearts of Christians, to deceive- even some of the elect. (There’s that word again “deception”)
We cannot stop the process, it is diabolical, but we can be prepared, warn others and stand on the Word of God without compromise.
Claremont School of Theology President Jerry Campbell 5-3-2010 excerpt from talk on University Project