Wednesday, February 24, 2016

70 years ago: Provisional Committee of the World Council of Churches concludes its conference in Geneva

On February 24, 1946, the Provisional Committee of the World Council of Churches concluded its four-day conference in Geneva by establishing the Commission of the Churches on International Affairs (CCIA) to stimulate a "vigorous expression" of Christian demands for justice and world order. The conference was attended by representatives of nearly 100 Protestant and Orthodox church organizations from 32 countries.

According to the WCC's website, the CCIA was one of two pioneering projects launched in 1946 in cooperation with the International Missionary Council (IMC) in 1946; the Ecumenical Institute in Bossey, Switzerland was the other.

The Geneva conference was another event in the timeline of end times apostasy. The World Council of Churches, falsely claiming to represent the Lord Jesus Christ and the faith once delivered unto the saints, officially came into being with its first assembly in Amsterdam in 1948.

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