At the UN climate conference COP27, religious leaders from all walks of life are being brought together at Mount Sinai where they’ll be given an identical set of 10 new environmental commandments.
“Between November 6th and 18th, 2022, the UN climate conference COP 27 will take place on the Sinai Peninsula, in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt,” reads the Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development’s website.
“The project partners will bring together premier religious leaders from the world’s major religions to put forth a prophetic interreligious call to action: ‘Ten Universal Principles for Climate Justice.’”
The specifics of the 10 new commandments aren’t yet listed.
Nonetheless, this two-birds-in-one-stone approach, which is backed by the UN, aims to tackle climate change while also bringing peace to the middle east with a globalist set of guiding principles for all religions to follow.
The interfaith center further states that deep changes in attitude and heart are required by religious leaders, who are expected to preach the same globalist environmentalism to their followers.
“Religious communities and religious leaders have a key role to play in addressing climate change and climate justice, which requires deep transformation within society.”
“As world leaders and climate activists meet in November for the U.N.’s COP27, preachers and congregations can add their voices to the calls for climate justice.”
The events take place between November 14 to 16, where religious leaders will undergo educational initiatives. All the initiatives are aligned with the UN’s 2030 agenda.
“The UN Environment Program’s Faith for Earth Initiative works to strategically engage with faith-based organizations and partner with them to collectively achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and fulfill the objectives of the 2030 Agenda.”