The World Council of Churches and the SDA Church (Tract)

The World Council of Churches (WCC) was formally constituted at Amsterdam, Holland, on August 23, 1948. It is made up of various branch organizations controlled by the WCC. The goal of the WCC is to unite all the religions of the world into one ecumenical package – or a one world church. But in order to unite all the world's religions together, the differing doctrines held dear by these religious groups must be waived, and a focusing on those beliefs held in common must be central.

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