BIO-LOGOS -ENDORSED BY TIM KELLER AND FOUNDED FRANCIS COLLINS CONTINUES THE GRAND DECEPTION OF CHRISTIANS AND THE CHURCH INTO GLOBAL GOALS AGENDA 2030 AND FALSE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS.
“NIH Director Francis Collins Wins $1.3M Templeton Prize in 2020”
Rev Thomas Littleton
As if the damage that Francis Collins and Tim Keller have done to Christian faith through Bio-Logos push for theistic evolution /merging science and faith/ assault on Genesis 1-11 were not enough-the influential pair have promoted the 2020 pandemic narrative and the organization Collins founder is promoting interfaith dialog and now the new UN High Seas Treaty.
BIO-LOGOS /KELLER/COLLINS -PART OF THE PANDEMIC INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
Collins was not only the long time head of NIH ,appointed by Obama administration and overseeing the launch of the Covid Pandemic response and Vaccine roll out -he was also discovered to have colluded with Anthony Fauci to fund the Chinese lab “Gain of Function” research from which Covid has now been confirmed to have leaked. Even Federal agencies are admitting this once denied reality. Collins and Fauci were grilled by Congressmen about the content of their emails and use of “burner phones to communicate on questionable activities of their organizations leading up to and during the Pandemic. Collins NIH budget exceeded $40 billion annually during the Pandemic.He has since been forced to resign and works as a senior Healthcare advisor on the Biden Cabinet so he has not left Washington or the federal payroll.
UN HIGH SEAS TREATY AND CHRISTIAN MISSION-A NO BRAINER SAYS BIO-LOGOS
BIO-LOGOS STORY “High Seas Treaty Opportunity for the Church to Lead”
Robert D Sluka on March 14, 2023
High Seas Treaty Opportunity for the Church to Lead
“We are called to protect 100% of God’s planet, but often the oceans have been overlooked. The recent High Seas Treaty is an opportunity for us to do our part.”
WHAT DOES THE UNITED NATIONS SAY ABOUT ITS HIGH SEAS TREATY AND UN AGENDA 2030?
“Through his Spokesperson, Mr. Guterres said the treaty is crucial for addressing the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution. “
“It is also vital for achieving ocean-related goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework,” said the statement, referring to the so-called ‘30 by 30’ pledge to protect 30 per cent of the planet’s lands and inland waters, as well as of marine and coastal areas, by 2030 made by a historic UN conference in Montreal this past December. “
BIO-LOGOS ATTRIBUTES ITS VISION FOR UN HIGH SEAS TREATY TO LAUSANNE MOVEMENT WHICH ALREADY ENDORSES UN GLOBAL GOALS AGENDA 2030 ON MANY FRONTS
“The Third Lausanne Congress of Christian leaders in Capetown finally recognized creation care as an important Christian issue alongside evangelism, social justice, and other traditional concerns. A subsequent meeting was convened in Jamaica to determine how to move ahead with creation care within the Lausanne Movement. It would be codified in the book Creation Care and the Gospel with no intentions of including anything on the ocean, despite the ocean occupying 71% of the surface and 99% of the habitable space of the planet. Thankfully, I was able to co-write a chapter with oceanographer Meric Srokosz; we knew the editors and convinced them of the shortcoming, and we were able to get our article included in the book.”
BIO-LOGOS PITCH TO CHRISTIANS VIA “CREATION CARE”
“Followers of Christ are called to protect 100% of God’s planet, but too often in conservation and creation care work, the oceans have been neglected. An important new treaty that protects biodiversity in international waters has just been signed by delegates to the UN. This is an important step in recognizing the value of marine life. But it is not enough on its own to protect these creatures and the well-being of the planet. Will the church lead the way and model as God’s image bearers how we ought to care for corals, clams, crabs, and the rest of God’s creatures in the sea? Our history has not been great in this respect.”
“Overlooking the ocean is not only found among creation care practitioners. It may seem ludicrous, but the majority of the ocean has little to no protection from human impacts until this new UN Treaty on the High Seas, passed on the 4th of March 2023. Why this neglect of the ocean?”
“The treaty does not do the actual conservation itself. The sea is just as imperiled today as it was yesterday. But there is a glimmer of hope.”
BIO-LOGOS ASK WILL IT REALLY MATTER ?
“But will it matter? The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals include specific reference to the ocean in Goal 14. A plastic treaty is in the works to try and combat international plastic pollution. The Biodiversity Conference of Parties meets regularly to negotiate issues related to biodiversity conservation, including the ocean. Many are cautiously hopeful. The High Seas Treaty could provide coverage and international agreement on a large portion of the ocean that isn’t effectively governed. It sets the stage for working together to protect areas that are common to all and owned by all or none, depending on your point of view”
THE OCEANS OF THE WORLD FEED AND PROVIDE JOBS FOR BILLIONS OF PEOPLE THE UNITED NATIONS IS MAKING A POWER GRAB FOR ANOTHER MAJOR FOOD SOURCE AND ECONOMIC MACHINE FOR THE WORLD.
“More than 3.5 billion people depend on the ocean for their primary source of food.”
“Oceans, coastal and marine resources are very important for people living in coastal communities, who represent 37 per cent of the global population in 2017.”
The ocean is vast, covering 140 million square miles (363 million square km), equivalent to approximately 72 per cent of the earth’s surface.
More than 600 million people (around 10 per cent of the world’s population) live in coastal areas that are less than 10 meters above sea level.
Nearly 2.4 billion people (about 40 per cent of the world’s population) live within 100 km (60 miles) of the coast.
Oceans, coastal and marine resources are very important for people living in coastal communities, who represent 37 per cent of the global population in 2017.
Health and nutrition
Human health is being impacted by the enhanced survival and spread of tropical diseases due to increasing ocean temperatures.
Fish is one of the most important sources of animal protein. It accounts for about 17 per cent of protein at the global level and exceeds 50 per cent in many least-developed countries.
The nutrients found in fish are important for optimal neurodevelopment in children and for improving cardiovascular health.”
“Shipping is responsible for more than 90 per cent of the trade between countries. The global oceans based economy is estimated at $US3 trillion a year, which is around 5 per cent of global GDP.
Approximately 50 per cent of all international tourists travel to coastal areas. In some developing countries, notably Small Island Development States, tourism accounts for over 25 per cent of GDP”
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM AND COUNICL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS FACTOR IN
Of Course WEF and Council of Foreign Relations are celebrating UN High Seas Treaty .
- Almost two-thirds of the planet’s surface is ocean and the seas make up 95% of the Earth’s total habitat by volume.
- But, only 1% of the high seas has, up until now, been under any protection protocol and just 39% of the ocean falls under the national jurisdiction of individual countries.
- After years of negotiations, Member States of the United Nations have agreed the High Seas Treaty, ensuring the protection and sustainable use of marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction.
- Podcast episode page: https://www.weforum.org/podcasts/radio-davos/episodes/high-seas-treaty. Subscribe on your podcast app.
WEF Calls it a “Huge Deal for the Oceans “
CFR “Bringing the UN High Seas Treaty to Port “
MORE IN THE UN GOALS FOR THE WORLDS OCEANS
“In its resolution 72/249 of 24 December 2017, the General Assembly decided to convene an Intergovernmental Conference, under the auspices of the United Nations, to consider the recommendations of the Preparatory Committee established by resolution 69/292 of 19 June 2015 on the elements and to elaborate the text of an international legally binding instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of Sea on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction, with a view to developing the instrument as soon as possible.”
“The first session was convened from 4 to 17 September 2018, the second session from 25 March to 5 April 2019 and the third session from 19 to 30 August 2019. The fourth session, which was postponed by decisions 74/543 and 75/570 owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, was convened from 7 to 18 March 2022. A fifth session of the Conference was convened from 15 to 26 August 2022 pursuant to General Assembly decision 76/564 (available as A/76/L.46). On the last day of that session, the Conference, in considering the way forward, decided to suspend the fifth session and resume it at a later date to be determined. In this connection, in its resolution 77/248Opens a new window on “Oceans and the law of the sea”, the General Assembly requested the Secretary-General to convene the resumed fifth session of the Conference at United Nations Headquarters from 20 February to 3 March 2023.”
“In accordance with resolution 72/249, the Conference held a three-day organizational meeting in New York, from 16 to 18 April 2018, to discuss organizational matters, including the process for the preparation of the zero draft of the instrument.”
The Parties to this Agreement,
Recalling the relevant provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law
of the Sea, including the obligation to protect and preserve the marine environment,
Stressing the need to respect the balance of rights, obligations and interests set
out in the Convention,
Recognizing the need to address, in a coherent and cooperative manner,
biodiversity loss and degradation of ecosystems of the ocean, due to, in particular,
climate change, pollution and unsustainable use,
Stressing the need for the comprehensive global regime to better address the
conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond
Recognizing the importance of contributing to the realization of a just and
equitable international economic order which takes into account the interests and
needs of mankind as a whole and, in particular, the special interests and needs of
Recognizing also that support for developing States Parties through capacitybuilding and the development and transfer of marine technology are essential
elements for the attainment of the objectives of the conservation and sustainable use
of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction,
Recalling the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples;
Affirming that nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as diminishing or
extinguishing the existing rights of Indigenous Peoples or the interests of local
[Recognizing the obligation to assess the potential effects on the marine
environment of activities that may cause substantial pollution of or significant and
harmful changes to the marine environment regardless of whether these activities are
conducted in or beyond the areas where sovereign rights are exercised in accordance
with the Convention,]
[Mindful of the obligation to ensure that pollution arising from incidents or
activities does not spread beyond the areas where sovereign rights are exercised in
accordance with the Convention,]
Desiring to act as stewards of the ocean in areas beyond national jurisdiction on
behalf of present and future generations by protecting, caring for and ensuring
responsible use of the marine environment, maintaining the integrity of ocean
ecosystems and preserving the inherent value of biodiversity of areas beyond national
Respecting the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of all
[Recalling, with respect to non-parties to the Convention, that Part III,
Section 4, of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties sets out the rules on
treaties and third States,]
Committed to achieving sustainable development,
Aspiring to achieve universal participation,
Have agreed as follows:
“The objective of this Agreement is to ensure the conservation and sustainable
use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction, for the
present and in the long term, through effective implementation of the relevant
provisions of the Convention and further international cooperation and coordination.”
“This Agreement applies to areas beyond national jurisdiction.”
Article 3 bis
“This Agreement does not apply to any warship, military aircraft or naval
auxiliary. Except for Part II, this Agreement does not apply to other vessels or aircraft
owned or operated by a Party and used, for the time being, only on government non –
commercial service. However, each Party shall ensure, by the adoption of appropriate
measures not impairing the operations or operational capabilities of such vessels or
aircraft owned or operated by it, that such vessels or aircraft act in a manner
consistent, so far as is reasonable and practicable, with this Agreement.”
EQUITY AND JUSTICE DRIVEN
General principles and approaches
In order to achieve the objective of this Agreement, Parties shall be guided by
(a) The polluter-pays principle;
[(b) The principle of the common heritage of mankind;]
(c) Option 1: The principle of equity;
Option 2: The fair and equitable sharing of benefits;
[(d) The application of precaution;]
(e) An ecosystem approach;
(f) An integrated approach;
(g) An approach that builds ecosystem resilience to the adverse effects of
climate change and ocean acidification and restores ecosystem integrity;
(h) The use of the best available science and scientific information;
(i) The use of relevant traditional knowledge of Indigenous Peoples and local
communities, where available;
(j) The respect, promotion and consideration of their respective obligations
relating to the rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities when taking action
to address the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas
beyond national jurisdiction;
NEVER MIND THE GLOBALIST AGENDA-FULL SPEED AHEAD
Given the mantra of “protecting the high seas is one more rung in the United Nations climate change power grab- there is certainly more to the effort that meets the eye or appears in the current hype and celebrations- NEVERTHELESS Bio-Logos has fully embraced , celebrated and endorsed it .
More on the UN celebrations and forthcoming regulations:
“Noting that the BBNJ decision builds on the legacy of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), the Secretary-General commended all parties for their ambition, flexibility and perseverance, and saluted Ambassador Rena Lee, of Singapore, for her leadership and dedication. “
“Ladies and gentlemen, the ship has reached the shore,” Ms. Lee said last night, announcing the agreement to an extended standing ovation in the meeting room. Delegations will reconvene later to formally adopt the text. ”
“The statement issued by the UN Spokesperson said the Secretary-General also recognized the critical support of non-governmental organizations, civil society, academic institutions and the scientific community. “
BIO-LOGOS THINKS YOU SHOULD RECRUIT YOUR CHURCH TO HELP
“International treaties are an important component that can be used to work with governments, local communities, businesses, and NGOs to determine how to move forward globally so major issues that impact large areas, such as the high seas, can be tackled. The High Seas Treaty is good news, but we need to see how we can implement it and also if anything has been left out. You or your church can join us at A Rocha by volunteering, becoming a research partner, visiting one of our global centers, following our media, or donating to our conservation projects. Followers of Christ are called to protect 100% of God’s planet—Let’s do our part”
CAN CHRISTIANS TRUST GOLBAL SUSTAINBLILITY NO MATTER HOW GOOD IT MAY SOUND?
According to Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology – Religious people should be fully on board with the Sustainability Goals
“In September 2020, UNEP’s Faith for Earth Initiative, the Parliament of the World’s Religions, United Religions Initiative, and Bhumi Global published a report to celebrate the five year anniversary of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The report featured data they had collected on faith-based organizations around the world doing work that fell within the scope of the environmental SDGs”
“Only a fraction of the collected data was used in the written report, so these organizations partnered with the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology to bring the complete information to the public here on this site as a living, evolving, searchable database.”
BUT THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABILITY GOALS ARE DRIVEN BY THE DESIRE TO GLOBAL GOVERNANCE- MERGING RELIGIONS – EARTH / NATURE WORSHIP-AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A REDUCED “SUSTAINABLE HUMAN POPULATION.
THIS IS NOT A GOSPEL CAUSE !
Bio-Logos attributes its directives toward “Creation Care” and immediate commitment to the UN High Seas Treaty to its ties to the Lausanne Movement. Lausanne has long endorsed UN Sustainable Development Goals
HERE ARE A FEW EXAMPLES AND CLEAR PROOF OF LAUSANNE AND THEREBY BIO-LOGOS DECEPTION BY GLOBALIST. IGNORE THEM AND REJECT THE EFFORTS OF KELLER /COLLINS/ BIO-LOGOS TO RECRUIT YOU ADN YOUR CHURCH INTO ANY OF THIER IDEOLOGY AND PROGRAMS.