For a self-proclaimed atheist, billionaire statist George Soros (shown) sure spends a lot of money on “Christian” causes and groups. But it is not because he is interested in spreading the Gospel, or even in helping the poor. Instead, hacked e-mails from his vast empire of shady tax-exempt foundations show that the radical “philanthropist” wants to change the views of Christians and churches around the world using deceit, manipulation, and money.
His goals in showering money on Christian groups and churches include, among other policy agendas, legalizing the slaughter of unborn children in pro-life nations, promoting what he calls “racial and economic justice,” ensnaring more nations in the European Union, pushing global governance and what he calls the “New World Order,” and even shifting “the priorities of the U.S. Catholic church.” One document on funding “Christian” schemes speaks of pursuing “structural transformation of political and economic systems.” And that is just what is known.
Critics of the deeply unpopular extremist, though, are warning churches and Christians to avoid Soros money like the plague. Indeed, many of the pseudo-Christian organizations receiving Soros largess are really Christian in name only. They seem to exist primarily to further extreme political, economic, and social agendas of Soros and his extremist allies — schemes that are fundamentally incompatible with Truth, Christian teachings, and morality more generally.