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  • Writer's pictureDean Dwyer

The Great Reset

As we are living deep into the end times (surely nobody can doubt that now), things are becoming more interesting by the day. As Amir Tsarfati often says, “I am no longer looking for signs, I am listening for the trumpet”. One of the events we expect immediately after the rapture of the church takes place is a global economic collapse. Think about it – the mere lockdown of economies for a few weeks nearly imploded many Western nations. What do you think the sudden disappearance of hundreds of millions of believers will do to world economies?

Whether they understand it or not, the World Economic Forum is playing their part in this great end times theatre. They have recently launched an initiative called “The Great Reset Initiative”. As the name suggests, they believe the reset button needs to be pushed. But they aren’t just concerned with resetting economies – their goal is also based on a transhumanist agenda which will combine man with machine, which they refer to as the Fourth Industrial Revolution. If you recall, the First Industrial Revolution used water and steam power to mechanise production. The Second used electric power to create mass production. The Third used electronics and information technology to automate production. Now a Fourth is building on the Third and is characterised by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres.

Interestingly, the Forum claims that COVID-19 has accelerated our transition into the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and that we should “make sure that the new technologies in the digital, biological and physical world remain human-centered and serve society as a whole, providing everyone with fair access.” To translate – participation in this “revolution” will be mandatory, not voluntary.

One Forum spokesperson said this: One of the things I think is so essential in a free and open society, is this freedom of thought. Up until now, the conversation that we’ve been having has been around freedom of speech. Once we can access people’s thoughts and access people’s emotions, we have to create a space that enables people to think freely, to think divergent thoughts, to think creative thoughts. [emphasis added]

In a video produced by the Forum, one spokesperson claimed that utilising a reset will allow us greater freedoms “by creation of a new story, about how we want to live”. What interesting language – it’s almost as if technocrats consider this the digital version of the creation account in Genesis.

Yet, some Christians are supportive of transhumanism, despite the obvious anti-God sentiment. One such organisation is the Christian Transhumanist Association who claim they wish to “use science and technology to participate in the work of God – to cultivate life and renew creation”. There it is again – people wanting to undertake the work of God by perfecting creation.

We must recognise that the goal of technocrats and those who would impose transhumanism on the population is to bypass God and introduce their own technology that will eliminate suffering and death in the world. May I remind you that although there is suffering and death in this world, Jesus Christ overcame the world and it is only Jesus Christ who can fix this world. Our trust – all of it – must be in Him alone. Technology is available to improve our lives in this world, but it must never become a substitute for the life-giving blood of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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