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Global Community Faith in God's Spirit, SoulLife, helping the formation of Life in the Universe.  Global Community Faith in God's Spirit, SoulLife, helping the formation of Life in the Universe

by

SoulLife

and

Germain Dufour

Spiritual Leader of Global Community
Prophete of God


August 2014
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Global Community Faith in God's Spirit, SoulLife, helping the formation of Life in the Universe.
Artwork by Germain Dufour
January 6, 2008
( see enlargement Global Community Faith in God's Spirit, SoulLife, helping the formation of Life in the Universe. )

Proceedings of Global Dialogue 2015 include:

a)     All abstracts, research papers, notes, art work, outlines, posters, articles, comments, letters, press releases, reports, newsletters, discussions, global dialogues, brain-storming exercises on issues, or just comments in email messages found in the 'Global Files' of Participants

b)     Contributions made by researchers at the Global Dialogue from September 1st 2014 to August 31st 2015

c)     Dialogue Overview

d)     Recommendations

Global Dialogue 2015 Proceedings also include the contents of all sections shown above plus the contents of the following sections:
  • Overview of all papers, articles, comments, opinions, recommendations of Global Dialogue 2015 by name and email, and with listing of relevant issues - workshop sessions.
  • Recommendations resulting from the assessment of all papers, articles, and comments of Global Dialogue 2015
  • List of papers, articles, comments, opinions, recommendations concerning the issues of Global Dialogue 2015 (by name and email, and issues shown)
  • Listing of Global Roundtables 2015 and work from participants
  • Press releases of the Global Community from September 1st 2014 to August 31st 2015
  • Proclamations of the Global Community from September 1st 2014 to August 31st 2015
  • Monthly newsletters of the Global Community from September 1st 2014 to August 31st 2015
  • Scientific and investigative reports of the Global Community from September 1st 2014 to August 31st 2015
  • Work found in the main index for Global Information Media (GIM) concerning publications and activities of the Global Community from September 1st 2014 to August 31st 2015


Global Dialogue 2015 Overview involved over 260 leaders from 90 countries. Participants were from 130 nations to dialogue on hundreds of issues.

The OVERVIEW of Global Dialogue 2015 was written from the materials found in the workshop sessions, group discussions by email and discussion roundtables summaries, brain-storming exercises, vision statements, comments and recommendations, reviewing of research papers and from results of the dialogue held from September 1st 2013 to August 31st 2014, and especially the dialogue held in the month of August. Materials published in the press releases, proclamations and Newsletters were also included. OVERVIEW section can be accessed through the link Dialogue Overview shown here above at the top of this webpage.

Global Dialogue 2015 Recommendations were those given in all papers, articles, and comments throughout Global Dialogue 2015. Following the assessment of the work done, other important recommendations were obtained. All were described and can be accessed through the link Recommendations shown here above at the top of this webpage.





Note of understanding

The author, Germain Dufour, was educated in a small french Canadian town called Sorel. His religious education was based on the Roman Catholic Church doctrine on faith and morals that it presents as definitive and infallible. The Church's hierarchy is headed by the Bishop of Rome, known as the Pope, who is the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church composed of the Latin Church and the Eastern Catholic Churches in full communion with Rome. The Church holds that Christ instituted the Papacy, upon giving the keys of Heaven to Saint Peter. Catholic doctrine has evolved over the centuries, reflecting direct teachings of early Christians, formal decisions of heretic and orthodox beliefs by Ecumenical Councils and Papal Bulls, and theological debate by scholars. The Church believes that it is continually guided by the Holy Spirit as it discerns new theological issues and is protected infallibly from falling into doctrinal error when a firm decision on an issue is reached. The doctrine teaches that there are two sources of revelation: Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition, and that these are authentically interpreted by the Magisterium. Sacred Scripture consists of the 73 books of the Catholic Bible, consisting of 46 Old Testament and 27 New Testament writings. The New Testament books are accepted by Christians of both East and West, with only those who follow Luther putting them at three different status levels. The Old Testament books include some, referred to as Deuterocanonical, that Protestants exclude but that Eastern Christians too regard as part of the Bible. Sacred Tradition consists of those teachings believed by the Church to have been handed down since the time of the Apostles. Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition are collectively known as the "deposit of faith". These are in turn interpreted by the Magisterium , the Church's teaching authority, which is exercised by the Pope and the College of Bishops in union with the Pope, the bishop of Rome. Catholic Doctrine is authoritatively summarised in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. The doctrine section of the Catechism is organised according to the Apostle's Creed. The Church also accepts the Nicene Creed. The Catholic Church holds that there is one eternal God, who exists as a mutual indwelling of three persons: God the Father; God the Son; and God the Holy Spirit, which make up the Trinity. Catholics believe that Jesus Christ is the second person of the Trinity, God the Son. In an event known as the Incarnation, through the power of the Holy Spirit, God became united with human nature through the conception of Christ in the womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Christ therefore is both fully divine and fully human. It is taught that Christ's mission on earth included giving people his teachings and providing his example for them to follow as recorded in the four Gospels. The Church teaches that through the passion (suffering) of Christ and his crucifixion as described in the Gospels, all people have an opportunity for forgiveness and freedom from sin and so can be reconciled to God. The Resurrection of Jesus gained for humans a possible spiritual immortality previously denied to them because of original sin. By reconciling with God and following Christ's words and deeds, an individual can enter the Kingdom of God. The Church teaches that God the Holy Spirit , God's Spirit, "proceeds" from God the Father and God the Son as a single origin, a belief generally accepted in Western Christianity and expressed in the Filioque clause added to the Latin version of the Nicene Creed of 381, but not included in the versions of the Creed, not derived from the Latin text, that are used in Eastern Christianity, including the Eastern Catholic Churches. The Book of Revelation, often known simply as Revelations or the Apocalypse, is the final book of the New Testament and occupies a central place in Christian eschatology. Revelation makes use of symbolism and visions, mentions angelic mediators, has bizarre imagery, declares divine judgment, emphasizes the Kingdom of God, prophesies new heavens and a new Earth, and consists of a dualism of ages, in other words a present world and a world to come. In terms of being prophetic, the author of Revelation uses the words: prophecy, prophesy, prophesying, prophet, and prophets twenty-one times in these various forms throughout the text. No other New Testament book uses these terms to this extent. Most of the interpretations fall into one or two of the following categories: 1) futurist, which believes that Revelation describes future events (modern believers in this interpretation are often called "millennialists"); and 2) idealist, or symbolic, which holds that Revelation does not refer to actual people or events, but is an allegory of the spiritual path and the ongoing struggle between good and evil.


My symbiotical relationship with you

A. The teaching of the Soul     The teaching of the Soul
  • Definition of Faith.
  • Teaching of the Soul.
  • The Soul of Global Community.
  • Global commons of Guiding Souls.
  • Soul of Humanity.
  • To be conscious of God.
B. The fundamental criteria of a global symbiotical relationship     The fundamental criteria of a global symbiotical relationship
C. Guiding Souls and God want to help us manage Earth     Guiding Souls and God want to help us manage Earth
D. The Divine Plan and the higher purpose of humanity      The Divine Plan and the higher purpose of humanity
  • What is the Divine Plan for Humanity?
  • The higher purpose for Humanity.
  • Together we have what it takes to manage Earth responsibly and keep it healthy.
  • The Soul of Humanity says...
E. Guiding Souls to serve God is a part of a new unifying religion of a modern symbiosis global society: Global Community Faith and Religion.     Guiding Souls to serve God is a part of a new unifying  religion  of a modern symbiosis society
  • SoulLife, the Soul of Global Community.
  • A short summary of theories explaining the origin of Life.
  • Global Community Faith and Religion on the origin of Life.
  • Divine Love and Divine Will helping Life to be formed.
  • Guiding Souls guided the evolutionary process in small ways.
  • Earth management becomes a spiritual and a natural process.
F. Is humanity as we know it today on Earth our final destination ?    Is humanity as we know it today on Earth our final destination ?
G. Global Community teaching     The Global Community teaching
H. Global Law      Global Law
  • Divine Law.
  • Nature Law.
  • The teaching of the Soul of Humanity.
  • The teaching of the prophet.
  • Global Law.
  • Golden Rule principle and societal sustainability.
  • Global Justice Movement for all life on the planet.
  • Abolish the business of conflicts and war.
  • Security for all life on Earth.
  • Disarmament.
  • Be actively involved in applying recommendations from the scientists of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ( IPCC ).
I. New Revelations, by God, delivered through Germain Dufour.      New Revelations by God
J. God's Ten Commandments, delivered through Moses.      God's Ten Commandments, delivered through Moses.








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