In the following clip, Israeli celebrity author Yuval Noah Harari prophesies that transhumanism will eliminate free will in the future. The world that the globalists paint for the future is actually described in the Book of Revelation. But the globalists are living in a parallel universe of their own, totally ignorant of and disregarding Bible prophecies about the totalitarian world of the Anti-Christ.
Harari doesn’t believe humans have souls, but he says quite openly and unabashedly that he believes humans are “hackable.” He is known as the oracle of the World Economic Forum.
Friends, we’ve never been here before in human history when transhumanism advocates and globalists hope to eliminate free will– and even eliminate individuals because, as Harari claims, too many humans on the planet are not necessary.
Interesting that one of the names of this Israeli mocker of the Bible is. . . Noah. Even Jesus had something to say about Noah—that the last days of human beings controlling the planet before Jesus’s return will be similar to the days of Noah when all the world perished except for 8 righteous souls.
Harari is professor in the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the author of the popular science bestsellers “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind” (2014), “Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow” (2016), and 21 “Lessons for the 21st Century” (2018).
His books examine the possible consequences of a futuristic biotechnological world in which intelligent biological organisms are surpassed by their own creations. Harari has said, “Homo sapiens as we know them will disappear in a century or so”.
He completed his D.Phil. degree at, ironically, Jesus College, Oxford, in 2002.
I would like to see the Apostle Rabbi Paul debate this young man on a number of issues. As Paul warns us in Colossians 2: 8, sharing from the Amplified Bible,
“See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception [pseudo-intellectual babble], according to the tradition [and musings] of mere men, following the elementary principles of this world, rather than following [the truth—the teachings of] Christ.”