Rick Warren – Chrislam!

I was talking to my dearest girlfriend the other night about false teachers/prophets, and the name Rick Warren popped up. My friend receives Warren’s daily emails and she was puzzled because they seemed fine to her.  I explained that he is a big proponent of the ecumenical/interfaith movement, especially with building bridges with Muslims.

He has signed a document that you can find HERE that states the following…

Christians have been guilty of sinning against our Muslim neighbors. Before we “shake your hand” in responding to your letter, we ask forgiveness of the All-Merciful One and of the Muslim community around the world.

Love of God
We applaud that A Common Word Between Us and You stresses so insistently the unique devotion to one God, indeed the love of God, as the primary duty of every believer. God alone rightly commands our ultimate allegiance.

The ‘All-Merciful One’ is a name attributed to the god of the Koran! Also devotion to this ‘one God’ is not possible, as the Biblical God and the Allah of the Koran are NOT one of the same! The Biblical God recognises the triune nature of, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The Koran states that Allah/god has NO son and anyone believing otherwise should be cast aside and be considered an infidel.

How ANY one can sign such a document and then supposedly stand on the Word of God as the ONLY inspired Word is beyond me.  You simply cannot have darkness and light together.

Anyway, I have done a little more research and I happened to find this youtube that explains perfectly my concerns about Rick Warren and Chrislam. Have a listen, and see what you think…

Also, if you would like to find out more, here is a pretty good site that really does its homework. I am going to blogroll it too.

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2 thoughts on “Rick Warren – Chrislam!

  1. Just some thoughts which have been on my mind about Rick Warren and Chrislam issue:

    1. As you stated in your article, Warren is guilty about hiding behind his own lies. He knows he is wrong over signing the document “a common word between us and you” in 2007 stating that the “God of the Koran and the God of the Bible” are the “same God”, yet he blames the media and Christian bloggers for holding him accountable over the facts that truly surround the events exposed through the article that appeared in the Orange Country Register. To put it plain and simple – Rick Warren has no right whatsoever to play the “blame game” by pointing fingers at other people who have done the right thing by exposing his lies and his heretical teachings/beliefs against the sound word of God. Listen to what God tells us in Numbers 32:23, “”But if you fail to do this, you will be sinning against the LORD; and you may be sure that your sin will find you out.” At this point, Rick Warren is so deep in heresy and lies, that his own sin is being exposed and finding him out in the public eye. It amazes me every time he contradicts himself and fails to practice what he preaches, he has to find some means to cover his “trail of lies” whether he points fingers at others or twists scripture to promote his own man-made platform of lies.

    2. Many people have also been misled over what is claimed as “setting the record” straight. After the article appeared in the Orange County Register, the Christian Post website hosted an interview conducted by Mr. Brandon Cox, one of his supporters in the ministry. Mr. Cox asked RW questions over what he “really believes” in “contrast” to the claims made through the newspaper article. Many people after reading the interview on the Christian Post were deceived into thinking that “the record has been set straight” through the “horse’s mouth”. Here are some issues and problems this presents:

    a. RW was interviewed by a source that supports his lies and heresies. So, of course, he is naturally going to give answers that “itch the ears” of his hearers. To only give “one side of the story” does an injustice to how he really believes and conducts himself. For example, if a source such as a ministry that has rightfully exposed his lies asked him hard questions as to why he has consistently contradicted himself (e.g., his lie on Larry King live over the Proposition 8 issue, his claim in the Purpose Driven Life book that New Age theology is a lie and not of the Lord, YET Saddleback church where he pastors hosts three doctors from the pulpit in 2011 that openly believe in New Age/Eastern mysticism beliefs, etc. etc.) I firmly believe if Rick Warren was asked difficult questions in a very firm and tactful manner related to his contradictions and lies, he would “break under pressure” and fail to practice what he claims he preaches. The unfortunate result of his interview on the Christian Post website is that people who are not reading God’s word and do not know God’s word will be blinded by the devil into believing the lie that the interview has done “justice” to what Rick Warren believes when in reality all it does is tell one side of the story that does not fairly expose his lies and contradictions from his books or speaking engagements to Muslim audiences.

    • Barney, so sorry it has taken this long to get back to you. I am a very busy person these days. I have read all of you comment, and you hit the nail on the head with each of your points.

      I highly doubt that RW would allow anyone interview him that had difficult questions and who was able to put him on the spot just for clarification. He is more like a politician than a teacher/preacher of the truth.

      Thanks again for you well thought out comment.

      In Christ

      Vee

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