Monday, December 17, 2007

Islam, Judaism, Warrenism & Emergentism Under One Roof

Rick Warren continues to share his religious consumerism marketing techniques with the members of the Union for Reform Judaism...

From the Christian Post: Rick Warren Counsels Jews on Recruiting Congregants

With the holiday season in mind, Warren urged clergy to take advantage of crowded events to publicize other programs so people can get involved in the community through smaller groups. “There are some principles that apply regardless of our faith, if it’s Jewish or Christian,” he said at the convention.

Other guests at the conference included the Emergent leader Jim Wallis of Sojourners and Dr. Ingrid Mattson, president of the Islamic Society of North America.

Editor's note: What's wrong with this picture? Hello Rick, Can you spell ecumenism? Can you spell marketing? Can you spell heresy?

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  2. Anonymous
    I don't know where on earth you got your information from, or what "experts" you consulted, but two things are evident from your post: One, you have not read or studied the Bible; and two, you are not a student of history. As well as being the Son of God, God in the flesh, Jesus’ existence was recorded by secular historians of the period, such as Josephus. Regarding Christ’s Deity and the Trinity, might I suggest reading “Putting Jesus in His Place” by Robert M. Bowman Jr. and J. Ed Komoszewski.


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