Tuesday, June 15, 2010

To All The Rick Warren Wantabees

To all the "pastors" who are bedazzled with "pulpit envy" as portrayed by church growth experts... Let the congregation wake up to the schemes and manipulation in the name of erecting a steeple...

DEAR CHRISTIAN, LET’S PRESS ON

SADDLEBACK CHURCH, RICK WARREN, AND SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES

RICK WARREN, SADDLEBACK CHURCH, AND SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES

STEVE GLADEN, SADDLEBACK CHURCH SMALL GROUPS, AND QUAKER MYSTIC SPIRITUALITY

4 comments:

  1. Professional deception and clever fraudulence are running rampant in mystical claims to experience God. Thus, the signature of Satan is seen in St. John of the Cross, Ignatius Loyola, Madame Guyon, Carl Jung, Richard Foster, and in such as Mother Teresa, Rick Warren, Brian McLaren, Leonard Sweet, Phyllis Tickle, and other deceivers of the Emerging Church movement who transmit this plague. In this illustrated DVD, Richard Bennett and James Sundquist expose the deceitful shams that prevail at the present time. They also explain the scriptural method of biblical meditation and genuinely experiencing God. Please make this DVD known to others, and kindly link to it, if possible. Thank you.
    Download 400mb video here - http://www.warnlive.com

    Experiencing God through Deceitful Mysticism (Emerging church) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50geMDUvZnM ( may have to cut and paste links).

    A subtle and dangerous shift in Christianity
    It seems everyone's practicing yoga meditation these days. Physicians recommend it to their patients which means it's beneficial...right? Meditation is said to relieve stress, anxiety, hypertension, acne and post-nasal drip, so go for it! Just tighten those abdominal muscles, inhale deeply and chant Maaaaaaaaa all in one breath and your concerns will drift away like a feather floating on the win........
    http://www.newswithviews.com/West/marsha198.htm
    by Marsha West

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  2. David,
    Thank you for the head's up on the links!

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  3. AnonymousJune 18, 2010

    I love this blog! Any people you call names without knowing what you are talking about are people I look up as I assume they must be people with whom I agree and can learn from.

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  4. AnonymousJune 19, 2010

    Thanks to you I started reading St. John of the Cross. This is a believer who really sought after God's heart and a deeper understanding our our relationship to Him. There is much to learn here.

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