Friday, December 12, 2008

Rick Warren: Fundamentalists Don’t Listen

Rick Warren continues to publicly malign fellow Christians in this USA TODAY report: Saddleback founder Warren driven to expand his reach

“What I am not is a fundamentalist. You become a fundamentalist when you stop listening. There are all kinds of fundamentalists,” he says, listing Christian, Muslim, Jewish, atheist, even secular forms. “I don’t happen to agree with any of them.”

The article surprisingly featured a quote from Dr. Michael Hortin:

Michael Horton, author of a new book, Christless Christianity, scoffs that Warren promotes “deeds, not creeds,” which makes the professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary in Escondido, Calif., wonder,

“What’s the point of the Gospel? “God didn’t become flesh and die on a cross for me to know I need to care about the environment or I need to look after my neighbor,” Horton says.

HT: Christian Research Network

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