Friday, July 29, 2011

Rick Warren's Side to the "Rick Warren Is/Is Not a Chrislam" Issue

We always owe it to ourselves and others and the truth and to Jesus Christ to get both sides of any issue. I think this article is important enough for you to read before you join those that speak out without knowing the facts. Here is Rick's side and the side of those that support him.

Rick Warren Does Not Embrace Chrislam, Say Pastors, Christian News



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2 comments:

  1. http://www.youtube.com/user/JohnHenryReaves#p/u/20/WzO2No8OrEI

    Jack Van Impe

    Trinity censored his programs, very sad.
    Jack has now told Trinity to take a hike.

    I have never been a big fan of this tag team show, more because of style then content.
    I have to admire Jack on this stand though. I think I will order this tape.

    http://www.goddiscussion.com/69581/faith-shared-chrislam-drama-continues-van-impe-tells-paul-crouch-of-tbn-were-taking-a-stand/

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  2. Thanks for sharing Rotterdam. I do not intend to judge Jack and Rexella. He has always marched to his own drummer. He's never really been offtrack much, but on this one, I still believe, after hearing him, that he may be throwing the baby out with the bath water. Warren is not perfect -- but we need to at least listen to what he's saying. And yes, he suggests things that are not easy for conservative traditionalists to accept -- but they're not heresy.

    One has to remember today that the main services of a so-called mega-church is not "worship" (in my opinion only) -- it is to "share the good news" and get people interested in it and in Jesus Christ. Jack comes from a position that says church is first and foremost for "the saints". The essence of the church is for the saints, but it's corporate gatherings may not necessarily be. If one accepts that, then much of what Warren suggests may be more palatable.

    Blessings and thanks for your thoughts. Always welcomed.

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