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'Pastor' Rick Warren's Global P.E.A.C.E Plan - BEWARE!

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    It's a LONG read(47 pages), but just glimpsing/read a few pages through it, it SCREAMS Fascism! Here's a portion of it...

    http://www.moriel.org/articles/discernment/church_issues/global_peace_planrevisedjan19_2006.pdf

    In promoting his Plan, Warren is redefining the mission of the church. His idea is that we are to wipe out world problems and make the world a better place to live in before Christ returns. His program screams of Dominionist Theology which teaches that Christ can't return until the Church takes over the earth. And his billion man army reminds me of another two other “army” movements in the name of Jesus: The Army of Joel and the Manifest Sons of God who promote the false teaching in which they think the Lord has given them a mandate to take over the earth for Jesus so that he can return.

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    FYI - Dominionist Theology is actually one form of COMMUNISM.
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    Substituted terms like "the Church" and "jesus" and "God" with Muslim equivalents and...man this guy Rick Warren sounds familiar!

    Whoah! Wait a minute! Isn't this phony snake oil salesman a friend of Obama?
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    This crap belongs in the holy roller forum ... I'm not reading 1 page of that idiot's thoughts ... let alone 47 of them. I'd just as soon print them and use them for butt wipe. If Jesus existed he could take over the earth with a wave of the hand. He already allows killing of women and children ,,, he doesn't need any help ... he's doing just fine in his own sadistic kind of way.
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    Mods - the reason why I put this in the Political Forum here is b/c this particular agenda works hand-in-hand with Obama's(and previously Bush's) agendas...with the only difference being that Warren is infiltrating CHURCHES to help promote all this dirty work.
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    I like a good conspiracy Tuna as much as anyone. I think Obama has some socialist in him, some elitist in him and he can be arrogant. But I don't believe he has an agenda to ruin the country his daughters will be growing up in ... not intentionally anyways. Every President in my lifetime had conspiracy agendas written about them. The Clinton's had over 100 people murdered you know - I even posted it way back when. It's intriguing to read but it's just fantasy and it makes for fun reading. :blahblah:
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    One could argue that Christianity is predisposed to fascism insofar as the religion requires that all adhere to their version of faith or burn forever in hellish fire. That kind of theology doesn't lend itself to plurality all that much, does it?
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    Read the Beattitudes(Jesus' sermon on the mount) in Matthew 5:3-12, FWIW, this describes Christianity very well(although Obama tried to mock it).

    Anyhow - this wasn't meant to be a religious discussion - it's not only Warren, but alot of our other so-called "influential evangelicals" like Billy Graham, Pat Robertson, Jim Wallis, Sarah Palin, Rick Joyner, Bill Hybels, Rinehard Bunkey(sp), the late Jerry Falwell, Tim LaHaye, Jerry Jenkins, Ted Haggard(before he got caught that is), et al are part of this Dominionist group as well.

    Dominionism theology is pretty much COMMUNISM(except they do things differently to get to their goals of Communism) - it IS political, only difference being that these FAKE Christians mentioned above are infiltrating churches so they could get this One World Government implemented. Their part is to get this world "cleaned up" so that their 'Messiah' can come back. Even Robertson talked about a One World Government with a 'Messiah' ruling in the 3rd Temple in Israel in his book "New World Order".

    As you can see, they're no different from our ruling elite like Obama, the Bush family, Henry Kissinger, Brizinski, Jimmy Carter, the Rockefeller/Rothchild families, etc.
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    You gotta dsimiss any who believes they have straight-line knowledge into God's plans immediately...that's just a sign of an unstable mind.

    Men are not to be worshipped or followed blindly. Yet history shows people are so gullible, they will actually follow another simple hunman being as if he is more than he appears.

    Rick Warren is not a special man. I think his nick-name should be "Rick-roll" due to the number of people he has fooled.
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    I understand Christianity quite well actually. I used to be a pastor myself.

    Luke 19:27

    Back on topic, American Protestant Christianity has long had the problem of putting their leaders on pedetsals only to be proven time and again that they are only human.
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    Pastor, huh?...interesting. I don't recall having a pastor on this board.

    To your point...The problem you bring up belongs to all religions, I believe. Those who claim to be religious, closer to "god" than others, etc...reveal themselves to be liars and snake oil salesmen. That has always been the problem with religions for me. It has led me to the place I am today which is devoid of all belief in mysticism and the supernatural. In a way, I suppose I should thank the liar priests, bishops, nuns and popes who steered me (and millions of others) to this place so quickly.
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    Yep, I walked away five years ago from the ministry on amicable terms (I was still quite young and I'm sure the older folks were probably happy to see me leave :D). I didn't leave Christianity until three years after that for completely unrelated reasons.

    First off, I'm glad you've found a place that makes you happy and content. That's about all you can ask for really, and not many people ever find that spot. I think I know what you're getting at with the religiosity, and I think that any faith system, which has as its focus the afterlife or the next life or whatnot, is more likely to produce those kinds of personalities. For obvious reasons, those religions are the most prolific; Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, etc.
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    The big problem with the church today is that they're putting alot of their faith in MEN - whether it's Rick Warren in this case, Billy Graham(the man is a 33rd Degree Freemason - I'm not going to deny that people got saved attending his crusades, but this man's deception is well documented throughout his entire career), Oral Roberts, the TBN network, the Christian Zionism movement, yoking up with the IRS to get tax-exempt statuses only to abide by the IRS statutes instead of the Word of God, the list goes on and on.

    The big problem with this so-called Protestant movement is that they had leaven left over coming out of the RCC during the Protestant reformation - they left the RCC, but RCC doctrines did NOT leave them. It's no surprise now that all these Protestant denominations like the Lutherans are yoking back up with the RCC. In 1st Tim 4:1, they said in the latter days, there would be seducing spirits and doctrines of devils, which would draw some away from the faith.

    Ultimately, put your trust in the Word of God(the 1611 King James Bible, that is - today's 501c3 Apostate church uses NIV bibles, which was made by 2 high level occultists Wescott and Hort), not some man who happens to get glorified in the mainstream media, like Graham, Warren, Robertson, etc. Alot like the Boreans(sp) did in Acts 17.
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    Hmmm... could this be the anti-Christ, and is this the start of the rapture? Find out following this commercial break.
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    That's right. The only exception among the major cults I can think of would be Bhuddism, but even certain sects have "leaders" like the Dali Lama (sp?) but at least they seem to be men of the earth. Most of the older religions had shamens of some sort, who had social and political importance.

    I am at peace worshiping the Sine Wave.

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