Are these not the last days folks? …
Source: David Cloud, Way Of Life Literature
“WARREN FEATURES ROMAN CATHOLIC MARY DEVOTEE AT HIS ‘APOLOGETICS’ CONFERENCE
Warren’s 2010 Apologetics Weekend conference featured Roman Catholic Peter Kreeft. He is an apologist, for sure: an apologist for Rome. In his book Ecumenical Jihad: Ecumenism and the Culture War, Kreeft says is “very likely” that there is a “hidden Christ” in pagan religions, so that Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, etc., will be saved “through Christ and His grace” even though they do not consciously know or worship Jesus Christ (pp. 156, 157). Kreeft urges his readers to dedicate themselves “to the Immaculate Heart of Mary,” because Mary “is the one who will win this war” and is the one “who triumphs over Satan” (p. 169). Kreeft says “Allah is not another God … we worship the same God” (p. 160). Kreeft worships the wafer of the Catholic Mass “because it is Christ” (p. 162). He thinks that God prefers to work through the intercession of Mary and the saints (p. 154). Kreeft says that he will follow the pope “everywhere he leads” (“Hauled Aboard the Ark by Peter,”). Kreeft is a heavy promoter of Catholic contemplation, which is sweeping through evangelicalism. He attributes his conversion to Rome partly to the writings of the mystic John of the Cross.
Where are those conservative Southern Baptists who are lifting their voices to sound a plain warning about Rick Warren’s errors? The silence is deafening.
In the strongest terms we urge our readers to beware of Rick Warren and the Purpose Driven philosophy. Rick Warren’s books are accepted by the world (e.g., his “40 Days of Purpose” has been used by Coco-Cola, Ford, Wal-Mart, the NBA, LPGA, NASCAR, professional baseball teams, etc.), because he is of the world.
Friends in Christ, beware. This deluded but popular man is a dangerous spiritual guide.”