Saddleback Pastor Rick Warren requests $1 Million in two days

CNN reported on December 31, 2009 that Evangelical pastor Rick Warren, who generated controversy for giving the invocation at President Barack Obama's inauguration, is asking followers to donate nearly $1 Million by the year's end.

In our letter of January 5, 2009, which is posted on this website under the listing of articles, we explained to him that he was a false apostle who preached after a false Christ and after the spirit of this world and not after the wisdom and knowledge of God (1 Cor. 2:4-14). We also informed him what he must do to be able to understand and discern the Bible (1 Cor. 2:14; John 10:1) and how he can come to know the spirit he serves (Luke 9:55).

We also wrote the following in our earlier letter:

By clicking on Google Search this morning and entering "evangelical scandals" it listed over 440,000 sites. Can the blind lead the blind? Shall they both not fall into the ditch (Matthew 15:14; Luke 6:39)? The believers already know the answer to the last question and it is an astounding "Yes", without any doubt whatsoever.

CNN also reported recently that a former Catholic Archbishop in Argentina has been sentenced to eight years in prison for sexual abuse of a seminary student in 1992.

For a better understanding of the above news-items, our message of repentance and God's judgment on this present world, we invite you to review our earlier letter to Rick Warren and the articles False Apostles and False Christs and Barack Obama ~ President of the United States of America.

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