Rick Warren's trip to Syria - continuedPDFPrintE-mail
Written by Chris Perver  
Sunday, 26 November 2006 17:00
This link from my friend Kathi...

He claimed his words were misrepresented by the Syrian press. He claimed that there were no recordings made of his meeting with Bashar Assad. He claimed his visit with President Bashar Assad of Syria was not a "Politically Driven Trip". Would you trust a man who is one of Christendom's best selling authors and who pastors a church boasting a membership of tens of thousands? I would have. Well apparently it seems our friend Rick Warren has been a little economical with the truth. In fact, some of his previous statements about what actually happened in Damascus seem to be "Purpose Driven Lies". Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily has obtained audio recordings of Rick Warren's message to President Bashar Assad, and this is what the pastor says...

Quote: ""Syria's a place that has Muslims and Christians living together for 1,400 years. So it's a lot more peaceful, honestly, than a lot of other places because Christians were here first. "In fact, you know Saul of Tarsus - Saul was a Syrian. St. Paul, on the road to Damascus, had his conversion experience and so Christians have been here the longest, and they get along with the Muslims and the Muslims get along with them. There's a lot less tension than in other places. "It's a moderate country, and the official government rule and position is not to allow any extremism of any kind."

Hmmm... This coming from a man who is a member of the New World Order group - the Council on Foreign Relations - and claims to know more about the Middle East than anyone else? A man who claims to be a Christian, but who sees nothing wrong in telling lies in order to protect his own image? Judge for yourself...

1st Timothy 4:1-2
Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron;

Source WorldNetDaily