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Christianity Johnson on 15 Aug 2008 08:43 pm

Rick Warren, Barack Obama and John McCain will sit down to discuss their religious beliefs

On saturday, Barack Obama and John McCain will meet with pastor Rick Warren to discuss their beliefs:

Influential Pastor to Bring Candidates Together for the First Time

“Rick Warren is really the anti-Jerry Falwell,” said Alan Wolfe, director of the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life at Boston College.

Wolfe told FOXNews.com that Warren has the ability to broaden the evangelical agenda, but he said Warren’s clout stems from a “movement on the ground.”

“He’s giving them a voice, and it’s very important,” he said. “I think he’s a major figure, definitely America’s next Billy Graham.”

Warren, author of the best-selling book “The Purpose-Driven Life,” has with his wife, Kay, been a leading advocate for HIV/AIDS victims worldwide.

If you read “The Purpose Driven Life”, what you will find is Warren’s belief that God’s plan controls everything. Thus, human beings have no free will:

Proving that God’s Plan is impossible (video version)

Undersanding God’s Plan (text version)

Anyone who thinks about Warren’s beliefs for more than 30 seconds can see that they are ridiculous. And anyone who thinks about God for more than an hour or two can see that God is imaginary. Yet we live in a society immersed in religion.

One day we will look back at this period of time in Human history with deep embarrassment. We live in a time when our leaders meet to publicly discuss their delusions.

3 Responses to “Rick Warren, Barack Obama and John McCain will sit down to discuss their religious beliefs”

  1. on 16 Aug 2008 at 2:28 am 1.Silvester USmarine said …

    To the developer of this website, your over analitical belief will destroy your own soul.I bet if you were in a mine field and got your leg blown off you wouldnt call your moma, but your own natural instinct would have you say oh my god oh my god.
    or maybe you consider your life meaningless and without a purpose, oh i guess your purpose is to prove that faith is a waste of time. What a sad legacy to leave behind that you were a hopeless individual and will possibly find yourself in the second life in hell.GOODLUCK.
    Remember… Change is good.

  2. on 18 Aug 2008 at 12:20 pm 2.Snag said …

    Rick Warren and John McCain CHEAT!

    NYT: Despite Assurances, McCain Wasn’t in a ‘Cone of Silence’

    CNN gets Rick Warren of Saddleback Church to admit that John McCain could have heard the questions prior to coming to the stage

  3. on 24 Aug 2008 at 12:58 pm 3.Bart said …

    Hebrews 9:27 27 And as it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment,
    The New King James Version, (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers) 1998, c1982.


    If I’m wrong it’s no big deal and it simply means I spent my life living by a moral standard which never hurt anyone.

    If you are wrong it will be a big problem for you and all of those who believe your delusion.

    Are you willing to take the chance?


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