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    Evangelist on BEL re Rick Warren

    This is the show from Tuesday December 23rd, 2008.

    BEST QUOTE OF THE SHOW:
    Rick Warren is a poster child for the word "compromise."
    SUMMARY:

    * The Internet's Leading Evangelist: Bill Keller launched LivePrayer.com in the 1990s in the same year that Bob Enyart launched KGOV.com. Seven hundred retired pastors respond personally to the tens of thousands of daily prayer requests sent to LivePrayer.com and more than two million people subscribe to Pastor Keller's daily devotional! Bob and Pastor Keller discuss the problem of compromised Christian leaders like Rick Warren and his Purpose Driven Life.

    * The Rick Warren/Obama Connection: Bill and Bob discuss how Rick Warren must see his purpose as giving Barack Obama a false sense of security, as the President-Elect heads to hell with Warren's blessings.

    * Years Ago Christian Leaders:
    - supported laws that legitimized sex only within marriage
    - then they agreed with the decriminalization of pornography (as free speech)
    - then they agreed with the decriminalization of fornication (shacking up, etc.)
    - then they agreed with the decriminalization of adultery (with another man's wife)
    - then they agreed with the decriminalization of homosexuality
    - then they agreed with homosexual adoption of children
    - then George Bush and the false conservatives advocated civil unions
    - then John McCain (with Barack Obama) voted against the Federal Marriage Amendment
    - and now as regards legislation Christian leaders only oppose homosexual marriage. That's it.
    Just a few short years ago in Lawrence v. Texas, many Christian groups and Focus on the Family lobbied against legalized homosexuality yet these groups now oppose the re-criminalization of homosexuality and have therefore sided with Hillary, Hollywood, humanists and the homosexuals themselves against Jesus, Moses, Paul and 3,500 years of Judaeo-Christian legal principle. W e at Bob Enyart Live expect that soon, Christian leaders continuing this moral relativism will compromise also on "gay marriage" also and will hold out only with opposition to homosexual dental care!
    (For documentation of this moral slide among Christian leaders see BEL's groundbreaking DVD Focus on the Strategy!)

    Post-show Notes: Have you seen Bob's Entropy and evolution debate? Bob debated a trained evolutionist about an article from the American Journal of Physics, and the author of that article, Daniel F. Styer, has joined the debate! If you like science, and have interest in the creation/evolution debate, check out this debate!

    * BEL Indiana Seminars: Bob Enyart is coming to Indiana, Goshen in the evening of Jan. 29th and Indianapolis on Saturday January 31st, to present a brand new BEL Seminar titled Hermeneutics: Tools for Studying the Bible. Learn how to use tools of interpretation as you study the Bible. And as importantly, Bob will discuss the principles involved for prioritizing these hermeneutics and how to decide which tool to use in which instance. You'll love it! Click for more info and to register please call 1-800-8Enyart!

    Today's Resource: For over thirty-five years Bob Enyart has studied God's Word praying for the wisdom to share the truth of Scripture with a lost and dying world. Now you can benefit from this very exciting Bible study through The Tree CD album (also available in immediate download) which will take you back to the Garden of Eden to examine the legacy and impact of the famous Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. And find out from the Bible where that astounding tree is today!
    Last edited by Bob Enyart; December 29th, 2008, 10:31 AM.
    WARNING: Graphic video here.

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    oy veh
    Last edited by yeshuaslavejeff; May 12th, 2010, 12:47 PM.
    ......

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    • #3
      Originally posted by yeshuaslavejeff View Post
      Who's more dangerous to multitudes of souls = rcc abominations or homo abominations ? (both abominations to Yhvh and directly at war with Yhvh's Word)
      Who is more dangerous abominations or those willing to damn the abominations here on Earth...

      Isn't our God, a God of tolerance and benevolence...who are we as worshippers, practicers, faithful adherents to God's law, to be condemners...are we not to be seekers of sins and baptizers in the ways of God. Jesus, despite if you seem him as Messiah or prophet, went to the worst or the worst, and are we not to do the same without damnation, but with love.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Fidei View Post
        Who is more dangerous abominations or those willing to damn the abominations here on Earth...

        Isn't our God, a God of tolerance and benevolence...who are we as worshippers, practicers, faithful adherents to God's law, to be condemners...are we not to be seekers of sins and baptizers in the ways of God. Jesus, despite if you seem him as Messiah or prophet, went to the worst or the worst, and are we not to do the same without damnation, but with love.
        Although God forgives sin, He doesn't wink at it. Yes, He forgave the woman at the well but He also told her, "Go and sin no more."
        WARNING: Graphic video here.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jefferson View Post
          Although God forgives sin, He doesn't wink at it. Yes, He forgave the woman at the well but He also told her, "Go and sin no more."
          The dispensation of the grace of God:

          "God was in Christ reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them."

          God isn't angry at the world today over their sin. He will
          be
          angry at them if they die or enter the tribulation having rejected the gospel of Christ.
          Originally posted by Interplanner
          They can't compete with a real writer and grammar scholar
          Originally posted by Interplanner
          You're too literal to get it.
          Originally posted by Interplanner
          The New Covenant preceded the Old Covenant.

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          • #6
            So a major part of the show was to bring one evangelist on to talk smack about another evangelist?

            Regardless of your opinions of either, isn't that otherwise simply referred to as gossip?

            Why not just have Warren on and address him directly and ask him to defend himself?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by assuranceagent View Post
              So a major part of the show was to bring one evangelist on to talk smack about another evangelist?

              Regardless of your opinions of either, isn't that otherwise simply referred to as gossip?

              Why not just have Warren on and address him directly and ask him to defend himself?
              The point was not to talk smack about another, the point was to show the downfall of today’s Christians leaders.

              I am sure they would love to have Warren on the show.
              http://prolifeprofiles.com/

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              • #8
                I like most of the stuff I've heard from Warren. 'Coures I'm not a fundementalist...
                "Haven't seen the back of us yet..."

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                • #9
                  Fidei, who would you criticize more...

                  Originally posted by Fidei View Post
                  Who is more dangerous abominations or those willing to damn the abominations here on Earth...

                  who are we as worshippers... to be condemners
                  Fidei, I'm curious: who would you criticize more:
                  a) those who slaughter Jews, or
                  b) those who rebuke those murderers;

                  a) those who enslave Blacks, or
                  b) those who rebuke slaveholders;

                  a) those who butcher unborn children, or
                  b) those who rebuke the butchcers?

                  Also, when you criticize others for criticizing others, how do you evaluate your behavior?

                  Can you reply to these two questions?

                  Thanks.

                  -Pastor Bob Enyart
                  Denver Bible Church & KGOV.com
                  The Bob Enyart Live talk show airs at KGOV.com weekdays at 5 pm E.T. Also, same time, same station, check out Theology Thursday (.com) and on Fridays, Real Science Radio (.com) a.k.a. rsr.org. All shows are available 24/7 and you can call us at at 1-800-8Enyart.

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                  • #10
                    I hate to speak for him, but I think his point would be that its not us to criticise as our first course of action.

                    Our lives should not be judgement calls of who is desevring of most bile and critic should they? Now its difficult to point this out without citisising anyone but thats the joy of life.

                    and it interesting that in responding to your critic of Rick Warren you justify it by suggesting its Ok to criticise with murders, slaveowners and abortionsits. Now im not a big fan or Rick but I do think that a little unfair.

                    Originally posted by Bob Enyart View Post
                    Fidei, I'm curious: who would you criticize more:
                    a) those who slaughter Jews, or
                    b) those who rebuke those murderers;

                    a) those who enslave Blacks, or
                    b) those who rebuke slaveholders;

                    a) those who butcher unborn children, or
                    b) those who rebuke the butchcers?

                    Also, when you criticize others for criticizing others, how do you evaluate your behavior?

                    Can you reply to these two questions?

                    Thanks.

                    -Pastor Bob Enyart
                    Denver Bible Church & KGOV.com
                    SJKW Extraordinaire

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Servo View Post
                      The point was not to talk smack about another, the point was to show the downfall of today’s Christians leaders.

                      I am sure they would love to have Warren on the show.
                      That's a show I'd love to have a listen to. Wonder if they could get Osteen on?

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