Would you rather be a Christian whose faith and belief is so strong that you’d accept being called a bigot for it or would you cede parts of your faith in order to be perceived as tolerant, all-encompasing, or – dare I say it – lukewarm? In light of what Jesus did for those who believe in Him, a willingness on the part of those believers to wear the “bigot” label seems like the least they could do.
But alas, there are so-called “Christian” church leaders – like Rick Warren – who have decided to sign a document with Islamists – including Ground Zero mosque Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and CAIR’s National Director, Nihad Awad – that says Christians and Muslims worship the same God. As the video below explains, that is fundamentally impossible. By signing that document, Rick Warren and others have denied the Trinity as well as a belief that rests at the core of Christianity – that Jesus is the Son of God who died for the sins of man. In other words, the “Christian” Church leaders who signed “A Common Word between us and you” have officially renounced their own faith.
But, hey, at least they can’t be called bigots, right?
**CORRECTION** The document signed by Rick Warren and other apologist pastors was NOT “A Common Word.” These pastors signed a document drafted in response to that document, called “Loving God and Neighbor Together.” The response document basically affirmed what the signatories of the initial document were seeking – dhimmitude.
Hopefully, after watching that video, you’ll look at these “Coexist” bumper stickers a little differently…