Super popular Saddleback mega church pastor Rick Warren has become a punching bag for mainstream evangelicals for the things he says in the TV media (which absolutely loves him) and social media.
Warren is famous for making controversial remarks on homosexuality and gay marriage which disappointed many conservative Christians.
In his prayer at the presidential inauguration in 2008 he showed his true syncretic colors when he called Jesus by the unbiblical and false name, the prophet “Isa,” which is the non-diety entity found in Islamic scripture.
Here is the latest puzzling tweet from the ecumenical pastor:
“Join me today in fasting and prayer for the 115 Cardinals seeking God’s Will in a new leader.”
This is coming from an evangelical leader.
Does that mean he thinks that the pope really is The Holy Father, God’s representative here on earth as sustained by Catholic doctrine?
Has Rick Warren asked himself how many of those 115 cardinals were perhaps involved in the sex abuse scandals which have been rocking the Catholic Church over the last couple of decades?
Does Rick Warren agree with the Catholic Church doctrines on salvation by works and by beatitudes, transubstantiation, purgatory (salvation after death), and many other heresies?
Does Rick Warren really think that the 115 cardinals are fulfilling God’s will in this process of electing a pope?
Is Rick Warren really an Evangelical?
Or is he a wolf in sheep’s clothing?