Evangelical Christian Leaders Being Recruited for Globalist Agendas
JBS | August 14, 2007
Rev. Charles Roberts, Ph.D.
Although it may appear that a younger generation of ministers is changing the face and voice of Protestant evangelicalism, the reality is that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Follow this link to the original source: " Who speaks for America's evangelicals? "
A recent article in USA TODAY sought to ask, and answer, the question of, "Who Speaks for America's Evangelicals?" That's a reasonable question to ask given the recent passing of Jerry Falwell and the decreasing influence wielded by the Christian Coalition and its founder, Pat Robertson. The older guard of Protestant evangelicals were very much in the hip pocket of the Republican party, but the new leaders are striking what appears, on the surface at least, to be a different pose.
The USA TODAY article pays special attention to The Purpose Driven Life author, mega church pastor and now "global strategist" Rick Warren . Warren's influence among church-growth oriented churches has been immense, with hundreds of pastors and church leaders adopting everything from his techniques to increase church attendance to his manner of dress and appearance.
Warren's interests over the past several years have expanded from church and religion related issues to those of global politics . This expanding interest is no coincidence. In early February last year, the globalist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) signaled a new plan to directly recruit and use Evangelical leaders for its agenda.
One of the first and most visible to be co-opted in this new plan is none other than CFR member Rick Warren. Riding the wave of his fame and popularity as a Christian evangelical pastor and author, he promotes agendas that coordinate nicely with the Council's globalist agenda. Warren recently toured Syria and met with Syrian political and religious leaders and later announced that it was a "moderate" country. A previously scheduled visit to Communist North Korea was apparently postponed .
Throughout its history these United States have been enriched by people of faith bringing the principles of their religious beliefs to bear in the arena of civil government. What has made those contributions unique and helpful is that they are grounded in the distinctive principles of the worldview derived from the Judeo-Christian tradition.
The old guard, "Christian Right" leaders such as Falwell, Robertson, and James Dobson for varioius reasons supported Republican candidates who had either direct or indirect ties to globalist think tanks and elitist groups. The new guard Evangelical leaders are nowadays directly recruited by globalists to espouse their plans for elite, world management. Of course leaders like Rick Warren dress up their political and social interests in religious and Biblical language, but they do their constituents, and the nation, a disservice by throwing aside their original belief systems for the globalist agendas of decidedly secularist groups like the CFR.
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