Rick Warren & the CFR Revisited
. . . Now, according to an e-mail from John Mogush, his assistant at Saddleback, his boss was just confused.
"Pastor Rick is not a member of the Council on Foreign Relations," he wrote one concerned constituent. "He was asked to become a member, but declined. If you can tell me where it was written, we will respond to them." (Joseph Farah, "Rick Warren: Is he or isn't he?" WorldNetDaily, 1/9/07)
Today's WorldNetDaily column by Joseph Farah, cited above, contains a stunning statement by Saddleback denying Rick Warren's membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). The story is a must-read. Farah concludes his analysis of Warren's conflicting statements by asking:
"So, what's it going to be, Rick Warren? Are you in or out? Are you now or have you ever been a member of the Council on Foreign Relations? Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?"
When all is said and done, does it make any difference if Rick Warren is or isn't a member of the CFR? Not really! The fact is that he has been associating with the CFR, and other like-minded globalist organizations.
It is grievous that a Christian leader the stature of Rick Warren is playing loose with truth. The involvement of professional public relations people putting various "spins"on these facts indicates some pretty serious integrity malfunctions.
But whether Rick Warren is an actual member (however that is defined) of the controversial and conspiratorial CFR isn't as important as the fact that he has been carrying out their historical agenda. As documented in the most recent Herescope posts from 11/12/06 through 12/19/06, Rick Warren has been following the roadmap for church and global transformation first articulated by early CFR leaders such as John Foster Dulles. In fact, he seems to have been following Dulles' roadmap so precisely that it is astonishing to observe.
"Remove from me the way of lying: and grant me Your Law graciously. I have chosen the way of Truth: Your Judgments have I laid before me." (Psalm 119:29-30)