In Layman's Terms

Back to Life: Rick Warren’s Moral Relativism

August 16, 2020 Matthew Garnett
In Layman's Terms
Back to Life: Rick Warren’s Moral Relativism
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In Layman's Terms
Back to Life: Rick Warren’s Moral Relativism
Aug 16, 2020
Matthew Garnett

 If Rick Warren was some spring chicken, I might give him a pass on this, but he's not. In this sermon, I am convinced he is trying to mainstream moral relativism. He knows the age old mantra of "don't judge" as used by those who want to do away with the moral moorings of Western Christianity. Sadly, there's simply no other way to weigh this out. Rick Warren is an enemy of the Gospel. In fact, he can't be bothered to mention the Gospel as a remedy to all of this in his sermon here. He has, in fact, joined the radicals and has become an enemy of the Gospel. The mantra of groups like BLM and Antifa is, "Don't judge; especially if it cuts against your agenda." Unfortunately, I've known Warren for too many years and too often to simply pass this off as ignorance. Warren has submitted to the radical agenda of moral relativism. 

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 If Rick Warren was some spring chicken, I might give him a pass on this, but he's not. In this sermon, I am convinced he is trying to mainstream moral relativism. He knows the age old mantra of "don't judge" as used by those who want to do away with the moral moorings of Western Christianity. Sadly, there's simply no other way to weigh this out. Rick Warren is an enemy of the Gospel. In fact, he can't be bothered to mention the Gospel as a remedy to all of this in his sermon here. He has, in fact, joined the radicals and has become an enemy of the Gospel. The mantra of groups like BLM and Antifa is, "Don't judge; especially if it cuts against your agenda." Unfortunately, I've known Warren for too many years and too often to simply pass this off as ignorance. Warren has submitted to the radical agenda of moral relativism.