Global Peace Agenda with Rick Warren & Tony Blair

Blair & Warren at Saddleback

Disturbing news has reached me of a meeting held at Saddleback Church this week featuring ex Prime Minister Tony Blair. Blair is a Roman Catholic, and was recently in line for the post of President of the European Union.

I hardly know where to begin. Firstly Tony Blair, since he left 10 Downing Street, has been appointed official “peace envoy” to the Middle East and is heavily involved in interfaith dialogue around the world.

To this Rick Warren (author of the highly influential book “The Purpose Driven Life”) agrees.  In fact Warren joined the  advisory board of Blair’s world peace foundation.

Secondly, the long-term agenda of both this political leader and church leader is one and the same: to unite all cultures and faiths in a loving embrace of  “understanding and respect”, to set up churches “of faith” [no matter what faith] that will do good to all mankind, and bring peace and “light” to the world. Bible believers hardly need to be told what and whose agenda this really is. Let the wise consider it.

On March 7, 2011, Roger Oakland, founder of  Understand the Times, International, and two other members from his ministry attended the Peace in a Globalized Society forum at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California. Roger Oakland and his co-workers obtained eye-witness seats at the event that included well over 2000 people in attendance, and took notes.

What Oakland and his team heard caused them much concern. Their account is posted HERE under the title “Eye-Witness Account: Global Peace Forum at Saddleback with Rick Warren and Tony Blair Raises Serious Questions About Global Peace Plan”.

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  1. About 3 years or so ago a local Christian commentary had a call-in and the subject had something to do with Rick Warren (don’t recall what exactly). When I told him I thought Warren to be “one of the most dangerous men in all of Christendom” he scoffed. I believed it then; I believe it now.


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