“This video begins with a 2018 update on the appeal we [Rev. Bob DeWaay] had made to Rick Warren to preach Christ. This appeal was obviously rejected because he continues to preach his unbiblical, man-centered message.
Author and speaker Warren B Smith and Ben Kinchlow (700 Club, 1993) discuss Warren’s testimony, book (The Light That Was Dark), and Helen Schucman’s–A Course in Miracles.
“Some of the things that Warren discusses in this talk include the following:
I converted to Christianity as a teenager. But the spiritual search continued. I practiced astral projection, became a skilled astrologer, and began to read tarot. I justified what I was doing as “service to others”, and felt superior to anyone who might judge me.
“…there are today so many churches with an attitude of great indifference to a creed, or a confessional standard, as meaning a real obligation for teaching. There is in the atmosphere today among the churches a dislike for “confessionalism.
College students talk with a gospel preacher named James outside of Bill Johnson’s Bethel Redding Church in Redding, California. They’ve just attended a “miracle service” officiated by Benny Hinn.
This strange short video raises many questions: