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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Pastor Rick Warren Says Abortion in America Has Been a "Holocaust" Resulting in "46 Million Americans not Being Here" - Video 11/29/09


Here is video of Pastor Rick Warren on Meet the Press today, where he said candidly that he believes abortion has been a "holocaust" in America since the Roe vs. Wade decision, a "holocaust" that has resulted in in "46 million Americans not being here" and voting today. Warren engaged in a wide-ranging discussion with moderator David Gregory. Warren said he is "not pro-Life" but is "whole life," believing we need to not only protect the unborn, but be concerned about the poor and disadvantaged of our society as well.

Warren refused to grade President Obama's performance in office, but did say he personally believes the number one priority right now should be "jobs" - to get people back to work.

Here is video of the complete interview.

4 comments:

Anonymous,  November 29, 2009 at 2:13 PM  

he is right on one thing jobs. But Rick warren has an agenda too. His agenda is part of the UNs Non Government Organization (NGO)Global Peace Plan. Here tricky Ricky desires to utilize his church and his Purpose Driven organization to fullfill a commit that Obama desires a part of the One World Government. It is odd that he is chiming in now just before Christmas when he will have another special at Christmas to spread his filth. It is odd this pastor had the Obama at his church to speak at least once. Another preacher peddling for profit

Anonymous,  November 29, 2009 at 2:24 PM  

See the similariities he is not pro -life per see but whole life. Remember the conception of life in regards to Obama is above his pay grade. There is someting odd her as he will not give his friend Obama a grade. Well here is my grade for Obama F Here is my grade for Tricky Ricky F. Both of them are failures. Both of them come from churches that thrive on controversary. Both of them come from churches that are not even considered Christian any longer but are New Age, New World Order bastions of lunacy

Brian November 29, 2009 at 2:35 PM  

Anonymous,
Rick Warren is clearly pro-life, which he prefers to call "whole life." It is mis-characterizing his comments to say he meant otherwise.

He called abortion in America a "Holocaust" with 46 million Americans not here as a result. I think if you will listen to the full interview.

Warren's church is definitely considered Christian. Saddleback is a strong, Evangelical church in California. You don't have to like him or agree with him, but it is simply not accurate to say his church is not considered "Christian" by the vast majority of Christians in America.

Larry S November 29, 2009 at 7:13 PM  

It's a sad sign of the times. If you're an extremist rightwing evangelical, but not exactly the same sort of extremist rightwing evangelical that I am, I get to decree that you're not "really" a Christian.

How incredibly sad.

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