Muslims and evangelical Christians are talking â€” at least behind closed doors at the Egyptian Embassy â€” according to several guests at a top-secret lunch last week.
The July 2 gathering lasted two hours and featured ambassadors from nine Arab states plus their umbrella group, and several prominent evangelical leaders or their sons.
"They were assessing the next generation," said Richard Cizik, vice president for governmental affairs of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) and one of the participants. "The meeting was reflective of the generational changes that are happening, and everyone knew it."
The meeting, which was orchestrated by Pentecostal evangelist Benny Hinn, focused on two issues, though the two groups had differing priorities. Whereas the Americans wanted to discuss the lack of religious freedom in Muslim countries, the ambassadors wanted to know whether Christians...
It is a shame that any Bible-believing Christian would listen to Benny Hinn! His M.O. can be found in 2 Peter. As for The World Council of Churches being evangelicals, they jettisoned the real gospel nearly a century ago!
Mike, I'll agree that the Roman Catholic Church is an apostate church, but it not THE Apostate Church, it will be a part of that one, no doubt.
"We pick up that title of the queen of heaven and associate it with doctrines relating to the virgin Mary. You see here that the worship of the queen of heaven antedates Christ by at least 500 years because Jeremiah the prophet is condemning it in Israel. We will have an apostate worship system in the 70th week of Daniel in which the Catholic church is going to play a key role. The protestant church is also going to play a key role. But the indication would seem to be that the Roman Catholic church will be leading the way. The protestant church is every bit as pagan in it's practices but does not have the solidified power that the Roman church has."
What you know, a group hosted by Benny Hinn, and the mirror group of the World Council of Churches, who call themselves evangelicals, the NAE, are having a friendly get-together with Muslims.
Apparently, Benny hasn't read that Pentecostals have been banned from Tunisia? It shows that the future Apostate Church of the Tribulation Period will consist of more than, Roman Catholics, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, but will have a few Pentecostals in that unsaved group also.