When an Orange County Register article about Rev. Rick Warren of Saddleback Churchâ€™s mission to heal differences between evangelical Christians and Muslims was published, many of Americaâ€™s Christians saw it as more evidence of Warrenâ€™s blurry vision of â€śChrislam,â€ť a blending of Christianity and Islam, despite his repeated denials.
The Feb. 23 article identified Saddleback documents that spell out the similarities between Christianity and Islam, saying that one document co-authored by Jihad Turk of the Christian-Muslim Consultative Group in Los Angeles and Abraham Meulenberg, pastor of Interfaith Outreach at Saddleback, claims the two religions â€śworship the same God.â€ť...
Scott McMahan wrote: The "King's Way" document that is at the heart of this controversy has not been published. I can't find it anywhere on the Internet. Why would anyone create a document and not publish it?
Therefore this whole controversy is based on hearsay
I agree with Scott McMahan! So many of todays smears are the result gossip,innuendo,and outright misinformation. We need to slow down and base our decisions on documentable facts and what actually is. No more dancing around the definition of "Is"
The "King's Way" document that is at the heart of this controversy has not been published. I can't find it anywhere on the Internet. Why would anyone create a document and not publish it?
Therefore this whole controversy is based on hearsay until this document is either published or leaked. The document in question was (apparently) previewed, at least partially, for a select audience at an event. Until the public has access to the document, there's no way to know what it actually says.