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SADDLEBACK STABBER: Has Rick Warren renounced Christianity by affirming a Document signed by Islamists?- Category:News
SADDLEBACK STABBER: Has Rick Warren renounced Christianity by affirming a Document signed by Islamists?

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When 138 Muslim clerics signed a document entitled, “A Common Word between Us and You,” it was portrayed as an attempt to unite Muslims and Christians. The document, however, asserted that the Islamic God known as “Allah” and the Christian God known as “Yawheh” are one in the same, that Christians and Muslims worship the same God.

Ted Shoebat, son of a former Muslim terrorist who was once a Muslim Brotherhood activist and PLO member, sees the act of signing the document, “Loving God and Neighbor Together,” as one that necessarily includes a renouncing of Christianity. “The push for Chrisitans to beg for Islamic acceptance and to express tolerance by declaring Allah as one with the Christian God,” Shoebat says, “leaves us to wonder as to why Muslims are not the ones apologizing for past atrocities and accepting Jesus Christ.”

In a video – link below – it's pointed out that there is a verse in the Qur'an itself which explains the intent of the use of the phrase, “a Common Word.” It says the following in Sura 3:64:

“O people of the Book (Christians)! Come to a common word between us and you, that we worship none but Allah, and that we associate partners with Him, and that none of us shall take others as lords besides Allah.”

There are two very fundamental differences between the Islamic and Christian Gods. Muslims believe that their God is without a Son and denies the Trinity. Christians believe the opposite. Any common word between the two must reconcile those things. For Christians to believe that Muslims worship the same God, Muslims must accept the Holy Trinity and Jesus.

Interestingly, one of the signatures on “A Common Word” is none other thatn Ground Zero mosque Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, whose NYC mosque was going to be called the Cordoba House. This carried historical significance because Cordoba, Spain is where Muslims transformed a Church into a Mosque hundreds of years ago. In the case of Cordoba, the Ground Zero mosque was named after a conquest. In the case of “A Common Word,” the signatories follow their own Qur'an's instructions on how to pursue forced conversions while using stealth.


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