American Churches To Embrace Chrislam On June 26, 2011
American churches to deny Jesus Christ on June 26, 2011
“Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in [them]; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean [thing]; and I will receive you, And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.” 2 Corinthians 6:14-18
NTEB has reported extensively on the growing Chrislam movement. Chrislam, started in part by Rick Warren of Saddleback Church’s embrace of the joining of Christianity and Islam, has grown dramatically and now has infected many hundreds of churches and denominations all across America. A new group called Faith Shared is now spearheading the move to merge Christianity with Islam, and in the process provoking the very judgment of God down upon us as a nation. (NOTE: Rick Warren is not affiliated as far as we know with Faith Shared)
The following is taken directly from the Faith Shared website:
“Faith Shared asks houses of worship across the country to organize events involving clergy reading from each other’s sacred texts. An example would be a Christian Minister, Jewish Rabbi and Muslim Imam participating in a worship service or other event.
Suggested readings will be provided from the Torah, the Gospels, and the Qur’an, but communities are encouraged to choose readings that will resonate with their congregations. Involvement of members from the Muslim community is key.
We will also provide suggestions on how to incorporate this program into your regular worship services. And we will assist local congregations in their media and communications efforts.
While there is a strong preference for all of the events to happen on the same day, a number of congregations held interfaith services in January and February giving us wonderful examples of how communities can come together in support and fellowship. We will be posting photos, sample programs and audio files from theses services.
Faith Shared will collect images and videos from these events to use in our efforts to spread this message of respect and understanding from America.
Tensions around Islam in America have erupted throughout the country in the past year, leading to misconceptions, distrust and in some cases violence. News stories on the rising tide of anti-Muslim bigotry and violence abound, with graphic and often searing images of the antagonists, the protagonists and the battlegrounds where they meet. All too often, media coverage simplistically pits Muslims against would-be Qur’an burners, neglecting any substantive representation of where the majority of Americans actually stand: a shared commitment to tolerance and freedom. We are committed to ensuring that the storyline changes dramatically in 2011 by helping to create an environment of mutual understanding and respect for each other’s faith traditions.” source – Faith Shared
The Rogue’s Gallery
The following are churches across the US who have agreed to sponsor a Chrislam service:
|Anchorage First Christian||Anchorage||AK|
|University Presbyterian Church||Tuscaloosa||AL|
|Quapaw Quarter UMC||Little Rock||AR|
|Federated Community Church||Flagstaff||AZ|
|First UMC Phoenix||Phoenix||AZ|
|All Saints Cathedral||Pasadena||CA|
|First United Lutheran,||San Francisco||CA|
|Light of ChristEcumenical Catholic Church||Longmont||CO|
|Park Hill Congregational||Denver||CO|
|Riverfront Family Church||Hartford||CT|
|The National Cathedral||Washington||DC|
|North American Old Catholic Church||Washington||DC|
|National City Christian Church||Washington||DC|
|New Ark United Church of Christ||Newark||DE|
|Faith United Church of Christ||Clearwater||FL|
|Unitarian Universalist Church of Pensacola||Pensacola||FL|
|United Church of Christ at The Villages||The Villages||FL|
|Virginia Highland Church||Atlanta||GA|
|Decatur United Church of Christ||Decatur||GA|
|The Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist||College Park||GA|
|St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church||Honolulu||HI|
|Church of the Epiphany||Honolulu||HI|
|Cathedral of St. Andrew, the Episcopal Diocese of HI||Honolulu||HI|
|Collegiate United Methodist Church and Wesley Foundation||Ames||IA|
|Congregational United Church of Christ||Iowa City||IA|
|Urbandale UCC Church||Urbndale||IA|
|Hillview United Methodist||Boise||ID|
|Boise First United Methodist Church, Cathedral of the Rockies||Boise||ID|
|First United of Oak Park||Chicago||IL|
|St Thomas Mission||Chicago||IL|
|The Chicago Temple First UMC||Chicago||IL|
|First Presbyterian Church of Fort Wayne||Fort Wayne||IN|
|Northminster Baptist Church||Monroe||LA|
|The Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst||Amherst||MA|
|Church of Our Savior||Arlington||MA|
|St Paul’s Cathedral||Boston||MA|
|Old Cambridge Baptist Church||Cambridge||MA|
|Hadwen Park Congregational Church||Worcester||MA|
|Veritas United Church of Christ||Hagerstown||MD|
|Trinity United Methodist||Mountain Grove||MO|
|St. Mary’s Episcopal Church||Ely||MN|
|First Congregational||Great Falls||MT|
|MtView/Trinity UM Parish||Butte||MT|
|Unitarian Universalist Ocean County Congregation,||Toms River||NJ|
|Christ Episcopal Church||Toms River||NJ|
|Zion Methodist Church||Las Vegas||NV|
|Prepare New York||New York||NY|
|Auburn Theological Seminary||New York||NY|
|The Sacred Center of New York||New York||NY|
|Christ Church United Methodist||NewYork||NY|
|The Riverside Church of New York||New York||NY|
|All Souls Bethelehem Church||Brooklyn||NY|
|First Congregational UCC||Corvalis||OR|
|Spirit of Peace United Church of Christ||Sioux Falls||SD|
|Baha’i Faith Community Center||Nashville||TN|
|Saint John’s United Methodist Church||Austin||TX|
|Hope for Peace & Justice Interfaith Peace Chapel||Dallas||TX|
|Cathedral of Hope||Dallas||TX|
|Wasatch Presbyterian Church of Salt Lake City||Salt Lake City||UT|
|Grace Episcopal Church||St George||UT|
|United Church of Bellows Falls||Bellow Falls||VT|
|Cathedral of the Diocese of Vermont||Burlington||VT|
|Vermont Ecumenical Council & Bible Society||Burlington||VT|
|Dummerston Congregational Church UCC||Drummerston||VT|
|Memorial United Church of Christ||Fitchburg||WI|
|Trinity Episcopal Church||Janesville||WI|
|First Congregational Church UCC Casper||Casper||WY|
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