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Thursday, December 13, 2012
WND Taking Shots At Rick Warren Again
Topic: WorldNetDaily

WorldNetDaily has had it in for pastor Rick Warren for quite some time. Warren and WND editor Joseph Farah have traded potshots for years, with a brief interlude of nice-ish articles about him seemingly done in an effort to get Warren off his back.

Now, WND has decided to take another shot at Warren. A Dec. 11 article by Drew Zahn tells the story of a man who "left his position as a Microsoft executive to launch a thriving megachurch in Arizona and travel the world with evangelical superstar Rick Warren to train others in the methods of 'The Purpose Driven Life'" who is accused of telling a woman in his church "to have sex with him with 'God’s approval' and divorce her husband."

Needless to say, Zahn makes no effort to contact this pastor or any of his possible supporters for their side of the story; instead he quotes an anti-Warren activist who complains that "Warren has built his organizations upon secular business management philosophies rather than the foundation of Jesus Christ."

Also needless to say, Zahn waits until the 12th paragraph of his 14-paragraph story to note said anti-Warren activist conceding that "In all fairness to Rick Warren, there is no direct connection between him and what this pastor is being sued for regarding sexual exploitation."


Posted by Terry K. at 9:20 PM EST

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