Rick Warren: Christians Need to be Like Hitler, Stalin, and Mao

December 7, 2009 at 10:58 pm | Posted in American politics | 1 Comment

Are you kidding me?

“In 1939, in a stadium much like this, in Munich Germany, they packed it out with young men and women in brown shirts, for a fanatical man standing behind a podium named Adolf Hitler, the personification of evil. And in that stadium, those in brown shirts formed with their bodies a sign that said, in the whole stadium, “Hitler, we are yours.”

And they nearly took the world.

Lenin once said, “give me 100 committed, totally committed men and I’ll change the world.” And, he nearly did.

A few years ago, they took the sayings of Chairman Mao, in China, put them in a little red book, and a group of young people committed them to memory and put it in their minds and they took that nation, the largest nation in the world by storm because they committed to memory the sayings of the Chairman Mao.

When I hear those kinds of stories, I think ‘what would happen if American Christians, if world Christians, if just the Christians in this stadium, followers of Christ, would say ‘Jesus, we are yours’?

The dude has lost his marbles.

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  1. I don’t normally do this, but this is one of the most absurd things I’ve ever read… I’m not actually talking about Rick Warren…I don’t even know the guy or what he is about. I suppose it’s clear that he’s a Christian, but I’m referring to how this is titled. How could you ever say that this is suggesting that Christians need to be like Hitler, Stalin, or Mao? Are you completely unreasonable? I sure hope so because then this whole post might make some sense. CLEARLY Rick Warren is suggesting that he wishes people would devote themselves to Jesus with the fervor that some had devoted themselves to tyrants throughout history. It has nothing to do with him wanting Christians to be anything like Hitler, Stalin, or Mao. You are completely ridiculous to post this. You’ve completely slandered this person. I’m not even a Christian, but I don’t have any tolerance for this kind of writing. Ridiculous.

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