Spiritual Euthanasia

A Parable of the Purpose Driven Church Purpose Driven Christianity . . . A Way That Seems Right
Unto Man, Or Who's End Is Destruction "First they came for ?resisters? and ?pillars? of
Brunswick Reformed Church, Brunswick, Ohio because they opposed Purpose Driven Life and Church,
but I didn't speak up because I was not a member of Reformed Church of American (RCA)
denomination.

Then they came after a lady who was an elder lady in the faith who had been with the First
Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas since 1956 by shouting her down with spiritual euthanasia and
aggressive mean-spirited behavior, and the intimidation of seven attorneys, because she opposed
them turning their landmark Criswell Center into a Purpose Driven entertainment center. But I
did not speak up because I was not a widow.

Then they held a trial for two families at Valley Baptist Church in Lakeland, Minnesota, but I
didn't speak up because I was not a member of the General Baptist Convention.

Then they came after 165 members of Gardendale Baptist Church, Corpus Christi, Texas and ran
them out of the church, but I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Southern Baptist.

Then a brother did finally speak up and tried to warn Eugene Christian Fellowship because they
had gone Purpose Driven, but they threatened legal action and told him to stop spamming them.
But I did not speak up for fear of being accused of spamming or being sued by a church.

Then a news reporter for a large Christian radio network sounded the alarm on His Holy Hill of
this clear and present danger. They ran the story, but received more gnashing of teeth from
callers then they had ever had, so they censored this story from their Agape Press print media
news service.

Then still another brother on another Christian radio ministry broadcast testimonies of
Christians thrown out of their churches across the country, but the network threatened to
remove his show from the air, if another broadcast was ever made that said anything bad about
Rick Warren. But I did not speak up because I had friends and family who were either employed
by an organization that promoted Purpose Driven Church, or were in Purpose Driven Church, and I
did not want to lose those relationships.

Then they came after a large group of members at New Hope Church in Bend, Oregon. But I didn't
speak up because I wasn't a member of The Evangelical Church denomination or the National
Association of Evangelicals.

Then they came after a carpenter and his wife at Calvary Community Church in Phoenix, Arizona
with the police and a sheriff and escorted him out of the church and off of the grounds for
trying to expose the deeds of darkness and the teachings of Rick Warren, telling him that if he
returned, he would be arrested. But I didn't speak up because I wasn't a member of the Calvary
Chapel denomination.

Then they came after the Chinese Christian & Missionary Alliance Church in Colorado Springs and
seized their $650,000 church property, $18,000 bank accounts, Chinese library, Chinese Bible
translation and kicked them out. But I wasn't Chinese, so I didn't speak up. Then they came
after the Vietnamese Christian & Missionary Alliance Church 'Boat People'

in Long Beach, California, and seized their $90,000 bank account. But I wasn't Vietnamese, so
I remained silent. Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak up
for me, because every church in the nation had become Purpose Driven and part of his Global
PEACE Plan."

Compiled and Adapted by James Sundquist Based on Rev. Martin Neimoeller's Poem below written in
1945 ©2005, 2008 Rock Salt Publishing Used by Permission "In Germany, the Nazis first came for
the Communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the
Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew.

Then they came for the trade unionists, but I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade
unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, but I didn't speak up because I was a Protestant.

Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak for me." (Rev. Martin
Neimoeller, German Lutheran Pastor. Rev. Neimoeller was arrested by the Gestapo for opposing
Hitler and was sent to Dachau in 1938. He was freed by Allied forces in 1945.)

So I pray that you take heed. For even if you are correct that I am angry and full of hate,
that would not justify your failure to respons to the Vietnamese cries.
Sincerely in Christ,
James Sundquist
Director
Rock Salt Publishing
 
 
 
       
 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 
       

 
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