The Brodersen/Warren Interview

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  1. Captain Kevin says:


  2. Captain Kevin says:

    “I can still bless them both as we follow God on different paths.” Amen Michael!

  3. Michael says:


    I’m beginning to think that most of the attacks on these guys come from insecurity…I need to think about it more.

    In any case, neither affects what I do …

  4. Stephen says:

    I, for one, fully enjoyed the interview and can see Rick Warrens point. My overwhelming thought about 1/2 way through this is that it sounds right: That people (especially in this day and age) criticize and propogate false information quickly and it sets things ablaze in such a way that it can’t be rectified.

    The only thing that can be done is to develop a tougher skin and keep going the way you believe the Holy Spirit is directing you.

    It does seem that both BB and RW could sit down and swap war stories. Perhaps they could co-author books entitled about “When Sheep Attack” and “Et Tu, Brutai?”

  5. Duane Arnold says:

    My take is of two people comfortable in their own skins. Most importantly, they did not find it needful to attack others in explaining themselves. A good lesson to be learned here, in my opinion…

  6. Scooter Jones says:

    I enjoyed watching the interview. Thanks for posting it. I didn’t hear any deviant theological emphasis from Warren. Where’s the beef?

  7. Wait. Hold up. Did he just… Did Brian actually TALK, in person, face to face, with someone, about controversial issues, for himself, instead of reading the most negative context possible into everything the person ever wrote or said or was quoted as saying?


    When does the books come out?


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