“InterSpiritual Day”

The Emergent Church teams up with the Dalai Lama, "a simple Buddhist monk" for "InterSpiritual Day" where all faiths find a common ground and become "one." Any mention of John 14:6 when Jesus said, "…no one comes to the Father but through Me"? Hinduism, Buddhism, and occult doctrines gather with "Christianity", as if Jesus is not mankind’s only hope for salvation. Details are here. We can rightly assume this gathering will be proliferating "another gospel" and "another Jesus" and "another spirit." (Galatians1:8; 2 Corinthians 11:4). The list includes:

His Holiness the Dalai Lama, a simple Buddhist monk
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Episcopal Archbishop of South Africa and Nobel Peace Prize Recipient
Dr. Ingrid Mattson, President of the Islamic Society of North America
Rabbi David Rosen, Chairman of the International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations
Roshi Joan Halifax, Zen Buddhist Master and abbess of Upaya Zen Center
Rob Bell, emergent Christian leader, writer, and pastor of Mars Hill Bible Church in Grandville, Michigan
Sister Joan Chittister, Benedictine Catholic nun, writer and teacher
Pravrajika Vrajaprana, Hindu philosopher, writer, and teacher
Doug Pagitt, evangelical author, pastor of Solomon’s Porch in Minneapolis, emergent Christian leader
Episcopal Bishop Steven Charleston, President and Dean of Episcopal Divinity School and a Professor of Theology
Linda Kavelin-Popov, co-founder of the Virtues Project
Reverend Samuel Berry McKinney, civil rights leader and pastor emeritus of Mount Zion Baptist Church in Seattle
Father William Treacy, Interfaith leader, founder of Camp Brotherhood
Ahmed Tijani Ben Omar, Muslim scholar and spiritual leader
Guru Singh, Sikh philosopher and spiritual leader
Steven Shankman, the UNESCO Chair in Transcultural Studies, Interreligious Dialogue and Peace
• Youth representatives from across Washington State

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