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dominionism, kingdom-theology, dominion-theology, kingdom-now-theology, neo-evangelicalism, Emerging Church, social Gospel, heresy Rick Warren and his Global P.E.A.C.E. Plan are getting a free ride from the “liberal” media establishment. Surprisingly, this is happening despite the increasingly dominionist rhetoric calling for a “Second Reformation” and “advancing” the kingdom. By merging his global agenda with the likes of rock star Bono, and popular social causes, Warren has virtually guaranteed that his pursuits would be applauded without in-depth inspection by the mainstream press.

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dominionism, kingdom-theology, dominion-theology, kingdom-now-theology, neo-evangelicalism, Emerging Church, social Gospel, heresy Various reporters from media outlets have contacted evangelical discernment ministries this past year trying to locate churches dividing over purpose-driven program controversies. This makes for saucy, gossipy stories suitable for the tabloids but it is not investigative reporting. The real story behind the Global P.E.A.C.E Plan has yet to be scrutinized by the press — Who is financing it? What are the intricate and potentially unethical corporate/church & mission/state entanglements in various nations in Africa? etc.

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Friday’s Herescope post examined the new working cooperation between leading evangelical mission groups (NAE) and the World Council of Churches (WCC). By building upon the emotive appeal of eradicating poverty or curing AIDS — both pet projects of Rick Warren — these two groups may find little opposition in the press to their collaborative arrangements in the near future. The media may simply ignore these joint ventures; or worse, commend this openly for the newfound spirit of cooperation. dominionism, kingdom-theology, dominion-theology, kingdom-now-theology, neo-evangelicalism, Emerging Church, social Gospel, heresy