Lynne Hybels from Willow Creek joined the anti-Semitic conference Christ at the Checkpoint in 2011. She was back this year too.
Wife of Willow Creek head pastor Bill Hybels is one of the US Charismatic pastors who has started to embrace “Palestinian liberation theology”.
She takes her message with her as she travel to Churches around the globe.
Lynne is not employed at Willow Creek, but joins her husbands ministry as a volunteer.
Together they are a “pastoral couple”.
On the official website Lynne Hybels calls Israel an “Occupying power”.
Willow Creek is a Church planting organization that belong to the so-called “Emerging Church movement”.
Her is a link to the promotion video:
The “Emerging Church” claims to modernize or renew the Church. But what they to is to redefine Christianity, and change its Biblical foundation.
This is a brilliant example.
When Christianity is redefined a a social justice movement based on emotions, the Scriptures will eventually twisted to accept lawlessness. In particular the eternal promises to the Jews will be deleted, or globalized.
The Evangelical Church must make up its mind:
Do you still want to be a Biblical church, or will you walk away with the deceivers of the flock?
One of the supporters of this conference, represents a quite Radical fulfillment theology view. As recorded in Jerusalem Post, Christian edition. This is the views of Rev.Naim Ateek, an Anglican canon:
” It seems to many of us that Jesus is on the cross again with thousand of crucified Palestinians around him….The Israeli Government crucifixion system is operating daily”.
Another Sebeel Center speaker, late Prof. Michel Prior denounced the Bible as ” a dangerous book”, “written by very narrow minded xenophobic, perhaps militaristic…pinheaded bigots”, and which mandates genocide. Prior died in 2004.
Written by Ivar