The Players, Agenda, And Strategies of the Global Dominionist Movement

Rick Warren’s PEACE Plan Millennium Development Goals

  1. Was: Plant churches,  Changed to: Promote Reconciliation: Develop a global partnership for development. (The leadership training for purpose-driven churches parallels the dialectic process, Systems Thinking and team development prescribed by various UN agencies involved in human resource development.)
  2. Equip servant leaders: Develop a global partnership for development. Actually “Lifelong Learning” has been the major UNESCO education goal since the UN agency was founded.
  3. Assist the poor: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger.
  4. Care for the sick: Reduce child mortality. Improve maternal health. Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases.
  5. Educate the next generation: Achieve universal primary education. The implied aims of UN Millennium Goals and are certain to be included in each of Warren’s five programs – especially in P, E, A and E. Promote gender equality and empower women. Ensure environmental sustainability.

One can say, out of chaos comes order, and with well planned strategies of the elite revolutionaries who drive the UN Agenda, all that is needed is a major crisis for the world to accept the New World Order. Former President George H. W. Bush echoed that assurance. “Out of these troubled times… a new world order can emerge,” he told Congress in a 1990 message aptly titled “Toward a New World Order.” Back then, the opportune crisis was the Gulf War. It helped build public acceptance for the global management system, which had already begun to replace American rights with global rules.[1]

clip_image002Rick Warren, the “America’s Pastor”, or at least, pastor of America’s dialectic church has intended to reinvent the mission strategy in the 21st century by introducing his five pillar PEACE plan by which the church can become the ultimate change agent, or according to Rick Warren, the Global agent: ” If Jesus Christ does not come back in a thousand years from today there will be no organizations or government… there will be a Church.” It is interesting that Rick Warren is partnering with organizations such as the UNESCO (UN Educational, Social and Scientific Organization), and his partnership with the UN is helping merge politics and religion. Bottom line, Rick is using religion to push a world political agenda.

CFR and the Social Gospel (The Council on Foreign Relations)

Rick Warren responded to a radio interview posted at in the context of “Seeing the AIDS Crisis through God’s Eyes” and how the “Social Gospel” and its excesses might enter into the equation of Rick’s current Global Peace initiative – well, the exchange was telling:

“Bob (the radio interviewer):  Let me ask all three of you – there are some who would look at this emphasis and say, ‘You know, 50, 60 years ago, the church got distracted with what became known as the ‘social gospel,’ and forgot evangelism, forgot the spiritual needs of people.’  Are we in danger of doing that again?”

“Rick:  Well, what happened is the liberals took the social justice issues – racism, injustice, poverty, things like that – and the conservatives, Bible believers, took the personal issues of morality – family, homosexuality, personal morality, and salvation.  Well, who was right?  I actually happen to believe they’re both right – that Jesus cared about both the body and society.  He cared about the spirit.  He wanted people saved, but He also wanted us to act different in society;  and, honestly, I would love to see a new reformation that brings those two back together that says, ‘Jesus cares about the poor, the sick, the lame, the hurting’ – He clearly did – the orphans, the widows, without watering down the fact.  And you know, in my heart, as an evangelist, everything I do has the motivation of sharing the good news . . . Right wing, left wing.  I’m for the whole bird . . . you have to have two wings to fly.”  (Said on the final day of the Dec. 1, 2006 AIDS Conference – Crossroad, December 15, 2006 – The Emergent Social Gospel – CFR and the Social Gospel:  Part 2).

That Warrens “servant leader development” falls under the guidelines of the UNESCO (UN Educational, Social and Scientific Organization), it’s necessary to have a understanding of the UNESCO’s role in international education. The task before the UNESCO is to help the emergence of a single world culture with its own philosophy and background of ideas and with its own broad purpose. Julian Huxley, the first Director-General of the UNESCO and author of “UNESCO: It’s purpose and Its Philosophy” states:

This is opportune, since this the first time in history that the scaffolding and the mechanisms for world unification have become available and also the first time that man has had the means… of laying a world-wide foundation for the minimum physical welfare of the entire human species. And it is necessary, for at the moment, two opposing philosophies of life confront each other from the West and from the East….

“You may categorize the two philosophies as two super-nationalisms, or as individualism versus collectivism; or as the American versus the Russian way of life, or as capitalism versus communism, or as Christianity versus Marxism.  Can these opposites be reconciled, this antithesis be resolved in a higher synthesis? I believe not only that this can happen, but that, through the inexorable dialectic of evolution, it must happen….

In pursuing this aim, we must eschew dogma – whether it be theological dogma or Marxist dogma…. East and West will not agree on a basis of the future if they merely hurl at each other the fixed ideas of the past. For that is what dogma’s are — the crystallizations of some dominant system of thought of a particular epoch. A dogma may of course crystallize tried and valid experience; but if it be dogma, it does so in a way which is rigid, uncompromising and intolerant…. If we are to achieve progress, we must learn to uncrystalize our dogmas.”  p. 61

It appears that Julian Huxley’s agenda to reconcile the East and the West, the liberal and the conservative through the inexorable dialectic of evolution fits perfectly with Warren’s view. In His own words he believed both the liberals who took the social justice issues and the conservatives, Bible believers, who took the personal issues of morality, are both right. Whether consciously or simply out of success-oriented pragmatism, the purpose-driven church movement has answered the call. With management guru Peter Drucker as his mentor, Rick Warren’s quest for reformation and transformation serves the UN vision very well. In fact, the two seem to march to the same drumbeat. Like Warren’s vision of transformation,  UNESCO Culture of Peace Programme calls for total transformation to its global system of assessments and control –“a process of individual, collective and institutional transformation.”[2] Sounds a lot like the Social Gospel of the liberal wing who believe the Second Coming of Christ cannot happen until humankind rids itself of social evils by human effort. Social Gospel leaders are predominantly associated with the liberal wing of the Progressive Movement and are mostly theologically liberal, although they are typically conservative when it comes to their views on social issues.

The progressive movement never reaches a final consensus, for “continual change” is an ongoing process: one step today, another tomorrow. To permanently change the way we think and relate to each other, our leaders must set the stage for conflict and compromise week after week, year after year. Dialectical thinking and group consensus must become as normal as eating. Eventually, people learn to discard their old mental anchors and boundaries — all the facts and certainties that built firm convictions. They become like boats adrift, always ready to shift with the changing winds and currents.[3] This is how societies progressively change from decade to decade. Unfortunately, many of our Church leaders are buying into the program and have joined forces to bring about an new Millennial Utopia.

It becomes painfully obvious that Rick Warren, who is embracing New Age Occultic leaders on the platform of his church has become one of the many change agents (See Julian Huxley’s quote above) who deliberately bring opposite views into an arena together where they can conflict.  This is the dialectic process where you bring opposing ideas together to conflict with each other where they will merge together to become a third option.  This dialectic process is evolutionary and is happening not only in the area of Religion, but in economics, in the area of law, and in the area of society.  And there are proponents in all four of these area’s working to achieve one goal, a one world governmental and religious system.  Rick becomes a shining example of a Fabian Socialist who wants Socialism through evolution, not revolution as he embraces the social gospel and social justice which is common for people who are into being Fabian Socialist.  For an excellent video on this subject click here.

Dr. Robert Klenck summarizes on the “Seeker Sensitive” Church Movement: “…in this movement it is imperative that unbelievers are brought into the Church; other wise, the process of continual change cannot begin.  There must be an antithesis (unbelievers) to oppose the thesis (believers), in order to move towards consensus (compromise), and move the believers away from their moral absolutism (resistance to change).  If all members of the church stand firm on the Word of God, and it’s final authority in all doctrine and tradition, the the church cannot and will not change. This is common faith.  Soon we will see why these “change agents” are pushing so hard for change to occur in the church.“[4]

clip_image004 Fabian Society: “Its purpose is to accomplish a social democracy to transform societies and governments not through revolution but gradually.” [Thus A Wolf In Sheeps Clothing is their logo.] Rick Warren says he was mentored for years by Peter Drucker. We have now discovered that Peter Drucker admitted to be influenced by John Maynard Keynes who was a Fabian Socialist. Fabian Socialists are Statist, they are absolutely authoritarian in their philosophy. Their long-term goal has always been a Socialistic Dictatorship with full-imposition of a very legalistic society where the individual is simply a part of the collective. Through the dialectic process, team development prescribed by various UN agencies, international education, the global transformation and world unification prescribed by Rick Warren is becoming a reality. Society is changing, and the church with it. Rick Warren promotes his three legged stool of Communitarianism that calls for a partnership between the government, business, and non-profits.

Thomas Merton is quoted saying “We are already one. But we imagine that we are not. And what we have to recover is our original unity.” The partnership between government, business and non-profits with the philosophy of world unification (or oneness) only means mankind has traveled full circle, in essence, the journey forward has returned us to Babel. Babel to this day remains the prime example of man’s pride, self-sufficiency and rebellion against God. Babel was the precursor and type of Babylon, the false world system and religion, which is the domain of the Antichrist (Revelation 17 & 18). The core of Babylonian Philosophy is humanism, an attempt for man to make a name for himself apart from God, and the self exaltation of man in God’s place. In Genesis 11 the tower of Babel was a monument to human effort and quickly became a symbol of Divine judgment on human pride and self-rule. In that day, mankind was one, unified, and today as governments and religious institutions create an alliance, we become witnesses of the rebirth of the Babylonian system. Today through the dialectic process, the religious and political systems are slowly bring the masses into a “one mind” mindset and tolerance is it’s key player.

[1] Kjos Ministries:

[2] UNESCO Culture of Peace Programme at



4 thoughts on “The Players, Agenda, And Strategies of the Global Dominionist Movement

  1. Very will put Suzy, and taking him along it is. My personal thoughts are Rick Warren is there to hasten the religious arena to get on board. I’ve watched to many who call themselves shepherds cross over to the political arena and are now just part of that system. Mike Huckabee is another who is flirting with the political process who’s personal agenda seems to be wealth rather than winning the lost to Christ. Thanks for the post.

  2. One would have to ask of Rick Warren, a member of the CFR, whose main agenda is world government, is he there as a “light in the darkness” to try to thwart the New World Order or is he a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” to hasten the religious arena to get on board? Whatever his personal agenda may be, he is flirting with a world system that is controlled by the forces of darkness – a force that will not admit defeat or compromise. It’s dangerous ground and one that is not likely to cave without taking him along.

  3. Dear Chris,
    You miss the point, probably because you haven’t read enough about the various different people or organizations that were mentioned in the article, that Rick Warren is, or has been involved with.
    I’m sorry if that sounds a little high-handed, but your inference that there are more dangerous theological errors than those of Rick Warren’s is startling in the face of the fact that he teaches that Christians and Muslims worship the same God and has signed a declaration to that effect, along with other such luminaries as Bill Hybels.
    As gently as I can phrase it on a forum such as this, please do some research into what the man teaches and promotes before defending him. Things he promotes such as contemplative prayer, a ‘christianized’ version of Transcendental Meditation, which is totally unscriptural. Or the fact that he takes the words of Jesus in Acts 1:7+8, and makes them the answer to the questions the disciples asked Him back in Matt 24:3, Mk 13:4, & Lu 21:7.
    He does this to support his unscriptural teaching that Jesus didn’t want the disciples to be interested in prophecy, particularly prophecy about the second coming.
    This is to use the Holy Scriptures to tell a lie!!!!
    (If you doubt this, look up the questions & answers and read them in their proper contexts. Jesus went to great lengths to instruct the disciples on the end of the age and His return. The answer in Acts relates only to the fact that they didn’t need to know exactly when a particular event would take place)
    Anyone who does this is to be considered extremely dangerous to true Christians, because they have absolutely no reverence for, or fear of God. Someone with with the Biblical knowledge and training that RW has, who is prepared to do such a thing quite obviously has no regard for the severe scriptural warnings against tampering with the Bible, which is after all the written expression of the Word of God, a term also used to describe the second person of the Godhead, Jesus Himself. Such a person has no moral restraint, something hinted at in his oft repeated phrase; “Whatever it takes.”, which is to say; “The end justifies the means”, a decidedly unbiblical, or even ANTI-biblical concept.
    There are more charges that could be laid at Dr Warren’s feet, but it would take quite a few pages to document them. Many people have done just that and you can find the books, articles, webpages, etc if you have a mind to, including the many pleas from colleagues across the asking RW to please reconsider the path he insists on treading.
    For the sake of your own spiritual health, I ask you to spend some time carefully examining the veracity of the claims made here. I have no personal gain in asking you to do this, but as a brother in the Lord, I feel I must speak. I don’t know the owner of this blog, nor do I know the author of the article, but I know from my studies of him and his friends over the past 3 years that Rick Warren is one of the most effective spreaders of heresy and false teaching in the world today.
    God Bless you,
    Alan Heron.

  4. I don’t find this article very helpful. I welcome a critique of Rick Warren’s ministry and am sure he will miss the mark in many ways. However, I generally agree with with what he says in the interview where you quote him. The evangelical church is obsessed with personal morality and fails to beat with God’s heart for the poor and dispossessed. There are strands of the church who preach obviously dangerous theology. The dangers here are implied and don’t warrant the very negative conclusion of the article.

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