I'll be more specific. "The Purpose Driven Life" by Rick Warren. Warren is setting some kind of record for the above named book staying on the NYT best seller list for over 2 year I believe. Christians are buying this book in droves. In fact since the gal that was held hostage and shared her "Purpase Driven Life" book with her captor and defused a dangerous situation, the book's sales have been rejuvenated again. Rick Warren made it on Time magazine.......he's basically making the popular route or circuit in the media now. My question is this.....Is his approach totally biblical? My concern follows the line, that Jesus said, that some will come that will say words that will "tickle" the ears of many and these people will be led astray. Rick Warren does encourage what is called, Seeker churches. He believes that if a church is doing things right, it should have a lot of people coming, or seekers. If the scriptures/bible is taught unabashed, will this cause a church to experience monumental growth in membership necessarily? I just wonder if this Rick Warren movement could be likened to the "Wide Road" that many will take? Those that are Christians will know what I mean. Worldwide, over 20,000 churches have embraced Warren's book/teachings for church growth. Does phenomenal books sales mean he's scripturally sound? http://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/articles/questions/RickWarren_growth.html http://www.biblebb.com/files/pdl.htm http://www.bereanbeacon.org/articles/rick_warren_purpose_driven.htm His books are being embraced by most of the denominations.