- "During the weekend of November 13, 2010, many Christian churches across the United States began a series of sermons aimed at bringing about reconciliation between Muslims and Christians. These misguided Presbyterian ministers are trying to focus on a relationship between the Holy Bible and the Koran they call "Chrislam." They are saying that because the Koran mentions Jesus that there is common ground with Christianity. To prove their point, they are placing Korans along side the Holy Bible in their pews. And they are teaching that you can be a follower of Christ without necessarily believing that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, who died for our sins offering the gift of eternal salvation.
Williams points out that Jesus in the Koran is not the only-begotten Son of God nor the Messiah. Williams says, "He is rather viewed as a prophet who was appointed by Allah to prepare mankind for the coming of Mohammad." Islam denies that Jesus is the Son
- l John 2:22 warns us "Who is a liar but he that denies that Jesus is the Christ? He is Antichrist, that denies the Father and the Son."
- Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church in Houston along with Christian communities in Atlanta, Seattle, and Detroit were to initiate a series of sermons that have been designed to produce an ecumenical reconciliation between Christianity and Islam. In addition to the sermons, the Sunday School lessons would center on the inspired teachings of the Prophet Mohammad. Qurans were to be placed in the pews next to the Bibles. The concept of Chrislam, now embraced by such preachers as Rick Warren and Robert Schuller, says Sanderson, appears to have emerged from a program on the meaning of “love your neighbor” at Grace Fellowship Church in Atlanta, Ga.
- Just recently, Rick Warren, founder and pastor of Saddleback Community Church in Orange County California, addressed the convention of the Islamic Society of North America. Warren stated that Muslims and Christians must work together to combat stereotypes, promote peace and freedom, and solve global problems. Christians and Moslems – faith mates, soul mates and now work mates! One of the Signs of the Times is the "Great Falling Away" of many professing Christians."