I'll post the article later when I get the chance(have it bookmarked in my browser favorites) - Terry Jones has the SAME beliefs, believe it or not, as this draconian New Apostle Reformation. The NAR is a branch of the NWO, albeit under the disguise of being "Christian", and is made up a BIG team of wolves in sheep's clothing, most of them being all these "evangelicals" that got lots of MSM exposure - Billy Graham, Franklin Graham, Rick Warren, Bill Hybels, Stacey Campbell, (formerly)Ted Haggard, C. Peter Wagner, Rick Joyner, Todd Bentley, Jim Wallis, Sarah Palin, Sen. Sam Brownback, Charles Stanley, Beth Moore, etc, etc. Their beliefs are that God lost dominion of this earth at the fall of Adam and Eve, and many moons later, God gave powers to select modern-day "apostles"(like these names mentioned) to have dominion over the earth, clean up all the ills like poverty and immorality, build the church, make peace, so that Jesus' 2nd Coming can be paved the way for. It's called Domionism, and it's a HUGE Heresy and NOT biblical.
The NAR also does one heck of a job playing the Left/Right paradigm - at one corner, there's the "religious right" that's pro-Israel, pro-family, pro-morals, etc. And on the other end of the spectrum, there's the "religious left" that is pro-Islam, pro-homosexual rights, pro-social justice, etc. They play the Left/Right paradigm to just have an outward appearance that they're against one another, and to confuse everyone. Otherwise, for example, the late Jerry Falwell and Rick Warren were actually close buddies(at Liberty U, they do studies on Warren's stuff).
The whole charade Terry Jones pulled off was yet another little stunt by the NAR to further the divide and throw mass confusion.Pastor who plans to burn Quran is not in Christian mainstream, was thrown out of former churchhttp://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/09/08/pastor-plans-burn-quran-christian-mainstream-thrown-church/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+foxnews/national+(Internal+-+US+Latest+-+Text
NEW YORK – The Florida pastor who plans to burn the Quran on the anniversary of 9/11 is rooted in Pentecostal tradition that believes Christians are engaged in a modern-day spiritual battle with evil.
For Terry Jones and his Dove World Outreach Center, Islam is that evil, a world view drawn from his politics and theology — as well as an apparent thirst for publicity for his tiny, independent church.
"Our burning of the Quran is to call the attention that something is wrong," Jones said Wednesday at a brief news conference outside his Gainesville church. "It is possibly time for us in a new way to stand up and confront terrorism."
Jones is under worldwide pressure to drop his plan to burn copies of the Muslim holy book Saturday. Condemnations have poured in from Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan; Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; the Vatican; and elsewhere.