Brian McLaren is one of the so called faces of the emergent church movement; a postmodernistic religious movement utilizing a twisted view of Christianity as one of its drawing cards.
Here is a statement found in A Generous Orthodoxy by McLaren and a link to his "clarification" of the statement...(just as an introduction to the way he thinks):
His clarification: http://www.brianmclaren.net/archives...odoxy_237.html"I must add, though, that I don't believe making disciples must equal making adherents to the Christian religion. It may be advisable in many (not all?) circumstances to help people become followers of Jesus and remain within their Buddhist, Hindu, or Jewish contexts. This will be hard, you say, and I agree. But frankly, it's not at all easy to be a follower of Jesus in many 'Christian' religious contexts, either."
His statement and his clarification are in direct opposition to Paul's instructions to the Corinthian Christians regarding the same topic...2 Corinthians 6: 14-18 ( http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...20;&version=49
The point, however, of this post is this...the link below is a response from Chuck Colson after McLaren wrote a response to an article Chuck wrote for Christianity Today. Chuck's response is one of the best condensed detailings I have read on the subject of postmodernism...well worth reading the entire response: