Religion article Christianity is the one true religion, and is the only one that can cure the ills of the world, a British doctor said Sunday.
Dr. Elizabeth Warren, a professor of medicine at the University of Michigan, made the statement in a speech at a Baptist church in Detroit, according to WXYZ.
Warren was the keynote speaker at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s annual convention, which is held in the nation’s capital.
Her remarks drew a quick reaction on social media, with many commenting that she was “absolutely correct” that Christianity is a true religion.
“I know that Christianity was the religion of Abraham Lincoln,” Warren said.
“And I know that Jesus Christ is the son of God.
And I know what the Bible says about marriage and family.
I know this because I’ve seen it firsthand.”
Warren said that she has been working on researching religion for more than 25 years and is a member of the National Association of Evangelicals, an evangelical Christian denomination that opposes gay marriage and abortion.
In the speech, Warren described the Bible as the book that will guide her life.
“‘This book is the most perfect book in the universe,'” she said, quoting Genesis.
“God has chosen the Bible to guide our life, our choices and our actions.
And it is God’s word, the Bible, that guides our hearts, guides our minds, guides us in our spiritual development.”
Warren said she believes Christianity is more than a religion, saying that it is “the most powerful tool for shaping our world.”
“It is God himself that is shaping the world we live in, that has created the universe, the stars, the planets, the life on this planet,” Warren told the crowd.
“It is the story of life, the story that has shaped our world.
Elizabeth Warren speaks at the National Alliance for Science, Science Education and the Humanities Annual Convention at the Grand Rapids Convention Center on Jan. 15, 2021.
The church, founded in 1885, is one of many Christian groups across the country that are celebrating the 400th anniversary of the book of Genesis.
Warren, who is an adjunct professor of biblical studies at the university, was born in Germany in 1898 and received her medical degree in 1957 from the University.