How many will personally criticize Pastor Rick Warren? That I do not know. What I do know is that Christians will be attacked as prejudiced.
In the days after the suicide of California megachurch pastor Rick Warren’s son, evangelical Christian leaders have begun a national conversation about how their beliefs might sometimes stigmatize those who struggle with mental illness. (from http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/suicide-of-megapastor-rick-warrens-son-sparks-debate-about-mental-illness/2013/04/10/322e4910-a148-11e2-9c03-6952ff305f35_story.html)
The Washington Post is what it is. Its writers generally see Conservatives of any stripe as mentally deranged, that is, ignorant bigots. So feigning the sweet voice of reason, they serve up their own bigotry. Do only Christians fear and blame the mentally ill for being mentally ill? Who can read the mind of another? No one. So most of us find mental illness bewildering and strange. We cannot see any visible hurt; we can only see the irrational behavior. Thanks to medical science, we now have drugs that we can use to treat some forms of mental illness. Therefore, even though we cannot see what causes the strange behavior of a mentally ill person, we have begun to understand that much of what we call mental illness is a physical, not a spiritual problem. Nonetheless, we still have much to learn.