Rick Warren charged Chelsea Clinton with having a pro-gay marriage agenda during a televised interview.

The 58-year-old Warren is the founder and senior pastor of the Lake Forest, California-based megachurch Saddleback Church – the eighth-largest church in the United States – and the author of the best-selling book The Purpose Driven Life.

During an appearance Friday on NBC's Rock Center, Clinton pressed Warren on his opposition to marriage equality, prompting Warren to allege that Clinton “like every single journalist” is promoting a hidden agenda.

“I don't hate anybody,” Warren said. “In fact, I'm commanded by Jesus Christ to love everybody. I'm commanded to treat them with respect. As I've mentioned many times, there's a difference between acceptance and approval.”

Pointing to the results from the November 6 election, Clinton denied having a hidden agenda.

“[A] majority of Americans now said in 2012 that we as a country support equal marriage largely,” she said. “I think that's why people keep asking you.”

“Well, what do they expect a Christian pastor to say?” Warren rhetorically asked. “I don't believe the bible anymore?”

“We're in a democracy, Chelsea. … And gay marriage might become the rule someday. That doesn't mean I think it's right. I do not favor the redefinition of marriage.”

(Watch the segment on NBC.)