BREAKING: The Latest Episode of the Pulpit & Pen Program (early release) Exposes New LC Documents
In Monday’s edition of the Pulpit & Pen Program (released early on Sunday evening) exposes new documents that exonerate Calvinists as the root of controversy at Louisiana College.
In a letter from Tim Johnson to the board of Trustees, the ‘traditionalist’ (non-Calvinist) executive Vice President of Louisiana College rebukes the Board of Trustees for a manufactured “smoke screen” and scape goat of Calvinism. Johnson explains why this has nothing to do with Calvinism and also documents that Joe Aguillard was far more concerned about the influence of Louisiana Baptist executive director David Hankins than the influence of Calvinism. In the document, he explains that David Hankins was attempting to use Eric Hankins’ “Traditional Statement” as a litmus test for employment at LC. Johnson’s letter makes things oh, so clear.
Also spelled out is the unjust firing and persecution of Tim Johnson for filing the now-substantiated whistle-blower complaint.
Also revealed is a lawsuit filed by Searcy, who also investigated the allegations of fraud and forgery in SACS documents by Joe Aguillard. Searcy’s lawsuit (which was not proceeded with for an unknown reason) gives additional information speaking to alleged facts behind the forgery exposed in LC attorney Armour’s document revealed last week.
Also interviewed on the program is Ken Fryer, former Caskey Divinity School Student and Louisiana pastor about the ordeal.
Episode audio is here.
As always, the content of this blog and this episode is the opinion of JD Hall, and no claims of fact have been made. View the documents to make up your own mind.