Update: It has been confirmed that Majorchange.org, the same organization that brought the Catholic Track to the OneThing IHOPKC event put on by false teacher, Mike Bickle at the end of 2015, is now partnering with Southern Baptist President, Ronnie Floyd, and the Pope, to lead people into ecumenical disarray. The goal of Major Change, according to its website is:
It is our desire to build the bridges through establishing meaningful relationships with our non-Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ that will be built on Christian charity, a common pursuit of personal holiness, mutual respect of each other’s theological heritage and position, and an exchange of experiences in our walk with Christ in order to come to the unity of all Christians, as Jesus and Pope Francis call us into. We pray for the ecumenism of friendship and we practice spiritual ecumenism.
According to the website, majorchange.org, they are “taking a stand against division, ” too.
Division is everywhere. Race. Class. Politics. Social media. Religion. The millennial generation is the most cause-driven in history—but our causes put us at odds and we create enemies of each other. The Church is paying a price. Young people associate faith with arguing and politicking. The message that Jesus loves us and offers a reset is getting lost in the noise.
Ronnie Floyd is now leaving no doubt about where he stands in regards to biblical authority, doctrinal clarity, and his agenda for where he wants to lead the church. He has repeatedly shown that he’s willing to partner with anyone, regardless of their religious beliefs, to promote a theatrical scene of prayer for “revival in America.” During the Onething Conference, Floyd made it clear that he sees doctrinal differences between himself, and apostate groups, as “matters of secondary importance.”
Repeated attempts to reach out to Floyd via email regarding his partnering with darkness were met with defensiveness and hostility. He clearly rejects biblical instruction of having nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness (Eph. 5:11) and of not being unequally yoked (partnering with) unbelievers (2 Cor 6:14).
Unity at the cost of souls is clearly not what Paul had in mind when he said, “complete my joy by being of the same mind, having the same love, being in full accord and of one mind (Philippians 2:2).” Paul has exhorted the church to unite around the truth of Jesus Christ, as revealed in Scripture, and to reject, rebuke, and expose those who preach a false Gospel.
I appeal to you, brothers, to watch out for those who cause divisions and create obstacles contrary to the doctrine that you have been taught; avoid them. – Romans 16:17.
Instead, Floyd has chosen to align himself with them, and take as many people as he can with him.
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As has been thoroughly covered elsewhere, the Together 2016 is hosting many theologically questionable people whom are widely popular with evangelicals. This rogue’s gallery includes Hillsong UNITED, Christine Caine, Kari Jobe, Kirk Franklin, the rapper “who happens to be Christian,” Lecrae, SBC President, Ronnie Floyd, Josh McDowell, Tedashii, Trip Lee, “God’s lover” Ann Voskamp, Matthew West, and Roman Catholic musician Matt Maher. It has to the attention of the Pulpit & Pen that Matt Maher won’t be the only Roman Catholic featured at this event. Pope Francis has added himself to the lineup, stating that he will speak to the audience via video. Founder of PULSE, Nick Hall, who helped organize the event, said,
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