Mohler Loses Cool at ShepCon Q&A, Refuses ‘Productive Conversation’ on Social Justice
Admittedly, I’m torn. I believe that the positions on Social Justice of Mohler, Duncan, Dever, and Charles – all 2019
Defenders of the decision to include the speakers at
However, I want to give credit to where it is due and commend
Albert Mohler declined to sign the Dallas Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel, and while claiming certain parts of the statement were problematic, wasn’t specific. However, he did say that he was sure the statement would lead to “productive conversations.”
The reason I’m torn is because even though – as I predicted – there would be no ‘productive conversation’ on the issue at ShepCon, it’s commendable that Phil attempted it. I should have expected nothing less. Furthermore, I’m glad for others to see that these ‘woke’ New Calvinist leaders are refusing to have a meaningful discussion with the goal of clarity.
At one point, MacArthur claimed, “I will fight error, but I will not fight my friends.” With much respect to the dear pastor, I’m not sure it’s a realistic possibility at this juncture to do one but not the other.
Here’s the full Q&A. Be sure to watch it all for context…it’s worth it.
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