Breaking: Southern Baptists Align With Gay Priest
If you didn’t think there would ever come a day that the Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest Protestant denomination historically known for conservative values, would align with a gay Anglican priest, there’s bad news.
That day is today.
To be fair, this isn’t the first time that ultra-progressive Russell Moore has joined with the homosexual to advance a leftist agenda. Moore, the president of the SBC’s Ethics and Religous Liberty Commission, had previously partnered with the homosexual in a conference about the family, in which Allberry espoused his beliefs that the church should honor and respect “non-traditional” families. Allberry has also used his platform to encourage churches to endorse homosexuals adopting children. He has also encouraged homosexual men to have “intimate and physical” relationships with other homosexuals, so long as intercourse is not involved.
Allberry is popular among the Social Justice movement in Reformed
Other Southern Baptists speaking with the homosexual priest are Dan Darling (the VP of Communications at the ERLC) and Trillia Newbell (the Director for Community Outreach at the ERLC). Jasmine Holmes is the daughter of Voddie Baucham, a fierce opponent of Social Justice, but is the wife of fully-woke racialist, Phillip Holmes (a “content strategist” for Desiring God” and Director of Communications at the James Riady-funded Reformed Theological Seminary).
Allberry claims to be a celibate homosexual. He does not believe, and neither does he teach, that God will renew the mind and heart of homosexuals upon conversion to desire heterosexuality. Allberry has been pivotal in turning the tide of opinion against the sinfulness of Same-Sex Attraction, teaching instead that the desire to sodomize others and to be sodomized is not a sin unless acted upon.
The Dignity Revolution Q&A is just one of many initiatives participated in by the ERLC – an organization in partnership with George Soros – to slowly change the voting habits of evangelicals as a part of a political mission.
Like Jim Wallis of Sojourners (with whom Russell Moore serves on Soro’s Evangelical Immigration Table), Moore and the Southern Baptist leftists on this panel shroud gay rights, socialism and the redistribution of wealth, and illegal immigration under the banner of ‘human flourishing,’ ‘human dignity,’ and ‘justice.’
[Editor’s Note: Contributed by JD Hall]