In perhaps the most revealing video yet to surface, chronicling the influence of Critical Race Theory in the Southern Baptist Convention, two assistant professors, Jarvis Williams and Curtis Woods, along with provost Matthew Hall, are shown clearly promoting Neo-Marxist ideas at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and in internet videos.
Recent quotations in which Albert Mohler downplays the progressive trajectory are interspersed throughout the 13-minute video.
One especially surprising clip includes portions of a conversation between Matthew Hall and Dr. Otis Moss, the pastor who took over for Jeremiah Wright (Barack Obama’s pastor who said “God damn America”).
If whether dangerous Leftist ideas were promoted by seminary professors was still a question in anyone’s mind, it should not be now.
Watch the video:
[Editor’s Note: This article was originally published at enemieswithinthechurch.com, image and title changed.]
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