A flurry of reporting from polemics news sites are getting out the real truth about what happened recently at FBC Naples, Florida. After initial reports claimed the church was racist for not voting to confirm a pastoral candidate who happened to be black, church members have come forward with emails, videos, and documentation demonstrating that they were in fact worried about his theological and political views.
These posts include:
You can read all that. Or, just listen to JD report on it below. The church government is intent on excommunicating members who voted against the pastoral candidate by the fiat of their deacon board (in violation of Matthew 18). They have also threatened some with lawsuits and restraining orders. JD played a short video clip indicating what the church leadership really cared about…the man’s ethnicity.
Those who voted against him, it seems, cared about theology and worldview issues. This is what happens when Critical Race Theory invades the church.
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