SBC Professor Claims ‘Revoice’ Founders Have “Traditional, Biblical Sexual Ethic”

Basically, the entire orthodox evangelical world has repudiated the now-infamous Revoice Conference for holding to a rainbow-splattered unbiblical sexual ethic. The conference, which would go on to celebrate “queer culture” has been even repudiated by ‘woke’ leaders like Albert Mohler and even the ERLC.

The one hold-out seems to be Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary professor, Karen Swallow Prior. She has already endorsed the Revoice Conference both before and after it was held.

Despite Southeastern President, Danny Akin, assuring Southern Baptists that Prior has “renounced Revoice” (see below) she endorsed it again just yesterday.

Appearing on Julie Roys’ radio program – ironically, in order to defend herself from accusations of liberalism – Prior claimed the Revoice founders were orthodox and had a biblical view of human sexuality.

Prior said…

“I am friends with the main organizer and a couple of the other organizers. They are fellow Southern Baptists who believe in a traditional biblical sexual ethic.”

She continued, “The mission of the organization, and I’m just paraphrasing, is to help those who are same-sex attracted to live-out the traditional biblical sexual ethic, whether in biblical marriage or singleness.”

She added…

“I am in support of that mission.”

Prior then added that Revoice didn’t require speakers to believe in a Biblical sexual ethic, but she supported it anyway and added a third time, “I still support their mission.”

You can listen here.

For a refresher, this Revoice founder wondered allowed if Jesus was gay. This Revoice founder says his brain is “part-female” and that just wrote in Christianity Today that polyamory provides an “attractive alternative” and should be “affirmed” in the church. These Revoice founders had a rainbow and Taylor Swift-themed party to paint their toenails.

Here’s a tweet from the Revoice guys (during Revoice) that Karen Swallow Prior still endorses.

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