Russell Moore’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) is stacked with the most vehement proponents of ‘woke’ social religion that they are now defending Steven Furtick by claiming that a belief in the Holy Trinity is only a “small doctrinal sliver of difference.”
As Reformation Charlotte has previously reported, Susan Codone serves the ERLC leadership council. She’s a professor at Mercer University and is an outspoken advocate for social justice.
Recently, Codone tweeted out a list of women who needed to be listened to and included troublesome teachers that included pro-gay Jen Hatmaker, Beth Moore and her recently divorced daughter, Melissa Moore, Same-Sex Attracted Jackie Hill Perry, and Ann Voskamp (who wrote about having sex with God).
But now, Codone claims that the Holy Trinity is not a big deal and more important issues include “the abuse of women.”
Codone’s comment was in reference to Steven Furtick denying the Holy Trinity and expressing Modalism theology in a recent sermon. She thinks that Modalism is a “doctrinal sliver of difference.”
Additionally, she wondered aloud today why Protestants and Catholics don’t get along.
The answer to that question is that they deny justification by faith, Sola Scriptura, Sola Christus, and teach that the Pope speaks infallibly for God. Oh, and they butchered Protestants, set them on fire, and impaled them on stakes. Then, in some cases, the dug up our bones and set them on fire.
It’s probably that. Or it could be they anathematized us at the Council of Trent. There are a few reasons.
This woman helps lead the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.
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