“Beth Moore, in her usual fashion completely twists the Scripture and displays a profound lack of biblical comprehension as she suggests that those who hold the complementarian position must also affirm women wearing head coverings and disallow jewelry.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is no doubt in serious trouble. Faced with the onslaught of social justice, feminism, LGBT-inclusion, and other aberrant teachings and practices, the SBC is no longer a bastion of conservative and sound doctrine, but a hotbed of liberalism, Democrat politics, and a growing source for anti-Christian theology.
Over the last two years, the social justice movement — namely, “racial reconciliation” — has been the dominant theme in Evangelical circles. The movement has subversively shifted the practical function of the Church from a gospel mission to a focus on relieving temporal sufferings using any means necessary to effect change in our culture — even if it opposes sound biblical orthodoxy. Following the social justice movement has been the onslaught of gay-affirmation — particularly in the Southern Baptist Convention — as homosexuals have led the conversation on what the Church’s role is in LGBT-inclusion, family, and marriage. Completely redefining family, the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) has used a homosexual Anglican priest to slowly “soften the tone” on the Church’s position on homosexuality.