National Radio Host Demonstrates Mohler is Not a Conservative, His Positions Are From Politics Rather Than Conviction

“[T]he smoking gun evidence provided by Mefferd against Mohler was audio clips from interviews conducted in 1997 with key leaders in the SBC during the tail-end of the Conservative Resurgence who claim that Mohler is a convinced progressive and liberal and did not change his views (or appear to) until it was clear that his side would lose the denominational battle.”

(JD Hall – Pulpit & Pen)  Nationally syndicated radio host and conservative Christian pundit, Janet Mefferd, used her time on America’s airwaves yesterday to discuss Albert Mohler’s nomination for the presidency of the Southern Baptist Convention.

Going to great pains through the use of audio clips (provided by Jon Harris at Conversations that Matter), Mefferd revealed three of Mohler’s professors at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary espousing Critical Race Theory and the most extreme progressive philosophies.

Then Mefferd played audio from Albert Mohler, saying at the 2019 Shepherd’s Conference that who he “platforms” speaks for where he stands on this issue. Mefferd followed up by demonstrating that Mohler platforms some of the most radical progressives in evangelicalism.  View article →

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