EXPLAINED: The scandal at Al Mohler’s Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

“Mohler’s actions toward Fuller, Dr. Jim Orrick and Dr. Mark Coppenger speaks volumes about Mohler’s commitment to truth. Mohler weeded out conservative voices and promoted voices spewing the talking points of Identity Politics.”

(Capstone Report)  The scandal rocking Al Mohler’s Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS) threatens Mohler’s legacy. It has exposed him as a political dissembler—a man willing to force desperate former employees turned out of work during the height of the Coronavirus Pandemic to sign a secret NDA muzzling them for life.


Or, as Dr. Robert Gagnon described such moves, Sub-Christian.

Dr. Russell Fuller posted something that helps outline and simplify the allegations against Mohler and SBTS:

The liberal drift of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky has resulted in the seminary knowingly hiring, maintaining and supporting false teachers who have taught and published works supporting; 1. mythology in the Bible, 2. postmodernism denying the objective/stable meaning of a text and the provability/verifiability of the text (including a denial of a messianic paradigm), 3. social justice heresy designed to replace the gospel, and 4. critical race theory and intersectionality promoting secular values and corrupting the gospel, while refusing any accountability or justification for allowing anti-Christian instruction, beliefs and conduct contrary to the Seminary’s Abstract of Principles.

These four points summarize the three video interviews of Dr. Fuller released by Jon Harris. Dr. Fuller alleges and provides evidence of his points that for standing against Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality that he was first reprimanded and then fired by Al Mohler’s Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.  View article →


Albert Mohler

Progressive (Social Justice) “Christianity” – Critical Race Theory & Intersectionality

Southern Baptist Convention


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