“In the wake of all of this destruction, Mohler has been desperately trying to rebrand himself.”
(Reformation Charlotte) Al Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS), has been desperately trying to rebrand himself after a nearly decade-long stretch of bad decisions and poor leadership. Mohler, who is an excellent theologian but is noted for his “leading from behind” strategy of leadership, is responsible for the trainwreck that has now turned into the Southern Baptist Convention’s multiple scandals.
In 2013, Al Mohler recommended Russell Moore, a Democrat and former Dean of Theology at SBTS, to lead the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC). Since his appointment to that post, Moore has single-handedly led the Southern Baptist Convention on a crusade against conservatism and stirred up more division than the denomination has seen in decades. After Moore did his damage, the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee (EC)–which was led by Ronnie Floyd, who was nominated for SBC president also by Mohler–decided to launch an investigation into Moore’s ERLC to see if Moore’s leadership was having a detrimental effect on income from donations to the SBC.
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