“This is what happens when a denomination attempts to be a pluralistic melting pot of liberals and conservatives; when trying to please everyone, you please no one.”
(Reformation Charlotte) Yesterday, Josh Buice, pastor of Prays Mill Baptist Church in Georgia and one of the founders of the popular G3 Conference, made headlines after he released a statement announcing that his church would no longer be part of the Southern Baptist Convention. Buice, after years of hesitancy, finally entered the fight against the liberal drift in the denomination and became a prominent voice against social justice after the release of John MacArthur’s Statement Against Social Justice in the Church.
While Buice’s efforts to combat the infiltration of the social justice heresy in the Southern Baptist Convention was too late–as has been evidenced by his own words in his statement–he did become a respectable conservative voice. Despite that, other ex-Southern Baptists–who left because the Southern Baptist wasn’t liberal enough–are now mocking Buice for his decision.
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