“Would these same men make the same concessions for other sins they find to be vile, such as “racism” or “white supremacy”—all sins that Acts 29 leader, Matt Chandler, has repeatedly asserted that he has zero tolerance for? Doubtful.”
(The Dissenter) In an era marked by increasing ideological fragmentation, the discussion around how Christians should engage with LGBTQ individuals is not exempt from polarizing viewpoints. A recently uncovered video clip from the Acts 29 Network, represented by Justin Anderson and Mike Sullivan, illuminates a perspective that is often embraced in contemporary Christian circles but poses serious theological concerns for Bible-believing Christians.
To be sure, the impulse for compassionate ministry is laudable and entirely biblical. After all, Jesus Himself spent time with tax collectors and sinners, not to affirm them in their sin, but to call them to repentance (Matthew 9:11-13). However, the viewpoint presented by Acts 29 muddies these clear biblical waters, advocating an approach that minimizes the gravity of this particular sin and the need for repentance.
CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains many people you’ll want to mark and avoid as per Rom 16:17-18 such as Matt Chandler