SOUTHERN BAPTIST APOSTASY:
THEY’VE HAD ENOUGH; CONSERVATIVE BAPTISTS FORM GROUP TO FIGHT
Southern Baptist leaders most responsible for the liberal drift in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) – chiefly Albert Mohler and Danny Akin, presidents of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary respectively – claim there is no liberal drift in the denomination. Meanwhile, both seminaries have sold out to the leftist ideologies of Critical Race Theory, Cultural Marxism, and progressive Social Justice.
In response, a new coalition of conservative Southern Baptists is forming to help drive the denomination back to the right, where it belongs.
The Conservative Baptist Network is being launched today and will help to coalesce conservatives together in an increasingly liberal denomination. The Christian Post cites Brad Jurkovich of First Baptist Church in Bossier City, Louisiana…
“We are concerned about the current road our Southern Baptist family is traveling. It is a road that is twisting what God’s Word is saying about things like human sexuality, biblical racial reconciliation, and socialistic justice.”
He continues, “There are three choices that every pastor and church have to make.”
Those three options, Jurkovich explains, are to remain in the SBC and say nothing and watch it drift into obscurity; walk away entirely, cognizant of what they are leaving behind; or remain within the denomination and contend for the restoration of what has been lost in recent years.
Liberals in the SBC have had a field day mocking the movement, claiming the SBC is perfectly conservative and anyone who says otherwise might as well be living in a tin-foil hat.
Communicating with ERLC official and professional idiot, Bart Barber, Beth Moore mocked the idea and excused leftism by claiming “nobody really follows the Scripture.”
The time has come for ordinary Southern Baptists to acknowledge that the Southern Baptist Convention has been overtaken by forces far more left than those who held the reigns prior to the Conservative Resurgence. The leaders of that movement in the 1980s would not be able to fathom the leftward drift of the SBC or the betrayal of conservatism at the hands of Albert Mohler and other once-conservative leaders.