The Southern Baptists are also under attack: Dissidents are asking questions about things God actually settled long ago
. Notice how "reasonable" it all sounds, and how they are asking for people to "prayerfully" consider alternatives, particularly in sexuality, to open the way for homosexuality to be blessed:
Conference lectures and discussions include: "While We Were Avoiding the Subject: What's Going on in the World (and the Church)?"; "Faithful Listening in Challenging Times: How Do We Discern God's Voice?"; "Ancient & Contemporary Voices: What Do Christians Think God Thinks About Sex?"; "Covenant 101: What Are the Ties that Bind?"; "Covenant 201: What Are the Boundaries of Covenant?"; "From Fear to Joy: How Might Congregations Lead the Way?"; and "Celebrating God's Gifts: Seeking and Acknowledging Christ in One Another."
And notice also Mr Mohler's warning toward the end of the article about the dangers of having "conversations" to discover what God has already laid down, and about the dangers of "neutrality" and accommodation that calls for re-negotiation of Godly truths -- so that those truths don't offend deviants.
"God said it, I believe it, that settles it". Why can't they settle for that???
In faith, Dave
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