The leader of the largest Protestant Christian denomination in the country shocked many when he urged his members to declare "black lives matter" and denounced using "all lives matter."
This is getting a bit creepy.
I heard the SBC president also says he will refer to people by their preferred pronouns instead of their biological sex. He called it a "spirit of generosity." The SBC also seems to be supporting women preachers like Beth Moore.
that it is done. Complete cuckoldry is inevitable and the real men will leave. That is one of the many reasons why Protestant Christianity is considered to be a
It all begins with supporting feminism. Once your church does that it is done. Complete cuckoldry is inevitable and the real men will leave. That is one of the many reasons why Protestant Christianity is considered to be a woman's religion.
Yes, hardly anyone (generally only ministers) pays attention to the ecclesiastical politics of the SBC because the Convention itself has so little power over the individual churches. This stands in sharp contrast to Roman Catholic ecclesiastical politics, where the clerical hierarchy is very pronounced and the decisions made in Rome reverberate all the way down to the local parish. Also, Baptists don't generally identify as Baptist but as Christian. This goes to show just how little they care about denomination. Even if the SBC made a sweeping pronouncement, nobody would hear about it, much less care.The one good thing for the denomination is that ecclesiastically it is congregational and locally driven.