This week, Southern Baptists are convening in Nashville to make a decision in regards to who will lead their denomination over the next two years.

The field of candidates for the Presidency of the SBC is as follows:

  1. Pastor Ed Litton: A Pastor with egalitarian principles.
  2. Pastor Mike Stone: A conservative, principled leader opposed to critical race theory and intersectionality.
  3. Pastor Randy Adams: A conservative pastor concerned about internal abuses at the North American Mission Board.
  4. Dr. Albert Mohler: The President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary who has helped to introduce critical race theory to his students through his seminary.

A crisis of epic proportions has developed in the Southern Baptist Convention over the past 10 years. This present crisis is the introduction of critical race theory, supranationalism and intersectionality in the Southern Baptist Convention. This crisis was not developed ex nihilo but instead was developed through careful strategies and the promotion of professors in key seminary positions who syncretistically infused CRT and other parasitic ideologies in the Christian faith.

This permeation of CRT and globalism into Southern Baptist life was primarily the strategic vision of Dr. Albert Mohler, who opposed conservative political candidates, including former President Donald Trump, up through 2018 – even challenging the Christian faith of those who had chosen to vote for former President Trump.

In short, Dr. Mohler’s strategy is a political move disguised as a theological move. Dr. Mohler supports the establishment “deep state” political apparatus in Washington DC and has created a similar structure to the federal bureaucratic state within the Southern Baptist Convention.

Pastor Mike Stone represents Pastors and laymen that reject CRT and other cynical ideologies. Pastor Stone is committed to the preservation of the Christian Faith, the advancement of the Gospel, and the continuance of the Great Commission.

If you are a Southern Baptist, this podcast is required research before the voting begins in Nashville.

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