Russell Moore is the leader of the ERLC, which is the portion of the Southern Baptist Convention that is fully devoted to ethics. As a result, he has spoken on things such as Immigration (Even going as far as to call Jesus an illegal immigrant), Animal Rights (Calling it "a Gospel Issue), Donald Trump (I actually agree on Trump), and Racial Reconciliation (Not in a Biblical way). In the process, he has practiced ecumenism (Here and Here and Here)and acted in ways that caused even politicians' discernment radars to go off.
Recently, a company called Yarbrough and Sons (Run by a deacon at an SBC church), which claims to be a Christian company of, "Honesty, Integrity, Compassion, and Empathy", has been called out for putting the air conditioning into an abortion mill. I would dare to say that honest people with integrity would rather pay the fine than help facilitate what they know is wrong, and people with compassion and empathy would rather not fulfill the contract than help cause assassinations and mutilations of the unborn. This is wrong the same way that it is wrong to help build the gassing chambers in a Nazi concentration camp. You are enabling the slaughter when you do that. When contacted, the pastor defended this (You can read more about this here and here).
This petition that I am promoting is intended to get Russell Moore to speak on this issue, and prove to us that he can actually stand for Christian, conservative values. Keep an eye on this article, as I will update it from time to time with any new updates.
Charisma News and the Christian Post have both picked up the story and the story and the petition has over 500 signatures. However, both Russell Moore and Ronnie Floyd are silent. Russell Moore has found it in his time to falsely say that mothers who hire assassins (Abortion "Doctors") to kill their unborn children should not be punished (Source).
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Brandon C. Hines is a young writer from somewhere in northern Alabama who writes about Theology, Polemics, and Apologetics. His beliefs are best summarized by the 1689 London Baptist Confession.
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