This message is from Colossians 2:8-15 and deals with the SBC's trajectory toward Socail Justice and abandonment of the Gospel, particularly by the ERLC at the recent MLK50 event. In this message, Pastor Jordan calls for a full withdraw from the Southern Baptist Convention.
Social Justice: Sin of Rebellion Social justice, with its emphasis on universal liberty and equality for all, is really the sin of rebellion against The Lord. Our True Loyalty is To The Eternal Kingdom of Israel. Worth noting Revelation 13:1-18 in times where social justice is endorsed, even in churches today. If we believe that The Lord intents on establishing His Eternal Kingdom on earth, we must renounce social justice and universal liberation for all as rebellion against The Lord and His Righteousness.
Needs to be heard! People need to hear this. It's true this will be a landmark year with a new controversy which is redefining Churches and the gospel. The only correction I would suggest is that this is not Law vs. Grace, for their Justice so-called is from Democratic political-correctness and contrary to the Theocratic perfect law of God in the Ten Commandments, because even the 4th and 10th Commandments support and regulate slavery and don't condemn it. The authority of scripture is at stake. Only what the Bible teaches as Sin is Sin, not the "traditions of men". They have a gospel according to Marx which they are preaching, demanding a false repentance and prostrated servitude! Liberalism has infiltrated SBC to the full and it's time for their heresy to be marked out and for the "independent churches" to fully secede to maintain their integrity. They are not advocating reconciliation but revolution toward a new Orthodoxy and will brand dissenters from their social gospel as Heretics, for which the media and world will applaud them, showing whose children they really are. To honor and to attribute prophetic Authority to a heretic like MLK, over and contrary to Scripture, is the definition of a Cult.
Mark James (4/10/2018)
Amen! To God be the Glory Dear Jordan,
I praise God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, for the clear and irrefutable exposition of the Gospel in the sermon that you preached on Sunday.
Thank God for your passion for the Gospel, and for your contempt for anything else that dares to masquerade as a gospel.
I'm also appalled and vehemently opposed to the doctrines of demons that are corrupting the visible church and taking it captive to false gospels.
The so-called 'social gospel' and 'social justice' would be correctly renamed 'antisocial gospel' and 'social injustice'.
Thank you for your faithful adherence to scripture. I pray for your perseverance and strength to hold fast against the great apostasy that is running rife today.
God bless you, your family, and your congregation as you deliberate over these issues.
1 Cor 1:17; 2:1-4;