Tag Archives: Al Mohler

They already know the outcome

What they have not been told – and what they have no control over – is how you will react. Continue reading

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Petition to Demand for an Apology from CBMW

At a time in our church history that the main focus should be on winning lost souls and spreading the gospel to a hurting world, we fear for the future because the Council on Biblical Manhood and Biblical Womanhood has placed a greater priority on women’s submissive role rather than on the gospel of Jesus Christ. Will you please sign our petition to Demand an Apology from the CBMW? Continue reading

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No apology yet for denigration of women

Will you join us? We need your voice. In fact, my friends, you need us. You need our voice calling for equality. Will you join us? Continue reading

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Help needed – Levites apply within

We need Levites who recognize a Gold Calf Idol Husband when he or she sees it. Complementarian restrictionists have made an idol of husbands and are falling down in worship at the feet of the ones who have put them in chains. Continue reading

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Al Mohler needs an Eve


Al Mohler and other restrictionists have to have a real Adam. Without a real Adam, how else could he have Eve? If there were no Eve, then their little world of male headship and male supremacy would come tumbling down.
Everything hinges on Eve eatin’ that apple.
“But I do not allow a woman to teach or exercise authority over a man, but to remain quiet. For it was Adam who was first created, and then Eve. And it was not Adam who was deceived, but the woman being quite deceived, fell into transgression.” (1 Timothy 2:12-14)
See, it is right there. Eve did it, and then Adam did it. Eve had argued with Satan, and quoted God’s words to Satan. BUT – Adam took one look and partook.
Now we know that in the beginning, God created male and female, and he created them equal. The Baptist Faith and Message 2000 (Dr. Mohler’s and the Southern Baptist Convention’s statement of faith) confirms that. They don’t stop there; they go on with their EQUAL-BUTs.
1. Eve was created equal – but she was created second, after Adam
2. Eve was created equal – but she was created from Adam
3. Eve was created equal – but Adam was given leadership over her because he was privileged to give her a name
4. Eve was created equal – but she gave in to temptation
5. Eve was created equal – but she became a temptress to her husband
6. Eve was created equal – but she needed a leader (“Adam! Where are you?” “I’ve invented a game, Lord. Its called Hide and seek.”)
7. Eve was created equal – but she was destined to have pain in childbirth, and thus could raise children, but not a church (wait, I think I am confabulating here!)
8. Eve was created equal – but she caused so many problems in Eden that they both got thrown out.
But what about Jesus? He came in and turned the world upside down! He was hung on a cross for my sins and for Dr. Mohler’s sins and for the sins of other restrictionists (complementarians). If Jesus could be the way to God now, he could certainly be the way for women to be redeemed from the taint of Eve.
Just why did God seek to redeem mankind to Him? Was it so they could continue as before? Or was it because God saw their love for the rules they made, and their exclusion of those who were not Jews, and the way they treated one-half of the human race? Perhaps that is why humans need the redemptive blood of Christ.
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Bullied in the Pulpit

Pastors are victims of Southern Baptist Convention bullies, and are bullied in their pulpit. Continue reading

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No room for women

There are societal ills that mankind will always have to deal with. Churches have to deal with them within their congregations. But we don’t kick out one half of the world’s population because some might sin. If we did, we would have no pastors. Continue reading

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