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Did Founders Ministries Portray Rachel Denhollander as a Demon?

by | Jul 23, 2019 | Blog, The Church | 0 comments

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There is a new trailer out by Founders attacking the onslaught of social justice and its impact on the Church that has Southern Baptist leaders across the nation freaking out over what might be exposed in this upcoming documentary. The video, featuring several key Southern Baptist leaders including Tom Ascol, Jared Longshore, Tom Buck, Al Mohler, Danny Akin, and several others aims to explore the notion of Critical Race Theory in Southern Baptist life and expose the dangers of secularized thinking. The entire documentary can be seen here.

The following clip is a snippet from the trailer (under the fair use clause) that seemingly portrays Rachel Denhollander as a demonic entity — what the Bible calls a “principality.” You can see Denhollanders (blurred) profile flash in the middle of a statement regarding principalities.

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The video has several evangelical leaders in shock that founders would dare portray the professional victim — the one who suggested at the SBC conference that the Bible was insufficient to speak on certain matters such as sexual abuse — this way. Even her husband, who is banking on selling her books and story to an audience, chimed in on Twitter, calling out Tom Ascol and Jared Longshore:

Several others chimed in as well, seemingly unprepared of what might be exposed in the upcoming video.

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