Reformation Charlotte has published information before about a lesbian from Campus Crusade (CRU) who has been teaching a pro-homosexual message to children in CRU. Gilson is heavily platformed by The Gospel Coalition as well as John Piper’s Desiring God ministry. Rachel Gilson, who works for CRU as a Director of Theological Development Northeast, said in an uncovered video that, even in the context of “gay marriage,” God hates divorce and said that it’s okay for gay couples, after they come to Christ, to remain legally married so long as they remain celibate.
Echoing the sentiments of “pronoun hospitality” by Southern Baptist president, J.D. Greear, Gilson is continuing her unbiblical push for gay tolerance in the Church by insisting that using the “preferred pronouns” of transgender people is a “matter of conscience.”
Because, you know, Jesus walked around calling gender-confused people by their “preferred pronoun” all the time, right?
No, he didn’t — nor does the Scripture teach this concept in any way, shape, or form. In fact, the Scripture detests this practice, calls it “practicing cunning” and “underhanded,” and insists that we renounce these “disgraceful and underhanded ways” and instead commend ourselves to everyone’s conscience in the sight of God by the open statement of the truth (2 Corinthians 4:2-3). The Apostle Paul goes on to show us in this passage that if we obey this, and they still don’t repent and believe, it’s because the god of this world has blinded them.
Gilson says that the Church “has not had to answer these questions before,” therefore, she insists that this is a difficult topic. Because, we know that the Scriptures have nothing to say about the topic of sexuality and transgenderism, right?
Reality check: these are the kind of people who are being platformed by The Gospel Coalition, The Southern Baptist Convention, and mainstream evangelicalism. The institutions that Al Mohler and Danny Akin insist aren’t sliding to the liberal left. One of two things is happening here. Either all of these supposedly conservative evangelicals are being duped by these radical feminists and LGBTQ activists — or, more likely, they’re all on board with it.