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Ph.D. Residency Director at SBC Seminary Likes Tweet Calling for Socialized Healthcare

by | May 4, 2022 | Abortion, News, Politics, Religion, Social Justice, Social-Issues, The Church | 0 comments

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In the wake of the news of the likely decision by the Supreme Court to overturn Roe. v. Wade, Evangelicals have been taking to Twitter to express their opinions. These opinions range from good to bad to horrible and completely unbiblical. Sadly, the vast majority of them fall into the “bad to horrible” category.

One such tweet is the AND Campaign’s president, Justin Giboney, who scolds conservatives for wanting to end abortion but refuses to exchange it for socialized medicine and free government handouts.

And who liked that tweet is Patrick Schreiner, a Ph.D. professor and acting Residency Director at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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It’s not surprising that people like Justin Giboney—leftists who run ministries devoted to turning the Church into progressive political activists—would hold and promulgate such positions. However, it is extremely sad that the Southern Baptist Convention is allowing its most highly-respected professors, teachers, leaders, and pastors to advance such things, or even remotely agree with it. These are the people who are training the Southern Baptist Convention’s future pastors.

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Conservatives in the Southern Baptist Convention need to call these people out by name and if necessary, purge them from our ranks. The veil is being quickly lifted off the faces of those who oppose God and his statutes.

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