Breaking: Progressive Southern Baptist Seminary Head Will Not Move Forward With IMB Assignment
Adam Greenway, the former president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, will not be moving forward with his original plans to seek employment at the Southern Baptist Convention’s International Missions Board (IMB), he announced on Twitter earlier today.
Greenway has been heavily criticized for holding far-left and unbiblical positions during his presidency at Southwestern Seminary. Greenway has defended serial plagiarist and former SBC president, Ed Litton and more recently, he defended megachurch pastor, Rick Warren’s decision to ordain three women to the pastorate in contradiction to not only the Scriptures but also the denomination’s statement of faith.
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While we certainly pray for clarity in Greenway and his family as they seek clarity in his vocation, we do pray that it would be outside the walls of Evangelical ministry.
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