It’s no surprise that the Episcopal Church in America has been a dying, apostate institution for a while now. And if there was any doubt about that, the church’s recent actions have certainly put those doubts to rest.
In October, they announced their grand plan to release an app featuring AI pastors and presenting queer and feminist theology. Because nothing says “Christian” quite like replacing human pastors with robots and promoting ideologies that go against traditional teachings.
But they didn’t stop there. In August, they passed a resolution affirming sex change surgeries for children of any age. Because apparently mutilating children’s bodies to fit a certain ideology is a top priority for this “Christian” denomination.
And let’s not forget their resolution earlier this year condemning crisis pregnancy centers and apologizing for supporting them. Because apparently supporting women who choose not to kill their children is now a sin.
Oh, and in June, an Episcopal priestess led a congregation in lament over the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Because apparently the mass murder of innocent babies is something to be mourned.
And if all that wasn’t enough, earlier this year an Episcopal priest claimed that the Protestant Bible is an artifact of the American War and didn’t even exist until 1782. Because apparently this “church” doesn’t believe in the Bible or the historical existence of Jesus.
It’s no shock that the Episcopal Church has completely abandoned traditional Christian beliefs and values, and their actions deserve nothing but condemnation. Their refusal to adhere to scriptural teachings, reason, and logic is downright disgraceful. So it’s no surprise that the “pastor” of Christ Episcopal Church in Dayton, Ohio would rewrite Matthew 1 and recite the genealogy of Christ from a feminist perspective. The only surprising thing is the looks of pure misery on the faces of the kids in the audience. Let’s pray for those poor kids, stuck in a church that’s clearly gone off the deep end.