Next month, one of the founding board members of Revoice, Preston Sprinkle, will be hosting the Exiles in Babylon conference which will feature several prominent Evangelical leaders, including Southern Baptist pastor, Matt Chandler and founder of the & Campaign, Justin Giboney.
At past conferences, other Evangelical speakers included Francis Chan, Jackie Hill Perry, heretic who denies the existence of Hell, Chris Dates, and pastor of Transformation Church in South Carolina, Derwin Gray.
Revoice, a conference promoting “gay Christianity,” has is not only known for advocating for acceptance of homosexuals and same-sex identities, but also advocates for “celibate” marriage-like arrangements that include man-to-man intimacy that merely stops short of intercourse. Co-founders Preston Sprinkle and Nate Collins are pushing their agenda, even referring to sexually confused men who dress, think, and act like women as “theologically conservative.”
What’s worse, Preston Sprinkle hosted a panel of homosexuals, lesbians, and trans people where one of the guys proudly announced that he was “gay, same-sex attracted,” and that he “likes boys” but “loves Jesus.” Watch below:
Yeah, okay. And now, several prominent Evangelical leaders will be joining Sprinkle and others at this conference. It is clear that Revoice and its proponents are attempting to rewrite biblical teachings to fit their own agenda. But sadly, this is the mindset of a growing number of Evangelical leaders, that people can partake in this kind of wicked behavior, mock God, and still be Christians because “social justice.”