Former ERLC head, Russell Moore, along with leftist columnist David French, and Curtis “The Covid VaXX redeems an abortion” Chang, have joined forces to craft the “The After Party” curriculum, ostensibly designed to lead churches and instruct Christians on navigating the political landscape without sowing discord. However, these court jesters are the epitome of what plagues the modern Church, completely surrendering to nearly every anti-Christian progressive notion conceivable.
In one recent segment featuring several contributors to this supposed “church” curriculum, they praise Charlie Dates, a far-left former Southern Baptist pastor notorious for his politically driven and polarizing views on social justice within the Evangelical community. They celebrate Dates—a man who invited a practicing lesbian, former mayor of Chicago, to preach in his pulpit—as a paragon of Christian leadership, embodying the very principles they claim to champion.
These men more closely resemble a circus, turning serious faith-based discourse into a spectacle. The curriculum they promote is a deathtrap for biblical truth, luring people into a maze of postmodernist tripe. Instead of leading believers toward seeking God’s position on political issues through Scripture, they abandon the Scriptures’ clear teaching on such issues, opting instead for a blend of confusion and compromise that dilutes the gospel they profess to uphold.
But it’s worse than that. One of the leaders of the curriculum, Curtis Change, openly admits that his curriculum is designed in such a way that pastors can avoid controversial issues in the pulpit altogether, giving them what he calls “plausible deniability.” This way, pastors can lead their congregations without taking a stance on any political or social issue, and can instead send their sheep to be disciples by these wolves.
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This is not leadership—this is the exact opposite of leadership. This is aiding and abetting the dereliction of pastoral duty. The word “pastor” literally means “shepherd,” and carries with it the idea of leading, guiding, and teaching those who you are charged with overseeing. If your church is handing its politics over to these clowns and following the advice of Curtis Chang in this clip, you’re better off leaving and finding another church.