Russell Moore's Politics Curriculum Praises Pastor Who Invited Lesbian Mayor to Preach as an Example of Good Christian Politics
Russell Moore, David French, and Curtis Chang are the authors of “The After Party” curriculum which is supposed to equip churches and Christians on how to engage in politics without being "divisive." Yet, these clowns epitomize everything that is wrong with today’s Church by wholly embracing practically every anti-Christian progressive ideology known to man. In a recent clip of several of the contributors to this "church" curriculum, they praise one of the most divisive, politically charged social justice pastors in all of Evangelicalism—Charlie Dates. And they hold him ups as one of the examples of a Christian leader who represents exactly what they're fighting for.
So who is Charlie Dates? Well, let’s just say he fed his flock to an open, practicing lesbian politician all in the name of “Christianity,” … but more on tha later. In 2018, Charlie Dates, a prominent and well-known uber-woke pro-socialist Southern Baptist pastor partook in the MLK50 Conference that was jointly hosted by The Gospel Coalition and the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
At that conference, Southern Baptists and Evangelicals gathered around to venerate their icon, Martin Luther King Jr., and praise him as one of Christianity's greatest heroes of all time. This conference included such well-known names as Russell Moore, John Piper, and plenty of other Southern Baptist and Evangelical leaders. To this day, Charlie Dates is still listed as a major contributor to The Gospel Coalition.