By WHOSE Standard?

Saints, you’ll want to pay close attention to how the Social Justice Movement has been worming its way into churches of all denominations, but especially into the pews of the Southern Baptist Convention. It’s as if leaders have forgotten that Jesus came as Savior to wipe away our guilt and shame, and are instead demanding that we place that burden right back onto ourselves for something we didn’t even do.

I highly recommend you watch the following trailer for a new film by Founders Ministries to be released soon: By What Standard. This trailer is already sparking controversy, and it is my hope that it sparks some shame in itself that would lead proponents of the Social Justice Movement to cry out to God in sorrow for pushing this demonic agenda. Click to watch:

A different standard: No Gospel at all

The social gospel advances ideas such as racial justice, open borders, and left-wing political ideology that has a facade of Christlikeness, but under the surface, merely replaces the gospel with social activism.

Moreover, Social justice is not a missing piece of the gospel that has been recently discovered by progressive elitists in evangelical leadership positions. It’s a mass effort to appease large numbers of people who view biblical Christianity negatively by appealing to their sense of self-entitlement.  (More)

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4 Responses to By WHOSE Standard?

  1. Tim Whelly July 23, 2019 at 11:52 pm #

    It is very catching but extremely problematic.

  2. Larry July 29, 2019 at 3:45 pm #

    It is interesting how we feel obligated by Scripture to contend for the faith, and rightly so, but then we often struggle to determine which faith we are struggling for. Is it a grand unity of Calvary Chapel, the Assemblies Of God, and the Southern Baptists? That one win’t Work, better dump the AG, but wait, CC and SB aren’t exactly birds of a feather either. If we are dealing with the great apostasy there is no “winning strategy” because it is a prophesied event, not conditional in any way. The trailer did not inspire me to support this film, perhaps because it is the hundredth such film project in the last ten years, all coming from the same perspective. The gospel still saves, and the Lord adds to the church daily them that are being saved. To be aware that now, as since the earliest times of the church, dangerous ideas are being introduced by unstable men and women is a good and essential stop on the journey to Christian maturity. In that sense, one has to applaud all efforts to wake us up to the schemes of the devil.

  3. Amy Spreeman July 29, 2019 at 7:53 pm #

    I wish I could have downloaded the original trailer. Those soundbites were so revealing.

  4. Edwitness August 1, 2019 at 2:39 am #

    Great clip showing what is going on in the apostate churches. And the fact that they are growing in number exponentially.

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