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JD Hall Removed From Protestia, Polemics Report

While the DUI arrest of JD Hall may have been unjust pretense to disqualify him from ministry, the latest incident involving JD Hall was not. Protestia published a statement announcing that they are removing JD Hall from the ministry he founded because of an unspecified, yet serious sin he committed.

Earlier this week, the team at Protestia received allegations of serious sin committed by our brother JD Hall. After correspondence with leadership at Fellowship Baptist Church, we learned that JD was determined by the church to have disqualified himself from pastoral ministry, had resigned from the pastorate, and submitted himself to a process of church discipline. Due to JD’s removal from pastoral ministry, we likewise have removed him from ministry with Protestia.

While the church’s decision to accept JD’s resignation from pastoral ministry leaves us no choice but to consider the allegations against him to be credible, we are unable to determine their truth with certainty and therefore cannot speak to all of the specifics of the accusations lest we be guilty of gossip.

Protestia is deferring to the decision of the local church, and it seems as though they are unaware of the specifics. The statement goes on to say that Protestia has severed formal ties with Fellowship Baptist Church in Sidney, Montana on amicable terms. Protestia also announced that the Polemics Report podcast will cease and that they would replace it with “companion podcast/video ministry.” [This sounds a little like they are going to do more content the way Evangelical Dark Web has published article/videos simultaneously rather than the format of Polemics Report.]

FBC Sidney will be releasing a public statement soon with more details. Protestia insists that the church had just cause to remove JD Hall. This is a developing story.

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