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Curtis Change Admits Political Curriculum Meant To Give Weak Pastors ‘Plausible Deniability’

Last month, Evangelical Dark Web highlighted Megan Basham’s reporting on how a curriculum created for small groups by Curtis Chang, Russell Moore, and David French was funded by some liberal dark money bent on creating a secular liberal society. Now a clip has surfaced of Curtis Chang sharing the intent of that curriculum.

“You don’t have to take the bullseye, right? Because this way, if you run The After Party in your small group community, uh, in your Bible studies and so forth like that, then if people get mad, they get mad at Curtis, Russell and David. They get less mad at you. You can have plausible deniability, right? You could just say, ‘Hey, you know I don’t agree with everything these guys say, but I think they’re worth listening [to].’ That’s the classic move, you know, you do make as a pastor, right? To, uh, you want to inject something but, you know, not have to take all of the shots for it, which you shouldn’t have to take all the shots for. That should be part of our job, is to do that. This is, that’s the partnership here.”

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The plan is that pastors stay out of politics and let wolves catechize their congregations with liberalism in small group settings. Curtis Chang is admitting the game that he is running.

H/T Woke Preacher Clips

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One Response

  1. There you have it, in a nutshell. They’re more concerned about answering to mankind on Monday morning, than they are about answering to Almighty God on judgment day. It’s all about the here and now. They’re more afraid of mankind than they are afraid of Almighty God. There will be no “plausible deniability” on the day of judgment.

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