Sunday, April 6, 2014

Shirley says to Jump in the Line to get on board!

Today, Shirley Taylor invited everyone to join the FreeCWC in the signing of the petition.  Will you join us?  

Stop by her blog,  bWe Baptist Women for Equality, where she shares her heart for the Church and the Daughters of Zion.

We voice a demand with the petition "Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: For the sake of all Christians of all genders, we demand that CBMW apologize publicly for their misuse of Holy Scripture, and for the inestimable harm suffered by women and families." We and need your help to get it off the ground.
Will you take 30 seconds to sign it right now? You can sign it anonymously and your name will not appear on the list. Here's the link:
We voice a demand because all previous petitions have been ignored. We cry out for justice for all those who have suffered, directly and indirectly.
At a time in our church history that the main focus should be on winning lost souls and spreading the gospel to a hurting world, we fear for the future because the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood has placed a greater priority on women’s submissive role rather than on the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Additionally the Council on Biblical Manhood and Woman is endorsing the heresy that male headship will continue on into Heaven, and that males will eternally rule over their wives, and that wives and children will eternally be submissive to the husband and father in the family.
Click on the link to read what the CBMW endorses on their website and in their Spring 2006 Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood.  Relationships and Roles in the New Creation. (Article by Mark David Walton, Senior Pastor, Glenwood Baptist Church, Oak Ridge, Tennessee).
It is with that thought in mind that we make this petition.
Note: The Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood’s office is located on the campus of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. Supporters include Southern Baptist Convention leaders like Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler and Russell Moore, head of the SBC Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.

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