Docent Group: The Leftist Takeover of America’s Pulpit

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PART 1: EVERYTHING BUT THE FUNDING. THAT IS COMING IN PART 2.

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Imagine a headline in which the newly elected president of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination was caught – within hours of his election – committing theft. This theft, a clear violation of God’s immutable Moral Law (Exodus 20:15) is fairly unique in that it contains within the stone tablets carved by God’s own anthropomorphic finger no explanation or asterisk.

The 1st Commandment contained the reason for not worshipping other gods, the 2nd Commandment contains a lengthy description of what idolatry entails, the 3rd Commandment contained an imprecatory curse along with its edict. The 4th Commandment gave a long list of ways the Sabbath was to be observed. The 5th Commandment included a promise of blessing for those who follow it. The 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Commandments, however, included no caveats, curses, or blessings at all. They were simple enough that even pagans required no further explanation.

Do not murder. Do not commit adultery. Do not steal. Do not lie.

Editor’s Note: This article is lengthy. For your convenience, we’ve hyperlinked its various parts so you can zoom forward past the parts of this saga with which you are already familiar:

ABSTRACT

What we have discovered in researching the Docent Group is that the plagiarism of Ed Litton – and what it further exposed about the plagiarism of JD Greear and ultimately enabled by the Docent Group – is widespread and pervasive in evangelicalism.

Within this article, you will discover the following: Writers and operators of the Docent Group are heavily connected with The Gospel Coalition, The Witness: Black Christian Collective (formerly RAAN), the ERLC, and the President of the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention.

You will find an expose’ on the writers of Docent Group, and a survey (complete with photographic and primary-source evidence) that demonstrate the group universally holds to leftist-progressive ideologies, Marxism (in various forms), egalitarianism, and includes at least one practicing homosexual. You will discover that many have no theological training at all, but specialize in sociology and political activism.

In no uncertain terms, what we have discovered by researching Docent is that it is a coordinated effort across Big Eva to invade America’s churches with leftist ideology in the name of “sermon research,” all the while producing sermon-writing and facilitating plagiarism. Sermon plagiarism is hardly the only danger presented by Docent – the more dangerous issue is that the contents of the sermons provided by Docent present leftist ideology masquerading as exegesis.

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