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January 12, 2020 7:00 pm
Dwight McKissick he's a pastor in Dallas.
I believe you either had a debater conversation with him at some point. This is in the film, let me play that the soundbites if we consume Lottie Moon when the other female missionaries to China, Africa and other places.
Organized churches plan church disciple man increased demand. What is the big problem noticing inconsistency and activism will send a woman do in foreign countries, Asia and Africa, South America, what they will not allow a woman to hear this implicit best hypocrisy that see will allow it oversee but don't around here practically what was the rightful woman the priesthood people come around the world is just a priest, a white man over here. How do you respond to to his assertion here, well it's wrong on multiple levels. It's wrong. Historically Lottie Moon was 1/19 century celebs woman who went to China gave her life and died in China literally starve yourself to death for the welfare people she's caring for to bring the gospel to China.
She correctly wrote back saying we need men where the men where the and yes she did teach Ben but she did it with complaints and she did it because there was no one there to evangelize the men and teach them in the ways of Christ. But when men came shortly and she applauded that she gave up that responsibility to them. The question I put to one of the international mission board vice presidents was you were alive today and she came home mission field you have preaching your church.
He said absolutely not and she would not want to cut sheet she understood the role responsibilities God were they permitted went so Dwight looks at something that happened yes she did teach men, but she did it reluctantly. She did it because of the difficulties of the circumstances.
There were the one any turns that into a norm. Talk about duplicity, that's duplicitous, and secondly, for him to say well it's okay the only reason no explanations were happy for women to go preach to people color but not preach like tobacco less racist Matt, I just hate them it's it's it's it's so blatantly untrue, but it does illustrate a lot of the problem is going on today with how these issues of race and women sexuality be intertwined and being advocated for from the same foundation and arguments because they come from the same faulty un-biblical worldview, so I just reject what my brother McKissick said out of hand is wrong. Historically wrong, theologically wrong, morally, and the accusations and