“It’s not what it looks like!” Baylor University cries as it eviscerates itself, preparing to become a skinsuit for the New World Order. Behold the consequences of female leadership yet again… the ride never stops.
Baylor U opens door for recognizing LGBT student group, says sexuality stance remains unchanged
You can’t even start the article before facepalming.
By Brandon Showalter, 19 May 2021
Baylor University, one of the world’s largest Baptist universities, has opened the door to possibly providing official campus recognition to an LGBT student group but maintains that its stance on marriage and sexual ethics continues to be unchanged.
Last week, the Waco, Texas-based school’s board of regents approved a resolution that greenlights a path forward for recognizing a group of LGBT-identifying students.
Which is it? “Sodomy is immoral” or “We need more Sodomites”?
The board of regents charged President Linda A. Livingstone and the university administration “to determine the appropriate pathways to provide additional care, connections, and community for Baylor’s LGBTQ students, including the possibility of establishing a new, chartered student group that is consistent with Baylor’s core commitments …”
I suggest dunking every Cross on the campus in urine, in order to have both Cross and Corruption in the same place at the same time. Also, because Hell doesn’t stink ONLY of sulfur.
While both Baylor’s statement on human sexuality and policy on sexual conduct presently signal adherence to biblical orthodoxy, some say the allowance of an LGBT student group is the first step at chipping away at crucial theological foundations.
Nooooo, of course they wouldn’t actually disobey God. They just want to toe the line so the Deep State will leave them alone. They would never… oopsie…
The university changed its sexual misconduct policy in 2015, taking out language on “homosexual acts.”
They erased the line! Now they’ll NEVER cross it!
Al Mohler, president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, said in a Monday episode of his daily podcast that if an institution of higher education is not clear about what it believes and what those convictions require and “it actually begins to recruit students or even to accept students who hold to a contrary view and then allows official recognition of that group … you have just sown the seeds for the revolution of your own institution.”
Well, he’s right this time.
The latest resolution is part of a trend of Baylor gradually adjusting its policies over the years, removing the specifics as to what is and is not permitted amid intensifying cultural pressures and financial considerations related to federal funding and regulations, Mohler pointed out.
Ooh, he’s REALLY right this time! Is the SBC belatedly realizing that Satan’s promised payoffs are taking the form of layoffs? This might explain Russell Moore’s recent decision to jump ship to Christianity Today.
“Just consider the mainstream media and beyond that, even the larger cultural pressure when it came to Oral Roberts University’s men’s basketball team making it to the Sweet 16 in the national basketball tournament this year,” Mohler said. “But then consider something else. What team won the NCAA men’s National Basketball Tournament this year? None other than Baylor university.”
“Baylor can’t possibly face the reality that its team that just won the national championship might not have access to post-season play,” he added. “No one’s denying that Baylor University faces incredible pressure. But what we are seeing is a one-step-at-a-time succumbing to that pressure.”
Dayumn, Al Mohler came SO close to calling them out! But he didn’t so it’s all for naught. His proper response should have been the excommunication of Baylor’s regents from the denomination followed by lawfare for its endowment. The leadership is already gone; nothing left to do but destroy Baylor in order to deprive the Enemy.
Here’s the full resolution. Half of the regents are women.
Baylor University Board of Regents Resolution on a Caring Community
May 14, 2021
The mission of Baylor University is to educate men and women for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment within a caring community. Baylor is committed to providing a loving and caring community for all students because it is part and parcel of the University’s mission.
Emphasis theirs. So many problems just in that first sentence!
- It’s unBiblical to educate women the same as men…
- For leadership…
- Of this fallen world…
- By employing care-based morality.
The Baylor University Board of Regents reaffirms the following core commitments of our Christian mission for our campus community:
• The dignity and worth of all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, as we strive to fulfill our Christian commitment of a caring community.
• The biblical understanding that sexual relations of any kind outside of marriage between a man and a woman are not in keeping with the teaching of Scripture, as summarized in the University’s Statement on Human Sexuality.
Number 2 is blatantly not compatible with Number 1.
• Our commitment to providing a welcoming, supportive educational environment based on civility and respect for all.
Only allowing devoted Christians into our explicitly Christian organization, not so much.
As a Board of Regents, we recognize that Baylor’s LGBTQ students continue to seek care, connections, and community on our campus and a sense of belonging within the Baylor Family. As an important and faithful expression of our Christian mission, we desire to establish trust with our LGBTQ students so that, among other things, they might seek out the resources provided by Baylor.
And if a Regent takes a wrong turn in San Francisco, the gay bath houses will also welcome him with care, connections and community. After which, he’ll be a BAD EVIL MAN for cheating on his wife by getting gang-banged full of diseases.
THEREFORE, the Baylor University Board of Regents acknowledges the University’s responsibility to serve the needs of all students entrusted to us across all areas of their development – academics, personal, and spiritual.
BE IT RESOLVED that the Baylor University Board of Regents approaches this challenging situation with a spirit of grace and truth, as described in the first chapter of John. “For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ” (v17). The University remains committed to extending Christ-like love and grace in caring for all our students and meeting them where they are, just as Jesus did, and adhering to traditional biblical teaching of Scripture regarding human sexuality.
But not Christ-like fulfillment of the law! Laws are for BAD people! Welcoming perverts with open legs, er, arms is what Jesus would do!
Remember when Jesus met the whore? Remember what He told her? “Stop doing that.” Seriously, Christianity isn’t hard. It just makes you unattractive to black-hearted abominations. This is a problem?
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Baylor University Board of Regents charges President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D…
I give up.
…and the University Administration to determine the appropriate pathways to provide additional care, connections, and community for Baylor’s LGBTQ students, including the possibility of establishing a new, chartered student group that is consistent with Baylor’s core commitments summarized above and the University’s policies and
Churches and colleges didn’t pander to evildoers when men were calling the shots… men who understand God’s design for human sexuality, anyway. Baylor gave lip service to the idea that sex should only be within marriage but it’s beyond obvious here that they don’t actually know why that should be.
First, they emancipated sexuality from the patriarchy so that women could be mens’ equals. Then they separated sexuality from its purposes so that women wouldn’t feel guilty about maybe having one genetically-diseased child at the tender age of 40-something. And now, Baylor reaches the logical end of denying God’s design: “Moses wanted the female to be submissive to the male but we, I mean, Jeebus decided nah, what matters is you mean well. Umm… we love you even though you have sex with dogs but please, you should… umm… get a marriage certificate, I think it’s called. Jeebus would like that. But it’s cool if you just wanna be you.
“Because we want our basketball team to continue getting media coverage during the post-season.”