Last year a conference was held in St. Louis called “Revoice.” Although I have not listened to any of the sermons or speeches given at the conference, I studied up on it enough to know it was not a conference I would personally endorse or attend. Several speakers at this conference are advocating for the acceptance of labels such as “Gay Christian.” Sexual desires and behaviors that God condemns in His Word are also being endorsed and called “not evil.” Christians who truly embrace the Inerrancy of the Bible simply cannot give approval to Revoice.
Here is one of the most helpful and thoughtful responses I have seen so far, given by the President of Covenant Theological Seminary:
His response is good for our souls, dear church, if we will but hear his message humbly. His response is not just a good and sound rebuttal of Revoice, it is a good word for how we should all seek to do relationships in our local churches.
“Do not speak evil against one another, brothers. Anyone who speaks against a brother or judges his brother, speaks evil against the law and judges the law” (James 4:11).