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Renowned Bible teacher and longtime Southern Baptist author and speaker Beth Moore has made a staggering decision public: On March 5, she told Religion News Service in an interview that she is "no longer a Southern Baptist."
"I am still a Baptist, but I can no longer identify with Southern Baptists," Moore said. "I love so many Southern Baptist people, so many Southern Baptist churches, but I don't identify with some of the things in our heritage that haven't remained in the past." She also told RNS that she has ended her long-term relationship with Lifeway Christian, which will continue distributing her books but will no longer publish them or administer her live events.
Jeremiah Johnson, the self-described prophet who faced backlash from fellow evangelical Christians after publicly apologizing for prophesying former President Donald Trump would be reelected president, is ending Jeremiah Johnson Ministries.
The announcement comes "after much prayer and the clear direction of the Lord," Johnson said Monday (March 8) on his Facebook page.
It also comes after his abrupt two-week hiatus in the middle of a YouTube series he titled "I Was Wrong."
Johnson said during the series, which he described as a money loser, that apologizing wasn't enough.
In response to the Equality Act, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem tweeted Monday her excitement to sign a bill restricting biological males from participating in high school and college girls' sports teams. South Dakota is one of more than 20 states this year that has considered legislative measures along these lines, including Mississippi, where lawmakers have already passed an identical bill banning transgender women from participating in women's and girls' sports teams. Noem's response comes after the bill passed the state Senate in a 20-15 vote.
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