(The following article was written by Rev. Tom Brock of pastorsstudy.org. You can follow Pastor Brock on Facebook - here and Twitter - here.)
Christ Lutheran Church in Blaine, Minnesota, is a congregation of the liberal Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. I stumbled upon the below from their website, which encourages everyone to announce their preferred pronouns when introducing them/their/him/her/itself. It also appears they will now avoid referring to God as "He."
Whether the people at Christ Lutheran like it or not, God has revealed--dare I say it--Himself as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We are in no position to think we are so enlightened that we may correct God in His use of His preferred pronoun.
Sincerely in Christ,
Pastor Tom Brock
From Christ Lutheran's website:
This congregation wants to ensure that all people feel welcome at Christ Lutheran Church. For that purpose, a Welcoming Team was formed in 2020. Their work has begun, with a focus on ensuring that LGBTQ+ people have a safe space within the church, and to provide ways to be inclusive to the LGBTQ+ community...
(read more from their website here)
9/21/2021 09:40:11 am
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9/27/2021 12:08:50 pm
Interesting as "they" use the statement many times on the church sign "All are welcome" (if you think they same as we do). Wonder if "The Father" will recognize the "them, hers, him, etc." members of the "woke churches" when their time is up?
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