UPDATE: North Carolina pastor Tim Rogers posts a piece raising the question whether Dr. Al Mohler and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary have connections so close to C.J. Mahaney and Sovereign Grace Ministries that the recent lawsuit against Mahaney and his ministry will legally bleed all over Southern Baptists. While I cannot see myself how that could happen, I happily concede I know much too little about the legalities of such a possibility to make a reasonable judgment.
Note: do not fail to watch Mahaney's promo video featuring Al Mohler and John Bettler, Executive Director of Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation (CCEF). After both men appear to thoroughly pronounce Mahaney as the (re)incarnation of Peter, James, John and the Apostle Paul all rolled into one, Bettler goes on to congratulate Joshua Harris as the anointed successor of C.J. Mahaney to lead Sovereign Grace Ministries (approx. 8:50 mark), a succession hardly fathomable now if the report below is correct.
Read "A Question for Dr. Al Mohler in Houston" by Tim Rogers
Recently, Sovereign Grace Ministries (SGM) relocated from Gaithersburg, Maryland to Louisville, Kentucky only to be served a devastating spiritual/sexual abuse lawsuit a mere two weeks after they opened their doors for a new church plant in Louisville, a lawsuit to which an initial response was thereafter released >>>