It is not a surprise, but it is a milestone for Christianity Today to finally publish a piece endorsing “gay marriage” in the US. Already, they have chastised the overturn of Roe v. Wade, heralded the Marxist Junteenth and a bevy of other liberal tyrannies through their publication, but this is official, endorsing sodomitical relationships and calling it marriage. All this is a continuation of the leadership of Russell Moore.
While Christianity Today will claim that an opinion columns “does not necessarily represent the opinion of the publication,” one cannot separate the content of an article from the publication when it advocates flagrant antinomianism and support of sinful behavior contrary to Christian doctrine. This goes beyond ecumenical differences on Calvinism, baptism, or church music. This compromise is a direct reflection of Russell Moore and Christianity Today’s theology of antinomian compromise.
The piece entitled “Everything You Need to Know About the Respect for Marriage Act” written by Carl Esbeck, a law professor at the University of Missouri, comes across as one of those articles seeking to dispel misinformation and offer clarity, only to do nothing but advocate liberalism. Esbeck is also affiliated with the National Association of Evangelicals, an apostate organization that advocates liberalism under the banner of Christianity. For decades, Esbeck has served as a legal expert for the publication to gather quotes and analysis from.