Church Celebrates Drag Queen Sunday: They're in 'Open Revolt' against God, Mohler Says
Christian Headlines - An Illinois church’s recent promotion of drag queen shows during its Sunday morning service was an example of “open revolt” against God’s intent for humanity, says a prominent author and theologian.
Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., says the church – Hope United Methodist Church in Bloomington, Ill. – is promoting a “different” religion than Christianity.
The church was featured in an April 15 story in Religion News Service, which spotlighted 23-year-old Isaac Simmons, the church’s director of operations who goes by the name of “Ms. Penny Cost” as a drag queen. The church held a “Drag Sunday” on April 11 in which drag artists sang, prayed and performed. A drag speaker during the service said the goal was “celebrating and uplifting the voices of drag artistry within the church.” Drag itself, the speaker said, is “divine.”
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