It is obvious to any who keep just a cursory awareness of national news that the traditional definition of marriage is under serious assault. Same sex marriage is now legal in several states and activist judges in other states are tearing down longstanding legislation in the name of sexual revolution.
These trends represent challenges and concerns to religious individuals and churches who would maintain the line on the biblical and historic definition of marriage. Many churches are understandably uneasy about what to expect in the coming days. For this reason, the Kentucky Baptist Convention is hosting an event that seeks to serve churches in understanding the moral, social, and legal ramifications of same sex marriage. “Protecting Biblical Marriage” will take place on May 22nd, at Crestwood Baptist Church in Oldham County, Kentucky.
A panel of experts will address the questions and concerns many traditional churches and church members are facing. Panel speakers will include Dr. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Andrew Walker, Director of Policy Studies for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (SBC); and Paul Chitwood, Executive Director of the Kentucky Baptist Convention.
Attendance is free, but registration is requested. You may register here. “Protecting Biblical Marriage” will also be broadcast live, during the event, here.
Please come and join the conversation as these and other notable speakers offer wisdom as to how you and your church can best protect biblical marriage.