Anglican Minister Calls Progressive Christians 'Fake'


Free Church of England minister Deacon Calvin Robinson slammed progressive Christianity.

In an interview with Fox News Digital, Robinson called progressive Christianity an “oxymoron.”

“You can either be a Christian or you can be progressive,” he added.

He also emphasized the importance of acknowledging gender differences within Christianity.

“The Christian faith is inherently conservative because it provides a set of values that are seen by the modern world as conservative – ideas such as marriage is between one man and one woman, that God made us male and female, and he made those different. You know, we’re not equal in terms of being the same,” Robinson explained.

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He continued, “We’re equal in terms of dignity and worth. But we are complementary and different for a purpose.”

John 8:32 says, “And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

He further condemned progressive Christianity alleging, “it is about twisting the truth again” and “all a lie.”

“You can either have the truth or not the truth. The truth is objective, right? So you have truth or lie,” he stated.

Robinson compared progressive Christianity to transgender ideology.

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“And progressive Christianity – I see it much like trans – like a trans man. The word trans in that sentence means fake, right? A trans woman is a fake woman. A trans man is a fake man.” 

He continued, “A progressive Christian is a fake Christian. It’s the same thing. They put that little caveat before it to let you know that they’re not really doing what the thing comes after it is.”

In an interview with Premier Christianity in 2022, Robinsion revealed why he is bold about his faith.

“The way I see it, the platform I’ve been given is a gift from God to be used for the greater glory of God. And it’s my job to try to proclaim the truth and to spread the gospel,” he said.

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