Wheaton College Removes Plaque Honoring Martyred Missionaries Because it Offends the Killers

(Reformation Charlotte) Wheaton College, which has ties to the Southern Baptist Convention and other mainstream Evangelical denominations, is home to many new woke faces of the Evangelical social justice movement, including Ed McGoatBeard Stetzer and Esau McCauley, who says that English Bible translations are untrustworthy because not enough black people were on the translation teams.

To say that either of these men has been given over to a false gospel would be an understatement–they are the false gospel and the heresy they propagate continues to invade Evangelical churches and institutions around the nation at an alarming rate.

Now, Wheaton College removing a plaque that’s been standing for 72 years which commemorates the deaths of a group of martyrs, including James Elliot and Ed McCully, two missionaries who were part of a group working to spread the Gospel to indigenous peoples in Ecuador, according to The Spectator.

“Recently, students, faculty, and staff have expressed concern about language on the plaque that is now recognized as offensive,”

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Editor’s note. This article was written by Jeff Maples and published at Reformation Charlotte.



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3 thoughts on “Wheaton College Removes Plaque Honoring Martyred Missionaries Because it Offends the Killers

  1. Wheaton has gone the way of Notre Dame and numerous other colleges. Didn’t they have some woman who wears a hijab a few years ago claiming Christians and muslims worship the same God? And if I recall many advisors of my NLT study Bible are professor of one thing or another at Wheaton. (I don’t have the Bible handy anymore so can’t check, but I’m pretty sure when I looked many of the commentary staff were from Wheaton. Like any modern paraphrase, it has good stuff and sketchy stuff).

    Social justice gospel/liberation theology/critical race theory are “another gospel.” Paul says in Galatians 1:18 they are now accursed. Ditch ‘em. They’ve gone out from us.

  2. The final step will be removing Jesus from everything because a certain group of people complain that they’re blamed for His death.

  3. Wheaton College in Illinois where communist APOSTATES are encouraged to grow upon their campus trees.

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