Being critical of popular writer and speaker Jen Hatmaker feels a bit like kicking puppies. She manages to be funny and heartfelt all the while sharing her clear desire to see the Gospel impact the world around her. She also has a great collection of oversized earrings that I confess to greatly envy. Since setting off on my journey to become a published writer, Jen Hatmaker has served as a model for what I would like to achieve; walking that razor-thin line of approachable yet substantive. She is authentic and real but without making excuses or compromising her convictions. Here it comes….
The Hatmakers double down on “holy” homosexual “marriage”
Our Impoverished Imaginations: The World of Jen Hatmaker
Jen Hatmaker has created a god of her own delusions. From a civil rights and civil liberties side and from just a human being side, any two adults have the right to choose who they want to love. And they should be afforded the same legal protections as any of us. I would never wish anything less for my gay friends.
4 concerns about Jen Hatmaker’s teachings
Texas pastor and reality TV star Brandon Hatmaker issued a lengthy Facebook post Tuesday to say that he percent agrees with his wife, author Jen Hatmaker, when it comes to the belief that monogamous same-sex marriages can be considered holy. In the aftermath, Hatmaker received tons of criticism from conservative Christian commenters. A season of study… what a week, a couple of weeks, a month or two?
Hatmaker came out in affirmation of sodomy in April of , demanding that churches accept and approve of both homosexuality and homosexuals in a Facebook post. This followed up on a comment by Hatmaker , regarding the brief World Vision gay employment scandal, that the Bible was not sufficiently clear on the topic of sodomy. After the April Facebook post, Hatmaker went on to do an interview with homosexual journalist, Jonathan Merritt, and definitively embraced sodomy , which finally received the attention of the mainstream Christian news and caused a bit of controversy. It takes a lot of heresy to have Lifeway pull your books, and Hatmaker crossed that threshold , which is not an easy feat to do. As we explained in October of , Beth Moore has been one of the few remaining evangelical voices who have stood loud and proud with Hatmaker since her open support for sodomy and sodomy-based relationships.