Baylor, a private Christian university located in Waco, Texas, is known as the largest Baptist university in the world with approximately 17,200 students on its 1,000-acre campus and is affiliated with the Texas Baptist Convention, which is subsequently connected to the Southern Baptist Convention.
Reformation Charlotte previously reported that Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) had attempted to invite Native American new age occultist, Kaitlin Curtice to preach to the students. Fortunately, she was unable to make the appearance at the time. However, Cru leader, Matt Mikalatos had defended his invitation to her seemingly ecstatic that he was almost able to get her, along with a Roman Catholic priest, to speak at Cru events.
Curtice is described on her website as,
… a young, Native American Christian mystic who portrays the sacredness of the human condition in everyday language through her writing.
Curtice promotes the heresy of contemplation (contemplative prayer and meditation) and writes of her experiences with “other realms” of life,
By contemplation, I am basically referring to the work of creating and sustaining an inner life of peace, quiet, listening to the Divine/Mystery/Higher Power/God , and letting the overflow of that love stretch into other realms of life.
She is a climate change activist who worships the creation over the creator,
Perhaps if we returned to loving the land, waters, and all beings that live and breathe around us, we might learn how to love our human relatives again.
Nowhere in any of Curtice’s works or writings does she show one iota of understanding of the biblical gospel. Of course, we should not expect a Catholic to understand the gospel as the Catholic Church’s gospel is false. Yet, even in the spiritual blindness of the Roman Catholic Church, many Catholics still have a good grasp on general revelation, morality, and general common sense. This common grace is a gift from God to all creation — not just Christians. Yet, Curtice has not only suppressed the truth of the cross, but the truth of God and his revelation altogether.
This week, Curtice is making the news again as she was recently invited to speak at Baylor University and conservative students at the school were upset that she — a new age mystic — prayed to a false god as she preached during chapel service. Instead of opening and closing with a prayer to God through Jesus Christ, they complained, she opened and closed her liberal propaganda sermon with a prayer to “Mother Mystery,” whoever that is.
The students at the university have called on the school’s leadership to issue a public apology for the chapel service. It appears that Baylor is moving increasingly quickly in the direction of the completely apostate Union Seminary which now worships and makes offerings to plants and animals instead of God.
If you were to die today, where would you go? Heaven? Hell? Not sure?