Louisville pastor C.J. Mahaney — accused in a lawsuit of allegedly covering up sexual abuse by others in the denomination he once led — has withdrawn from the 2014 program of a prominent Louisville pastor’s conference that he founded along with Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President Albert Mohler and two other pastors.

The Together for the Gospel (T4G) conference draws thousands to Louisville every two years, many of them men attracted to the revival of Calvinist doctrines related to the sovereignty of God and the authority of male leaders.

Mahaney said in a July 1 statement that his participation in the upcoming 2014 conference could create “a hindrance to this conference” due to his role in the lawsuit, but he said his withdrawal should not be seen as a reflection on the merits of the case itself.

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One Response to C.J. Mahaney pulls out of Louisville pastors conference

  1. Tulip Girl says:

    I am thankful to see so many PCA and broadly Reformed leaders have signed the document released by GRACE about child abuse in the Church. http://netgrace.org/

    It breaks my heart that abuse exists… And I am saddened that the Church, even the PCA, is not more vocal.