What’s the truth about John MacArthur, his ministries, and the Master’s University and Seminary?
On this episode of The Roys Report, a former vice president at John MacArthur’s seminary reveals stunning details about the culture of fear, nepotism, and celebrity surrounding the famous pastor.
From 1991—2015, Dennis Swanson worked at The Master’s University and Seminary (TMUS)—first as the director innovation and then as the vice president of operations, the library, and accreditation.
Swanson worked with MacArthur’s son-in-law, Kory Welch, who’s been paid millions in contracts by MacArthur’s ministries. Swanson says Welch was barely competent.
Swanson also was involved in the writing and editing of the John MacArthur Study Bible, which he says John MacArthur didn’t write. Swanson also wrote a chapter in John MacArthur’s book on counseling. Yet Swanson’s name doesn’t appear anywhere in the book.
But that’s the tip of the iceberg of what Swanson saw and experienced. He says a woman he supervised lost her job simply because she was a woman. Swanson says he lost his job simply because he and other administrators were successful in making The Master’s Seminary less about MacArthur and more about a quality education.
This is an insightful conversation and extremely relevant to the issues recently raised about MacArthur and his leadership.
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Source: Julie Roys