More than 70 evangelical churches, organisations and leaders were included in a ‘blacklist’ of around 400 people, organisations, and churches described as a “reactionary right” and “anti-democratic,” causing a controversy in Argentina, according to Evangelical Focus https://evangelicalfocus.com .
Among them where national entities such as the Argentinian Evangelical Alliance (ACIERA), the Argentinian Baptist Theological Seminary, Youth With A Mission and the platform Parliament and Faith; international organisations such as the The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, the Ibero-American Congress for Family and Life and ADF; evangelical leaders such as the recently died Luis Palau and other members of his family; politicians such as Cynthia Hotton and Nadia Márquez, and denominations such as the Assemblies of God.
The news website Evangélico Digital, a member of the Areópago Protestante media group of the Spanish Evangelical Alliance, was also included in the “black list.”
Non-evangelical organisations included Doctors for Life and the Roman Catholic Episcopal Conference.
The promoters of the list had pointed to the “evangelical and Catholic powers” as some of the actors that needed to be exposed because they “are masked in secular organisations” with the aim of “obstructing the sexual and reproductive rights and fighting ‘gender ideology.’”
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SOURCE: Assist News Service, Michael Ireland