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***This is the 11th part of a lengthy series exposing the undeniable falling away from Dordt University’s biblical roots. The first parts highlighted speakers who: wrote a book about how “white evangelicals” have “corrupted a faith” and “fractured a nation,” said American exceptionalism is a myth, believes the American church was built on white supremacy, disputes the virgin birth, shill for the secular Left, and says same-sex relationships can be “holy.” Now we take a look at the track record of Chief of Staff and Dean of Chapel, Aaron Baart. Numerous students have chosen to not attend chapel due to Baart’s messages. Baart, along with President Erik Hoekstra, have led Dordt down the road away from basic, biblical belief and toward a much more secular worldview.***

We’ll take a break from Dordt dean of chapel Aaron Baart’s controversial teachings in chapel and focus on some of his tweets through recent years. Baart, who was promoted to Chief of Staff, has been leading a Leftward turn at Dordt University. And President Erik Hoekstra has done little to nothing to stop it.

Here are some of the highlights — or lowlights — from Baart’s political activism on his Twitter account:

Here, Baart retweets leftist Shane Claiborne’s message:

“You can burn a cross and be considered a patriot. But if you burn the flag, you’re a criminal. Welcome to Trump’s America.”

He also shared this cartoon of former President Barack Obama and Jesus:

Baart encouraged opposition of President Trump’s travel ban.

He is one of those who believes the pro-life movement needs to “regain credibility.”

He has been a big critic of the NRA and gun rights. Thanking Delta and United for severing ties with the NRA and calling for a boycott of the organization. Baart also retweeted Steve Nash, saying they’re “still waiting on a compelling argument for guns in America.”

Baart also believes that if you’d ask a Muslim or an atheist what Jesus believed about violence, you’re likely to get a more accurate answer than if you’d ask an American Christian.

Baart really cannot tolerate Trump. At all. So much so that he had two of his children pose as if they were ill in front of Trump Tower for a photo on Instagram.

Here are a few others:

      

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BAART: He is such a serious follower of Jesus, if a gay couple asked him to bake a cake, he’d bake them two

BAART: Dordt dean of chapel leading Leftist push at Christian university

BAART: Dordt dean of chapel gives stage to Hatmaker, who says same-sex relationships can be ‘holy’

Jacob Hall

Author: Jacob Hall