Ahead of an on-campus board and trustees meeting in October, a Moody graduate emailed two board members expressing disappointment in MBI's "begun trading the sure foundation of God's Word...for the fragile foundation of the cultural tides of the day," as documented by The Broken Twig.
The email highlighted an apparent lack of professionalism shown by the chair of the Urban Ministries Program, Clive Craigen. The alumnus also chronicled several instances of conservative voices being silenced and marginalized in favor of theological liberalism "devoid of any Gospel substance and grounding." Roys reported that this was one of several concerns about the school's drift toward liberalism that have been met with inaction.
Roys presently insists that, despite Moody officials claiming her lack of following "protocol" in reporting these problems, she was given no choice but to go public after her extensive efforts to follow "protocol" yielded no results.
"I have followed the 'protocol' of Matthew 18," Roys wrote. "I have talked to administrators and numerous trustees. I have confronted them with evidence of wrongdoing and urged them to own their sins and step down. But they have not. And now is the time for reckoning."
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