Many Christian brothers and sisters agonize in spiritually baffling denominations. I think of a very conservative brother holding fast to the fundamentals as a United Methodist pastor; I think of another serving in a United Presbyterian church. In the case of either of those bodies, if someone in another state asked "What would ______ church be like?", I'd have to answer, "There's no telling. The denomination is apostatizing or worse, but there are a very few within it still holding to the Word."
Ever thinking of others, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter have made a move. I actually see it as a positive and helpful move. Now, pick your jaw up off the floor, and read on.
Rather than continuing to be a shameful, degrading, corrosive presence within the Southern Baptist Convention, both of these walking, talking (talking, talking, talking, talking, talking) spiritual trainwrecks are planning a big meeting, with a mind to distancing themselves from conservative (i.e. Bible-actually-believing) "elements" within the SBC.
As I see it, this is the first useful thing either man has ever done, apart from leaving office.
If the C's form some sort of organization, then prospective SBC attendants won't have to wonder where the church they're considering stands. If it isn't aligned with CarterClintIanity, it may be serious even about the edgy parts of the Bible.