The following five questions have been asked publicly to well-known women’s (and unfortunately men’s) Bible teacher Beth Moore, about her seemingly supportive stance with those who affirm homosexuality in the visible church. I am among a group of several women bloggers who were asked to endorse and publish the following Open Letter to Beth Moore, […]
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A Comment to the Snowflake Society: Breathe in, breathe out, move on
Blogger Elizabeth Prata takes on the victim culture in a piece over at The End Time. Prata reminds us that while Christian celeb Beth Moore receives attention for playing the victim card in a blog post to Christian men and churches where she complained about being ignored “dismissed and ridiculed and talked down to,” a large number […]
A No Holds Barred Response to Beth Moore’s “A Letter to My Brothers”
Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley was asked the following question: Did you see Beth Moore’s recent blog post “A Letter to My Brothers“? What do you think about what she said? Michelle was in no rush to respond, so her reply is very well-thought-out. As you will see, she offers her overall […]
A Naked Emperor in the Southern Baptist Convention
How long will it take before the Southern Baptist Convention disqualifies and/or disciplines some of its leaders such as Rick Warren, Andy Stanley & Beth Moore who are in blatant unrepentant sin, wonders Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley. “Is there any amount of sin these pastors and teachers, and those like them, […]
Beth Moore’s Legalism: A Discernment Lesson applicable to any teacher
Elizabeth Prata of The End Time reminds us that popular Bible study teacher, author, and speaker Beth Moore’s theology is off the rails. (Prata has a page on her blog that contains past critiques of Mrs. Moore’s teaching.) In this piece she addresses Moore’s legalism and admonishes us not to listen to Moore “or any […]
Revealing Quotes by Influential Contemplatives
In this article we are sharing a list of quotes by influential contemplatives. Some on the list may surprise you. For example, Rick Warren advocates contemplative prayer in his best-selling book Purpose Driven Life. Many of you will be surprised to learn who made this comment: [I]f we are not still before Him [God], we will never truly know […]
Yet Another One –An Undiscerning Believer– Is Being Deceived!
Lois Putnam of Learn to Discern Granny has a quote from Roger Oakland women should heed: “In fact, in many churches … books replace the Bible altogether. Rather than teach verse-by-verse … the leader of the women’s study teaches page-by-page through a book that is very appealing to the flesh and provides additional revelation to the […]
Does God speak to us? Should I expect Him to?
In a piece I wrote several years ago entitled Finding God’s will is no deep dark secret, I tackled the burning question: How can a person know God’s will? I began by asking the following questions: Is it possible for a Christian to know God’s will and not have to agonize over it? Should a believer […]
How much should ‘associations’ factor into my assessment of whether a teacher is false or not?
What do Billy Graham, Ravi Zacharais, Beth Moore and David Jeremiah have in common? They’ve associated with wolves who lead the sheep astray and they’re unrepentant about their associations. Elizabeth Prata lays out why Christian leaders must not be careless when it comes to their associations. As a Berean it’s up to you to check […]
Important questions for church leaders
These questions are for elders, pastors and ministry leaders who outsource the feeding of their female sheep to women’s conferences like the IF Gathering. I ask because it seems like a huge discernment disconnect that you would trust your women in the hands of those who themselves lack discernment. Here goes: Were you wondering why […]