Southeastern Seminary President, Danny Akin, Says Beth Moore Tweet “Stupid”

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Beth Moore has single-handedly taken on the role of turning the Southern Baptist Convention from a decidedly complementarian denomination to one that has opened its arms wide to the heresy of feminism.

Beth Moore recently preached a Mothers’ Day sermon at Andy Stanley’s church in Atlanta, GA. Before her appearance in front of the mixed crowd, Moore tweets,

Danny Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary apparently had some words to say about this tweet.

Starting at the 1:50 mark in the video below, Danny Akin, along with Pete Schemm recalls Beth Moore’s tweet and says it was “stupid.”

The short version, Beth Moore a few weeks ago says on Twitter “preaching at such and such … preaching on Sunday Mothers’ Day. Shhh. Don’t tell anybody,” on Twitter, which was stupid.

Interestingly, he then goes on to defend Beth Moore and soft egalitarianism.

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