Beth Moore is a piece of work and has truly shown her colors in the last few months. While we’ve been reporting on the apostasy of Beth Moore for years, many have been defending her — and are only now beginning to see the serious error of this Jezebel they’ve been tolerating.
Beth Moore has been single-handedly leading the Southern Baptist Convention into a feminist / egalitarian direction, drawing the applause of many liberals and charismatics from Dwight McKissic and Kyle Howard to Thabiti Anyabwile and Matt Chandler.
However, Moore is now promoting homosexual activists from the newly created Evangelical “eunuch class” whose sole purpose is to change the mindset of the church on homosexuality to one that is affirming and open to unrepentant gays. Revoice Conference is just that — it is a conference that tosses aside the historic biblical view on sexuality in exchange for one that accepts dishonorable passions and vile affections as normal and unchanging, even in Christians.
Wesley Hill, a Revoice speaker and advocate for gay, celibate friendships — even those who cohabit — posted the following, very gay-looking picture of himself and another homosexual, Caleb Ackley, snuggled up where he wished Caleb a happy birthday.
Here’s where Beth Moore jumps in, and without even a single question, she instantly affirms them as “brothers” and accepts them into her circles.
There is no question that Beth Moore has aligned herself with those who have deviated far from biblical orthodoxy. While she maligns Reformed and conservative theologians like Owen Strachan, saying she would be “terrified” to be a woman that he approved of, simply because he affirms what the Scriptures say about gender roles, she regularly aligns herself with false teachers. Some of these false teachers she’s aligned herself with range from prosperity gospel charlatans such as Joel Osteen, Matt Crouch, and Hillsong’s Brian Houston to now, homosexual activists from Revoice and Living Out.
If you were to die today, where would you go? Heaven? Hell? Not sure?