- Advertisment -

Russell Moore: “An SBC that doesn’t have a place for Beth Moore doesn’t have a place for a lot of us”

-

Russell Moore is the head of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and a political change agent. A former Democratic staff member, Moore has taken his leftist political ideology and transformed the Southern Baptist Convention into a progressive organization wrought with anti-Christian ideologies such as Critical Race Theory. Putting a Christian facade over these progressive ideas and cloaking them in Bible verses, Moore has been able to turn a large portion of the once conservative denomination into a religious organization that now largely elevates social issues such as financial and economic equality over and above biblical issues such as abortion and homosexuality.

Russell Moore has also been an outspoken defender of Beth Moore (no relation) who has, on the other side of the social justice aisle, made her mission in life to advance feminism and abolish biblical complementarianism.

Beth Moore calls herself a complementarian. Of course, she isn’t, as she regularly disobeys the Scriptures and assumes the function of pastor and elder and preaches to mixed audiences — even on Sunday mornings.

Some conservative leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention have been adamant about holding fast to the biblical complementarian position. On May 7th 2019, Dr. Owen Strachan of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary published an article Divine Order in a Chaotic Age: On Women Preaching, where he called Beth Moore and SBC president, JD Greear’s endorsement of women preaching into question. Beth Moore responded angrily on Twitter, stating she would be “terrified” to be a woman that Strachan would “approve of.”

Beth Moore
✔
@BethMooreLPM
Replying to @ostrachan
Owen, I am going to say this with as much respect & as much self restraint as I can possibly muster. I would be terrified to be a woman you’d approve of. And I would have wasted 40 years of my life encouraging women to come to know and love Jesus through the study of Scripture.

4,985
10:00 AM - May 9, 2019

Strachan is not the only conservative leader who has taken issue with Moore’s position. In a podcast by Founders Ministry, a conservative Reformed group within the SBC, leaders Tom Ascol and Jared Longshore discuss Beth Moore’s preaching to mixed audiences and asserted that not only is it unbiblical for her to do so, but the pastor who allowed it needs to be rebuked.

One unlikely leader who has stepped in to defend the biblical complementarian position is Al Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and one of the original leaders of the Southern Baptist “conservative resurgence.” Mohler, who generally waits until the fire is blazing to comment, tweeted the following:

Albert Mohler
‏
Verified account
 
@albertmohler
Follow Follow @albertmohler
More
We have reached a critical moment in the Southern Baptist Convention when there are now open calls to retreat from our biblical convictions on complementarianism and embrace the very error that the SBC repudiated over 30 years ago. Honestly, I never thought I would see this day.

Interestingly, it is Al Mohler who created this firestorm and continues to support Russell Moore, the very one who has turned the SBC into a progressive-leaning denomination.

By the way, did you know Reformation Charlotte has a Christian gear and apparel store? Check it out at ReformedGear.com.

Russell Moore, in a panel discussion at the Southern Baptist annual convention meeting yesterday, along with Beth Moore, and sex-abuse survivor, Rachel Denhollander, asserted that “An SBC that doesn’t have a place for Beth Moore, doesn’t have a place for a lot of us.” To this, I would say that he is absolutely right. The same people who hold to the biblical position on complementary gender roles also hold to biblical conservative positions in other areas — those of which he continues to fight against.

Whether it be Moore’s breaking bread with the gay community, his softening tone on homosexuality, referring to Jesus as an “illegal alien,” promotion and teaching of inherent “white guilt” by sole virtue of skin color, yoking with Democrat and socialist groups, serving as an editor for a Catholic magazine, coddling the transgender community, partnering with animal rights groups and referring to animal rights as a “gospel issue,” fighting for the right to build an Islamic mosque, or accepting donations from billionaire leftists like George Soros to advance open-borders and amnesty, one thing is for certain, Russell Moore’s positions are not Christian.

The healthiest thing the Southern Baptist Convention could do at this point is split. Conservatives need to come out.

Help us grow by sharing!

We are being actively censored on many platforms because of our conservative views. The more places you follow us, the more likely we are to get our message out. Please support us by following us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, following us on Parler, following us on Instagram, and visiting our gear and apparel store. Also, please subscribe to our newsletter. If you would like to support us financially, a contribution of any amount is greatly appreciated.



Leave a reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Comment moderation is enabled. Your comment may take some time to appear.

Latest news

Pro-Sodomy Female Preacher Joins Southern Baptist Leader in Call for Trump Impeachment

Earlier this week, Reformation Charlotte reported that Russell Moore, a Democrat and the head of the Southern Baptist Convention's...

Leftist Pastor “Getting Off” the Southern Baptist Convention “Bus” Because it Isn’t Woke Enough

Dwight McKissic, a racist, anti-gospel charismatic tongue-babbling black nationalist who masquerades as a shepherd of God’s people has done more to...

In Odd Comparison to Left-Handers Woke Group Says Solution to Racism is “White-Handed” People

It's difficult to come up with a headline that gleans everything stupid that you're about to see in the...

Fact Check: Why Does Jemar Tisby Lie So Much?

Jemar Tisby is one of the leading agitators of the modern racial division in Evangelical churches in America. He...

China Boasts Uyghur Women ‘No Longer Baby-Making Machines’ Amid Falling Birth Rates

China claims the collapse in population growth of the Uyghur community in Xinjiang is due to the “eradication of religious extremism”...

Top SBC Leader Says If He Were Senator, He Would Vote to Impeach and Convict Donald Trump

Russell Moore, head of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission -- a George Soros-linked front group...

Must read

Andy Stanley’s Associate Pastor Tells Mom Her Gay Daughter is ‘Saved’

It’s really no secret that Andy Stanley’s Northpoint Church...

Top Ten False Teachers You’ll Find in Evangelical Churches

False teachers are everywhere -- they're a dime a...
- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you

Help us grow by sharing!