In recent months, Beth Moore has clearly exposed herself as one of the greatest enemies to the true and living Church of Jesus Christ. While she has spent many years railing against the truth of God’s Word, teaching false doctrine, and leading women — and men — astray, nothing has been so clear as her hatred towards God as her recent actions.
Beth Moore began her career as a small-group women’s Bible-study teacher. Fair enough, though the Bible says that women should remain silent in Church, no sane-minded Southern Baptist would have argued in favor of women preachers, especially those who teach men until recently. Over the last several years, Beth Moore’s influence has grown to astronomical levels, drawing crowds of tens of thousands at times in audiences of both men and women. She preaches at churches on Sunday mornings, behind the pulpit. And, she mocks God.
There have been quite a number of sound theologians and teachers who’ve held consistently to the Biblical teaching that women should not preach. Yet, Moore has consistently held her middle finger up to God. While setting aside sound teaching to embrace homosexuality, Beth Moore has repeatedly insisted that not only does she have the right to teach and preach to men, but that nothing is going to stop her and even saying that she’d be “terrified” to be a biblical woman. Following the footsteps of the serpent in the Garden, she goes on to question God’s Word on biblical womanhood as she mocks.
This weekend, she continued to mock God when she tweeted that she’d be preaching at Tom Ascol’s church. This isn’t the first time she’s mocked in this same respect. But Tom Ascol and his ministry, Founders, have been rightly critical of Beth Moore saying that pastors who allow her to speak in their church need to be rebuked.
Here’s Beth Moore’s latest mockery.
It comes as no surprise that Beth Moore would continue her rebellion this way, but what’s most sad about it is the number of people who cheer her on as she does this. With thousands of likes, Moore continues to lead gullible and weak-minded people away from the truth, just like it says in Jude,
But you must remember, beloved, the predictions of the apostles of our Lord Jesus Christ. They said to you, “In the last time there will be scoffers, following their own ungodly passions.” It is these who cause divisions, worldly people, devoid of the Spirit.Jude 17-19
Beth Moore is clearly that scoffer. She questions God’s Word and follows her own passions. She has no desire to be a humble and obedient servant.