Beth Moore Labels Christians Against Homosexuality, ‘Hyper-Fundamentalists’

“While some of us aren’t afraid of the term “fundamentalism,” for many evangelicals the term has a negative connotation. Essentially, Moore is insulting those of us who have a Biblical sexual ethic and is implying that we are all stuffy, KJV-only, … Continue reading 

Does Beth Moore really believe that homosexuality – not just the behavior, but the identity and desire – is a deadly sin?

“It is no secret that I have very serious concerns with Beth Moore. Many, many people do. Even if she were to (finally) make a strong and clear affirmation of what is truly a Christian sexual ethic on this issue, … Continue reading 

An Open Letter to Beth Moore – Timeline of Events

Michelle Lesley keeps us informed as to what has transpired since six Christian women published a letter to Beth Moore asking that she clearly state her view on homosexuality, as what she believes has “evolved” over the years. Under immense … Continue reading 

Beth Moore: Calling Homosexuality a Sin is ‘Exceeding Scripture’

Yet, in one of the rare situations where Beth Moore actually writes something biblically sound and true — a clear position on the sinfulness of homosexuality — she insists that she’s “exceeded Scripture.” (Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte)  Beth Moore … Continue reading 

Lauding Heretic, Eugene Peterson, Beth Moore Compares Him to Beethoven

“An advocate of the now largely defunct Emergent Church, Peterson actually encouraged people not to read or study the Bible. Peterson created a Bible paraphrase that was as least like the Bible as humanly possible, because Peterson wanted people to … Continue reading 

Beth Moore’s Beliefs on Homosexuality Are Called into Question in Open Letter from Bible Teachers

The letter focus[es] heavily on Moore’s seemingly close relationships with two progressive Christian authors, Jen Hatmaker and Jonathan Merritt, who have openly shown support for the LGBTQ community. Merritt has even expressed that he had “at least one homosexual encounter … Continue reading 

Beth Moore, Sam Allberry Promote Gay Activists, Calls Them “Brothers”

“There is no question that Beth Moore has aligned herself from 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 … Continue reading 

Alistair Begg Also Shares Concerns About Beth Moore, But Will Still Preach with Her

Begg’s ministry claimed that he accepted the invitation without knowing who else would be partnering with him. First, that’s ill-advised and (probably) wrong. It’s certainly undiscerning and in today’s climate of apostasy, is foolish. It’s alsoirresponsible not to know such things. (JD … Continue reading 

Beth Moore and Gay Activist Preston Sprinkle Defend Francis Chan

Echoing John Piper’s famous “Farewell Rob Bell” tweet, one author even wrote an article titled “Farewell Francis,” expressing the long-overdue need to write Chan off. In a half-hearted attempt to save face, however, after much criticism from broader Evangelicalism, Chan responds to his critics … Continue reading 

Beth Moore Joins Liberals in Falsely Condemning Boys Who ‘Taunted’ Indigenous People

In a piece we posted earlier, Here’s What You Need To Know About The Confrontation Between Covington Catholic Students And Native American Protesters, Emily Zanotti of Daily Wire lays out what really happened when a group of Native American protesters claimed they were harassed and … Continue reading 

Why do people ‘hate’ Beth Moore? What’s the problem with Beth Moore?

“People with sound doctrine don’t tend to support uniting with and promoting heretical word of faith teaching.” (Hetrodox Research Initiative)  SUMMARY: People with sound doctrine don’t tend to support uniting with and promoting word of faith and prosperity gospel heretical teaching. You … Continue reading