Women Should Be Silent in the Church Assembly

“So, you know. We’re all sexist misogynists and stuff. Suddenly, Beth Moore’s bony, manicured finger is pointing at all of us with accusations of bigotry for holding to positions that up until 5 minutes ago we all held. The thing about the Great Awokening is that those who sleep in get beaten.”

(JD Hall – Pulpit & Pen)  We warned you for years that Beth Moore would not be content preaching to women. Yet, pastors – yes, men who should have known better – continued to lend her a platform to speak. It started small with Bible studies for women. Then, it became a Sunday School class for both men and women. Then, her influence grew to conferences where both genders were invited to attend. But most recently, Moore began to speak from the pulpit in once-conservative Southern Baptist churches.

Although both Owen Strachan (former president and current Senior Fellow of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood) and Albert Mohler (president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) expressed disagreement with women in the pulpit on the Lord’s Day assembly, Beth Moore continued to double and triple-down in her rebellion against God and Biblical authority over the last week.

In the face of criticism from basically anybody who was biblically sound, Moore said:

“I am compelled to my bones by the Holy Spirit – I don’t want to be but I am – to draw attention to the sexism and misogyny that is rampant in segments of the SBC, cloaked by piety and bearing the stench of hypocrisy”

Speaking probably of the election of Donald Trump, Moore said she had an “eye-opening experience” in 2016.  View article →


Beth Moore

Albert Mohler, Ask Anything Live – Watch starting at the 5:15 mark