“Moore has become a favorite of the gay community, after labeling Christians against homosexuality “hyper-fundamentalists” and secretly removing sections from past writing that condemn sodomy. This is after Moore attacked “doctrinal purity,” claiming that the pursuit was not in line with the spirit of Scripture. In subsequent days when pressed upon to condemn homosexuality as a sin, Beth Moore refused.”
(JD Hall – Pulpit & Pen) In what will be seen as a watershed moment in the Southern Baptist Convention – the day that the liberals reclaimed that which they lost in the Conservative Resurgence – the crowd applauded wildly as Beth Moore attacked complementarianism in her sermon at a propagandic virtue-signaling conference hosted by the ERLC.
Shocking some in the crowd but embraced by most within it, Moore attacked complementarianism – the belief that men and women are equal but hold different roles in the home and church (like preaching, for example) – and attacked those who say egalitarians (those who believe men and women have the same roles in the church) don’t believe in the inerrancy of Scripture.
Southern Baptists, since the time of the Conservative Resurgence when its seminaries and entities kicked out leftists like Beth Moore, Russell Moore, and many who are now prominent SBC employees, the denomination has held strictly to the view of complementarianism. Their argument has traditionally been that egalitarians do deny the inerrancy of Scripture. The reason for that argument is well-deserved; no known denomination that that lets women preach believes in the inerrancy of the Bible.