Beth Moore – More Dangerous Than Ever To Christian Women & The Church
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Ken Silva of Apprising Ministries has written a cogent article on popular ‘Baptist’ teacher Beth Moore. For years now, women have flocked to the teachings of this woman without due process of investigating her teachings in accordance to God’s written Word. Result? Serious error.
Silva shows why Moore’s teaching is actually in opposition to, if not attacking, the Protestant Reformation and is yet another example of how the doctrinally cancerous false teaching of contemplative mysticism/prayer continues to flow within the veins of Southern Baptist churches:
“In Be Still Beth Moore will tell us why, in their warped perspective, the Reformation is over—even though the anathema, which the Roman Catholic Church placed upon the Gospel of Jesus Christ, still remains:
[Beth Moore:] You know, one of the things that time gives us is that it erases the lines in between people so many different sections of the people of God. Because many years later it doesn’t matter any longer that this person was of this practice in the Christian faith and this person of another. Time somehow blurs those lines and we are profoundly moved by the historical narratives of all their lives, of so great a cloud of witnesses; that we can look back on and see what kept them running the race, what kept them running toward the face of Christ at the end of that finish line. (channel 1, 00:18-00:50)
So what do you suppose it is that Beth Moore is talking about in this section, dedicated as it is to the praise of so-called “Christian” mystics who were members of the apostate Church of Rome, when she says that time “erases the lines.” She’s referring to the Reformation during which many of Christ’s beloved children were brutally murdered on the orders of Popes of the Roman Catholic Church. O, but to these compromisers “time” has somehow erased all of this. No, it hasn’t…”
You can read Ken’s commentary here.