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Southeastern Seminary President, Danny Akin, Says Beth Moore Tweet “Stupid”

by | Jun 6, 2019

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Beth Moore has single-handedly taken on the role of turning the Southern Baptist Convention from a decidedly complementarian denomination to one that has opened its arms wide to the heresy of feminism.

Beth Moore recently preached a Mothers’ Day sermon at Andy Stanley’s church in Atlanta, GA. Before her appearance in front of the mixed crowd, Moore tweets,

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Danny Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary apparently had some words to say about this tweet.

Starting at the 1:50 mark in the video below, Danny Akin, along with Pete Schemm recalls Beth Moore’s tweet and says it was “stupid.”

The short version, Beth Moore a few weeks ago says on Twitter “preaching at such and such … preaching on Sunday Mothers’ Day. Shhh. Don’t tell anybody,” on Twitter, which was stupid.

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Interestingly, he then goes on to defend Beth Moore and soft egalitarianism.

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