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Gay Anglican Priest Slams John MacArthur, Defends Beth Moore

by | Oct 21, 2019 | News, The Church | 0 comments

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Do not be deceived: “Bad company ruins good morals.”

1 Corinthians 15:33

Beth Moore has certainly surrounded herself with bad company — really bad. In fact, she seems to have surrounded herself with pretty much anyone who will welcome her into her backyard.

Sam Allberry is a gay Anglican priest who has opened the door to homosexual inclusion in the church and infiltrated his false teaching into conservative circles through liberal outlets such as The Gospel Coalition and the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. Sam Allberry is the co-founder of a ministry for same-sex-attracted “Christians” who have chosen to embrace their identity as homosexuals and commit themselves to lives of “celibacy.”

While this may sound honorable on the surface, it is when you really dig into their teachings that should give anyone who claims to believe the Bible great pause. The ministry, Living Out, has taught some downright erroneous teachings regarding sexuality and the Church — but one author has even accused Jesus of struggling with his sexual identity.

There are quite a bit of irrational, unbiblical teachings that come from Living Out — which begs the question; why would they support Beth Moore?

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Recently, John MacArthur held a conference at his church where during one Q&A session, John MacArthur was asked his thoughts on Beth Moore. His response was simple; Go home!

Of course, this drew the ire of many Southern Baptist leaders — a denomination now filled to the brim with gays, liberals, and feminists thanks to the ERLC and The Gospel Coalition. A denomination that was once solid now stands to oppose true and uncompromising heroes of the faith like John MacArthur and instead, embrace false teachers. One of those men was SBC president, JD Greear.

While sitting in their ivory mega-church tower offices discussing the importance of telling their congregations that homosexuality is no bigger of a deal than boasting while sipping tea with their pinky stuck out, these gutless SBC leaders are more concerned about John MacArthur’s unpalatable honesty than they are the destructive heresies Beth Moore imports into the Church. While they should be protecting the flock from false teachers like Beth Moore, instead, they embrace them.

I appeal to you, brothers, to watch out for those who cause divisions and create obstacles contrary to the doctrine that you have been taught; avoid them.

Romans 16:17

But reaching outside the denomination, many other notable liberal faces who’ve joined forces with Southern Baptist leaders are dropping their two-cents in the coin slot as well. Allberry, mentioned above, has doubled-down on his support as well.

One must wonder, if the Southern Baptist Convention is conservative, and if Beth Moore isn’t a false teacher, then why is she being protected and surrounded by so many gays, liberals, and feminists? Why are these kinds of people attracted to her?

Of course, like all false teachers, wolves protect wolves. In fact, they have an entire industrial complex to protect and promote. People like this make a living off of fleecing the sheep with the muck and mire oozing from their unclean lips. They have an appearance of godliness but deny its power (2 Timothy 3:5).

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