Beth Moore has been on the attack against Scripture for a long time. Last year, Beth Moore launched her tirade against the Word of God by attempting to pit Paul against Jesus implying that the two contradicted each other in the Bible. Now, she openly denies the objective interpretation of Scripture based on authorial intent which has been practiced by the Church as long as the Scriptures have been around.
It’s no wonder she has such loose theology. When one can unhitch themselves from the actual meaning of Scripture, they can come up with all kinds of unbiblical doctrines to support their aberrant beliefs.
Beth Moore has been urged by John MacArthur to “go home” rather than remain in rebellion to God, but she has not heeded his advice. She continues to rebelliously preach to men and refuses to obey the Scriptures. She has written off homosexuality, refusing to acknowledge it as sinful. She continues to attack biblical gender roles. She runs around with gay activists who oppose conservatism. She runs around with rank apostates and heretics and leads, literally, millions of people into temptation. And most of all, she blasphemes God with her fanciful tales of conversations with and direct revelation from God — all of which contradict Scripture.
Beth Moore, whether it be her fanciful tales about meeting a stranger at a bus stop to give her money because “God told her to,” or outlandish dreams of God lifting her up in the air to envision Catholics and Protestants in ecumenical unity or her recent elbow-locking with heretics Joel Osteen, Matt Crouch, and Brian Houston, her hand holding with wolftress, Joyce Meyer, her quick jump to condemn an innocent high school kid in a racist media propaganda attack, or her declaration that spending time with God is not the same thing as spending time in the Bible, one thing is for sure, Beth Moore is no stranger at calling evil “good” and good “evil.” So much so that Todd Friel and Phil Johnson even recorded a television broadcast writing her off.