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Beth Moore Denies Original Sin, Says We are Born Seeking Things of God

by | Oct 7, 2020 | heresy, News, The Church, Video | 0 comments

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The Bible does not allow women to function in the role of pastor or preacher — and for good reason. Women are not permitted to be pastors or hold a role of authority over men in the Church. The bible is crystal clear on this issue.

There are some women who downright disobey this rule and there are some who presumptuously assume the role that has been forbidden to them. Any pastor who makes excuses for this transgression, ordaining women to the office of pastor, are themselves arrogant and unqualified.

But besides the prohibition in Scripture against women preaching, some are just rank heretics — like Beth Moore.

Beth Moore has a multitude of heresies on her laundry list and they continue to stack up. The latest, she has denied original sin and she claims — in opposition to the Scriptures which says that no one does good, no one seeks God (Romans 3:11) — that we are “born with a drive to seek the things of God.”

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