In an interview with Justin Peters, Susan Heck, a conservative women’s Bible-study author and teacher made the assertion that Beth Moore, who she says is “adulterating the Word of God,” is on her way to Hell unless she repents.
“My concerns about her,” Susan says, “poor hermeneutics. “She has terrible rules of interpreting Scriptures.
“She is very narcissistic, she is very dramatic,” Susan continued, “she doesn’t exegete Scripture, she doesn’t apply Scripture.”
Susan says she has looked at Beth Moore’s social media accounts and taken screenshots with her so that when people challenge her on Beth Moore’s problematic teachings, she can ask them “is this the woman you want to emulate, is this a godly woman?”
“I’m not trying to condemn her,” Susan went on to say, “I feel great sorrow for her because she is the blind leading the blind–they’re both going to fall in a ditch.” Then, she added, “unless she repents, the blackest of darkness is reserved for her forever. That doesn’t make me happy.”
Of course, the “blackest of darkness” is a reference to Jude 13 which states that false teachers are like “wild waves of the sea, casting up the foam of their own shame; wandering stars, for whom the gloom of utter darkness has been reserved forever.”