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Why Do Woke Feminists Hate John MacArthur So Much?

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“There are six things that the Lord hates, seven that are an abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathes out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers.” —Proverbs 6:16-19

There is nary a passage in all of Scripture that completely depict—on all six, even seven of these things that the Lord hates—than some of the woke feminists we see setting their sights on John MacArthur.

John MacArthur, an aging, faithful pastor who is ending his run well, has become the conclusive target for the faux-pious man-hating attack squadron that has manifested itself as a gaggle of miscreants who can’t bear to even conceive that God’s created order is both good and right. And their ultimate goal is to silence and discredit anyone who dares to stand on that biblical truth as authoritative.

Three of the leading clan members are Christine Pack, Rachael Denhollander, and, of course, Julie Roys. This trio of feminists has made it their life mission to destroy John MacArthur and his ministry by attributing falsehoods, stretching the truth, and even outright lying about him. The allegation boils down to this vapid stupidity: John MacArthur hates women and wants to subject them to abusive men.

The allegations involve a former member of John MacArthur’s Grace Community Church named Eileen. To paraphrase, Eileen accused her husband of abuse and she sought counseling at Grace Community Church. At the time of the counseling, there was no admission or no evidence of any of the claims that Eileen made, and there were no police reports filed. Therefore, John MacArthur and the staff at Grace urged the two to reconcile.

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Several years later, questionable evidence of Eileen’s husband abusing their children came to light, and ultimately, her husband was convicted of abuse. Keep in mind, this was years later after the couple sought counseling from Grace. According to these feminists, however, John MacArthur hates women and knowingly wants them to be subjected to child abusers.

Julie Roys has run numerous articles continuing to make this false and thoroughly debunked claim that somehow John MacArthur was aware of the abuse at the time of the counseling and still, knowingly, urged Eileen to subject herself to the alleged abuse of her husband. For more on that, I’ll point you to our friends at Protestia who’ve covered this. But this has been the crux of Julie’s relentless bashing of John MacArthur for years.

Decades after all of this transpired, Julie Roys has now morphed her accusations against John MacArthur into “protecting pedophiles.”

It really doesn’t get more insidious and deceitful than that and her tactics give new meaning to the term Machiavellian.

You may remember last week, we ran several reports on Joshua Butler who wrote an article for The Gospel Coalition comparing Jesus’ love for his bride to a man ejaculating into his wife. The article was not only absurd and gross, but it also was blasphemous and reduced God’s love—and man’s love for his wife—to a mere procreative sexual act. There was a major outcry from both conservatives and progressives against the article which led to a retraction of the article and a withdrawal of endorsements for Butler’s upcoming book.

This is where another of MacArthur’s accusers-of-the-brethren picks up the charges and runs with them. Rachael Denhollander, one of the Southern Baptist Convention’s most sought-after thought leaders among the limp-wristed, head-bowing elite male class of the denomination, compares John MacArthur’s biblical view of the patriarchy to Josh Butler’s weird and erotic description of God’s love for us.

Here, she accuses MacArthur of teaching the same thing Butler did, but somehow, we just haven’t been able to see it because, I guess, a bunch of male chauvinists want to run cover for MacArthur?

Christine Pack echoes Denhollander’s sentiments in a similar tweet comparing MacArthur’s words to Butler’s. Not only do these liars manifest their wickedness in a shallow hatred for the truth, but they also take MacArthur’s words deliberately out of context and publish a modified quote that does not even remotely demonstrate what MacArthur actually said.

Here’s what MacArthur actually said:

So in light of all this, it raises the question: why do these people go to such great lengths to discredit a faithful minister of God’s word, an uncompromising voice in the Church, and a man who has arguably brought more clarity and light to the gospel than nearly anyone in the last century? Jesus gives us a glimpse in John 15:18, “If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you.”

These people are of the world—they love the things of the world and they revel in the desire to make themselves god over their own lives. Accountability to a God, especially a male God, is so offensive to them that they’d rather spend eternity separated from Him. This is the God of the Bible that they hate—and since John MacArthur presents an uncompromised, unadulterated self-revealing God of the Bible, they are going to die in their hatred of him as well—and anyone else who stands with him.


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