Evangelical pastor, John MacArthur, who is loved by Christ’s sheep and hated by heretics, seems to be finishing well. While it would be insincere to say that we agree on every topic or point of theology, there is no doubt that MacArthur has been used by God to bring clarity and conviction to cultural and theological issues that the church faces.
MacArthur is regularly attacked by feminists who despise him for his unwavering biblical stance on women in the pulpit—whether it be from Beth Moore, JD Greear, or any other lady-preacher or girly-man out there. They all hate him for the same reason: they are ungodly people, who pervert the grace of our God into sensuality and deny our only Master and Lord, Jesus Christ (Jude 1:4).
But even as the attacks continue, an aging godly leader still hasn’t wavered on this issue, and during a Q&A session this week, John MacArthur reiterated just how ungodly it is to rebel against God’s design for biblical gender roles, especially as it relates to women preachers. It is a “total violation of Scripture,” and a “line that cannot be crossed.” This is why, he says, you would never see him participate with other Christians who are allowing this to go on.