The Beth Moore interchange with a discerning woman has exploded on the Internet. Beth doesn’t like people questioning her direct revelations from God. CARM has done a good job of posting a synopsis of Moore’s teachings, and why she can’t be trusted. What should we think about Moore? I think Moore needs to confess her false teachings and start over!
A hat tip to Erin for the next three:
A very sad aspect of the whole Beth Moore situation is that her followers behave as cult members, totally ignoring the fact that Moore has continuously been exposed in regards to her bad teachings. I can speak from experience in that the most comments I have received over the past 7 years has been in regards to my articles about Beth. I get some of the most hate-filled vitriol possible, with all sorts of attacks on my person. And with that, I will leave you with one more article about Beth Moore.
The pope’s visit to the Philippines demonstrates how much idolatry is in the Roman Catholic religion. Jack Morrow provides more information.
Beware the horrible “but”-monster. Good stuff.
All over the news this past week. Meanwhile, this one remains steadfast in his lie.
Lastly, I received an e-mail this week from James Kieferdorf. He was alerting me to a false teacher I hadn’t heard of — Anna Diehl. Here is James’ e-mail:
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