Beth Moore, When Godly People Do Ungodly Things, pg.220 (italics in the original)
SO, Beth Moore gets direct revelations from God for writing a book! Not only did God give her the title, but He also told her when to start writing as He guided her through the process. This would then make her book equivalent with the Bible, being inspired and directed by God.
If what Moore says is true, then why does she have so much unbiblical teachings, and so much twisting of Scripture in her writings and teachings? Even the cited book has errors of such nature, so how can it have come from God?
This is just another example as to why Beth Moore is a dangerous teacher. I must heartily agree with what M. Kurt Goedelman writes in his critique of Moore’s book, “Audacious” in the April-June 2016 Personal Freedom Outreach Quarterly Journal:
“With Moore, the bad and insignificant far outweigh the sparse good. If one wants to invest time to read the further adventures of Beth seasoned here and there with a biblical flavor, then this book [Audacious] will suffice. But be warned, it’s like cotton candy. It may be attractive and look like a lot and when you bite into it, it may be sweet and good tasting, but there is not much substance or spiritual nourishment. As with the other of Moore’s writings, it lacks fruitful instruction toward biblical sanctification in the life of the believer -- and that is a tragic omission from one who is hailed as presenting ‘solid biblical insight.’”