Can American evangelism die because evangelicals voted for Donald Trump? This seems to be the thinking that Beth Moore, Christian evangelist and bestselling author, is following nowadays.
In a tweet responding to a Christian Post editorial, Moore, the 62-year-old founder of Living Proof Ministries, identified 2016 as the year the movement âpassed away.â
The Christian Post editorial was responding to Christianity Todayâs support for President Donald Trumpâs impeachment and removal from office; The Christian Post piece blasted âChristian elitismâ and the spirit of the Christianity Today editorial....
Her pride is showing. If I ever hear her say again âitâs taking every ounce of self discipline to keep me from saying and acting like I want too...â when having a policy difference with biblical theologians or simply someone who disagrees with her, Beth Moore ticket sales to women only events must be less of a bargain or she wouldnât mind having someone disagree with her. But then her objectives were to rule over the crowd, to unsurp the men in power. I think Beth Moore is like a Oprah Winfrey of Christian authors. An expert on telling how it should and will be. If thereâs grave stone to be propped up, itâs the South Baptist Convention. All thanks too, Mohler, Greerer, Moore and Moire. Sheâs catty and smug- she needs to become an Episcopalian.
Paula White on the government dole. This means you are involuntarily supporting a heretic
At least we aren't directly supporting Beth Mooređ
Rob Boston wrote: Itâs worth noting that Whiteâs theology has plenty of critics in the Christian community. Russell D. Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and hardly a liberal, has bluntly stated, âPaula White is a charlatan and recognized as a heretic by every orthodox Christian, of whatever tribe.â
excerpt from, "TV Preacher Paula White Secures Official Perch At White House"
While it is true that Mr. Trump practices
https://tinyurl.com/sevgtg8 ((4) Practical atheism.)-- "It has nothing at all to do with belief. Indeed it accepts the affirmations of theism. It has reference wholly to the mode of life. It is to live as though there was no God."
He at least is giving part of his salary helping to control the opioid addiction problem, is Mizz White doing the sameâď¸
Confusion comes when a non-believer says something or does something that resembles what God says to do. IOW, satan is much more effective when he is a wolf in sheepâs clothing rather than simply a wolf. Most Christians understand this principle, but from the years of posting on this site, I can attest that many do not apply it. Whenever this happens it has the effect of dummying down the gospel of our Lord and Savior.
Beth Moore is simply an evangelical feminist, which is the worst kind because they use the word of God to justify their abominations. The only difference between her and Hillary is that Hillary cannot confuse a genuine Christian; whereas Beth Moore can and does.
Women were not designed to be secular or Christian leaders. They were supposed to be wives and mothers; to be keepers at home and in subjection to their husbands as unto the Lord. It has nothing to do with their individual value in Godâs eyes but to their roles in life.
The world and most of the true church has embraced this feminist agenda to some degree. A little leaven does leaven the whole lump.
Galatians 5:9 A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump.
Nothing and I mean nothing can undo the feminist agenda, but we must speak out against it.
If they wanted to complain about someone they should have went after Paula White who is now an official in the Trump Administration. â
Wikipedia wrote: Southern Baptist theologian and ethicist Russell D. Moore said that "Paula White is a charlatan and recognized as a heretic by every orthodox Christian, of whatever tribe." Michael Horton, a professor of theology at Westminster Seminary California, wrote in early January 2017 that White represented a heretical movement and that her then-upcoming address at President Trump's inauguration was helping to introduce heresy into mainstream public life. Horton addressed White's alleged denial of the Trinity and the prosperity gospel's position that Christ died on the cross not for the forgiveness of humankind but to rescue people from financial hardship. Other allegations of heresy have emerged among conservative Christians, such as that White has denied the Trinity,...
excerpt from, "Criticism and allegations of heresy"
Considering the people that Trump has surrounded himself with, Beth Moore has taken the logical, Christian position
Well, Beth Moore outed as a person of intelligence and observation, who would have thoughtââ at least she's not a Paula Whiteâ
I wonder how many of you read the second editorial from Christianity Today on the topic of Trump?
Timothy Dalrymple wrote: .... President Donald Trump would have you believe we are âfar left.â Others have said we are not Bible-believing Christians. Neither is true. Christianity Today is theologically conservative. We are pro-life and pro-family. We are firm supporters of religious liberties and economic opportunity for men and women to exercise their gifts and create value in the world. We believe in the authority of Scripture. We are also a global ministry. We travel the world and see the breadth and depth of what God is doing through his people all around the planet. It is beautiful, and breathtaking, and immense. The global Body of Christâand the community of evangelicalsâis vastly larger than our domestic political squabbles. But partly on behalf of that global body, we can no longer stay silent....
excerpt from, "The Flag in the Whirlwind: An Update from CTâs President"