Calling Out False Teachers

Calling Out False Teachers

On October 30th, Beth Moore wrote the following as tweets: “Single Christian women, I’m not one to give a lot of dating advice but I find myself unable to recommend you marrying bros with the words eternal submission in their social media bios or their pinned tweets.” Then she followed up with this tweet: “Now I’m just looking out for you here. I don’t trust a dude for marriage who’s utterly fixated on the word submission. And if his life verse is about women’s silence, I suggest being silent when you get the first text from him. I’m just doing women’s ministry here this morning.”

She is mocking God by these tweets. God has commanded older women to teach younger women biblical womanhood as specified in Titus 2:3-5. Rather than teaching younger women these things, she warns against them. Some godly women told me that they would love to see men looking for godly wives who agreed with being submissive and quiet in the churches in their bios. They want men who want women who actually honor what God’s Word has to say to them.

Instead, Beth rebels against these things. She is not quiet in the churches. She is a female preacher leading many astray. And she never has taught the biblical submission of wives to their husbands. She has never taught a course on biblical womanhood. She teaches what God has ordained men to preach and teach.

Besides, what man is going to put “eternal submission” in his bio? One man on my Gab account sarcastically wrote the following under her tweet: “Because there is really just a plague of young single men who have ‘eternal submission’ in their social media bios and ‘silent in the churches’ as their life verse. Just oodles of them. Everywhere you look these days. Can’t be too careful.” Beth just made these things up out of thin air! She hates the Patriarchy so much (which is actually God’s Word that she hates), that she’s willing to make something up to disrespect men who honor God’s Word and ways.

Women have scolded me for judging Beth Moore. This is always their go-to when I write something about false teachers. God says differently. “Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them” (Romans 16:17). In fact, in almost every book of the New Testament, we are warned about false teachers. We are commanded to make righteous judgements. “Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment” (John 7:24).

Please, women, stop learning from the many false female preachers, and there are a lot of them. Most churches today use material from these women. This is why women are so easily deceived. Instead of listening to the male elders in their churches and their husbands at home, as God has commands, they attend these women’s Bible studies that never teach them what God has commanded women to teach the younger women. But instead, they are taught things that are false and not biblical. They may sound great, but when matched with scripture, they fail miserably.

For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.
2 Timothy 4:3,4

8 thoughts on “Calling Out False Teachers

  1. Thank you for speaking the truth. You have taught me much about godly/biblical womanhood, and I praise the Lord for you!

  2. Beth Moore’s advice to avoid men who use “eternal submission” in their posts is good advice, considering “eternal submission” of a wife to a husband is not biblical since there will be no marriage in heaven. Her use of this term just exposes her ignorance of Scripture and of biblical patriarchy.

  3. I believe what you are doing and saying is awesome and underheard. The Bible tells us that women should not teach or preach in church and the man is head of the household. If your man loves you he will respect you and your wishes unless it harms the family unit or goes against God. How anyone finds this a bad thing is beyond me. It’s right there in the instruction manual.

  4. Hi Lori, hope things have been well for you and your health and of course your families health.

    All the vaccine injury stories have one thing in common…

    It’s always the woman forcing the man getting vaccinated.

    (Well almost…my mother in law was forced to get vaccinated by her new boyfriend, and he ended up with a blood clot in the abdomen 4 weeks after his second dose…she’s fine. He was irrationally frightened of Covid.)

    The worst vaccine story comes from my husband’s best friend who is in kidney failure…the doctor’s said ‘We don’t know if it was the vaccine because there’s not enough data on this side effect’ but it happened within that 4 week period after the second dose. They put him on blood thinners which I think is suspicious because is that normal for kidney failure? Anyways, I got 3 more stories on top of those two stories for vaccine injured.

    What a year, on the bright side, you sure can see people for who they really are.

    My husband’s step-mother for many months, the very first thing she would say to him was ‘When are you getting vaccinated?’ (Of course it would be the step mother…the non biologically related one…she doesn’t care about his health one bit)

    I have been both depressed and vindicated though by how many ‘Christians’–who spouted 99.999% correct things like the well-trained dogs they are– but my instinct always said don’t trust them…just embraced the whole narrative hook line and sinker.

    Anyways…that’s what’s happening in my neck of the woods.

  5. The drug they are giving people in the hospitals with Covid, Remdisivar, is what is destroying their kidneys! I wonder how many have actually died from this rather than from the virus.

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