The moth-eaten SBC and the women who did it

By Elizabeth Prata But I am like a moth to Ephraim, and like dry rot to the house of Judah. (Hosea 5:12) Privately, however, Moore has never cared much for the delicate norms of Christian femininity. ~The Atlantic I published an essay, part 1 of 3, in 2011, eight years ago as of this date. It …

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The past week(s) have been tough but the future looks bright

By Elizabeth Prata These past couple of weeks have been rough in our corner of the church. Rachel Held Evans' passing caused so much grief for her followers and her detractors alike. The display of hatred and bitterness of her followers came after, toward anyone daring to speak a word against their prophetess (their words). …

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Beth Moore has a Lot to Answer for in Normalizing Women Preaching/Teaching to Men, again

By Elizabeth Prata The holiness of God cannot be plumbed to its heights. We have no real conception of how Holy God is. Only Isaiah and Ezekiel (Old Testament prophets) and Paul and John (New Testament Apostles) really have a notion. They saw heaven or were given a vision of it. When Isaiah saw God …

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The King’s Dale: A commendable resource for Beth Moore and Sarah Young critiques and book reviews

By Elizabeth Prata The popular definition of insanity is "doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result." For Christians with discernment, insanity is 'being sure by the Spirit and the Bible, after research and prayer, that so-and-so is false, but literally NO ONE ELSE around you believes it or even entertains …

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Forget ‘What color is your parachute?’, Beth Moore wants to know the color of the hands that wrote the books on your shelf

By Elizabeth Prata Just as our minds can't conceive of how MUCH Jesus loves His own, we can't conceive of how deep sin will go. (1 Corinthians 2:9). Just when we think sin can't get any worse, it does. (Genesis 6:5). False teaching is a plague on the church. It destroys the sinner. It hinders …

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Beth Moore has a lot to answer for in normalizing women preaching/teaching to men

By Elizabeth Prata Sometimes the pot warms its water so slowly even the most discerning frog swimming in it doesn't realize the change in temperature in his environment until it's too late. Even though this isn't scientifically true, "the story is often used as a metaphor for the inability or unwillingness of people to react …

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Beth Moore anoints Kevin Jones as third Adam

When someone is a false teacher, their perfidy can show almost immediately, as it did with Charles Templeton. Or it can be hidden for a number of years and emerge slowly and minimally, as has happened to Beth Moore. A writer at The King's Dale was an early discerner of Moore, at least publicly online. In …

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