Per Fidem Intrepidus means "Fearless Through Faith". My courage isn't my own, it comes from the Holy Spirit, it's my faith in God and my personal savior Christ Jesus that calms my fears and allows me to move forward in this fallen world. Personally I'm afraid of a lot of stuff, but having the faith that Jesus adopted me as his little, sin filled, brother keeps me going.

Thursday, January 9, 2020

False Teacher Of The Year Going For A Twofer

False Teacher of the year for 2019, Self Proclaimed Apostle, and Presidential Adviser for Unbiblical Hokum was suddenly and unexpectedly confronted with the actual word of God. 

When asked to give a response to Beth Moore at a panel discussion Dr. MacArthur simply said:

“Go home.”

He then said “There is no case that can be made biblically for a woman preacher. Period. Paragraph. End of discussion.

"Just because you have the skill to sell jewelry on the TV sales channel doesn't mean you should be preaching. There are people who have certain hawking skills, natural abilities to sell, they have energy and personality and all of that. That doesn't qualify you to preach.

“The #MeToo movement again is the culture reclaiming ground in the church. When the leaders of evangelicalism roll over for women preachers, the feminists have really won the battle. 

“The primary effort in feminism is not equality. They don’t want equality. That’s why 99 percent of plumbers are men. They don’t want equal power to be a plumber. They want to be senators, preachers, congressmen, president. The power structure in a university, they want power, not equality and this is the highest location they can ascend to that power in the evangelical church and overturn what is clearly scriptural. So I think this is feminism gone to church. This is why we can’t let the culture exegete the Bible."

So what John said wrong here was that he implied that Beth Moore was attempting to exegete the bible. There is no evidence that she's actually studied the bible. Self Proclaimed Apostle Moore's education stopped when she completed high school. 

Beth Moore responded to noted bible scholar Doctor MacArthur with Jamie Ivey on The Happy Hour podcast:

Beth Moore: It’s so absurd to suggest that God would only use women in certain context and I’m not… I have never been looking to take over a man’s job, never. But I have fully believed that God also used women and that it was so extreme that no, it was too absurd.

Janey Ivy: I mean I [indecipherable babble] is so dumb

Beth Moore: That’s how I felt about it, that’s how I felt about it. Others have felt different about it … couple of months before that… uh… really hit me hard with amazement… but… umm… god has, has made me resilient and… umm… he just gives me back my joy quickly. And I just enjoy him so much… and… at those times… he is so near… he’s so near… and uhhh… those times when you feel isolated and alone and there he is… and… ah… I also just know I’m home soon. Fact is I am going home and umm… I will live with him forever and ever you know.

Janey Ivy: My favorite tweet that you did recently was “I’m going to start putting my GPS tracker out…”

Beth Moore: “Oh my gosh”

Janey Ivy: “…so that people will know when I’m home making a sandwich, they don’t have to tell me to go home”

And that there fellow Christians is the difference between a man of God and a bride of Satan. When Doctor MacArthur wishes to discuss what God is doing, has done, will do, he always starts with "Open your bible to..."

Beth Moore says "I feel..." her references are always "I" and "me" and "my"

Doctor MacArthur has numerous references to what God expects of men and women and the behavior He requires.

Beth Moore has her feelings.

Go home Beth, before you drag another soul to hell with you.