Beth Moore’s hostile, militant, and recently divorced daughter, Melissa Moore, recently derided a Southern Baptist pastor who reminded the Fox News audience that God promised Noah not to flood the world again. Apparently, Moore thought the Nohaic Covenant is “nonsense.”
This follows on the heels of many other angry, leftist tweets from Ms. Melissa Moore against conservative Christians, the kind of men who graciously gave her mother a platform to sell Bible studies.
Melissa Moore recently said that rumors Pulpit & Pen was banned from Twitter “made her cry” tears of happiness. The younger Moore regularly advocates for such censorship of conservative voices while her mother still pretends to remain in a pseudo-conservative Christian camp.
Retweeting the ultra-left Rightwing Watch, which lambastes anyone from insane charismatic doomsday peddlers like Jim Bakker to respectable and morally-upright men like Robert Jeffress, Moore called the Noahic Covenant “nonsense.”
11 I establish my covenant with you, that never again shall all flesh be cut off by the waters of the flood, and never again shall there be a flood to destroy the earth.” 12 And God said, “This is the sign of the covenant that I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for all future generations: 13 I have set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the earth (Genesis 9:11-13).
“Discernment bloggers” (those who regularly criticize her mother for being such an awful Bible teacher) will not criticize Jeffress because he’s Biblically correct. God did promise not to flood the world and again and we know that eschatologically the world will not end in a flood, but by the events lined out for us in the apocalyptic literature of the Holy Bible.
Melissa Moore, like her mother, has little respect for the Word of God. Perhaps the two could start a business, perhaps a sandwich shop or nail parlor, and stop trying to speak on Biblical issues that they clearly do not understand.