As conservative evangelical leaders (rightfully) took a beating this week for endorsing a book by Prosperity Gospel teacher, Paula White, they did so largely because of the pushback given them by people who promote Popularity Gospel teacher, Beth Moore. This should lead us to the question, which one is worse?
Paula White teaches the false Prosperity Gospel, while Beth Moore teaches the Popularity Gospel (Social Gospel).
Paula White teaches Jesus died to make you rich, Beth Moore teaches that Jesus died to make you politically correct.
Paula White is a charismatic who claims to hear directly from God. Beth Moore is a charismatic who claims to hear directly from God.
Paula White is an egalitarian who believes women should preach. Beth Moore is an egalitarian who believes women should preach.
Paula White wears enough make-up to paint the White House. Beth Moore wears enough make-up to paint the White House.
Other than Paula White’s notorious affair with Benny Hinn (granted, that’s pretty bad) it seems that White and Beth Moore are squarely tied for being bad Bible teachers.
The only difference between White and Moore in terms of theology is that Moore is on the right side of the political aisle, which happens to be the left side.
I actually pondered in an episode back in July as to who was worse, Paula White or Beth Moore. You can listen to that throwback episode below.
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