Beth Moore is a feminist who is in grave rebellion against God. She travels the country preaching to mixed audiences when the Scriptures are clear, women can’t preach.
In classic John MacArthur fashion, MacArthur pulls no punches and tells her to “go home.”
During a panel discussion moderated by Todd Friel at the Truth Matters Conference this week, MacArthur was asked what he thought about Beth Moore. MacArthur was clear, there is no biblical case to be made for lady-preaching heretics.
The audio has been captured below. The video should be available soon, so check back.
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