SUMMARY: People with sound doctrine don’t tend to support uniting with and promoting word of faith and prosperity gospel heretical teaching. You simply can not trust the doctrine, theology, and teaching of someone who promotes and partners with heretical false teachers. There are much better sources to get your teaching from than Beth Moore. You don’t need to be a cessationist to have problems with Beth Moore.
Many in attempts to answer these questions end up getting bogged down in the continuist vs. cessationist debate. I’m going to avoid that topic, and prove you don’t need to be a cessationist to have concerns and problems with the teaching and ministry of Beth Moore.
Continuists who believe tongues and prophecy are still active today can have real concerns with Beth Moore. (By the way, this isn’t about hating Beth Moore. I chose the title for the search engines.)
That is more than a simple friendship with someone. Moore is partnering with someone and lending her credibility and support to her ministry.
You may be wondering if doing a conference with someone is enough to say you support their ministry and teaching. Good question. If this stopped at being at the same conference, possibly the concern wouldn’t be as strong.
Beth Moore has called for unity with word of faith teacher’s like Joyce Meyer. (Video source)
Imagine if your pastor was doing major conferences held by word of faith teachers, and then going on television shows with word of faith teachers to promote being united with them.
I hope you’d start to find issue with your pastor. If they thought that was acceptable and to be promoted, I’d question their theology, and question if I should be sitting under their teaching. People with sound doctrine don’t tend to support uniting with and promoting heretical word of faith teaching.
Again, this is about more than friendship, it’s partnership and promotion of false teachers. What would you think if your pastor made favorable Tweets about listening to a prosperity teacher at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church?
You simply can not trust the doctrine, theology, and teaching of someone who promotes and partners with heretical false teachers. There are much better sources to get your teaching from than Beth Moore.
Proof Joyce Meyer is a word of faith teacher.
Joyce Meyer implies word power can keep debt away
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