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Accusing SBC of ‘caving,’ John MacArthur says of Beth Moore: ‘Go home’

Oct 22, 2019

By Bob Smietana

Evangelical pastor John MacArthur, speaking at a celebration of his 50th year in pulpit ministry this week, weighed in on an ongoing debate in the Southern Baptist Convention over women preachers, claiming the nation’s largest Protestant denomination has lost faith in the authority of the Bible.

He claimed the SBC had taken a “headlong plunge” toward allowing women preachers at its annual meeting this summer.

That, he said, was a sign the denomination no longer believed in biblical authority.

“When you literally overturn the teaching of Scripture to empower people who want power, you have given up biblical authority,” said MacArthur.

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One comment on “Accusing SBC of ‘caving,’ John MacArthur says of Beth Moore: ‘Go home’”

  • Riiiiiight.  Because bigoted white men aren’t after power.  Nope. They’re not telling people what they are and are not allowed to do. All those namby-pamby good ol’ boys, they’re not worried about losing their monopoly on god bothering.

    Oooops.  I forgot.  Women aren’t people.  I keep forgetting that. And yes, I have had men literally tell me I don’t count as a person.

    Of course he hates the #MeToo movement, he’s probably terrified that past victims will get up the nerve to denounce him.  But seriously, any asshole who could POSSIBLY use the #MeToo movement as EVIDENCE OF UPPITY WOMBMANS is, well, an asshole.

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