I know this might bother many who seek to change what God has said, but John MacArthur is right again. A review of White's book is out at Christianity Today and it is described as "Narcissistic, dishonest, materialistic, lacking in self-awareness, shallow and trumpesque." The review points out that White encourages her readers to find their passion and a way to make money. She claims there is no Hebrew word for coincidence when in fact there are several. She also claims there is a Department of Treasury in heaven. This is what Franklin Graham, Greg Laurie, Robert Jeffress and Jack Graham have hitched their wagon too when they gushed their endorsements for her book. This is the point MacArthur is trying to make. Paula White has made five million dollars from robbing the sheep of the Lord. She is heretic, period. What gets lost in this conversation unfortunately, is that Beth Moore is a false teacher as well. She is not as brazen as Paula White but she promotes contemplative prayer and direct revelation for starters and her exegesis leaves much to be desired.
"MacArthur argues that feminists don't actually want equality, as evidenced by most plumbers being men. "They want power, not equality," he says. "This is the highest location they can ascend to that power in the evangelical church and overturn what is clearly Scripture. I think this is feminism gone to church. This is why we can't let the culture exegete the Bible." He then criticized the Southern Baptist Convention's resolution supporting critical race theory and intersectionality as well as calls for more diversity in teams translating the Bible. Although MacArthur's comments were met with rounds of applause at the conference, not everyone took kindly to his opinions." -- Charisma News
MacArthur brings up a good point here. What is really behind this spirit? It is a desire for power. A hunger for that which you feel you have been denied. It is the same sin of Lucifer wanting to ascend to the throne of the Most High. It is the same sin he then tempted Eve with in the Garden -- to be like God. Surely God did not say. Yes, He most certainly did. So, if you think this is unfair you must realize it is God you are claiming is unfair. If you think this is sexist or misogynistic -- you are attributing that to God. Your argument is not with John MacArthur -- it is with God.
"SBC President J.D. Greear responded to MacArthur's comments by welcoming Beth Moore to his church:
Dear @BethMooreLPM, you're welcome in our home any time.#BFM2000
-- J.D. Greear (@jdgreear) October 19, 2019"
The SBC has been on a sharp decline since it allowed the huckster Ronnie Floyd to be President. This tweet of support is not surprising at all, although it is sad. These are the days where we see the road to the one world religion being paved. It welcomes all without cause or doctrinal care. The Assemblies of God bent over backwards and mangled scripture badly to permit women in the pulpit. If interested, here is my dissection of these arguments, which are widely copied as gospel truth by Christo-feminists.