"Moore has not directly responded to MacArthur's comments on social media, but she did post a reminder to her followers that she responded to God's call, not man's, when she decided to follow Jesus:
I did not surrender to a calling of man when I was 18 years old. I surrendered to a calling of God. It never occurs to me for a second to not fulfill it. I will follow Jesus - and Jesus alone - all the way home. And I will see His beautiful face and proclaim, Worthy is the Lamb!
-- Beth Moore (@BethMooreLPM) October 21, 2019" -- Charisma News
Beth, if the Lamb was truly worthy you would do as He has commanded. Your assertion that God called you to preach over men makes God a liar. I do not doubt the sincerity of Beth Moore. Sometimes when scripture reveals that our personal experiences do not line up, we must assume that our experience is wrong. What people like J.D. Greear fail to see is how they are enabling the disobedience of Beth Moore. They fail to see how they undermine all of scripture by choosing to alter what the key verses plainly say. If you use a cultural argument, you encourage other cultural defenses for other acts of disobedience. The Charisma article finishes:
'Some were so disgusted with MacArthur's words that they've decided to stop selling his books. Christian Book Shop Talk announced they were pulling MacArthur's works from their shelves.
"This weekend things on Twitter really blew up with the misogyny of John MacArthur becoming much more apparent, not that he said anything really new. I'm not by any means a Beth Moore fan, but his 'Go Home' comment to her has gone viral and not in a good way. My feeling is it's MacArthur who should go.
"... I deeply regret the money I spent over the years stocking authors who I was made to believe were the vital voices in contemporary Christianity: Mark Dever, Kevin DeYoung, R.C. Sproul, John Piper, Paul David Tripp, Alebrt Mohler, Voddie Baucham, Ligon Duncan, etc.
"... One woman posted on the weekend that MacArthur's response to another Evangelical was the last straw for her husband. He's leaving the church altogether. If that's what the fruit of his ministry looks like, I want out."'
The go home comment may seem like a mistake because it detracts from the actual discussion but those using it here to object are not honest brokers. It gives fodder for those seeking to be disobedient. I personally have no issue with MacArthur's choice of words because Beth Moore is a false teacher, regardless of gender. As for the regret in stocking authors it is not about reading one human author or another but reading the inerrant word of God and then obeying it. The final comment is indicative of the verse that warns in the last days sound doctrine will not even be tolerated. That people will gather around for themselves teachers that tell them what they want to hear. That Beth Moore is a solid bible teacher when she is not. That women can preach with authority over men when they are forbidden. I want to finish with what has to be the most absurd tweet regarding this matter: