I had an awesome time, recently, chatting with Kevin, Scott, and James from the Theology. Driven. podcast. What an honor to be their first ever female guest! We covered a variety of topics: what to do if your church is hosting a Beth Moore study, my background in writing and teaching ministry, the Southern Baptist Convention’s slouching toward egalitarianism, studying the Bible without using Bible study books…and more!
Theology. Driven. is also offering a special giveaway in connection with my episode. If you tweet a link to the episode (or re-tweet a post about the episode such as this one) and include the hashtag #MichelleTheologyDriven, you’ll be entered into the drawing. Listen all the way to the end of the episode to find out all the details.
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Resources mentioned on the podcast:
How should I approach my church leaders about a false teacher they’re introducing?
Five Reasons It’s Time to Start Exercising “Moore” Discernment
(Information on the theological problems with Beth Moore. For information on others, please see the “Popular False Teachers” tab at the top of this page.)
Is the SBC’s Tent Big Enough for ALL Marginalized Christian Women?
Speaking Engagement Information
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2 thoughts on “Theology. Driven. Podcast Guest Appearance: Beth Moore, the SBC, and Christian Women”
You were having way too much fun! 🙂
I totally agree with you about the incrementalism of egalitarianism in the SBC. We need to be praying hard about liberalism as a whole infiltrating the denomination, I believe. Egalitarianism is just one of many troubling trends. I encourage you to keep speaking out, as will I, but you’re right that the real battle will be won on our knees, not our keyboards.
So true, DebbieLynne! Thanks for the encouragement :0)