Podcast Appearances

Interview with Doreen Virtue on Beth Moore

It was such a pleasure to once again appear on my friend Doreen Virtue’s videocast. We had a warm time of fellowship around the Word discussing Beth Moore, false doctrine, the sufficiency of Scripture, the role of women in the church, and more.

I encourage you to check out Doreen’s website, and follow her on social media. Doreen is most active on Instagram, but you can also catch her on Facebook. Be sure to subscribe to Doreen’s YouTube channel so you won’t miss any of her videos. I also highly recommend Doreen’s book, Deceived No More.

Articles / resources mentioned or touched on in the videocast:

Basic Training: The Bible Is Sufficient

Living Proof You Should Follow Beth (No) Moore

Rock Your Role: Jill in the Pulpit

The Mailbag: Counter Arguments to Egalitarianism

Rock Your Role: Oh No She Di-int! Priscilla Didn’t Preach, Deborah Didn’t Dominate, and Esther Wasn’t an Egalitarian

Rock Your Role FAQs

A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

The Mailbag (This isn’t a newsletter, but a weekly {Mondays} blog article.)

Popular False Teachers & Unbiblical Trends

Recommended Bible Teachers

Bible Studies

Speaking Engagements

Got a podcast of your own or have a podcasting friend who needs a guest? Need a speaker for a women’s conference or church event? Click the Speaking Engagements tab in the blue menu bar at the top of this page, drop me an e-mail, and let’s chat!

4 thoughts on “Interview with Doreen Virtue on Beth Moore”

    1. Hi Wendy-
      You didn’t mention whether or not this young lady is saved, so here’s what I would recommend:

      1. Have her go through all of the materials at the What must I do to be saved? tab in the blue menu bar at the top of this page to make sure she understands the true biblical gospel, and is, to the best of your, and her, knowledge, saved.

      2. If she’s unsure whether or not she’s really saved, I’d recommend my study of 1 John, which you can find under the “Bible Studies” tab (also in the blue menu bar at the top of this page).

      3. Make sure she has a good translation of the Bible, have her start reading the gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), and let her know she can come to you if she has any questions.

      There’s no better way to learn about Jesus than to read what He has to say about Himself in His own words. Plus, this will teach her to study straight from the text of Scripture itself rather than teaching her to be dependent on what I call “canned” studies. Turn her loose on the Scriptures, and trust the living and active Word of God to transform her.


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