All five PFO articles from The Quarterly Journal are now available
 

 


Beth Moore ExposÚs

  She is a best-selling author whose Bible study books and workbooks have sold more than 10 million copies, and who leads the pack of authors at LifeWay, the publishing arm of the Southern Baptist Convention. She is said to be an “evangelical superstar” and “one of the most respected and sought-after Bible teachers,” whose conferences draw women — and some men — by the thousands. She’s Beth Moore, the blond, petite 52-year-old with a Texas accent, who has become a Christian darling among believers of all denominations.  Unfortunately, what she does deliver in her many resources is a lack of discernment, an unhealthy ecumenism, careless use of words, and a poor exegesis of the Word of God.

In 2007, following repeated requests for a critique of Beth Moore, PFO offered its first article which examined both the teaching found in her best-selling book, When Godly People Do Ungodly Things, and her unorthodox associations.  Because of the popularity of that initial evaluation, PFO received calls for additional articles surveying her unabashed mysticism and faulty biblical interpretations.  To date, PFO has published a total of five articles examining Beth Moore, and these are available together as a special offer.

Included in this special offer are the journals containing:

    When Godly People Teach Ungodly Theology – The Subtle Error of Beth Moore
          by M. Kurt Goedelman with G. Richard Fisher   (7,750-word article – July-September 2007 journal)
    Get Out of That Pit-iful Theology – A Further Look at the Subtle Error of Beth Moore
          by M. Kurt Goedelman with G. Richard Fisher   (10,500-word article – January-March 2008 journal)
    Believing Beth About Believing God – A Further Look at the Deceptive Drifts of Beth Moore
          by M. Kurt Goedelman and Glenn E. Chatfield   (10,250-word article – January-March 2009 journal)
    • Breaking Free from Faulty Strongholds – The Haphazard Hermeneutics of Beth Moore

          by G. Richard Fisher with M. Kurt Goedelman    (9,000-word article – July-September 2009 journal)
    So Long, Beth: Your Precepts Have Been a Bad Friend to Us – Beth Moore’s Latest Book on Female Insecurity
          by G. Richard Fisher with M. Kurt Goedelman    (6,600-word article – July-September 2010 journal)



This special offer (all five journals) is only:
 
$27.50 (postpaid, U.S. only)
  
($30.00 for Canadian requests, $40.00 for foreign requests)

 

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