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Review of Beth Moore Materials

January 25th, 2006
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Are stick-in-the-mud conservative Lutherans the only ones who feel a need to criticize what most American Evangelicalism tend to flock towards? Nope. Here is a very well done critique of Beth Moore’s approach to theology and Bible study. Why any Lutheran congregation would want to offer up this sort of stuff to their members as a Bible study is beyond me. We have oodles of excellent Bible studies to offer in place of non-Lutheran stuff like this, from the simple to the complex.

Link: A Review of Beth Moore’s Believing God.

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  1. Jenna
    January 27th, 2006 at 12:02 | #1

    I don’t even have to read “Believing God” to know that the analysis you’ve linked here is on-target.
    “But – but – she’s teaching us how to have HEART faith instead of just HEAD faith!!!”

  2. January 28th, 2006 at 17:51 | #2

    Grace is works, glory is the cross, and faith is what is seen. It seems that this book missed its publication date by
    22 years. It should have been published in 1984.

  3. Ann M. Moe
    February 8th, 2006 at 13:13 | #3

    Too bad even some supposedly conservative Lutheran pastors are involved with such as the Beth Moore’s and Rick Warren’s. Pretty soon nobody will know the difference between Confessional Lutheranism and American Evangelicalism, as the blurring is already in full force.

  4. PJ
    February 8th, 2006 at 17:18 | #4

    Where are the “oodles” of excellent Bible studies published by CPH? I’m looking for those that truly encourage Confessional Lutherans to engage in good works and not just sit back on their crosses and bask in the glow of forgiveness.
    Response: Pastor Vano, please visit the http://www.cph.org web site, or call 800-325-3040 and request a catalog of the wide range of Bible study materials we offer. If I can be of service, please send me an e-mail: paul.mccain@cph.org

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