Over at Do Not Be Surprised
The answer to the question posed in this post's title is, I believe, "yes." At one time I had plans to research and write an article exposing the errors of the ever-popular "Christian" author Beth Moore. However, why should I reinvent the wheel? Glenn Chatfield, the author over at The Watchman's Bagpipes, has done multiple articles on the errors of Moore's teachings. If you've ever participated in a Beth Moore study and felt that something wasn't "quite right" then you need to read his thoughts as well as the many articles that he links to in his posts.
I heartily agree.
I managed to listen to a video of Beth's on youtube today... and all I can say is (to the tune of the funeral march) "law-law-laaaawwww----laaaaaaaawwwwwww!" to quote Chris Rosebrough "First Impression of Beth Moore: Legalism on Red Bull Energy Drinks. Boy o boy she sure makes the (sic) God's law sound so doable." (give him a break, it was tweetdeck)
Resisting slanderous misrepresentations of our work, like the claim that we say ‘you can label anyone you don’t like as an abuser’. - Recently a pastor asserted on his blog* that Jeff Crippen basically teaches that we can take anyone we don’t like, label them as an abuser, and then shun t...