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Truth Matters Conference Takes Aim at Beth Moore, Female Preachers

Leaders Respond to MacArthur’s Comments on Twitter

Several Southern Baptist leaders responded to MacArthur’s comments on Twitter—some directly mentioning MacArthur and his criticism, others taking a more subtle approach.

The rest of “Christian Twitter” took notice and chimed in, too. 

In her quintessential style, Moore did not address MacArthur or others who spoke about her at the Truth Matters conference directly. She simply said:

Justin Peters, who spoke at the Truth Matters conference, outlined some of the reasons MacArthur and others take issue with Moore’s teachings. He has indicated the conference session in which these specific details were outlined would be made available to the broader public soon and would “provide more context” for MacArthur’s comments.

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