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Beth Moore



Aberrational, Heretical, Heterodox, Suborthodox or Unorthodox Beth Moore

Beth Moore (born June 16, 1957) is an American Christian evangelist, author, and teacher. In 1994 she founded Living Proof Ministries. Based in Houston, Texas, the ministry organization focuses on aiding women who desire to model their lives on evangelical Christian principles.

Beth founded Living Proof Ministries in 1994 with the purpose of teaching women how to love and live on God’s Word. She has written numerous books and Bible studies, including Breaking Free, Believing God, and The Patriarchs, that have been read by women of all ages, races, and denominations. Through the years, American missionaries and expatriates have taken the Bible studies overseas, resulting in Beth Moore Bible study groups popping up all over the world. Upon completion of a tour of New England this fall, Beth’s Living Proof Live conferences will have taken her to all fifty states since 1994. The events have been attended by more than 658,000 women. God has graciously given Beth the opportunity to serve the body of Christ in many different countries, including Ireland, England, Singapore, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, India, Angola, Kenya, and South Africa. With great joy, she began a radio ministry in 2004 called Living Proof with Beth Moore. Each Wednesday, Beth can be seen teaching Bible study on the television program “Life Today with James and Betty Robison.”
- Source: Beth Moore's Biooffsite at Living Proof Ministries. Last accessed Feb. 22, 2010

While her ministry is popular, Christian apologists and other theologians caution followers regarding Moore's careless and at times faulty interpretation of the Bible.

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[1] The article is not available online. You can obtain it by purchasing a Back issueoffsite of The Quarterly Journal. The four PFO articles on Beth Moore are also available as a special offeroffsite.

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This post was last updated: Apr. 21, 2011