God once spoke through an ass, and as it would turn out a false teacher like Beth Moore would accidentally make an incredibly based statement on Twitter that is a repudiation of her entire ministry. Feminism is, in my opinion, is a bigger issue in the church right now than Critical Race Theory, yet while Beth Moore thought she was making a “slay Queen” tweet, she was unintentionally making the opposite point about simpvangelicalism, a condition in which professing believers fear women more than they fear God.
Within the church, the first environment that isn’t a low hanging fruit that comes to mind is the Southern Baptist Convention. The SBC is driven by a fear of women to the point where they paid Jennifer Lyell for what was, biblically, an adulterous relationship. This comes at a time when the culture at large is starting to reject the MeToo Movement.
Additionally, we have talked a lot about feminism undermining the pro-life movement. Also in the Southern Baptist Convention, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission opposed legislation calling abortion homicide because of the implication on women who murder their children.
And lastly the modesty grenade could be lobbed to drive this point home. Feminine sins are generally called out less than masculine sins. American women, particularly single white college educated women, are the country’s most liberal demographic, eagerly embracing demonic ideology. But men are too afraid to recognize this because they are often either ignorant or simps.
Beth Moore delivered some truth, but she is the worst messenger on the subject given how her career was built off of men being afraid to challenge her because they were more afraid of her than God. Yet perhaps irony was the best way to get the message across about simpvangelicalism.