Jory Micah Ditches the Bible, Now Trusts her own ‘Inner Guidance System’

Jory Micah continues her slide further and further into apostasy, giving us a living, breathing emblem of what it means to be wholly without the mind of Christ. Micah announced on Twitter that she does not regard the bible to be her “final authority anymore,” explaining that, “what I trust most now is my inner guidance system.”

Micah is known across social media as a sensation for those man-hating liberal feminazi types who want to pretend like they still practice some form of piety while hating anything and everything about the God revealed in Scripture. Not particularly unique or original in her own right, she is essentially the knock-off brand of Jen Hatmaker, or perhaps the “Wish” version of Beth Moore, only about 20 percent more honest.

Spiritual prostitutes like the aforementioned latched on to her as their disciple. Even her husband Luke, who apparently wears the apron in the family, has made it his personal duty to reject “so-called biblical gender roles” and be submissive to his wife. While claiming to be a minister of God, it is no secret that she is in rebellion against her creator and has taken to social media to wage war against Him.

Case in point, her recent tweet, which is a great example of some unbiblical underwater 4-D chess logic.

She follows this up with this scintillating observation.

If only Micah were wise enough to know that “the heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it,” perhaps she wouldn’t make her own sinful, pagan, unredeemed “inner guidance system” the final authority and arbiter over the Scriptures. This is particularly true when she can’t even trust what “Christian theology teaches” because that just dissolves into a further morass of subjective interpretation.

And where has doing so gotten her so far? She’s denied the Trinity and the inspiration and inerrancy of the scriptures, particularly the Apostle Paul, who she really doesn’t seem to like. She’s openly LGBTQ affirming. She has some strange views on God being a woman and Jesus maybe not being a man. Previously, Micah has said she wishes Oprah were her pastor and recorded herself crying and blamed John MacArthur.

We’re talking ratchet wrench levels of “tool of Satan” over here.

Mercifully, as far as enemies at the gate go, she is not subtle and is able to quickly be spotted, assessed, and picked off.


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3 thoughts on “Jory Micah Ditches the Bible, Now Trusts her own ‘Inner Guidance System’

  1. Ironically in her Twitter handle she has Christian Doctrine and Church History, both of which she clearly has no expertise at all in. These heretics aren’t even trying to hide anymore. They are just out in the open. This woman is apparently her own God now. And yet, you will see many claiming the name of Christ that will say what a wise teacher she is. She says she has studied the Bible her whole life…I have to wonder if it isn’t some other book that she just wrote the word “Bible” on.

  2. Along those same lines, after studying the law most of my adult life, I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m likely misinterpreting it. My inner guidance system has determined that the speed limit on the highway I drive to work is actually 110 MPH.

  3. “The natural man receiveth not the things of The Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” 1 Corinthians 2:14

    This woman is as lost as a goose in a snowstorm. May God break through to her with the glorious light of the gospel of Christ.

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