Category Archives: Feminism

Rounding Up a Wife for Jesus

I would like to offer some gentle push-back on the recent talk concerning “Jesus’ wife” that I have come across. In many of the circles I frequent, there are a lot of friends and other voices who have been quick … Continue reading

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Is God Male?

Recently during our church’s “Enrichment Hour” (codename for adult Sunday school), I had the privilege of offering a perspective on how Christians need not be troubled by some of our more conservative believers’ insistence that the Earth is only a … Continue reading

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God, the Trinity

There is only one living and true God. Anywhere. Ever. He is personal and immanent even as he is transcendent and infinite. Without beginning or end, God was not created, but he is the creator of the universe. He is … Continue reading

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Ministry Leadership

As per the precedents set in Scripture, I affirm that no one should be denied ministry leadership or pastoral roles on the basis of race, ethnicity, education or gender alone. The biblical model for deacons, elders (or pastors) is based … Continue reading

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Women and Church Leadership

What is up with 1 Corinthians 14:35 and 1 Timothy 2:12, and Paul’s prohibition of women speakers in these specific churches? Before we go too deep, I want it known that I believe it is a mistake to develop core theology … Continue reading

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