Category Archives: Women in Church and Society

Identity Mapping?

One of the most unfortunate habits of biblical interpretation in the past several centuries, in my opinion, is that of assuming that the teachings of biblical texts are directly transferable to other cultures, including those that are quite different from … Continue reading

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Four Interpretive Pitfalls Around the New Testament Household Codes

A lot of Christians are under the assumption that instructions about wives submitting to their husbands are found exclusively in the pages of Scripture, that these are solely “biblical” concepts. But the Christians in the churches at Ephesus, Colossea, and … Continue reading

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The Absurd Legalism of Gender Roles

Exhibit C: As Long As I Can’t See Her… Email This Page

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Ashamed

Great post by Rachel Held Evans here. Email This Page

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10 Lies the Church Tells Women

A cool article in Charisma mag – click here. Email This Page

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Biblical Womanhood and the Illusion of Clarity

Anyone read Rachel Held Evans’ “A Year of Biblical Womanhood” yet? Here’s an interesting post from Rachel responding to a critic….click here.   Email This Page

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Fun with Biblical Womanhood

http://rachelheldevans.com/biblical-womanhood-tips   Email This Page

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Rachel Held Evans debates complementarians…

http://rachelheldevans.com/complementarian-debate-owen-strachan-adrian-warnock     Email This Page

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Understanding Context

Over at “Jesus Creed,” Scot McKnight has a rather interesting article on husbands, wives and context. Read it here and post your thoughts below. Email This Page

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