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The Godliness of Women Exercising Authority Over Men

Some men think women should never exercise authority over men. According to Jesus, they’re wrong: “The Queen of the South will rise at the judgment with the people of this generation and condemn them, for she came from the ends … Continue reading

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Men and Women: a false gender dichotomy of being rational and emotional

People are emotional beings. Yet when it comes to classifying men and women, it comes across differently, as Erica Limkeman recently observed: Isn’t it telling that being “emotional” is considered a feminine quality and is frowned upon, whereas men are … Continue reading

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Women Pursuing Men Is Biblical

Today is Sadie Hawkins Day, a tradition of dubious distinction. But is there a problem with women asking men to marry them? There are some preachers who would emphatically say yes. (See Voddie Baucham and the Bayly Brothers Have Weird … Continue reading

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Patriarchy’s Rotten Fruit – pink and blue sets of spiritual armor

[From the archives.] In 4 Ways to Overcome the Feminization of Boys, Owen Strachan wrote that the actions of the passengers who subdued a heavily armed gunman on a train traveling from Belgium to France (BBC – France Train Shooting: … Continue reading

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Women Asking Men To Marry Them Is Biblical: Leap Year wedding proposals find scriptural support

Leap year folklore: Looking back through ancient Irish history, it is said that the tradition began in 5th century Ireland when St. Brigid of Kildare bitterly complained to St. Patrick that women had to wait far too long for men … Continue reading

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Vapid Womanhood – the rotten fruit of patriarchal doctrine

In 4 Ways to Overcome the Feminization of Boys, Owen Strachan wrote that the actions of the passengers who subdued a heavily armed gunman on a train traveling from Belgium to France (BBC – France Train Shooting: what we know) reminded … Continue reading

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