Tag Archives: Rachel Held Evans

The Bride of Christ Isn’t Masculine Enough For Some People

[CBMW (the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood) and T4G (Together for the Gospel) are holding back-to-back conferences this month. One of the main purposes is to teach that the Bible requires men to lead and women to follow them. These … Continue reading

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Pastors: stop putting women down with your cheap laugh lines

I recently tweeted: If you are listening to a sermon and they use “You know how women are, they always …” for a laugh line, it’s OK to get up and walk out. That must have struck a nerve, because … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day and the Myth of the Proverbs 31 Woman

[This originally appeared at Think Christian, whose editor is gracious and generous in allowing me to write for occasionally. While originally focusing on parenthood generally, I thought it appropriate for a Mother’s Day re-run.] *** A recent Pew Research survey about … Continue reading

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The Bride of Christ Isn’t Masculine Enough?

The Bride of Christ Isn’t Masculine Enough For Some People A recent article about John Piper reports his apparent concern that Christianity is not masculine enough, and it is up to male church leaders to do something about it. He … Continue reading

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Rachel Held Evans and “A Year of Biblical Womanhood”

Rachel Held Evans made it to Yahoo News on Thursday. The short description of her new book is polite, but the photos in the slide show are a hoot! P.S. That praising at the city gate thing would freak me … Continue reading

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