Tag Archives: The Junia Project

Mail and Female: Women, the Post Office, and Church

Women in the Post Office Angela Serratore’s 2012 article on 19th Century women and the rise of modern postal service sheds light on a world foreign to people who use modern electronic communications with ease and from the privacy of … Continue reading

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How a Literal Reading of Scripture Leads to Universalism

Christian theologians use the word “universalism” to refer to the teaching that all people are saved by Jesus’ works whether they are Christians or not. Christian Universalism is focused around the idea of universal reconciliation, also known as universal salvation … Continue reading

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When a Godly Woman Leads God’s People

Tucked in a passage about unity in Christ is a line that gets passed over too often: For it has been reported to me by Chloe’s people that there are quarrels among you, my brothers and sisters. (1 Corinthians 1:11, … Continue reading

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Mail and Female: A Story About Women, the Post Office, and Church

[In honor of Women’s History Month I have a guest post at The Junia Project today. Here’s the opening:] Angela Serratore’s 2012 article on 19th Century women and the rise of modern postal service sheds light on a world foreign to people … Continue reading

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There is Still Time to be a Defiant Woman – wisdom from Sarah Christine Schwartz at The Junia Project

Sarah Christine Schwartz has a post up today at The Junia Project. In reading it I found myself wanting to share just about every line as a quote. Instead I decided to excerpt a passage and let read the rest … Continue reading

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Silencing Women – the guaranteed way for men to stay in control

Silencing Women in the Name of Religion Last month patriarchal pastor Tim Bayly called out two women for supposedly overstepping their role, for doing “men’s work” instead of staying in their place. When women such as Dr. Valerie Hobbs and … Continue reading

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Injustice and Sexism – Two for Tuesday

[I had two guest posts go up yesterday. In the first, Natasha Robinson asked me to join her in a series on pursuing God’s justice on her blog A Sista’s Journey. Below is the opening, with a link to read … Continue reading

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When Motorcycle Mechanics Pose Like Motorcycle Models, The Body Of Christ Is Blessed

[I have a guest post at The Junia Project today. I’ve included the opening here, and hope you’ll click on over to their site to read the rest.] My long-time friend Karen Dabaghian linked to this Huffington Post slide show … Continue reading

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