Tag Archives: Zipporah

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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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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Zipporah and the Eucharist

[Today’s guest post is from Julie Walsh, who has some wonderfully wise thoughts on the Lord’s Supper and the ministry of women in the body of Christ. Julie and her husband live in the Washington DC area, are sometimes empty-nesters of their five … Continue reading

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Zipporah, the woman who mediated with God for her husband

I’m reading through Exodus at the moment and came to a passage that has puzzled me every time I’ve read it. The story picks up as God tells Moses he has a job for him to do with Pharaoh and … 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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