Category Archives: Demand for an Apology from the CBMW

M-alice in Wonderland

Classes will start soon at six Baptist Seminaries that are affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. If it were only Baptists at those seminaries you might be safe. But it is not only Baptists. Continue reading

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Discussion of demand for an apology – Conclusion

It appears to me that instead of finding ways to justify why women should be held in submission, or subordination, and treated as second-class Christians, we would find any glimmer of hope in the scriptures and allow women to hear their calling from God. Continue reading

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Discussion about apology demand – Part 4

Early day Christians did finally choose an earthly authority, called a pope. People were held in terror of their soul’s salvation since they believed that the Roman Catholic Church actually had the power to save them or send them to purgatory. I believe this is what Paul was trying to tell the people to avoid. Perhaps without knowing it, Paul was telling to keep separate church and state.)
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Discussion about demand for apology – Part 3

R.H. asked me if I am saying that any time there is an authority/submission relationship between two people, the person with the authority is destroying the personhood of the one in submission? Continue reading

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Discussion about Apology Demand – Part 2

We are in a rut when we speak about women’s equality in the church and in the home. We need to examine it from different angles. Continue reading

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Discussion about Apology Demand – Part 1

“I don’t know that I’ve ever come across anyone who has expressed the egalitarian view in the same terms that you have been using in our correspondence.” Read the next few posts to find out more about this discussion. Continue reading

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A modern activist

Will you be a modern activist for Christian women’s equality in the home and in the church? As the first year anniversary of the Demand for an Apology approaches, we need more modern activists. Continue reading

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No closer today in getting an apology

On July 24, 2010, I demanded an apology from the Council on Biblical Manhood and Biblical Womanhood. We are no closer today in getting an apology than we were then. Continue reading

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Questions and Answers about the Trinity – conclusion

Wayne Grudem’s text on Systematic Theology is used in seminaries everywhere to teach young pastors and this is where they are getting this heresy. Continue reading

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Sunday morning escapism

For a few minutes each week, we escape from the real life where we live and live in the past and try to solve their problems of thousands ago. That was a long time ago, and nothing like what we live in today. Sure, they treated women awful and we know the Patriarchs had multiple wives, but that was Then. We don’t live that way today. Or do we?

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