Category Archives: The Danvers Statement on Biblical Manhood and Biblical Womanhood

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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John Piper – the new Apostle Paul?

It was hard to concentrate on the sermon as I began to comprehend the depth of Dr. Piper’s reach. He is quoted from the pulpit and the blogs, and I am worried that his words are taking on the feel of the gospel to many. It is dangerous to follow one man and allow his thoughts and writings become intertwined with the gospel that is preached 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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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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Questions and Answers about the Trinity

If the pastors aren’t preaching the Eternal Sonship Submission theology in the pulpit, where is it coming from and how big a problem is it? Continue reading

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Making life fair

Pastor, you can change some of those things that are unfair – you can use the Maytag and the vacuum cleaner. Your wife is not destined by scripture to pick up and clean up after you. Continue reading

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Would we know if it is God’s will?

Man has always done evil things and claimed that it was God’s will, and God did not intervene to stop man from his evil deeds. Man is still carrying out evil against women by denying her full privilege before God.

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Why doesn’t God want women to preach?

Does God mislead women when he allows a heartfelt desire to preach come into their heart? Continue reading

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Almost Persuaded – Part 2 of 4

How far will SBC church members go before they say enough is enough when it comes to Male Headship? Most men and women worshipping in our churches are ignorant of what the leadership is trying to push down our throats. Continue reading

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Sparring with an SBC Pastor

This SBC Pastor wants me to read an entry level book so I will understand the scriptures better. He is the one who needs a better understanding of the scriptures. Continue reading

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