Tag Archives: Wayne Grudem

Desiring to be God – Part 2

In order to elevate themselves, they must first oppress females Continue reading

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Breaking through the Boundaries

I have a dream. If you have this dream, will you join those of us who dream. Continue reading

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Indifference

Are we indifferent to the plight of women, or could it be that we are blind to the plight of women, or perhaps we are lacking love for over one half of the human race. Continue reading

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The voice and the scriptures

They tell you that scriptures say that a woman must be silent, a woman can’t be a deacon because she can’t have one wife, and she can’t have authority over a man. Pastor, what you are teaching is crazy! People who do not speak up perpetuate this trivilization of the scriptures. Continue reading

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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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The most valuable soul

The most valuable soul is the person in church with you each Sunday. They have the skin color as you do, the same language that you do, but they are all males. Continue reading

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