Baptist Woman

I have been busy creating a new newsletter called  Baptist Woman

My regular visitors will not find much new, but it is pretty, and I would like for you to look at it.  I mailed a black and white copy to a select group of Baptist women this past week.

This is my fifth newsletter.  The others were previously on my website, but I removed them this summer when I redesigned my website.  But they are good, and I thought you might like to read them. 

Open Letter to Baptists

The Next Step

Baptist Women of the Veil

Jackboots of the Southern Baptist Convention

Baptist Woman

The message of equality for women is so important that I use many different means of getting the message out.  I encourage you to do so, too.

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About bwebaptistwomenforequality

Shirley Taylor writes with humor and common sense, challenging the church body to reclaim equality for Christian women.
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4 Responses to Baptist Woman

  1. Kristen says:

    Shirley, every time I click on one of those links, my browser freezes and has to be shut down. I just using Internet Explorer 8, so it’s not like it’s an unknown browser. Can you look into it and try to find the problem?

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  2. EricW says:

    They look good – colorful, readable, and to the point.

    FWIW, I noted some minor, but relatively insignificant, spelling or usage errors, like:

    “a mean-spirit” should not be hyphenated
    “poured over” and “pour over…Scriptures” should be “pored over” and “pore over”
    “Apostle Paul” should be “the Apostle Paul”

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    • Thanks and thank you for reading it. I’ll fix it. This is a help to me, and I appreciate you taking the time. It is easy to judge the message by the way it is delivered when someone is looking for an excuse to find fault with me. Those who oppose equality for women are looking for that excuse.

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