Who will tell mothers that PINC is not biblical?

Who will tell them? If their mothers don’t and their pastors won’t, who will tell young girls that they are created equal.

There is a group called PINC: Purity & Identity in Christ for 7th and 12th grade girls. Sponsored by LifeWay.

Who will tell them that their identity in Christ is not about being a submissive girl and wife later on? Who will tell them that Jesus ministered to women who were not pure and lifted them up and gave them an identity.

Who will tell them that Jesus does not indicate that women are to be under the charge of their husbands, or any man, and he did not give that authority to men on the other side of the cross?

Who will tell misguided mothers that everything they hear in the church is not gospel?

Who will tell them that these pastors do not have their girls’ best interests at heart.

What they do have is a desire for female submission which is complementary teaching.

Who will tell these pastors who should know better that they have placed their allegiance in straw men instead of in Christ.

Who will tell these congregations that it is Christ that they should follow instead of some teaching that is contrary to the gospel?

Will you help me tell them that the Bible does not teach wifely submission as a biblical commandment for women? If you will help me get the word out, please let your family and friends know that it is time that something must be done. Will you join Shirley in Dethroning Male Headship?


About bwebaptistwomenforequality

Shirley Taylor writes with humor and common sense, challenging the church body to reclaim equality for Christian women.
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2 Responses to Who will tell mothers that PINC is not biblical?

  1. Tom Parker says:

    Shirley: Who are the ones pushing PINC?


    • I still receive the Association’s newsletters and they are advertising it in their newsletter. Spring Baptist Church is presenting it to their girls on April 19 and 20. Spring was one of the first to break off from Baptist General Convention of Texas to be more conservative Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. BGCT and SBTC both are aligned with the local association. The local association is more heavily in favor of SBTC and most churches in this area are, too. The situation we have in Texas is different from the situation in most states. We have competing state conventions. Texas itself is more in favor of the SBTC conservative side. Of course they are all affiliated with SBC, and all more closely adhere to their teaching. Really not a dime’s worth of difference in the individual churches. But there is between BGCT and SBTC beliefs.

      > Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2013 02:59:51 +0000 > To: bwebaptist.women@live.com >


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