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About bwebaptistwomenforequality

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

Who am I talking to?

What justification would God give for making His female creation submissive to males? Continue reading

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The Nashville Statement and Denny Burk

Denny Burk said he was going to do it, and he did. CBMW has issued the Nashville Statement which is a manifesto against same-sex marriage, and is heretical about marriage in general. Continue reading

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Rumblings of a new movement

We are humbled to be HIS story. Continue reading

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We’ve a story to tell to the nations

72% of Christians say they could worship with a woman pastor, but only 9% have that privilege Continue reading

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How the Resurrection comforts us today

Jesus wept over Mary and Martha’s grief and I believe he understands our grief when we lose someone we love. Continue reading

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Stepping into the Christian era

It was not a coincidence that Mary Magdalene was in the garden to see the Resurrected Christ – the new Adam. Everything was leading up to this. Continue reading

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Part 5. The garden

Do we leave Mary and the other women beside an empty grave? Yes, we do. Continue reading

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Lent 4. Destination, the Garden

No matter what condition of the world, fundamentalists would not have chosen the woman at the well to give the gospel. Continue reading

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Lent Part 3. Destination, the Garden

What stories are you telling about your relationship with Jesus? Continue reading

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Lent Part 2. Destination the Garden

If Jesus calls women for the extraordinary, why wouldn’t he call women for the ordinary? Preaching, for instance. Continue reading

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