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Category Archives: Baptist Faith and Message 2000
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 →
Should we call our husbands the vicar of Christ? A Big Baptist Church is luring in unsuspecting women to their church where the message of the Bible is not Jesus and his love for all, but that a woman must act out the part of mankind while her husband acts out the part of Jesus.
If you asked the person sitting next to you in the pew this Sunday if women are victims of the church leadership system, most would look at you as if you had two heads. Continue reading →
We have allowed our men to grow along with ech century and culture, but we clothe our women in the First century. That dress doesn’t fit anymore. Continue reading →
Girls are called into the ministry and we have limited what this ministry means. Are Baptist girls called only to be missionaries, and children’s ministry workers, or can they be called to pastoral ministry? Continue reading →
Even the Pastoral Search Committees are stacked against women. Women make up 60% of the church, but their voice counts as only two out of seven when it comes to choosing a new pastor. Continue reading →
For a few minutes each week, we escape from the real life where we live and live in the past and try to solve their problems of thousands ago. That was a long time ago, and nothing like what we live in today. Sure, they treated women awful and we know the Patriarchs had multiple wives, but that was Then. We don’t live that way today. Or do we?
Things are Rockin’ in Georgia. One brave Catholic nun, Diane Doughtery, is standing up to the Catholic church, and one backward institution has disfellowed another church because it has a woman as co-pastor. Continue reading →
Baptist General Convention of Texas (Texas Baptists) are having their annual meeting in November. I asked them to bring up the women’s equality issue. I told them that I am not an issue. I am a woman. Continue reading →
Your church doesn’t have to say a word about the five restrictions against women. They are written in the church by-laws. Continue reading →