Category Archives: Equality for women in Southern Baptist churches

Triageology

In this Theological Triage tier, gender roles means that women are held to certain second-class roles determined by individual churches, and the fact that it is listed in a Theological Triage gives men equality with Christ.
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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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Dawg-gone it! Banned again

It is all right to insult women when you are having a “scriptural and godly discussion” about whether or not they are qualified to be pastors. Continue reading

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Fundamental nastiness

Surrey Baptist Association removed Flat Rock Baptist Church from their membership, but the people who speak up in their favor aid and abet this nasty behavior toward one of their peers. Continue reading

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Discussion of demand for an apology – Conclusion

It appears to me that instead of finding ways to justify why women should be held in submission, or subordination, and treated as second-class Christians, we would find any glimmer of hope in the scriptures and allow women to hear their calling from God. Continue reading

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Discussion about apology demand – Part 4

Early day Christians did finally choose an earthly authority, called a pope. People were held in terror of their soul’s salvation since they believed that the Roman Catholic Church actually had the power to save them or send them to purgatory. I believe this is what Paul was trying to tell the people to avoid. Perhaps without knowing it, Paul was telling to keep separate church and state.)
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Discussion about demand for apology – Part 3

R.H. asked me if I am saying that any time there is an authority/submission relationship between two people, the person with the authority is destroying the personhood of the one in submission? Continue reading

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Discussion about Apology Demand – Part 2

We are in a rut when we speak about women’s equality in the church and in the home. We need to examine it from different angles. Continue reading

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A price to be paid

Winning our battle for Christian women’s equality will not be easy. But as Patrick Henry said “Our brethren are already in the field! Why stand we here idle?” Won’t you join me and others who are fighting for victory? Continue reading

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Waiting for my Juneteenth

I am waiting for my Juneteenth by the Southern Baptist Convention. A day that they will come to us and tell us what we have always known, that we are free from bondage and that they welcome us as equal citizens of Christ.

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