It is commonly thought that Judas was the treasurer of the monies collected. If we stick to a strict interpretation of the 12 men apostles, then we would not allow women to be the treasurers or financial secretaries in our churches.
History has been heading toward this moment when women would be free and have equal rights, and that the time has come.
Proverbs 31 presents the case of the equal homemakers. She works and brings in money, and he sits at the gate with the elders as a leader and judge. Continue reading
The Council on Biblical Manhood and Biblical Womanhood wants us to believe that only women are homemakers. If a man is in the home, he has an obligation to be a homemaker, alongside his wife. Men and women who are single are homemakers in their homes. To say that only women are homemakers is silly. Continue reading
Sow the Wind, Read the Whirlwind is the title of the article written by Jocelyn Andersen for this edition of Five Smooth Stones. Sign up for our newsletter Five Smooth Stones. Continue reading
Do you want to rock the boat? Join us at the Seneca Falls 2 Evangelical Christian Women’s Rights Convention in Orlando, Florida, on July 24, 2010. Continue reading
SBC got out their big gun, aimed at women, and shot the cannon of the Danvers Statement on Biblical Manhood and Biblical Womanhood when SWTBS adopted the statement in October 2009. Continue reading
Seneca Falls 2 Christian Conference seeking to offer solutions and to present a united front in favor of gender-equality for Christian women. Continue reading