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Playing Twister with the Scripture

Once I have a child, then, from your reasoning, I should be free of the stigma. Does the fact that I had pain killers during childbirth change that? Do I get a certificate saying that I am now “preserved” from that stigma? Continue reading

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We know our places

We know our places. But some of us are tired of those places. Some of us are telling our leaders that they are wrong. Some of us are holding them accountable for their segregationist attitude. Continue reading

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Letter to Denny Burk

Denny, after reading your vision for the future of the CBMW, I think you are still guarding the cloaks of those who stoned Stephen. Continue reading

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CBMW v Beth Allison Barr

Denny Burk, president of The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, and his minions have virtually and literally burned Beth Allison Barr at the stake. Continue reading

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One Wife for Seven Brothers

This is how an improbable illustration goes, with each husband accounting for his wife for the short time she was his wife. For the story’s sake, the husbands make their accounting as soon as they arrive in Heaven. Continue reading

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Denigrating Jesus

Will you call out those who are false teachers, and who seek to denigrate women, and who use any means to do so? Continue reading

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Male headship theology

It is important to understand this theology. It is pervasive. While Baptists do not directly say that young women should remain at home under the rule of their fathers, they promote the belief that mothers and children are to be … Continue reading

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Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr

So I honor Martin Luther King this day. He had a great effect on my life as a white female. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 gave blacks, and white women, the same rights that white men already had. Continue reading

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10 questions Christians should answer

Exactly what is it that Christians are afraid of if men and women are allowed to serve equally in their church? Continue reading

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Missing: the spiritual leader

A Baptist deacon wrote “The man of the house is the spiritual leader and is responsible for seeing his family loves the Lord and accepts Jesus as their Lord and Savior.” I tried to find the scriptures that tell women … Continue reading

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