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Lent. Part 4. Destination, the garden

No matter what shape the world is in, the writers of The Danvers Statement would never have chosen the woman at the well to be the instrument God used to win lost people to Christ. Continue reading

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How Christianity Today can turn debacle into something good

How Christianity Today can turn something really bad into something really good. Continue reading

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Lent. Part 3. Destination, the garden

There are people representative of certain groups he must tell the Good News that he is the Messiah. This Gentile woman represents one of those groups. Continue reading

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Lent. Part 2. Destination, the garden

Jesus is headed to the garden, this time to the garden tomb of Lazarus, where something very important is about to happen. There is to be a resurrection, a small demonstration of what is to come. It is a familiar … Continue reading

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Lent Part 1. Destination, the Garden

You see, it began with the Garden of Eden and it culminated in the Garden of the Tomb and with the resurrection. That is no coincidence. And it is no coincidence that a woman was the one who was there … Continue reading

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The complementarian woman

I could not believe that young women are so willing to swallow complementarianism and its full expression of submission to all males. Continue reading

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Religious Liberty and Presidential Candidates

Religious liberty is no liberty when it comes to women. Continue reading

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