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They came out in force on Mother’s Day against women These Mother’s Day tweets should have surprised me, but it didn’t. It does, however, disappoint me that Presidents of renowned Baptist Theological Seminaries and professors would engage in women-bashing such … Continue reading
What they have not been told – and what they have no control over – is how you will react. Continue reading
At a time in our church history that the main focus should be on winning lost souls and spreading the gospel to a hurting world, we fear for the future because the Council on Biblical Manhood and Biblical Womanhood has placed a greater priority on women’s submissive role rather than on the gospel of Jesus Christ. Will you please sign our petition to Demand an Apology from the CBMW? Continue reading
Will you join us? We need your voice. In fact, my friends, you need us. You need our voice calling for equality. Will you join us? Continue reading
We need Levites who recognize a Gold Calf Idol Husband when he or she sees it. Complementarian restrictionists have made an idol of husbands and are falling down in worship at the feet of the ones who have put them in chains. Continue reading
Pastors are victims of Southern Baptist Convention bullies, and are bullied in their pulpit. Continue reading
There are societal ills that mankind will always have to deal with. Churches have to deal with them within their congregations. But we don’t kick out one half of the world’s population because some might sin. If we did, we would have no pastors. Continue reading
Are Dr. Al Mohler, the Council on Biblical Manhood and Biblical Womanhood, the Southern Baptist Convention, non-denominationals, evangelicals, proud of their influence and of the male headship men who send letters like these to Christian women?
What is not said, but what is taught, is that upon marriage, a man who was just an imperfect human being before the marriage ceremony, now becomes a god to be obeyed, worshiped, and who is given his own little kingdom which will consist of his wife and his daughters and the sons until they marry.