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    Women and the Bible

    The Many Female Followers of Jesus

    Margaret Mowczko

    I read Matthew 27:55-56 recently and saw something I had not noticed before. There were many female followers at Jesus’ crucifixion – many.…

    "Notorious" Passages, Women and Relationships

    Co-Leadership in Marriage: Who’s in Authority?

    Tim Evans

    We believe authority is at the heart of much marriage misunderstanding and debate. Over the years traditional-hierarchical-complementarian marriage-view proponents have described their perceived…

    Women and the Bible

    Jesus and the Canaanite Woman: Caring for the Marginalized

    Dominique Gilliard

    How does one best care for marginalized people, those who have been isolated from community, stigmatized by society, and even neglected or wounded…

    Women and Relationships, Women and the Church

    From a Daddy to His Daughters: Dreaming for Them in the Church

    Gail Wallace

    In honor of Father's Day being celebrated this weekend, we are delighted to share this heart-felt post by Brandon Chase. This letter is…

    "Notorious" Passages, Women and Relationships

    Co-Leadership in Marriage: Let’s Talk about Submission

    Tim Evans

    Submission in marriage often comes with lots of negative baggage. In fact, many people refer to submission as the "S"-word. The reality is…

    Women and the Church

    Why We Need More Women in Biblical Studies

    Gail Wallace

    Evangelicals need to develop a deeper theology of women; one that accurately reflects the fact that women and men were created in the…

    "Notorious" Passages, Women and the Bible

    Co-Leadership in Marriage: What about Headship?

    Tim Evans

    Headship can often become a divisive issue in marriage discussions—especially in religious circles. Various “infallible” headship interpretations and accompanying dialogue could fill a…

    General

    Christian Feminism: Friend or Foe? Part 2

    Gail Wallace

    As we saw in the previous post, a recent article by Matt Walsh argued that feminism is unnecessary for Christians. Today I want…

    General

    Christian Feminism: Friend or Foe? Part I

    Gail Wallace

    A recent article warned Christian women (and men, in parentheses) that “Feminism Is Not Your Friend” and addressed a twofold question: Do Christians…

    Biblical Equality

    In the Image of Man They Created God; Male They Created Him

    Kate Wallace Nunneley

    Last week Owen Strachan, prominent complementarian leader and President of the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, called Rachel Held Evans‘ teaching “heresy”…

    Women and the Church

    A Woman’s Right to Choose (And It’s Not What You Think…)

    Khristi Adams

    “You are a creative, intelligent person with a very bright future ahead of you. Don’t feel bad about your decision. I’m proud of…

    Biblical Equality, Women and the Church

    The Logic of Galatians 3:28

    Tim Peck

    Both egalitarians and complementarians try to grapple with Paul’s words in Galatians 3:28 in their own ways. However, sometimes we do not look…

    Women and the Bible, Women and the Church

    Jesus and a Woman’s “Place”

    Kate Wallace Nunneley

    When I read the Gospels I can't help but notice a significant disconnect between the life of Jesus and widespread Church practice. Jesus…

    Women and the Bible

    Who “Killed” Junia? Part Two

    Patrick Mead

    When it comes to figuring out who killed Junia (as in, “removed her from the record and changed her name to male”) we…

    Women and the Bible, Women and the Church

    Who “Killed” Junia? Part One

    Patrick Mead

    When I first began wondering how to harmonize my church’s restrictions on women with some of the passages I found in scripture, I…

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