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    Power Dynamics Between Jesus and the Canaanite Woman in Matthew 15

    Harriet Reed Congdon

    In a reversal of pattern, it’s the Canaanite woman, not Jesus, who delivers the final punch line. And her counterargument flips the script.…


    Awaiting the Refugee King: A Christmas Reflection

    Christiana Rice

    This Christmas, I’m pondering the grittier, truer side of the nativity narrative through the lens of a refugee mother who waits with her…


    A Mother’s Day Liturgy

    Kate Wallace Nunneley

    In recent years I have been struck by how feminine communion is At the Last Supper Jesus says, “This is my body broken…


    Keeping Mary Company: A Good Friday Reflection

    Dan Hix

    What was she doing there? There, of all places Why don’t you run, Mary, just run? Join disciples’ mad dash to self-protection Bolt…far…


    What Does the Bible Say About Domestic Abuse?

    Ally Moder

    The truth is that you know a victim of abuse. It might be your mother, sister, aunt, friend, or a teenager in your…


    Manhood & Masculinity: 3 Great Studies for Groups

    Gail Wallace

    “I'm looking for book recommendations that are egalitarian friendly and address the subjects of manhood and masculinity. I can't find anything and our…


    Biblical Maternal Images for God

    Shiao Chong

    Mother’s Day makes me think about God’s maternal side. Christianity has been guilty of a patriarchal history that has been oppressive of women.…


    A Letter to Young Christian Feminists

    Cheryl Bridges Johns

    As young Christian feminists you join a company of women and men dedicated to the cause of moving beyond the Curse and its…


    Women, War, and Evangelicals

    Gail Wallace

    Marine Cpl. Christina Oliver on patrol in 2010. Credit Lynsey Addario|The New York Times Recently the U.S. military announced it was in the…


    49 (more or less) Seriously Good Blogs for Christian Egalitarians

    Gail Wallace

    Updated 9/2021 to reflect the current status of the resources named. In this post, we provide a list of 40+ blogs that regularly…


    Defying Gender Stereotypes: Surprising Men of the Old Testament

    Bronwen Speedie

    I’ve found that the Old Testament is full of some amazing, strong women who defy stereotypes. But what about men? Did Old Testament…


    Malestrom: Manhood Swept Into The Currents Of A Changing World (Review & Giveaway)

    Dorothy Greco

    In her new book Malestrom: Manhood Swept Into The Currents Of A Changing World, Carolyn Custis James demonstrates why she is one of…


    3 Third World Jesus Feminists You Should Know

    Jen Buck

    Today the average Christian looks like a poor Nigerian woman rather than a European well-educated male as in the past. In 2050, 72…


    More Than Footnotes Part 3: Women in The Reformation Era

    Michael Wiltshire

    Part 3 in a series examining the role of women in different phases of Church history. See also Part 1 -Women in Early Christianity, Part 2 – Women…


    Women in Church Leadership: Not a Secondary Issue

    Paula Fether

    This week on the blog we're featuring the remaining posts from the runners-up in our fall Guest Blog Contest, with the exception of…

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