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The Bible and the Undoing of Patriarchy

Beth Felker Jones

Editor’s Note: On January 25, 2022, we came across this remarkable Twitter thread summarizing the biblical argument against patriarchy. The author, Dr. Beth…

General, Women and the Bible

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.…

"Notorious" Passages, Women and Relationships

Using Peter and Paul Against Mary? Patriarchy and Slavery in New Testament Letters

Steve Mann

In the context of Ephesians 3, Colossians 3, and 1 Peter 2-3, instructions to wives and to slaves are inextricable from one another.…

Women and the Bible, Women and the Church

Why I Support Women in Church Leadership – in 30 Seconds

Kate Wallace Nunneley

I was recently asked to summarize why I support women in church leadership in thirty seconds or less. This was my response… Deborah…

Biblical Equality, Women and Relationships, Women and the Bible, Women and the Church

Wives and Husbands in 1 Peter: Who is the Weaker Vessel?

Heather Celoria

Certain passages in 1 Peter are sometimes used to support the idea of hierarchy in Christian marriage, but a closer look reveals that…

Women and the Church

10 Ways Men Can Fight Sexism

Allison Quient

Are you a man who is discontent with just believing women should be treated fairly? Are you ready to do something? Here are…

Women and the Bible

Does the Creation Account Support Women’s Submission?

Gail Wallace

Views on submission exist on a continuum, but generally speaking, egalitarians support mutual submission in marriage, and church leadership based on giftedness rather…

Personal Stories, Women and Relationships

Submission: A Personal Story

Kate Wallace Nunneley

Submission What he had always been told he deserved What he expected from me, with nothing in return But it was not mine…

Personal Stories, Women and the Church

Gender Hierarchy isn’t the Reason I Left Evangelical Christianity, but…

Marianne Mandujano

I was raised by egalitarian parents and my first meeting with gender division in the Church was when I was studying theology at…

Women and Relationships

Living Between the Mommy Wars

Jody Fernando

When I was pregnant, a friend of mine told me that her mother hadn’t been much into babies. She chuckled a bit as…

Women and the Bible, Women and the Church

Lost In Translation: Phoebe, Servant or Minister?

Bob Edwards

Though inequality makes some of my complementarian friends uneasy, they hold fast to their beliefs nonetheless. They do this, some tell me, because…

Women and the Church

5 Things I Wish Male Egalitarian Pastors Would Do

Meredith Miller

Dear Male Egalitarian Pastors, I have something I need to tell you, and it’s a bit tough to say. Before I do, I…

Our Latest Resources

Junia: A Woman Apostle


By David Williams. A detailed critique of complementarian interpretations of Romans 16:7 that attempt to diminish Junia’s status as an apostle.

The Lost Apostle: Searching for the Truth about Junia


In The Lost Apostle award-winning journalist Rena Pederson investigates a little known subject in early Christian history—the life and times of the female apostle Junia.

Scripture and the Authority of God: How to Read the Bible Today


Wright, N.T. (2005). Scripture and the Authority of God: How to Read the Bible Today. New York: Harper Collins.

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Seriously Good Egalitarian Bloggers

Here is our list of 49 Seriously Good Blogs for Christian Egalitarians.

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