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Is God Male?

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Women in the Church: Part 9

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 9: Difficult Texts:  1 Timothy 2:8-15  Today’s post is the first of three that will address key New Testament texts often cited by complementarians to restrict or prohibit women from certain … Continue reading

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Egalitarianism Series – continued

New Post Coming! It’s been a while since I’ve posted a blog entry. Well I’m back at it and I’m finally getting around to concluding my series on why I am an egalitarian. Over the next three weeks, on Tuesday … Continue reading

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Women in the Church: Part 7

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 7: Redemptive Movement In my last post, I argued that both the complementarian and egalitarian positions employ interpretive strategies when they appeal to the Bible to support and defend their … Continue reading

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Is God Male?

When I teach about the Trinity in my introductory theology class the topic of God and gender often comes up. “Is God male?” Let’s think about that. The Bible often refers to God with masculine personal pronouns. Following this, Christians … Continue reading

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