Beyond Feminism

Women cannot have it all. To think we can is a fallacy.

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The Feminist Movement began when I was in high school. It had a huge impact on my generation and beyond. Feminists were known for throwing off the traditions once held by women. Feminism was recognized for freedom from the existing roles and expectations of women, as mothers and keepers of the home.

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Open Letter to a Widow

An unusual request

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Dear Betty —
Your request to write something for a widow is an unusual one. I have lost many things but a spouse is not among them. At the same time, all loss no matter what it is has similarities. Lord willing, Continue reading “Open Letter to a Widow”

“Go Home” — part 2

The continuing debate about women in ministry

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I wish I could be a fly on the wall of a first century worship service. I am sure we are misunderstanding something. By we I mean conservative Christians. Continue reading ““Go Home” — part 2″

“Go Home”

The ongoing controversy of women in ministry

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The uproar over John MacArthur telling Beth Moore to “Go Home” is still going on. MacArthur’s remark has been called a watershed moment. Some believe MacArthur’s words are inerrant. Others are not so sure. Clearly, Continue reading ““Go Home””