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Carrying around a thing of maze, havingsomeone walk you to your car when it’s late and never going anywhere alone are just considered normal if you’re a female. 499 more words

Jillian Keller

So Much More, p. 15-22 - Part 1: Father God

So did you guess that the title of this post was an intentional play on words, before even reading the post? Yes? Good. Then you grasp one of the foundational concepts of stay-at-home daughterhood (SAHD): that the line between human fathers and the Divine is murky at best. 2,177 more words

A Few Questions for Complementarians

How would you explain away 1 Corinthians 7:4-5 in terms of male headship/ authority?

Let’s go to Greek.

ἡ γυνὴ τοῦ ἰδίου σώματος οὐκ ἐξουσιάζει … 140 more words

Is Patriarchy One of Our Greatest Sins?

Being a man in a culture that is dominated by men has been difficult at times for me.  So much of my experience around church and Christianity has been disturbing.  636 more words

Parish Imagination

Webs of Light

Oneness will manifest in New Energy Business as Webs of Light where all is connected like the neural pathways of the brain and like a spider web, the slightest shimmer anywhere in the web is felt by the spider, which is the metaphoric representation of the creative I AM Presence, the individuated God we all Are. 655 more words


Mile high, aihai conversations!

This is a conversation I hate. But thankfully, thanks to certain anatomical accidents, will never have to deal with. But if you’re a woman, and in any way connected to South Asia, there’s a good chance you’ve had to deal with it. 753 more words

Did reasonable doubt fail Reeva Steenkamp?

I’ve been debating with myself for the last few months whether to write a piece similar to this, and over the last few days on whether to actually publish this very blog. 1,625 more words

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