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The Egalitarian.

When we reject politics that justify arguments by concluding that differences beyond merit are as rational as the ability of someone to carry out a task, ethnic or biological membership for example, our collective success is guaranteed more securely. 659 more words


This I Believe

One set of convictions that I ascribe to dearly is that of egalitarianism. I strongly believe in the right of all human beings to live a life of equal opportunity, and that this should be the end goal of humanity’s progress. 840 more words

For Speech Class

New Opposition Leader Davor Bernardic Mimics Communist Collectivism And Socialist Egalitarianism

Croatia’s largest parliamentary opposition party, the centre left that’s still carrying the torch for the oppressive communist Yugoslavia, Social Democratic Party/SDP – has its new leader in Davor Bernardic. 1,373 more words

A Dialogue Between a Secular Feminist, an Evangelical Egalitarian, and a Neo-Patriarch


Gloria (Secular Feminist)

Sarah (Evangelical Egalitarian)

Abraham (Neo-Patriarch)

Moderator (Neutral)

Opening Statements

Moderator: I am very grateful that you three have agreed to engage in a dialogue on a topic of intense interest and immense significance for my audience, that is, the ethics of male/female relationships in society, church, and home. 1,035 more words

Hearing Women

I have written a lot about calling, finding our voice in ministry and our place behind the pulpit.  And while this is an essential part of our work, I think that it is also important that we examine the ways in which we hear women.  293 more words

Female Leadership

Guest Post: Find Your Voice

We have a great guest post for you this week from Kay Bonikowsky.  Kay describes herself as a Missionary kid. Mother. Wife. Seminarian. Opinionated. And Grateful.  1,023 more words

Christian Women

Time To Retire The Office Of First Lady?

If American meritocracy and egalitarianism is to mean anything (and admittedly it often doesn’t mean much at all, especially considering the key protagonists in the presidential election we have just witnessed) then is it finally time to abolish the familiar but not-strictly-necessary official role for the spouse of the president? 1,170 more words

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