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Feminism vs. Egalitarianism: Big and Little Measures

First off, let me declare that I do indeed consider myself a feminist. I am a feminist not because I choose to be, but because of Feminism’s definition. 877 more words

Civil Rights

Define 'Progressive'

Among us so-called “progressives”, we have more disagreements on what we should stand for than what the average outsider may think.

Me? I identify as egalitarian – not feminist. 434 more words

Clinton

Women in Leadership in the Early Church - Part 2

This is the second of three articles addressing women in ministry.  The first two articles use the Bible to document their service and leadership from the time of Jesus through the first century.  1,320 more words

Christian Women

The Galatian Principle: Or, Do Complementarians Deny Justification by Faith? (A Guest Post)

This post is written by my colleague and friend, Spencer Boersma, Pastor of First Baptist Church Sudbury. Spencer has two degrees from Heritage College and Seminary in Cambridge, Ontario, and just submitted his dissertation for a Ph.D. 3,418 more words

New Testament

The Galatians Principle: Or, Do Complementarians Deny Justification by Faith?

So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith, for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. 3,494 more words

The F Word

Why has feminism become a dirty word?

I write this out of slight malice. While going through my wordpress, I looked up the tag “feminism” and was disheartened at what I saw. 969 more words

Words, Words, Words!

How Do Equal Societies Stay that Way? On the Importance of Anti-Hierarchy

How do equal societies stay that way? This question vexes both anarchists and liberals, not to mention social scientists, who emphasize the importance of equality. For many, imagining a non-hierarchical society is easy, but imagining it staying that way is another matter entirely. 1,578 more words