I have given myself a STRONG talking to recently (In the privacy of my own home and alone – would hate anyone to think I am unstable). 818 more words
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Matt Walsh writes a popular blog where he sometimes talks about male-female relationships. I got the impression that he was writing too much about how to blame men, and not enough about the policies and practices that provide incentives for men to underperform, e.g. 1,853 more words
I’ve been the Head of an independent day school –The Grange in Hartford, Cheshire– for more than ten years.
Some would, no doubt, consider me to be ‘an experienced Head’, someone who has seen and addressed most of what Headship of a highly achieving independent school has to throw…and seemingly survived it without the loss of life, limb, too much dignity and -most importantly perhaps- the trust of the people I work for, both governors and parents. 339 more words
Hierarchical complementarianism rests on two pillars, which they hammer relentlessly. The first pillar is that the gender hierarchy they espouse is part of God’s good design and His original intent in creation. 1,910 more words
This week in our small group at church we had a discussion about gender roles. Unsurprisingly, my view (that there should be no hierarchy on the basis of gender within a marriage) was not shared by the group. 5,112 more words