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Women in the Pulpit IV: How to Read Your Bible

The introduction to this blog series is crucial to read. It provides the background as well as the links to what I reference in this post. 1,954 more words

on being a minister's husband in a certain denomination

I have been pondering the issue of women in church leadership a lot for the last few weeks.

If you don’t know me you might be thinking ‘OK, t… 1,059 more words

Play Time

Women in the Pulpit III: Women of the Bible

The introduction to this blog series is crucial to read. It provides the background as well as the links to what I reference in this post. 2,934 more words

Ethnicity: The Shell that Needs Shedding

By Ajung Sojwal

It is sad that in 2017, I find myself still waiting for the realization of what Apostle Paul declared in Galatians 3:28, “There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female; for all of you are one in Christ Jesus.” The full force of the issue of ethnicity within a church context took hold of me after I got ordained as a priest. 547 more words

Reflections

"I Will Not Suffer a Woman to Teach"

I don’t know anything, so don’t take my word for it. Search the scriptures yourself. But these are my musings.

Sometimes (pretty often, honestly) I run across something in scripture that I don’t understand. 2,181 more words

Learning

Stuck in the Past: Women Still Denied Their Place in Church Leadership

By Megan DeBruyn

Since the early 1900s, American women have been fighting for equal rights and impartial treatment in both society and the workplace. This movement has developed monumentally since its humble origins, and today, women enjoy freedoms across a plethora of fields. 770 more words

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