Tag Archives: equality in Jesus Christ

How Did Jesus Treat Women?

I am re-posting a recent blog article written by Shirley Taylor at “bWe Baptist Women for Equality’s Blog,” found here: https://bwebaptistwomenforequality.wordpress.com/ Shirley’ promotional material notes that she “writes with humor and common sense, challenging the church body to reclaim equality … Continue reading

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On Self Efficacy, Spiritual Efficacy, and Another Danger of “Male Headship”

Phyllis Nissila SPIRITUAL SELF-EFFICACY? Self efficacy, or, “the extent or strength of one’s belief in one’s own ability to complete tasks and reach goals,” [1] is a key element of success in “the natural,” as it were. I’ve been thinking … Continue reading

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What Shall We Now Do With Christian Women? On Chattel, Whores, Ladies Faire, and Brides

Phyllis Nissila A question with ancient roots distracts modern Christendom with revived potency: what shall we now do with the women? Spurred by modern brands of the Patriarchy Movement, some wonder: is church policy clear enough on women teaching only … Continue reading

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