Category Archives: Egalitarianism

Reversal of the curse…irony at the best.

I posted an article on Unsettled Christianity with the above title and discuss the statement I made in my earlier post. In fact this story must counteract what some believe Paul is later saying about Eve being the one who was … Continue reading

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Really…Women can’t teach men – is in the Bible.

Have you ever recognised the fact that there are many stories in the Scriptures where the central character is a woman. There are two Old Testament books called Ruth and Esther whose main story are about women…and every time we … Continue reading

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Subordinate or mutual relationship within the church?

Over on the Parchment and Pen blog, Michael Patton asks Egalitarians three questions. Do you believe that there are essential differences, created by God, between men and women? If God-given differences exist, do these differences carry with them strengths and weaknesses for each … Continue reading

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Jesus and equality

It’s not a secret that I am Egalitarian in thought and practice. Ben Witherington in this interview gives a very good talk on Jesus and women. Jesus and Women from CPX on Vimeo.

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