The Confessions of Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer

The Confessions of Joyce MeyerSo in order to finish this long awaited book, I have immersed myself in the study of Joyce Meyer, I like to call it the Method Acting version of history--reading her words, watching her on t.v., trying to imagine myself as her devotee or, as Meyer herself to see what it is about her that people, particularly evangelical/Pentecostal women find so enticing about her ministry?Meyer, if you don’t know, has quite a testimony. As a young girl, she was subjected to … [Read more...]

Hunting Heresy at Regent University–Part II (Dress Codes)

Camisole

When I finished my presentation on Dress Codes and Pentecostal Purity Culture in a class at Regent a few weeks ago, I was genuinely worried because my talk was meant to be subversive.  It went well, the class was receptive, and since it was mostly women, the fact that there are few, if any, regulations aimed towards men, they got it. Dress codes, historically and today are rooted in gendered notions of women’s sexual power over men being so overwhelming, that it is almost unfair to subject men to … [Read more...]


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