Four years ago, I wrote a chapter for the book, Simple Church: Unity Within Diversity. Here’s where I now disagree with what I wrote back then. Read more

Here are a few reasons why I think that Jesus may have been intersex. That is, his physical anatomy was neither distinctly male nor distinctly female. Read more

Despite my opposition to Donald Trump, I chose not to vote in the 2016 United States presidential election. Here’s why I’ve now changed my mind. Read more

David is nothing short of abusive toward his wives. But Solomon appears to truly love his wives. How do patriarchy and polygamy play into all this? Read more

My friend Danny Prada, lead pastor of HeartWay Church, has distilled the points of WHEAT much more efficiently than I’ve yet been able to manage. Read more

I was gearing up to enjoy this book. Reho is a good writer, and it’s an engaging and enjoyable read. But I ran into a bit of a snag. Read more

It’s quirky and awkward, and I love it! Hart has gifted us with a meticulously precise examination of the text, and I will be returning to it often. Read more

Jacob is only said to have loved one woman, but patriarchy pushed him into marrying four. And this caused all manner of marital problems. Read more

Sarai and Hagar had their fair share of disputes. Did their conflicts stem from polygamy? Or was Abram’s patriarchal treatment of them the real problem? Read more

Does the Bible critique polygamy by demonstrating problems in polygamous marriages? Or could patriarchy be the real culprit? Read more

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