“What will you do after seminary?” – A Female Grad on Becoming a Pastor

I will graduate on May 11, mere days from now. God willing, I will soon possess a diploma that says M.A. in Theological Studies. I took the scenic, part-time, pay-as-you-go route through seminary, so this has been a four-year project. Which is why so many are recently asking: “What will you do after seminary?” In [Read More...]

A soon-to-be dad dreams of a daughter liberated for her soon-to-be world

My daughter grows within my wife’s womb while I dream of the day when she will enter her soon-to-be world. What kind of world and church will she enter? The church and world habitually silences women. Although the West is becoming (slowly) more egalitarian, the reality is that men dominate in many ways. Several studies, [Read More...]

“A Year of Biblical Womanhood” makes me want to become a better man

I’ve followed Rachel Held Evans’ Year of Biblical Womanhood project since she announced it a couple of years back. By that time, we had already connected on the Web. Since then, I’ve followed with interest, reading several blog posts about her journey. Shortly after the “year” had come to completion, I led a workshop at [Read More...]

NT Wright rightly reflects on the Church of England’s choice against women bishops

In the first part of the article, NT Wright demonstrates (importantly) that the reasoning for wanting women to have the chance to be bishops is NOT a matter of progress, but of good biblical exegesis. Those who argue that the church needs to “get with the times” hurts their argument amongst their critics. His description [Read More...]


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