“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...]

My appeal to complementarians – Stop telling me to calm down

I am getting a bit frustrated with my complementarian friends and their propensity to want to suggest that egalitarians are not respecting scripture. I have been in several debates and found that as soon as I raise a decent point they either claim that they are trying to be scriptural or that we need to [Read More...]

Mutuality in the Church for the sake of the Kingdom (#mutuality2012)

*The following is written by my good friend Jacob Evers. He graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary with an MA in Theology and blogs at “A Christian Blog: an anabaptist’s perspective on the world.“ Galatians 3:23-39 states: “Now before faith came, we were imprisoned and guarded under the law until faith would be revealed. Therefore the law [Read More...]

Who’s Winning the Gender “War?” Two Perspectives (Rachel Held Evans & John Piper)

Gender “war” might sound excessive.  Perhaps if we frame this within the broader “evangelical culture war,” then the word-choice probably makes sense.  If you’ve read this blog for any amount of time, you know that I believe that the worldwide church should “Liberate Women for Ministry.”  Honestly, the complementarian system holds back the potential for [Read More...]