For years, I’ve had a common retort to those who oppose gay marriage on biblical grounds: Do you make women wear head coverings in church? That’s because prohibitions of homosexuality and head coverings have about the same amount of biblical attestation. When I ask that question, my interlocutors most often pivot to arguments from natural law. That’s because no one — NO ONE — is really a biblical literalist. We all live on the slippery, relativistic slope of biblical interpretation.
Well, now there’s a slick new website that claims there’s a “movement” to bring back head coverings in worship. Oh, I should mention, it’s head coverings for women only — they don’t seem to be interested in the Torah commandment that men cover their heads while at prayer.
I’m part of the hip-hop culture and love rap music. I’m a hockey fan who cheers for the Edmonton Oilers. I love technology.
And, it seems, he loves to subordinate his women.
Anyway, I’m not saying that Jeremy is a bad guy. He seems to be a pretty good web designer. But his theology stinks.