Calvinists who believe in complementarianism are more likely to also believe domestic violence myths.
Born Again Again
Carol Howard Merritt on reclaiming faith
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One gift of being a pastor is that death stands right in front of us. We understand that our days are numbered.
We are called into liberation—a freedom that sees not our value as consumers but the dignity inherent in our humanity.
On Saturday, Donald Trump gave his first commencement address—at Liberty University. How could the Moral Majority and a famously immoral president form this alliance?
Theological issues might be “settled” for us, but there is a big world out there that needs to hear our voices.
I reject complementarian theology—whatever the degree to which it is put into practice, and however nice the husband is about enacting his authority.
Princeton Seminary, the flagship seminary of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), is giving an award for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Witness to Tim Keller, one of the loudest, most read, and most adhered-to proponents of male headship in the home.
Our truth is the sort of truth that acknowledges that we see through a mirror dimly.
Will young men and women from middle and lower class backgrounds be pushed down with medical and educational debt? Will they see the military as the only option for education, health, and opportunity?
As I marched alongside sisters, mothers, and daughters, I remembered how my religious upbringing robbed me of my ability to love.