Be warned: There will be spoilers in this review, although they will be mild. Proceed with caution. I saw the new Marvel movie, and it was about as expected. Here is the good, the bad, and the ugly. The Good: Entertainment Value The movie was entertaining at the grass root. The costume and makeup was good, and the CGI was phenomenal. In fact, it was … Continue reading Movie Review: Captain Marvel
The Granddaddy of them All This is the final blog post in the series on women in the pulpit, and is the most important. Although a lot of ground has been covered, none so much is important as how the two sides deal with the text of Scripture. Since I very much prefer arguments which go from the lesser to the greater, we will begin … Continue reading Women in the Pulpit V: What Does the Bible Say?
The introduction to this blog series is crucial to read. It provides the background as well as the links to what I reference in this post. If you have not read it, it can be found here. Sloppy Hermeneutics Before attempting to deal with the important passages from Paul where women pastors are dealt with, Greg Boyd and Rachel Held Evans (RHE) set the table so … Continue reading Women in the Pulpit IV: How to Read Your Bible
The introduction to this blog series is crucial to read. It provides the background as well as the links to what I reference in this post. If you have not read it, it can be found here. Defining Terms Boyd’s title is “The Case for Women in Ministry. ” This is already misleading because the opposition does not necessarily have a counter-case. Boyd’s equivocation of “ministry” … Continue reading Women in the Pulpit III: Women of the Bible
Part II of my defense of holding the pastoral office to qualified men contains an apologetic against the accusation that we are inconsistent in how we apply this doctrine. Continue reading Women in the Pulpit II: Are Complementarians Inconsistent?
The topic of female-pastors has been flowing through my local church recently. I covered it in a Wednesday night class not too long ago, and since we recently started a sermon series on 1 Timothy, the topic was addressed from the pulpit as well. I decided then to respond to some common Egalitarian arguments through this new blog series. To define the term above, the debate … Continue reading Women in the Pulpit I: Setting the Stage
Today is International Women’s Day (IWD). The IWD is similar to feminism. It is defined broadly enough that, to be against it, you must hate women, but it is practiced narrowly enough that anyone with a Bible wants to be against it. I am sure the IWD looks slightly different from country to country. We know what it will be here in the old red, white, … Continue reading International Women’s Day: Commemorating Godly Women