Part 3: Christianity’s Radically Counter-Cultural View of Gentiles, Slaves, and Women. Could the logic of Paul’s argument actually point toward the day when women with ministry gifts can finally take their Spirit-intended place of leadership in the body of Christ?
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December 9, 2014
December 8, 2014
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Part 2: The Case Against Women in Church Leadership-Exclusion Based Upon Created Order It is hard to avoid the conclusion that–whether by creation or the Fall–women are more gullible than men and therefore unworthy of teaching or leading the church.
December 7, 2014
Part 1: Confronting the Bewildering Extremes. The role of women in church leadership causes division among my Christian friends, untold heartache among my girl friends with ministry gifts, and all too often a huge black-eye in my generation’s view of the church. In truth, it would be easier to simply duck the question, but this […]
December 5, 2012
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Christian student group at top research university creates unintended firestorm by banning women from speaking at events unless they are accompanied by their husband.
November 28, 2012
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“Christian women fear being ‘outed’—that if our truth comes out, no one will love us or accept us and we will no longer be credible—when the truth is exactly the opposite.” -Lisa Kittle Part 8 in series: Women of Faith in Leadership
November 25, 2012
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Women in American churches know how they want to be perceived by others: they want to be influenced by the Bible, and reject the idea of being heavily affected by the media. But is this an actuality or merely an aspiration? David Kinnaman discusses new Barna research.
November 15, 2012
Being a great woman leader doesn’t have to mean suppressing your gender Part 6 in series: Women of Faith in Leadership by Margaret Feinberg Over the years I have met many fantastic women leaders. I lean forward to hear their every word and am always grateful to spend a spare hour with them over a cup of […]
October 31, 2012
Part 3 in series: Women of Faith in Leadership Scot McKnight, an award-winning author, blogger, Two Handed Warrior contributor, and professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard, IL, has written extensively about women in the church, discipleship and the Christian life. Several chapters of his book, Blue Parakeet, are devoted to examining the biblical support […]
October 30, 2012
Part 2 in series: Women of Faith in Leadership “There is an enormous range of experiences for women in today’s churches, from those who are very satisfied to those who feel as if the church is one of the least welcoming places for them to be.” […]
October 22, 2012
Part One in Series “Women of Faith in Leadership” Posted by Gary David Stratton, Senior Editor Congratulations to Two Handed Warrior contributors Margaret Feinberg and Rachel Held Evans for their inclusion in Christianity Today’s “50 Women You Should Know” (below). In truth, many if not most of the women on CT’s list are true Two Handed […]