Male and Female Differences: Part 2 Helper Made in God’s Image – Debunking Woman’s Inferiority

But for Adam there was not found an ezer kenegedo for him. So the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man, and while he slept took one of his ribs and closed up its place with flesh. And the rib that the LORD God had taken from the man he madeContinue reading “Male and Female Differences: Part 2 Helper Made in God’s Image – Debunking Woman’s Inferiority”

“In Cases Such as These”: Wayne Grudem’s Third Reason Divorce is Justified According to 1 Corinthians 7:15

(I wrote this article in 2019 on Medium) The topic of divorce is always a hot button issue in the church. In general, Christians know that God hates divorce. This comes from Malachi 2:16 and is the “go-to” Scripture reference when pastors are dealing with a married couple in their congregation struggling through marriage, orContinue reading ““In Cases Such as These”: Wayne Grudem’s Third Reason Divorce is Justified According to 1 Corinthians 7:15”

Male and Female Differences: Part 1 – Debunking the “Men are Visual” Lie

The Problem: The belief that God made men visual is a myth that has been directed at congregations for years. Churches and ministries alike have been troubled with the vast number of men addicted to porn and didn’t know how to explain it. Blaming immodest women has been the catch-all explanation for why “good” menContinue reading “Male and Female Differences: Part 1 – Debunking the “Men are Visual” Lie”

Understanding the Social Construct of Blackness

As a non “white” or non “black” Christian looking in as the church attempts to makes sense of whiteness, I have many concerns. When Christian’s resort to using terms like whiteness or blackness to explain the myriad of sinfulness expressions of partiality and with the current conversation more focused on the social construct of whiteness,Continue reading “Understanding the Social Construct of Blackness”

Twice A Year Bible Reading Plan

For 17 years my husband has been consistently and faithfully reading his Bible daily, without a reading plan. Our local pastor recently shared that he reads the Bible 3 times a year. WOW! I have tried several plans but was never truly satisfied with them. I have enjoyed the chronological plan a few times butContinue reading “Twice A Year Bible Reading Plan”

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