This puzzle has been shared around Facebook recently, and I thought it a perfect illustration of what submission to a source looks like. Or, rather what it doesn’t look like. I explain in the video.… Read More The head fills the body.
In this post, I am going to about-face and argue that the story of Esther also reveals the solution to defeating racism. We must treat each other as individual persons, not as representatives of our group. … Read More Lessons on Racism in Esther
Today, a post I wrote about church planting is published at Christians for Biblical Equality. I share the experience that started me on my journey to seminary and egalitarianism. Go check it out!
As we seek to understand the tensions present in the church of Ephesus, we also must seek insight for how error today has mingled with sound doctrine, and how our behavior could destroy the good news of Jesus Christ for the watching world.… Read More What is useful in 1 Timothy 2:8-15?
William Law believed that the fall was not a single act of disobedience, but a gradual slide into the unholy state. … Read More The Gradual Fall of Adam