Tag Archives: Patriarchy

A letter to our sisters, on biblical womanhood in heavenly places

Yesterday Julie Anne at Spiritual Sounding posted this response to an article at cbmw.org.  That’s the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, the flagship organization for complementarian theology.  I was alarmed by the excerpts in Julie Anne’s piece, so I … Continue reading

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Talking back to patriarchy

Last week I had the great pleasure of joining a group of Cornerstone friends in Indianapolis.  We decided that the end of the fest didn’t have to be the end of us, and so we had an Imaginarium Meetup, organized … Continue reading

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I Don’t Know Why You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello

Hey, you found me!  Meet the new blog.  Not quite the same as the old blog, but mighty close. Had a lovely afternoon with friends we rarely see.  Like us, they are Cornerstone regulars and they don’t actually live that … Continue reading

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