Bible and Women Part II

In a previous post I noted how one passage of Scripture leads us to reject the narrative that “the Bible has a low view of women.” In this post, I hope to list some other reasons why a biblical view of women is actually a more dignified view than a modern secular understanding. CREATE
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Bible and Women

Sometimes I hear people say, ‘the Bible is disparaging of women.’ Or, the Bible has a misogynistic or oppressive approach to women. This is a quite a common understanding today in our culture. But I would argue it is rather misinformed and actually very unpersuasive. In fact, I think
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Some Bible Resources & Rhythms for Parents With Young Children

As Christians we feel a joy and duty to teach our children about God. We know that this is not something they will naturally learn, but can only come through intentional instruction and prayer. God is the one who transforms our children’s hearts; He is the only one who can open their
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Freedom and Identity

Freedom and Identity Have you ever considered how much IDENTITY is linked to FREEDOM? This is something I’ve been pondering this week. I think that how we understand identity will shape how we think of what freedom is and looks like. For instance: a musician is most free when he has u
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