David tells Solomon, “Be strong and be a man.” Is strength a particularly masculine quality? Does one need to be strong to be a man?
God chose to bring the Messiah smack dab into the middle of a marriage engagement story. What on earth was He thinking in this Christmas story?
This week, with great celebration, President Biden signed the “Respect for Marriage” Act, seeking to normalize monogendered unions. That is not the scary part.
Does God wink at the Old Testament guys He liked, like Abraham and David, when they took multiple wives? Is this Exhibit A of the Bible’s patriarchal misogyny?
The Apostle Paul and the Prophet Malachi single out fathers as the lynchpin of family well-being. Let Father’s Day renew this sacred task.
A scholar seeks to circumvent the the famous text affirming gender asymmetry by claiming it is just Paul quoting his adversaries. Does the argument hold up?
In the English Standard Version (ESV) of 1Corinthians 16, the apostle commands the church to be strong, to stand firm, to “act like a man!” Is that accurate?
In a book that begins w/the creation of gender, ends w/a wedding and fills the in-between w/how males & females are to be His image, gender is going to come up.
Let us keep on with intergendered love because thus our redemption has been worked.
Revelation 12’s great sign of how history unfolds, shows the paradigm of gender in bringing redemption.