A New Testament mentioning of “apostle” in connection with a female name raises questions about womanly authority in the early church.
While it has its good points, this book is typical of the church’s and the culture’s current minimization of gender in relationship.
The doctrine teaches that for us sinners to be saved, the trinitarian Persons entered into a pact with each Other in eternity about how to do it.
The fruit was delicious, but it was a different taste than she had tasted before, as if something was mixed in, something her body didn’t know what to make of.
The Apostle Paul helps us read the Genesis 2 story to learn masculinity and femininity. One was “made from” the other, the second great asymmetry of gender.
A woman’s fateful walk to the center of the grove.
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.
John’s vision of Christmas in Ch. 12 of Revelation gives us how history unfolds, through the archetypes of gender.
This Dating-with-Discernment book excerpt advises women daters: you want a man in whom you can invest authority. I.e., you want a guy who is able to take charge for you. Those last 2 words are important.
Recent headlines proclaim medical breakthroughs which will enable lesbian couples to bear children together. The headlines make for a sensational news cycle, but are misleading in claiming that the sexually dimorphic (that is, needing both male and female) reproductive process has been circumvented.