Struggling with one of God’s gender commands? Are you seeing the law’s true intent?
A good friend expressed sadness to me at the absence of young men in churches and yet their responsiveness to influencers like Jordan Peterson and Andrew Tate.
The Apostle Paul says that the goal of every and any of the commands in the Bible is love. But how do we see the love in this one?
A New Testament mentioning of “apostle” in connection with a female name raises questions about womanly authority in the early church.
Q: Can the Bible help transgender folks? Did its authors even have words for non-binary and trans? A: Departure from the gift of gender has ancient pedigree.
This week, with great celebration, President Biden signed the “Respect for Marriage” Act, seeking to normalize monogendered unions. That is not the scary part.
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.
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.
In a review of the book, “Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian,” by Michelle Lee-Barnewall, we get some of that encouragement
A long form venue provides a needed forum for exploring gender theologically, just what the church needs to do to know the ‘why’s of Scripture’s commands.