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Mutuality | Blog + Magazine | Autumn 2011

The print + digital magazine of CBE International

Mutuality offers articles from diverse writers who share egalitarian theology and explore its intersection with everyday life.

Blog + Magazine Articles

The opinions expressed in these articles are those of the authors. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of CBE International or its members.

Creative Writing

Autumn 2011

Volume: 18 | Number: 3

Creative Writing

To help accomplish Mutuality‘s goal of being a prophetic and empathetic voice in the church, we are pleased to include a variety of creative pieces in this issue of Mutuality, including a parable, original illustrations, music, narratives, and many types of poetry.

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Creative Writing
By: Megan Greulich | September 5, 2011
Welcome to the “Creative Writing” issue of Mutuality! This is a new adventure for us, as we have never before published an issue entirely filled with creative writing. Much prayer has gone into this issue—which has been in the works for nearly three years—and we hope that you find it to be [...]

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Lynni and the Life-Changing Lotion
By: Charity Kroeker | September 5, 2011
On the corner of Sidney Street and 7th Avenue, just past Sean’s Shoe Shine Chateau and Betty’s Bakery, is a building at least a hundred stories high with windows all the way up.

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Words That Still Burn
By: Sarah Klatt | September 5, 2011
A slam poem from the perspective of Sarah and Angelina Grimké.

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To the Church Leaders About Women
By: H. Edgar Hix | September 5, 2011
Just open a door. Even a small door. They will breach the surface like whales. They will walk with you on the waters.  They will believe in the storm and the Storm Master. They will share His faith and yours. 

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The Primary Colors of Our Moral Sense
By: CBE International | September 5, 2011
This story, from the point of view of a young girl, is about the collective responsibility of the church—male and female alike—to examine the type of environment we create not only through our theological stances, but also through our daily actions and interactions, so that we may make the church a safe and [...]

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A Poisoned Mind
By: Nicholas Colby Watson Wolfe | September 5, 2011
Being married to her is the greatest happiness a man could feel. I could never love anyone more. My only desire is to love her and provide for her. I have made sacrifices for her, but she is worth every single one. I always want to be there for her. I want to save and [...]

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Oceans Breaking Over Rocks
By: Jennifer Kane | September 5, 2011
From the ends of the earth I call to you, I call as my heart grows faint; lead me to the rock that is higher than I (Ps. 61:2).  

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Crying With Those Who Cry: Creating Empathy through Art
By: Mimi Haddad | September 5, 2011
As we discussed the biblical material related to gender equality and service, a male student raised his hand and said, “Look, I have no aspirations of becoming a preacher. I know I will never be like Billy Graham. But that does not bother me. I don’t see why women should be upset either.” With [...]

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