Margaret Fell, known to many as the “Mother of Quakerism,” is arguably one of the most fascinating figures in Western religious history. Though frequently overlooked
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As we study Scripture and hear its exposition, it becomes clear that not only are there sins of commission, there are also sins of omission.
My interest in this subject was sparked by the challenging comment of a black woman with whom I shared a class at Northern Baptist Seminary.
This article first appeared in America, February 2, 1991, and is reprinted by permission. The Church is on the defensive these days, attacked by feminists for her
Gentle reader, supposing you get out your Bible, and we will have a lesson together, this morning. Turn, please, to I Corinthians 14:31-40. Now the