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Is There a Biblical Feminism?

By: Rebecca Pentz | October 31, 1989

Whereas I see no need to defend, only to lament, the sexism of Christendom, I do think feminine Christians should think again about what Jesus himself taught. Jesus was a man. How did his maleness affect how he related to, and what he taught about, women?

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Ten Lies the Church Tells Women

By: J. Lee Grady | June 5, 2003

I’ve identified 10 erroneous views about women that have been circulated in the church, preached from pulpits and written in the study notes of popular Bible translations for too long. I believe we must debunk these lies if we want to see the church released to fulfill the Great Commission.

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Being Feminist and Pro-family

By: Lynn Marcotte | January 31, 1989

There seem to be two camps vying for our allegiance today – the pro-family movement and feminism. And according to some, a Christian can’t be both pro-family and feminist.

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Feminism in the Writings of Jacques Ellul

By: Joyce Main Hanks | October 31, 1987

Late in 1981 I dug up one of Ellul’s early articles from the Protestant weekly Réforme: ‘La Femmes et les esprits’ (Women and the spirits) and found what we expect when we know Ellul: a maddening mixture of apparently reactionary views and revolutionary ideas.

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The Feminine Response to Life

By: Hattie Veurink | October 31, 1987

Jesus says, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life;” and from this biblical concept feminists must look at life and its fulfillment. The Holy Spirit was poured out for ministry; Jesus began after the endument on Him (Luke 4:1). Jesus broke the last barrier of separation that had been imposed on women by tradition. [...]

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Don't Be Afraid to Be Big, Women

By: Hannah Rasmussen | July 2, 2014

Don’t be afraid to be big, women. That’s what I learned at a conference this weekend. Women are taught to be small. 

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Male and Female: One Image, One Purpose

By: Mimi Haddad | April 16, 2014

Those who believe that gender is the most important aspect of personhood are called "gender essentialists." For them, maleness or femaleness is an attribute that shapes the fundamental meaning and purpose of life, a view that, sadly, drives gender hierarchy in the world and also in the church. Significantly, gender essentialism is not a biblical [...]

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Instinctively Egalitarian: Signs of Encouragement from Australia

By: Denise Cooper-Clarke | September 5, 2013

Whether in Darwin, Sydney, or Melbourne, there is work to be done when it comes to fully incorporating the gifts of women into the body of Christ. Life is not “as good as it gets” for women, but there are clear signs of hope.

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I am Sarah, Fully Human

By: Sarah Schwartz | March 28, 2014

Some days you can handle sexism, and other days, you retreat to cry in the bathroom like the true liberated woman you are.

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It Runs in the Family

By: Lorry Lutz, Hollie Baker-Lutz | December 4, 2013

Mutuality joins author, missionary, and longtime CBE member Lorry Lutz and her granddaughter, sociologist Hollie Baker-Lutz, for a conversation about culture, equality, and building an egalitarian legacy.

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