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A Discussion on Christian Feminism

A discussion on feminism, leadership, gender, marriage,  preaching, the Bible and the church…with Nick Franks on his vlog….I hope you enjoy it…value your comments (feel free to let me know where I am wrong!)…

 

This is an old book but I would still highly recommend it…

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7 comments

  1. Insightful and interesting to watch. I need to learn more about headship in the home as it begs the question “what if a woman is single/unmarried?” Or “what if the wife is further along in her spiritual journey? How can the husband lead?”

  2. Dear Pastor David,

    The very best book on the topic of Christianity and feminsm I have read is “The Essence of Feminism” by the Sydney Anglican, Kirsten Birkett. It is only a slim volume but it is well worth tracking down.

    Birkett started out intending to write a pro-feminist book but, after researching the topic, became an anti-feminist. In a few short, simple arguments, the book demolishes feminism’s ideological claims. Highly recommended.

    In Christ,

    Jean

  3. The you tube video was enjoyable . As a pouncing pedant , I noted the obvious redundancy in the introductory inclusion of both “Mr” and “Esq.”

    I should have thought that the RC’s with their VM fixation , almost past Trinity levels to that of Quaternity, had provided “sufficient unto the day” of Feminism.

  4. The Free Church of Scotland Record ran a back page denominational magazine image, which also appears on this blog: June 01 ‘Fearfully and Wonderfully Made’. The “harmonious marriage” of scripture and science on this topic is staggering. A great barometer on where our churches are falling and failing is abortion.

    Few evangelical denominations would dare to run that really helpful image. It demolishes the facade of unrestricted chemical Termination of Pregancy, from ten weeks after fertilisation, being a “decent compromise” on “a vexed question”.

    Circumstances in recent years have drawn me to a midweek informal lunchtime and afternoon men’s meeting. We eat, drink, pray, sing and study a few verses. There is something really refreshing about men meeting to pray.

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