Tag Archive: women

Review: Sara Gaston Barton’s “A Woman Called”

When I stepped on to the campus of Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas in 1989 as a reserved and very foreign freshman everyone knew senior John Barton and his girlfriend Sara Gaston.  They… Continue reading

Women in Ministry (Part Three)

Scot McKnight, The Blue Parakeet, Chapter 14, Silencing the Blue Parakeet (1), and Chapter 15, Silencing the Blue Parakeet (2) Regardless of the undeniable fact that women were active in ministry in the… Continue reading

Women in Ministry (Part Two)

Scot McKnight, The Blue Parakeet, Chapter 12, What Did Women Do in the Old Testament and Chapter 13, What Did Women Do in the New Testament McKnight begins by questioning the whole way… Continue reading

Women in Ministry (Part One)

Scot McKnight, The Blue Parakeet, Part 4 Introduction, Women in Church Ministries Today and Chapter 11, The Bible and Women  We now come to the last third of the book in which McKnight… Continue reading

Book Review: “Junia Is Not Alone” by Scot McKnight

If you come from a Christian tradition like the one I do that teaches that women are to be subordinated to men, especially in the church, I implore you to surf over to… Continue reading