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The Arrogance of Masculinity and Femininity

It is arrogance in us to call frankness, fairness, and chivalry ‘masculine’ when we see them in a woman; it is arrogance in them to describe a man’s sensitiveness or tact or tenderness as ‘feminine.’ (C.S. Lewis, A Grief Observed.) … Continue reading

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Gender is Irrelevant to Mentoring

When I graduated law school my mentor at the firm I worked at was a woman. When I got on the bench and had been a judge for a while, I mentored a woman who joined the court. Gender qualifications … Continue reading

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Biblical Femininity Is A Lie

Laura Martin just posted a review of Biblical Femininity, Discovering Clarity and Freedom in God’s Design for Women. She ably discusses the book’s premises, pointing out that its reliance on weak exegeses leads to weakly supported conclusions on the role of women … Continue reading

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The Bride of Christ Isn’t Masculine Enough?

The Bride of Christ Isn’t Masculine Enough For Some People A recent article about John Piper reports his apparent concern that Christianity is not masculine enough, and it is up to male church leaders to do something about it. He … Continue reading

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