What She Didn’t Say

A couple of months ago, Beth Moore posted an open letter to “[our] Brothers In Christ”, shedding light on her experiences as a woman in vocational ministry–particularly her experiences of misogyny and even discrimination. I encourage you to read it (link above).  I have no doubt that each paragraph is painstakingly crafted; each word carefully chosen.  I would do a disservice to you and to her if I tried to summarize it here.

What I want to take a moment to explore with you is the little part she quickly breezed past in her letter: the reason she stayed silent.  Continue reading “What She Didn’t Say”

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A response to “Debt-free virgins without tattoos”

Last week a woman’s blog post went viral, making some corners of the internet pretty much lose their minds. The post entitled “Men prefer debt-free virgins without tattoos” started showing up in debates and discussions all over my social media, shortly after it was published. People were buzzing, and it garnered attention from writers in and outside of Christian circles.  Maybe you saw it too?

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