authority

au•thor•i•ty n. Statements regarded as true of reality. Right to rule or command, power to enforce obedience, power or right to command or act. Power derived from good reputation; power to convince people, capacity for inspiring trust.

Aimee Byrd is Not Promoting Feminism

In case you don’t already know, Aimee Byrd was recently “graciously exited” from the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals shortly after the publication of her latest book, Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. Her contributions included articles for...

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You Who? Rachel Jankovic is Wrong on Identity

Overview: You Who? Why You Matter & How to Deal With It, by Rachel Jankovic In, You Who? Why You Matter & How to Deal With It, Rachel Jankovic writes to Christian women about identity. She wants to enlighten you about all the lies you believe. And she wants to...

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How is Liberty Violated?

We get terms confused: rights, liberty, responsibility… and in getting them confused we often misuse or misapply them. We call things rights because we have a need, or a want, for them, or a liberty because we don’t want to concern ourselves with others. We call...

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