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Nancy Pearcey Explains The Toxic War on Masculinity plus a Review
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Nancy Pearcey Explains The Toxic War on Masculinity plus a Review

Summary – Nancy Pearcey Explains The Toxic War on Masculinity In this episode of Dare to Think, Kerry Baldwin interviews Professor Nancy Pearcey about her book, The Toxic War on Masculinity. This book is not intended to take sides in cultural-religious debates between Complementarianism and Egalitarianism. Instead, Pearcey examines a

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Christians, Modesty, Lust, and What the Bible Says
Culture

Christians, Modesty, Lust, and What the Bible Says

The modesty debate: this is a perennial controversy that rears its ugly head every year in American Christian circles. The 2024 debate was ignited a little earlier than usual due to a calendar featuring women self-described as “conservative.” Oddly, it was one of the least provocative photos featured (of “Josie:

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collectivizing the gender debate
Culture

Collectivizing the Gender Debate

It seems collectivizing the gender debate is the route being taken in Christian circles. Collectivism is the ideology that groups matter over against individuals. They assert that communities, or groups, are more basic to society since individuals depend on them. Collectivist thinking entails believing individuals are the sum total of

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Aimee Byrd Feminism
Culture

Aimee Byrd (Wasn’t) Promoting Feminism [UPDATED]

Update: Aimee Byrd wasn’t promoting feminism, until now. This article was originally posted August 2020. At the time, I supported the work Aimee Byrd was doing. As I and many others understood it, she wanted to promote the theological education of women in the face of gendered stereotypes being passed

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aimee byrd on manhood
Podcasts

Aimee Byrd on Manhood and Womanhood [Interview]

Aimee Byrd on Manhood and Womanhood | Show Notes In this episode, I talk to Aimee Byrd; author of the book, Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. Aimee uses thematic elements from a dystopian novella, The Yellow Wallpaper, to illustrate problems with teachings on gender by the Council of Biblical

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Response to Mark Jones on Authority and Submission
Culture

Response to Mark Jones on Authority and Submission

In his review of Rachel Green Miller’s book, Beyond Authority and Submission, Mark Jones offers a critical review suggesting that her motives are good but that she misses the mark. You can read my extended review of Miller’s book here. I don’t know anything about Jones, and the only things I’ve read from him are this

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