This article first appeared in Christians for Biblical Equality’s Mutuality magazine in May 2017. Who translated the version of the English Bible that you use? Google the answer, and there’s a strong likelihood you’ll find that all or most of the translators were men, even of very recent translations. Remarkably, two translations from the mid-nineteenth and… Continue reading A Tale of Two Translators: The Lives and Legacies of Julia E. Smith & Helen Barrett Montgomery
Q: Bronwen, when I tell my Christian friends that I believe in the equality of men and women, they say that egalitarians are just bending to culture, rather than being shaped by Scripture. Is this true? A: In my previous Q&A post, I looked at whether egalitarians twist Scripture to ignore or change the passages… Continue reading Q&A: Do Egalitarians Bend to Culture?
St Patrick of Ireland, Edward the Confessor, Alfred the Great, St David of Wales, St Aidan of Lindisfarne – all instrumental figures in the establishment of Christianity in Britain. But women also played an important role – St Hilda of Whitby stands head and shoulders above the rest.