Does the Old Testament contain one of the oldest examples of an appeal for women’s rights? The story of the daughters of Zelophehad in Numbers 27 is one that you may never have noticed. It’s a fair guess that you never learned about it in kids’ church, haven’t been to a Bible study where this text… Continue reading Securing Their Future: the Daughters of Zelophehad
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“Enwhitenment”: The Bible’s Surprising Take on Men & Women
Is the Bible any sort of a place to find relevant and useful ideas on gender issues? And what does this question have to do with an ad for photocopier paper? (Those are two sentences you never expected to find in the one paragraph!) In this post, I provide an overview of the treatment of women throughout… Continue reading “Enwhitenment”: The Bible’s Surprising Take on Men & Women
Surprising Men of the Old Testament (Part 2)
What do a godly man’s relationships look like? How does he respond to his wife and children, to vulnerable women and to women in leadership roles?