“A Feminist Biblical Theology” by Phyllis Trible

Summary of “Five Loaves and Two Fishes: Feminist Hermeneutics and Biblical Theology” Phyllis Trible writes to make a case for a “Feminist Biblical Theology.” (Trible, 289-95). She organizes her argument Continue Reading →

Why We Call God ‘Father’: A Hopeful Response to Simon Chan’s CT article

“He [God] chose to liken himself to a mother…”[1] -John Calvin In a recent post on Christianity Today, Professor Simon Chan wrote an interesting piece on the importance of God’s Continue Reading →

When Does Service Become Power? Richard Beck’s Take on Gender in Church Leadership

As a good Evangelical/Protestant, I can honestly say that I appreciate when discussions such as gender roles in Church leadership remain centered on the biblical text. While discussions of ontology, Continue Reading →