Category Archives: abuse of power

Jesus, John Wayne, and the Malestrom

Every once in a while, a book is ahead of its time. In the years following the June 2015 publication of Malestrom: Manhood Swept into the Currents of a Changing World, a torrent of unforeseen events transpired that have dramatically intensified … Continue reading

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Pursuing the Pilgrim Principle

One of the books I’m reading at the moment is Kristin Kobes Du Mez’s A New Gospel for Women: Katherine Bushnell and the Challenge of Christian Feminism. Professor of History and Gender at Calvin College, Dr. Du Mez wrote this … Continue reading

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#MeToo Story 2: Bathsheba

Bathsheba’s #MeToo Story and King David’s Crimes 2 Samuel 11:1—12:14; Psalm 51Written by Yeohan Ko People can see various kinds of sexual abuse in the Bible, but I think that the most horrible case is what happened to Bathsheba. She … Continue reading

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#MeToo Story 1: Hagar

A #MeToo Story Hidden in Plain Sight Genesis 16Written by Josh Macha Hagar’s experience is a #MeToo story hiding in plain sight. Hagar, Sarai’s Egyptian servant, is given to Abram as a solution to Sarai’s infertility. After laying with Abram, … Continue reading

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