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Category Archives: Malestrom
Check out these Podcasts!
At the risk of overdoing things, below are links to 3 podcasts I want to recommend. Recently, all three invited me to discuss my work and, in particular, Malestrom: How Jesus Dismantles Patriarchy and Redefines Manhood. All three were interesting, encouraging conversations—people … Continue reading
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
Posted in #ChurchToo, #MeToo, abuse of power, Activism, Books, Brueggemann, Clergy Abuse, Covid-19, Hope, Jesus and John Wayne, Kristin Du Mez, Malestrom, Michael Bird Tagged Jesus and John Wayne 6 Comments
Dismantling Patriarchy and Recovering the Blessed Alliance
Just as Covid won’t go away without effective vaccines . . . . As Christians, we cannot in good conscience adequately address this global crisis of Violence Against Women without exploring causative factors that increase female vulnerability and allow violence against women to occur within our … Continue reading
Posted in #ChurchToo, #MeToo, Activism, Blessed Alliance, Books, Covid-19, Malestrom, Patriarchy, Violence against women Tagged Violence 1 Comment
The Men of Troy
Nothing pleases me more than seeing Ruth’s name in lights—especially when I know it is the ezer-warrior version of Ruth (rather than the Cinderella version) who is getting the attention. Ruth was in the spotlight again last week at Kensington … Continue reading
Posted in Blessed Alliance, Half the Church, Malestrom 7 Comments
Male Power and Privilege—Destructive or Subversive?
The much-anticipated Singapore Summit put male power and privilege on full display. It was a meeting between two men whose ascendance came from the privilege of birth, crushing their rivals (often by bullying and brutal means), and the power of … Continue reading