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by Frank A. James III in honor of Women’s History Month February and March are important months of remembrance. In February we honor African Americans and in March we honor women who have played important roles in history. I would like to … Continue reading
Read my full article, “Naomi’s Lament and #MeToo,” part of the Lenten Season blog series at www.silenceisnotspiritual.org.
“They tried to bury us. They didn’t know we were seeds.” —Dinos Christianopoulos We are living in a time of breathtaking reversals. When it comes to power and privilege and voice, the laws of social and cultural gravity are being … Continue reading
Those with keen eyes to see into the Bible’s many richnesses are able to discover the depths of our humanity surrounded by the deep wells of God’s grace. One such Bible reader is Carolyn Custis James, and she has turned … Continue reading
“One of the biggest fears in today’s world is that something as harmless looking as a backpack will slip undetected through security checks, past bomb-sniffing dogs, and into a crowded area, where it will explode. That fear became reality—twice—on April … Continue reading
It can hardly have come as a surprise to anyone familiar with the pronouncements of John Piper that when he was asked recently, “Is there a place for female professors at seminary?” his unequivocal answer was “No.” According to Piper, If … Continue reading
“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves; ensure justice for those being crushed. Yes, speak up for the poor and helpless, and see that they get justice.” –Proverbs 31:8-9, NLT