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Cross from Colors

At Passover we celebrate how God used Moses to deliver Israel from slavery how his staff kept them from drowning in the Red Sea We forget how when Pharaoh ordered a gendercide the midwives delivered this Hebrew baby how his mother’s reeds kept him from drowning in the Nile Who knew underwater basket-weaving was worthwhile? […]

Tie-Breaker

“Wives, submit to your husbands,” says Ephesians 5:22. Just be careful not to commit idolatry while you’re submitting. The complementarians I know insist that husbands and wives should listen to each other and make big decisions together. The purpose, they say, of Paul’s instruction to wives is to prevent paralysis in decision-making. If the husband […]

Rebekah: The Guardian and Protector of Israel

I’ve grown up in the church all my life and have always heard Rebekah talked about in a negative light. Teachers and leaders have called her manipulative, deceptive, and lacking in submission to God and to her husband. Tradition has not been kind to Rebekah and I believe she is one of the most misrepresented […]

If Men Give Love to Get Sex

This article appears in the Spring 2014 issue of Mutuality. If you like what you read, consider subscribing or purchasing a CBE membership. Micah J. Murray writes about church and culture at Redemption Pictures, A Deeper Story, and the Huffington Post. Follow him on Twitter @micahjmurray. I’ve always wanted to get it right the first time. I don’t like […]

Reframing Biblical Masculinity

This article is the editorial from the Spring 2014 issue of Mutuality. If you like what you read, consider subscribing or purchasing a CBE membership. Tim Krueger is the editor of Mutuality. You can find him on Twitter @kruegertw. Several months ago, my wife and I attended an event where a panel of experts spoke […]

Love: Not Just for Your Valentine

My friends and I are rebelling this February 14th by watching the movie Brave, where a red-headed archer princess asserts that girls can rule without marrying. Of course, we are celebrating Anna Howard Shaw Day. Born February 14th 1847, this Methodist minister joined Susan B. Anthony and others to lead the women’s suffragist movement in […]

Top 13 Egalitarian Resources of 2013 (Part 2)

Yesterday, we looked at #13 – #6 on our top thirteen list of egalitarian resources in 2013. Today we look at the top five: Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters: A Historical and Biographical Guide, Marion Ann Taylor and Agnes Choi, eds. Marion Taylor presents a one-volume reference tool that introduces readers to a wide array […]