Biblical Gender Roles for Women. In 2017? Really?

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I must admit that when one of my subscribers sent me the link to the website Biblical Gender Roles, I thought it might just be one person writing about how gender roles had been defined in the Bible… in the Iron Age… when patriarchy was alive and kicking. But no, it is not only a […]

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A Millennial Female Engineer Shares her Views

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Because of the post I wrote last week about Third Wave Feminism and the infamous “Google memo” that resulted in a male engineer being fired, I decided to interview a friend of mine about her experience in the engineering field. She is 26. Her name is Colleen. What is your current occupation? My current title […]

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Third Wave Feminism

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In 2015, I published a post entitled “Who Highjacked the Word Feminist?” In it I discussed how, rather naively, I had chosen the title Faithless Feminist for my blog, not understanding the changes that had occurred to the word feminist since the sixties and seventies. In that post, I gave a very brief history of […]

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Prince Caspian Chapters 12-15

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This post is a continuation of Reading with Little Bit: The Chronicles of Narnia by Alexis Record.   “Hey Mom, Aslan should have had the fighters come party instead of fighting.” “Parts of the party seem scary though.” “Yeah, Aslan is having fun hurting people… again.” We left off with the wild party around Aslan. […]

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10 Common Ways Christian Fanaticism is Obstructing American Progress

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This is a guest post by Shanna Babilonia. While many Christian Americans are thoughtful and productive people simply going about their daily lives like the rest of us, there exist within our country a fanatical segment of Christian followers whose ideology is tarnishing our country and obstructing our progression. Here are 10 common ways Christian […]

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Prince Caspian – Chapters 10-11

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This post is a continuation of Reading with Little Bit: The Chronicles of Narnia by Alexis Record.   “Aslan is a horrible jerk.” “Agreed.” “What’s a worse word than jerk, Mom?” “I’ll tell you when you’re older.” Lucy’s experience with Aslan is every Christian’s dream. She’s described as having a changed face with eyes that […]

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Women’s Equality in Early Sects of Christianity

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Much of my writing speaks to the subordination and denigration of women by organized religion. This blog explores early individuals and groups of Christians that viewed women as the equal of men. While some mention of independent women and their important roles remain in the Bible that was canonized, church doctrine eventually excluded women from […]

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Prince Caspian – Chapters 7-9

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This post written by Alexis Record is a continuation of the series – Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia. “Mommy? Why did you laugh when they said they were going to wind Susan’s horn?” “Ummmmmmm…” Caspian’s army is discovered by Miraz’s army and they are engaged in battle. Caspian […]

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Asase Yaa

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Over the last several weeks, I have listened to a number of podcasts about atheism, feminism, and men’s rights. In addition, I watched the news regarding the G20 Summit and the G19 support for the Paris Climate Accords. I decided to write this post about an African goddess called Asase Yaa who was also referred […]

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Prince Caspian – Chapter 6

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Reading with Little Bit: A Critical Look at The Chronicles of Narnia By Alexis Record Prince Caspian Chapter 6 “Why do all the animals have to fight in a war for some human?” “I’m sure some didn’t.” “But when they don’t they’re called the bad ones.” Male Humans First “Narnia was never right except when […]

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