A Time to Listen

The venerable fourth century pastor John Chrysostom faced a predicament. A group of widows had become some of the most prominent leaders in the church at Antioch, and their influence was increasing. Though he described them as "cherished," they had also grown increasingly vocal which apparently had created some conflict. In a surprising show of … Continue reading A Time to Listen

Radical Complementarianism: The View of Women Underlying Current Controversy

For those who have, or have not, been following the firestorm surrounding comments regarding domestic violence that were made by Paige Patterson, president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (SWBTS), I would like to address a distinct aspect of this controversy that could easily be overlooked. First of all, it is right to both oppose and … Continue reading Radical Complementarianism: The View of Women Underlying Current Controversy

Our Homes — A Training Ground for Righteousness

The church is not the best place for learning to follow Jesus. Not to threaten my own job security, but it is true. According to Scripture, the place that best suits having the Word of God impressed on our hearts is the home. Have you ever considered looking at your home as a training ground … Continue reading Our Homes — A Training Ground for Righteousness