When I linked to reviews of the book A Year of Biblical Womanhood, by Rachel Held Evans, I said it sounded like the author was attempting to take down a “straw woman”. In this review, Kathy Keller uses that same phrase, and explains why.
Here is a review of A Year of Biblical Womanhood, an upcoming book by one Rachel Held Evans, at Desiring God that is worth reading. I have no intention of reading this book any time soon, unless a particular need arises, as the whole premise sounds like a strange attempt to take down a straw (wo)man
There have been lots of interesting posts around the blogosphere of late, that I haven’t had the time to comment at length on, but here are some links. It Matters Whom You Marry. Jean linked this article on facebook. It’s good. Perhaps it is my personality, but I particularly liked the section about how a
So, this could be one of those posts that touches things that are a little sensitive, though perhaps not so much to those who read this blog (not that I know who many of you are, though). But, the thing I wanted to talk to my minister about (and I hadn’t managed a chat in
Why, there are maidens of heroic touch, And yet they seem like things of gossamer You’d pinch the life out of, as out of moths. O, it is not loud tones and nothingness, ‘Tis not the arms akimbo and large strides, That make a woman’s force. The tiniest birds, With softest downy breasts, have passions