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Men, Sin and the ‘#YesAllWomen’ Campaign

May 28, 2014

The #YesAllWomen hashtag has been tweeted over 1.8 million times, mostly by women sharing testimonies of abuse, discrimination and harassment.

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Facing the Porn Plague

April 6, 2014

“I have seen the evil of pornography spread like a plague throughout our culture. What was once the shameful and occasional vice of the few has become the mainstream entertainment for the many.”

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More Than Skin Deep: Thoughts on the Evangelical Modesty Debate

August 1, 2013

Modesty is a frequently debated issue for American Evangelicals, and this summer is no different. Is it possible to talk about modest dress without falling into legalism?


Gender Roles: The Search for a Third Way

May 7, 2013

Kristin Rudolph (@Kristin_Rudolph) In light of recent discussions on a Christian perspective of gender roles in the Church and home, I would like to ask those involved to please remember the debate between egalitarians…


Confronting the Real “War on Women”

April 14, 2013

Kristin Rudolph (@Kristin_Rudolph) Casual sex, cohabitation, and the collapse of marriage are three of the worst “falsehoods … [that] constitute a very real war on women,” said Dr. Janice Crouse at an April 12th…


Women’s Dignity is About Human Dignity

March 13, 2013

Kristin Rudolph (@kristin_rudolph) “We need to open our eyes to the almost nauseating variety of ways that women and girls are exploited and commodified, used and abused, neglected and ignored,” said Paige Comstock Cunningham,…


Sidestepping Abortion at The Justice Conference

February 27, 2013

by Kristin Rudolph (@kristin_rudolph) It is impossible to honestly discuss the oppression of women and disproportionate ratio of men to women in the world without mentioning sex-selective abortion rampant in countries like China and India….


The Emotional Evangelical Blogosphere

February 7, 2013

Last fall Church Relevance caused a bit of a stir when they posted a heavily male dominated list of the “Top 200 Church Blogs.” When it comes to prominent Christian writers, the gender balance…


I’ve Had Enough “Equality” for Now …

January 30, 2013

Last week Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta lifted the ban on women serving in military combat. Talk about what this means has ranged from saying it actually will not change much, as women already…


Dr. Albert Mohler: Women Serving in Direct Combat Is a Moral Issue

January 29, 2013

By Aaron Gaglia Last Thursday, Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta lifted the ban of women serving in direct combat roles. This ban will open up the opportunity for women to serve in higher risk…


“Benevolent Sexism” at an Evangelical University

November 15, 2012

A group of professors at Biola University recently released a report called “Women Faculty at an Evangelical University: The Paradox of Religiously Driven Gender Inequalities and High Job Satisfaction.” The report shows that women faculty…


Rachel Held Evans on “The View”

November 2, 2012

So much has been written in recent days about Rachel Held Evans and her new book A Year of Biblical Womanhood: How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on Her Roof, Covering Her Head,…