Jesus and Women: Rebelling against Misogyny
The gospels tell of Jesus' extraordinary conduct towards women, which takes on a radical nature when considered in the context of the oppressive environment for women in the Ancient Middle East.CJ Curtis | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2013
The Apostle Paul: Sexist or Pragmatist?
Unfortunately, it would seem, Paul was able to slip a few questionable passages past the Divine Editor and now modern Christians must simply closet these antiquated verses with embarrassment.Colin Eckstein | The Claremont Ekklesia | Winter 2013
Feminism and Christianity
My non-Christian friends were usually on the pro-professional side, championing women’s rights and equal opportunity. And it was my Christian friends who more often than not announced that they planned to stay at home, citing family values and the calling of motherhood.Natalie Hejduk | Princeton Revisions | Spring 2013
Christianity and Feminism: A Look into the Work of Mary Astell
The foundation of Mary Astell's argument was the concept that it was men, not God, nor women themselves, who made women inferior. In a world that was constantly arguing for the natural inferiority of women, this was a radical idea.Steffi Ostrowski | The Dartmouth Apologia | Spring 2013, Volume 7, Issue 2