In part three of my critique of Jen Wilkin speaking on what pastors need to know about women, I will be focusing on Wilkin’s claim that women should be dignified with pay that reflects their service and workload. Is there anything inherently wrong with wanting women to be rewarded well for our hard work, expertise,Continue reading “Jen Wilkin on What Pastors Need to Know about Women: Comments and Caution (Part 3)”
In this second part of my critique of Jen Wilkin’s talk given at the Acts29 Regional Conference, I will focus on the feminist agenda behind much of Wilkin’s words. Wilkin starts off by listing: “What do we need from women as a church?” We need women’s unique perspective. We need women’s relational capital. We needContinue reading “Jen Wilkin on What Pastors Need to Know about Women: Comments and Caution (Part 2)”
J.D. Greear’s sermon “How the Fall Affects Us All” raises a number of important questions that need public and direct answers.