women and theology

Kassia – A Bold and Sensitive Byzantine Poet Around the year 830, in Constantinople, that Byzantine Empress Euphroshyne organized a bride-show to find a wife for her newly-crowned sixteen-year old son Theophilos. This was a common match-making system of her times. Kassia – possibly 20 at that time...
Christine de Pizan – Theologian and Mother Christine de Pizan was the first professional woman writer in France, if not Europe. She is normally seen as an early feminist rather than as a theologian and a mother. But many of her writings are based on her study of Scriptures and the church fathers,...
Lydia Mackenzie Falconer Miller – An Inquisitive Woman Some time ago, I wrote an article about Hugh Miller, a Scottish geologist and author who was greatly esteemed by both scientists and common readers during the perplexing times of the Scottish religious Disruption and of Darwin’s new scientific...
Jeanette Li and Her Faith in God’s Promises Jeanette’s birth, in 1899, was a disappointment to her family. As most Chinese parents at that time, You Zhong and his wife Taai So wanted a son to carry on the family name. Since they already had a daughter, a relative suggested the new baby should be...
There's a blossoming author in our midst today and she's taking the Spin by storm! While riding the coattails of our most senior host's paper repoitroure, she inspires our "other" host to dream big. (He's making great progress with his coloring books, by the way). Yes,...
I have been following the concerns raised over at the Mortification of Spin with respect to imbalances in the practice and teaching of biblical complementarianism (I think particularly of some of Aimee Byrd's posts - here and here ). I have long been an admirer of CBMW (Council of Biblical Manhood...
I was asked to respond to a question addressed in today's Mortification of Spin podcast some time ago. Maybe it is a bit ironic to answer this question in a blog post: What's the Difference Between Women Preaching and Women Blogging? ... a housewife theologian, anyway.
I was asked to respond to a question addressed in today's Mortification of Spin podcast some time ago. Maybe it is a bit ironic to answer this question in a blog post: What's the Difference Between Women Preaching and Women Blogging? ... a housewife theologian, anyway.
I was asked to respond to a question addressed in today's Mortification of Spin podcast some time ago. Maybe it is a bit ironic to answer this question in a blog post: What's the Difference Between Women Preaching and Women Blogging? ... a housewife theologian, anyway.