Women in Ministry

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...
Eowyn Stoddard
Review of Co-Laborers, Co-Heirs A Family Conversation Edited by Brittany Smith and Doug Serven White Blackbird Books, 2019 301 pp. Occasionally, a family calls a council at which members express critiques of family interactions, rules and priorities. In my family, the meeting often revolves around...
Eowyn Stoddard
Review of Co-Laborers, Co-Heirs A Family Conversation Edited by Brittany Smith and Doug Serven White Blackbird Books, 2019 301 pp. Occasionally, a family calls a council at which members express critiques of family interactions, rules and priorities. In my family, the meeting often revolves around...
Eowyn Stoddard
Occasionally, a family calls a council at which members express critiques of family interactions, rules and priorities. In my family, the meeting often revolves around the same few contentious topics. Our family rules are set, but we also desire for each member to know that their insights can make...
William Castro
While a student, I came across an article by Latin American theologian Elsa Tamez titled, "Women Must Not be Silent in the Congregations!"--in which she argued that Paul gave apostolic instruction about how women should exercise the gift of prophecy in the church in 1 Corinthians 11, while...