Man and Woman: An Old Story
- Complementarians need to recover a fully biblical view of women--and of handling theological disagreement. Koessler, John // Christianity Today;Jun2008, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p40
The author stresses the need for complementarians to provide equal opportunity to women to serve God and church. He contends that God created man and woman to collectively bear his image. He questions the limitation of women's role to wives and mothers. He argues that complementarians use the...
- La institucionalizaciÃ³n religiosa del gÃ©nero en Ticul,YucatÃ¡n. Un estudio comparativo de tres grupos religiosos. Velázquez Solís, Alberto C. // Desacatos;mai-ago2013, Issue 42, p161
This paper analyzes the process in which the female-religious identities gain configuration through discourses, spaces, roles, practices, norms and status that religion sets on about the female self. Religion establish ideal kinds to be man and woman, these ways represent exclusions and...
- Unsung heroes behind the scenes. ELLIS, ELIZABETH // Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder;6/18/2015, Vol. 81 Issue 47, p14
The article informs that history has so many great men in different fields who did not become a household name just because of their origin.
- Catholic Ethics, Women and the Real World. Cahill, Lisa Sowle // America;11/27/99, Vol. 181 Issue 17, p7
Discusses the Catholic teachings about women. Connections between Catholic ethics and women; Moral concerns of women; Generational and cultural differences on sexual morals and gender roles.
- WHY MINISTERS MUST BE MEN. SAILER, ALISON // Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p52
The article reviews the book "Why Ministers Must Be Men," by Douglas Wilson.
- Christian Women in IPV Relationships: An Exploratory Study of Religious Factors. Mei-Chuan Wang; Horne, Sharon G.; Levitt, Heidi M.; Klesges, Lisa M. // Journal of Psychology & Christianity;Fall2009, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p224
The study examined Christian women's religious beliefs and practices in relationship to their intimate partner violence (IPV) relationships. The religious variables included religious affiliation status, religious attendance, religious teachings about gender roles in marriage, and religious...
- Double Honor: Elite Hutterite Women in the Sixteenth Century. DARLAGE, ADAM // Church History;Dec2010, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p753
The article discusses the social position of women in 16th-century Hutterite communities. The Hutterites as a particular brand of Anabaptists within the Radical Reformation in central Europe are discussed, including their philosophy of trying to return to the primitive form of Christianity that...
- Is it Just a Racket? Ashley, William // Outlook: Columbus;Feb2010, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p32
The article presents the author's views regarding social change in many religious institutions. The author is critical of the sign placed in the King Avenue United Methodist Church whether they now invoke equality or to gain wealth and money from LGBT citizens. It cites that great changes will...
- Returning to the `mother's house': A feminist look at Orpah. // Christian Century;4/17/91, Vol. 108 Issue 13, p428
Considers the biblical story of Ruth and Naomi from the viewpoint of Orpah, whose role in the narrative remains largely untold. The inner discourse of the mother; Orpah as the woman caught between cultures; Urges reconsideration of the role of women in white mainline churches; More. B.J....