Monthly Archives: May 2017

My Journey to Affirming the Ordination of Women (Part III)

My former (and present) life in complementarianism… Continue reading

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My Journey to Affirming the Ordination of Women (Part II)

I’m not the prototypical convert from complementarianism to egalitarianism. Continue reading

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Salvation in the Johannine Writings

This is a paper I wrote for a Johannine Theology course with the late Herb Hirt in the Fall of 2009, entitled, “John’s theology of salvation (past, present and future).” Continue reading

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My Journey to Affirming the Ordination of Women (Part I)

In a series of posts, I will describe some of my journey to egalitarianism. I will not be making a detailed case for that position from Scripture; many scholars have done that much better than I could. Rather, this is more of a personal reflection on how my thinking on an issue has changed. Continue reading

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Links: 10 May 2017

Hank Hanegraaff’s Switch to Eastern Orthodoxy, Why People Make Such Changes, and Four Ways Evangelicals Might Respond. With apologies to my friends who’ve “swum the Bosphorus,” Ed Stetzer has said it better and more charitably than I ever could. Ghost in … Continue reading

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May Update

(Bi-)Monthly update… Continue reading

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