This week has been full of fantastic blog posts. Better writers than me are saying things that I have been thinking for months or years, and it's delightful to read their clear, succinct essays on these subjects. I'm not Emerson, so I don't have a problem with hearing my thoughts in another's words. Happy reading! … Continue reading Today I love the internet
Rachel Held Evans wrote this excellent post on Mary Magdalene, and her relationship to Easter and to the Apostles. You should go read it. Easter is rich with new things to learn and observe. I was glad to realize this weekend that there is always more depth to the Story than I understand right now.
I've been stewing on this for a while. As an English major, I've studied some Feminist theory and think it's a fascinating mental exercise (I also think it's lazy academics, most of the time, but that's another issue). As the daughter of conservative Christians attempting to revive/reinvent orthodoxy ("reinvent" in the sense that they didn't … Continue reading “Biblical Gender Roles” are a Social Construct?