In the end, I decided the only way to end the inertia was to take myself down to a beachside café, grab some lunch (baked camembert, caramelised onions and sourdough, in case you were wondering), and just start writing. And so here I sit (and eat) having decided to just say “Hi…
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Or, why jokes about Stockholm Syndrome just really aren't funny
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You’ve probably heard it a million times, too, right? “God said it isn’t good for man to be alone. Therefore, singleness is not good.” Each time I read…
More on Doug Wilson, Michael Foster and a "church full of old spinsters"
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On "The Gift of Singleness?"
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I’m afraid I disagree with Tim Challies. I don’t believe that JR Miller’s words offer wise counsel for a young married couple. I don’t think they…
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The experiences, opportunities and ministry of many of my complementarian female friends stand contrary to the assertion that complementarianism is…
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This is a follow-up to my previous post regarding the “affirming singleness” motion I moved at last week’s Anglican Church of Australia’s (ACA) General…
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