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What Does the Bible Say About Sexual Assault?

By on February 5, 2015 in Culture, Women's Issues with 23 Comments

Never before has the issue of sexual assault against women seemed so ubiquitous. Last week, a Nashville jury convicted two Vanderbilt University students of aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery when they assaulted a student in a dorm room in 2013. Amid widespread campus sexual assault, 80% of which goes unreported, many hope this strong […]

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The Message Behind Hozier’s "Take Me To Church"

By on December 9, 2014 in Culture with 171 Comments

A few weeks ago I had never heard of Irish recording artist Andrew Hozier-Byrne. However, as I was riding in my car scanning through radio stations one day, his song Take Me To Church caught my attention. I stumbled across the song right before the chorus, and Hozier’s haunting and compelling voice sang “Amen” several […]

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Opening the Sieve

By on November 18, 2014 in Culture, Family and Parenting with 2 Comments

I remember the moment very well. I don’t know the time or date, but I was sitting with my two oldest girls watching a show on our favorite network about people buying and selling houses. The next episode came on and the “couple” buying the house was two men. Before I could react with a […]

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What Do You Think of Beyoncé and the "New Feminism?"

By on August 29, 2014 in Culture with 3 Comments

What exactly does it mean to be a “feminist” in Hollywood these days? Beyoncé, a world-known fashion and music icon, gave a 15-minute shout out to feminism at the close of the VMS’s this past Sunday night. Just seconds after doing so, social media was sent into a frenzy. Although Beyoncé was dressed in a […]

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More Than a Bucket of Ice

By on August 25, 2014 in Culture with 0 Comments

The Ice Bucket Challenge* is sweeping across social media. My husband gave me the Ice-Industrial-Garbage-Container Challenge! He used my daughter’s wheelchair crane to dump 55 gallons of ice water on me to show our support and solidarity with those suffering from ALS. The Ice Bucket Challenge goes beyond #Hashtag #Support. It’s a movement of solidarity […]

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Why Ban Bossy is a Good Start

By on March 18, 2014 in Culture, Family and Parenting with 0 Comments

There is a positive element to the “ban bossy” campaign. But does it teach girls to lead like Jesus?

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ObamaCare, Contraception, and the War on Women

By on November 20, 2013 in Culture with 0 Comments

Guest Post from Evan Lenow, contributor at www.TheologicalMatters.com, who have graciously  shared this article with BiblicalWoman.com. What is the war on women? The phrase has been used by various political groups to characterize attitudes related to the perspective on women’s roles in the home and workplace. In recent days, the idea of a war on […]

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Why Should You Care About Katy Perry’s Approach to Religion?

By on November 7, 2013 in Culture with 0 Comments

The cover article of this week’s edition of Entertainment Weekly looks at the life of pop superstar Katy Perry. One comment in the article stood out to me as the singer discussed her relationship with God: “My upbringing was so strict and sheltered and rigid, and now it’s a lot more loose. I believe in […]

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Have You Facebook-Proofed Your Marriage?

By on September 26, 2013 in Culture, Relationships with 0 Comments

Social networking – few things have so defined and shaped our culture. From Facebook to Twitter to Pinterest, it seems like everyone who is anyone has one, if not multiple, ways to stay connected. Whether it is looking at pictures of family celebrations, grandparents keeping up with grandchildren, businesses and ministries promoting themselves or reminiscing […]

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Being Women in a Miley Cyrus World

By on August 29, 2013 in Culture, Sexuality with 0 Comments

Thomas Couture was an 18th century French artist best known for his work, Romans in the Decadence of the Empire.  At the center of the painting, a woman lays outstretched, drawing all eyes to her. Surrounding her are people engaged in all types of lascivious behavior, abandoning themselves to all the vices that supposedly led […]

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