#90 – Junia is Not Alone by Scot McKnight (My 100 Favorite Books)

Junia was a coworker with the Apostle Paul, she is mentioned in Romans 16:7.  For centuries though, this name was translated as "Junias", or as a male, because the assumption was simply that women could not be leaders in the church.  And since the church did not have female leaders, they made sure to modify…

A Year of Biblical Womanhood (Review)

It is always fun to review what appears to be a controversial book.  Though I am not sure why exactly A Year of Biblical Womanhood by Rachel Held Evans is so controversial.  In the "evangelical Christian" world there are a diversity of views on gender roles.  Some, called complementarians,  see women as called to submit to…