SOURCE: The New Yorker
The Unmaking of Biblical Womanhood: Prof. Beth Allison Barr's Historical Challenge to Evangelical Gender Roles
“Women think all of this is the Bible because they learn it in their churches,” Barr told me. “But it’s really a post-Second World War construction of domesticity, which was designed to send working women back to the kitchen.”
Religious historian Kristin Kobes Du Mez explains why Trump wasn’t a trade-off for American evangelicals.
by Juan Cole
What evangelicals could learn from "The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyam."
SOURCE: Salt Lake Tribune
In December 2018, Albert Mohler, longtime president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, released a report detailing and denouncing the school’s legacy of supporting slavery and segregation. However, evidence suggests both the denomination's and Mohler's personal reckoning have been incomplete.
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