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Readers often ask us who else is writing on women in the church, or where they can find more information on the egalitarian position. So today I’m sharing some of my favorite online resources. Disclaimer: I don’t agree with EVERYTHING on these sites, and you probably won’t either, so this is not a blanket endorsement. Use what is helpful!

Readers often ask us who else is writing on women in the church, or where they can find more information on the egalitarian position. So today I’m sharing some of my favorite online resources. Disclaimer: I don’t agree with EVERYTHING on these sites, and you probably won’t either, so this is not a blanket endorsement. Use what is helpful!

Today we’re pleased to present a list of 49 blogs that regularly advocate for the egalitarian viewpoint along a list of other notable sites to explore.

Today we’re pleased to present a list of 49 blogs that regularly advocate for the egalitarian viewpoint along a list of other notable sites to explore.

"A Challenge for Proponents of Female Subordination to Prove Their Case from the Bible" By Gilbert Bilezikian

"A Challenge for Proponents of Female Subordination to Prove Their Case from the Bible" By Gilbert Bilezikian

Love doesn’t afford much dignity. All of life flames with God, yes, and God is blazing out in the indignities of a life.  -  Sarah Bessey

Love doesn’t afford much dignity. All of life flames with God, yes, and God is blazing out in the indignities of a life. - Sarah Bessey

“The church has not been kind to women.” That is perhaps the most profound understatement I have ever made about any subject in my life.

“The church has not been kind to women.” That is perhaps the most profound understatement I have ever made about any subject in my life.

article about considering diversity when making decisions, etc: "transracial adoption isn't a big deal. until it is."

article about considering diversity when making decisions, etc: "transracial adoption isn't a big deal. until it is."

Carolyn Custis James, though-provoking author and speaker, will be the keynote speaker for the "We all ask 'Why?'" event in Chattanooga on June 28, 2012.

Carolyn Custis James, though-provoking author and speaker, will be the keynote speaker for the "We all ask 'Why?'" event in Chattanooga on June 28, 2012.

I have a 6-year-old daughter who is compliant to the extreme. She never argues. She rarely disobeys. If an older sibling asks for a toy she is playing with; she gives it to them, no questions asked. If they put up a stink about something, she tries to appease them and make peace. She'll give them anything they want just to make sure they are happy. And this isn't spiritual or healthy. Come find out why.

I have a 6-year-old daughter who is compliant to the extreme. She never argues. She rarely disobeys. If an older sibling asks for a toy she is playing with; she gives it to them, no questions asked. If they put up a stink about something, she tries to appease them and make peace. She'll give them anything they want just to make sure they are happy. And this isn't spiritual or healthy. Come find out why.

"I find more affirmation outside the doors of my church than inside of it. Within, I am less than; not taken seriously and restricted because of my gender." ~ Gail Wallace | Junia Project

"I find more affirmation outside the doors of my church than inside of it. Within, I am less than; not taken seriously and restricted because of my gender." ~ Gail Wallace | Junia Project

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