A Podcast, the PCA, and the Conservative Christian Battle Over Gender

August 21, 2017

“Many Christian conferences address ‘race, racism, [and] racial reconciliation, trying to do justice in those spheres,’ [Ekemini Uwan] said, ‘but yet completely ignore the toxic patriarchy that is so embedded within the church.’”

Read about the backlash some conservative Presbyterian (PCA) women faced when they dared bring up the topic of gender in their podcast.  What happens when everyone agrees that women ought not be pastors, but disagrees about what they ARE allowed to be?

Here’s the post, “A Conservative Christian Battle Over Gender,” published on The Atlantic.

Posted by Lē Weaver.

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