A Year of Biblical Womanhood

Bird’s Eye View of Rachel Evans’ Book

As I’ve said in other blogs, I appreciate the wonderful changes taking place in the world thanks to the advent of the Internet.  One of those changes is the way in which a single-author book, like Rachel Evan’s book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood, becomes a multi-author ongoing conversation.  This…

Martha Stewart Theology

Most of my spare time for the past two months has been spent in preparation for and promotion of a Kickstarter campaign for Alzheimer Chronicles: The Invisible Poets.  At this point, it will take some serious Divine intervention for the project to successfully fund.  In fact, by the time I…

Obedience: My Husband, My Master

When I read Rachel’s to-do list, I knew it would be an interesting chapter. To Do This Month: Call Dan Master (1 Peter 3:1-6) Interview a Polygamist (Genesis 30; Exodus 21:10) Hold a ceremony in honor of the victims of misogyny (Judges 11:37-40) This is the fourth blog post in…

My Breasts Are Like Towers

Rachel Evans certainly knows how to write attention-getting chapter bylines!  My breasts are like towers, she says.  Wait.  What?  That comes out of the Song of Songs, which is probably the most misapplied book in scripture. This is another blog post in a series reviewing Rachel Evans’ book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood.…

Jesus and Moses Play Darts

This is another blog post in a series reviewing Rachel Evans’ book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood. (Here are the other blogs, if you want to have a look: Three-Thousand-Year-Old Inferiority Complex, Girl Gone Mild, Martha Stewart Theology, Obedience: My Husband, My Master, Bird’s Eye View of Rachel Evans’ Book, Eshet Chayil, My Breasts Are Like Towers, and I’m Too…