The book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood, was published yesterday, and it is sure to cause a stir in Christian circles. I have not read the book, and based on the reviews and criticism I’ve seen of it, I do not plan to waste my time on it. Here are two well-written reviews of this book that seems to be a theologically unstable, relativistic, and inaccurate treatment of biblical womanhood:
A Year of Biblical Womanhood: A Review – desiringGod.org
From the review: “At its root this book questions the validity of the Bible. And denying the inerrancy and sufficiency of Scripture is a denial that will ultimately erode the gospel of our Savior.” Continue reading “Biblical Womanhood–Really?”
A short article by Eric Metaxas at Breakpoint caught my attention today. It is entitled “Dictators and Baby Girls,” and it discusses what has been called “a global war on baby girls.” Simply put, this “war” comes in the form of abortions of baby girls in countries where boys are more desirable. Taiwan is referenced in the article as one of the countries where the ratio of girls to boys is seriously skewed. Continue reading “A Global War on Baby Girls”
“But just while there are times when munching on popcorn is okay, no one puts popcorn at the base of their food pyramid. Likewise, while the occasional “popcorn movie” is okay as an occasional diversion, a steady diet of nothing but mindless entertainment is not good for us.” Read more at “A Diet of Popcorn.” Continue reading A Diet of Popcorn
Whoville vs. Sparta. I’ve read the article that Colson is referring to here; the “logic” of these ethicists is shocking, but so is the argument for abortion. Colson summarizes the issue and expresses well the call to action that we must fight for the lives of those who cannot fight for themselves. Continue reading Whoville vs. Sparta
Great snippet on the poetry of T.S. Eliot: The Rabbit Room — Who Then Devised the Torment? Love. Continue reading The Rabbit Room — Who Then Devised the Torment? Love.