Book Review: Redeeming the Feminine Soul

Anthony reviews Julie Roys’ Redeeming the Feminine Soul: God’s Surprising Vision for Womanhood.

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Why would a guy read a book about “redeeming the feminine soul”? There’s a lot going on in the world and in the church about gender issues and roles And within the church especially, Complementarianism vs. Egalitarianism vs. Patriarchy, LGBTQ, and Intersectionality are all hot-button issues. I figured Roys’ take would be an interesting read.

With that, here’s my review of Julie Roys’ Redeeming the Feminine Soul: God’s Surprising Vision for Womanhood.

Not knowing much about Roys, I had read some of her work on the Internet. She struck me as a formidable Christian journalist, and still does. My wife is an avid reader and I thought she’d enjoy something different, so I bought it for her.

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Review: Tom Ascol and Founders Minstries’ “By What Standard”

Sunday night my wife and I watched the just-released documentary from Tom Ascol and Founders Ministries, By What Standard? God’s World…God’s Rules. In particular, By What Standard? focuses on the sudden appearance and quickly-dominating ideologies of Critical Theory and Intersectionality within the Southern Baptist Convention. Before you and I write off the threats because we’re not in the SBC, we have to realize that the SBC is the largest denomination in America, so what comes into it is also coming into, or trying to come into, every other denomination, including whatever yours and mine are.

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