Egalitarian living

It’s hard trying to come up with an image for ‘equality’ as there are so many different kinds of inequalities and different combinations of intersectionality. But one of the oldest, and perhaps most universal, is that of people eating together. Perhaps then it’s no surprise that holy communion – the sharing of bread and wine – is one of the central sacraments of Christianity and a sign through which the church shows its shared heritage.

(By the way, I know there’s not much here right now but I’ve just restructured my blog and will be writing more in this space.)

Modesty culture

Sunlight posts:

Modesty 101: modesty is not about clothes, rather glory and context (May 2017)

Equality and church culture

Sunlight posts:

Why egalitarianism can’t reclaim Vashti and Esther — and doesn’t need to anyway (Aug 2019)

Picture of chess board with King and pawns on the board and the text: Why egalitarianism can't reclaim Vashti and Esther - and doesn't need to anyway

Firelight posts:

When we don’t explain the Trinity, the gospel gets ugly (especially for wives) (Jul 2018)

Book The Meaning of Marriage Tim and Kathy Keller

Gary Thomas’ claim that Christians should have more children is unbiblical (May 2017)

Pair of ducklings

Books of 2017: Titles of interest to egalitarian Christians (Jan 2018)

The perspective on purity page also has related content, including:

Priestesses in the church? Why CS Lewis’ argument was right, but his conclusion wrong (Mar 2018)