As a general rule, feminists think that Paul was a misogynist. Evangelical feminists tend to either deny Paul’s misogyny while still being embarassed and confused by him or try to spin him into a proto-egalitarian limited by a sinfully patriarchal culture. All of these views, I believe, are terribly mistaken. But not everyone is so … Continue reading "Women as the Glory of Glories"
“Vapor of vapors!” Solomon once said. “All is vapor.” On a day as festive as Easter, we aren’t usually quite up to taking this to heart. Solomon tells us that life is short, fleeting, enigmatic, impossible to grasp, eluding our control. We find this frightening, so instead we like to focus on the brilliant, the … Continue reading "Easter and the Last Vapor"