Aimee Byrd wrote ‘No Little Women’ to equip all women in the household of God. Is what she offers helpful and biblical?
I believe that this book and her own comments demonstrate Theological Fitness is a turning point for Mrs. Byrd’s published writing. The tone and target of her works change from this point out.
What follows is my summary of Aimee Byrd’s writings taken chronologically. I will do my best to present her arguments fairly and concisely and then add my commendations and critiques as needed.
For the commandment is a lamp, and the law a light ~ Proverbs 6:23 ~ The Law of God has fallen on hard times. Perhaps more accurately, it has fallen on hard hearts. Misunderstanding about the Law does not help this situation. A brief survey of this topic’s literature unearths a confusing problem. Within […]
The relatively small pond called the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) faced some ripples of controversy at its last General Assembly (GA). Here is one of them: on the second to last day, a minister brought a motion that urged the OPC to hire an organization called G.R.A.C.E. at a cost of $50,000 to assess the […]
Ministers of the gospel have many responsibilities as part of their calling. Among other things, we must stand, watch, preach, shepherd, and when the time comes, warn. Our responsibility is not that the hearer listens, but that we speak. Therefore, if we see calamity coming and do not blow the trumpet, blood is on our […]