The treasures from “the friends of Old Princeton” contained in this short collection of lectures display afresh the timeless truths related to—and desperately needed in—the Christian ministry.
A final reflection on how a housewife theologian ended up recovering from biblical manhood and womanhood.
Who were Phoebe and Junia? Exegesis and ‘Historical Imagination’ provide very different answers.
What is so important about the yellow wallpaper? This part 1 of 2 reviews will discuss the meaning, along with two serious issues in this book.
Aimee Byrd says that avoidance is not purity, but does purity ever require avoidance?
Does ezer mean necessary ally? What is the noblest work on earth for which the church should equip women?