A final reflection on how a housewife theologian ended up recovering from biblical manhood and womanhood.
Review: Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, by Aimee Byrd (part 2)
Who were Phoebe and Junia? Exegesis and ‘Historical Imagination’ provide very different answers.
Review: Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, by Aimee Byrd (part 1)
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.
Review: Why Can’t We Be Friends, by Aimee Byrd
Aimee Byrd says that avoidance is not purity, but does purity ever require avoidance?
Review: No Little Women, by Aimee Byrd (Part 2)
Does ezer mean necessary ally? What is the noblest work on earth for which the church should equip women?
Review: No Little Women, by Aimee Byrd (Part 1)
Aimee Byrd wrote ‘No Little Women’ to equip all women in the household of God. Is what she offers helpful and biblical?