Biblical Womanhood: The Proverbs 31 Wife

Today I’m going with a blog post I wrote three years ago, because it’s relevant to the topics of biblical inerrancy, the descriptive vs. prescriptive nature of the bible, and the way in which the bible is used to limit … Continue reading

The Biblical Definition of Marriage, Part 1: Introduction

Comments made by Dan Cathy, President of Chick-Fil-A, recently brought the debate over gay marriage back to the forefront.  Again.  As usual, most people split into one of two camps: those in support of legalizing same-sex marriage, and those in … Continue reading

Christian Families, Motherhood, and Womanhood Series, Part Two: Biblical Womanhood and the Proverbs 31 Wife

Any serious conversation about Christian motherhood and womanhood must begin with Proverbs 31:10-31.  Bibles that use section headings call this “Ode to a Capable Wife,” “The Wife of Noble Character,” “In Praise of a Good Wife,” “The Virtuous Wife,” “Description … Continue reading

Christian Families, Motherhood, and Womanhood Series, Part One: Government, Contraception, and the First Amendment

I’ve been spending a lot of time lately reflecting on what it means to be a Christian wife and mother in 21st century America.  Partly this is because I am a Christian wife and mother in 21st century America, and … Continue reading