Ezer Rising serves as a platform for writers and members of our community to share their personal stories and understanding of theology as it relates to egalitarianism and gender equality. We write on various issues including equality in marriage, the abuse of women, women in leadership positions in the Church, pop culture’s view, and treatment of women, and more. We write on issues of racism, gender, and other marginalized identities in an effort to create content that elevates voices and creates meaningful dialogue that helps people grow and learn and change for the better. The views expressed by these writers in their posts and individual blogs, along with those commenting, are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the Ezer Rising team as a whole.
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Loving Our Enemies Means Seeking Their Transformation and Holding Them Accountable
Loving our enemies means expecting transformation and accountability, not just sound bites about grace and forgiveness.
This is Us
Sex scandals and abuse in the church are because of teaching biblical gender roles from the majority of pulpits and marriage books that create enormous power differentials and prime the ground for abuse.
Some ancient church heresies have popped up in modern times. My guess is they’ve probably surfaced repeatedly throughout history. I’ve realized, seeing them in action in my adulthood, that their point is never abstract theology in itself. Rather the theology is invented to justify very practical desires that conflict with the Christianity taught by Jesus…