Silver and gold have I none, but if ever you are in Dallas, my federal head and I would love to treat you and yours to a home-cooked meal!
Carolyn Custis James…
I explained already. There was a complete lack of interaction with Rachel Miller’s words. He provided a summary as though it represented Rachel Miller’s position. I asked her – she denied it was the case. The bulk of what he writes focuses upon what he thinks should have been in the book. If he wants to write his own book, great. Calling that post a review is preposterous. Shadow boxing. Posturing. It is effeminate.
For the FINAL time. I’m done participating on this thread. I’m asked to make my case. I point to what I’ve already said. Someone responds with loosely related (or not related topics) that I interact with. I’m then asked to make my case again. I point to what I’ve already said. What’s the definition of insanity? Feel free to not answer as I will not be responding.
Thanks Peter. If you ever read the book I’d be interested in reading your reaction to it.
I believe there may be some further conversation here. If you don’t want to be notified of it, you can change your notification level for this topic from “Watching” to “Muted”. You will find the button at the bottom of the topic, right above our book advertisement.
Everything is about women, both in the church and in the civil realm.
Thanks, Joseph. I decided to “mute” the discussion since I’m bowing out of it.
I just started reading Rachel Miller’s book. When I finish it, I might start a thread sharing my own review.
That passage could have been titled “Why the Bible is wrong about men and women”. Or “Did God really say?”
We’ve gone through the looking glass, folks.
Peter, you keep attacking him. That is my problem. He didn’t attack RMG, but her work. You may not like what he said about it, but he didn’t attack her. You, on the other hand, keep attacking this brother.
I’m only one, but I’d really appreciate it if this woman didn’t get any more bandwidth due to our decisions to grant it to her. The world thinks she matters so leave her boring rebellion against God and His Word for worldlings. They’ll like it and, meanwhile, we have work to do. But again, I’m only one. Sincerely,
I’m praying to have this attitude, but it is discouraging to see so many women promoting this book. It does inspire me to keep telling my kids to do the hard work and read and study the Bible. I tell them there are no short cuts to growing in wisdom. Seek the Lord through His Word.