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Evangelical leaders on SGM: Circle the wagons

On the sickening refusal of reformed evangelical leaders to hold C.J. Mahaney and Sovereign Grace at all accountable, even as more and more victims come forward with their stories.

by × June 15, 2013 × Comments are Disabled
Jared Wilson and the politics of forgiveness

Jared Wilson and the politics of forgiveness

To be honest, responses like this are part of why I can’t trust liberal evangelicalism or Christian egalitarianism as a culture. There’s still a lot of reluctance even from evangelicals who oppose abusive and exclusionary theology to clearly and fully name it for what it is.

by × August 27, 2012 × 11 comments
Todd Akin, Jared Wilson, and apologies that aren’t

Todd Akin, Jared Wilson, and apologies that aren’t

Trigger warning: sexual violence, rape apologism, victim blaming, cissexism, anti-choice rhetoric. Content note: Not all people with uteruses are women and not all women have uteruses. Not all rape survivors are women, or adults. I use language that reflects this where I’m not paraphrasing/unpacking the views of people who choose to believe the […]

by × August 24, 2012 × 6 comments
Conquer, colonize, enslave: On redefining words and rewriting history

Conquer, colonize, enslave: On redefining words and rewriting history

Trigger warning: rape/incest, child sexual abuse, racism, slavery, western colonization/imperialism. Well, Jared Wilson has “apologized” (not really) for posting the Doug Wilson excerpt on his blog, and both the original post and the defensive followup to it have been taken down. Some people will take this as enough progress to […]

by × July 22, 2012 × 5 comments
Doug Wilson, The Gospel Coalition, and Sanctified Rape Culture

Doug Wilson, The Gospel Coalition, and Sanctified Rape Culture

Major trigger warning: extreme rape and rape culture apologism, victim blaming, slavery and Confederacy apologism. Note: this is a long post. If you only have time to read part of it, I’d recommend starting here. The following is a quote by Douglas (Doug) Wilson, a complementarian pastor, from his book […]

by × July 18, 2012 × 42 comments