The moth-eaten SBC and the women who did it
By Elizabeth Prata - Posted at The End Time:
But I am like a moth to Ephraim, and like dry rot to the house of Judah. (Hosea 5:12)
Privately, however, Moore has never cared much for the delicate norms of Christian femininity. ~The AtlanticI published an essay, part 1 of 3, in 2011, eight years ago as of this date. It was about how the secret feminists laid the groundwork for a later open rebellion. That rebellion has now occurred. They are openly touting egalitarian principles. The takeaway-
- These rebellious women live for their work, which is usually a corporation, but called a ministry,
- These women are the main and sustained breadwinners, and the husband supports the wife by adopting the wifely role,
- These women actively reject rebuke and correction from elder men, thus fulfilling the feminist’s more famous line, ‘A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.’
They are feminists.