In the middle to late Nineteenth Century a group of Christians revitalized Wesley’s doctrine of entire sanctification and perfection in love. It was not a theological renaissance that took place in the halls of academia but a revival of experimental theology. They were the holiness movement, and here is a list of ten Holiness Christians everyone should know.
Should women be in leadership positions in the Church? Today Dr. Ben Witherington III offers scriptural support for women in leadership. He explains the "problem passages" and offers a Wesleyan perspective on the topic.
Biblical Basis for Women's Service in the Church by N.T. Wright In this 12-minute video, Wright covers a breadth of issues relating to women in...
Often within a marriage, many churches teach that women should submit to the decisions of their husbands, even if the husband is making very wrong decisions. Women are encouraged that if they will submit and pray, God will honor this and intervene on their behalf.
There is still a glass ceiling for women, especially in God's own work. Joycelyn Lewis shares her struggle to accept the call God placed on her life.
Should the church ordain women? In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Ben Wayman responds to common objections that would limit ordination to men.
This is the second in a four-part conversation about what it means, practically speaking, to live a life of holy submission in marriage. By...
Who are the mothers of our faith who dared to usher in the kingdom of God against all odds? Ruth Tipton continues our "She Preaches Gospel" series with Sojourner Truth's story.
We talk often about the faith of our fathers, but what about the women who went before us? Ruth Tipton shares the incredible story of Fanny Crosby, who was one of the world's most prolific hymn writers as well as a preacher.
Rachel Held Evans is joined by Heidi Weaver of LOVE Boldly and Dr. Ben Witherington to discuss women’s roles, vocation, blogging, and more.