Aimee Byrd

Inside the word. Outside the box.

Here is an exerpt from my article in the Ordained Servant’s latest issue, the OPC Journal for church officers: The OPC values robust theological teaching. This is evident in the confession (Westminster) to which our denomination subscribes and the investment we put into our preachers. However, one area where this may not be as noticeable …

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“As a form of withheld truth, propaganda can be 90 percent true. It’s the deceptive 10 percent that gets you” (14). I picked up Sue Ellen Browder’s fascinating tell-all book, Subverted: How I helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement, to keep me company on my plane ride last weekend and found myself enthralled …

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My cohorts and I had a rousing conversation on today’s podcast about women teaching Sunday school. As we were sharing our opinions, I realized we were kind of arguing in circles because we did not share the same view of the function of Sunday school. So, I thought I would expand on that a little …

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My last article lamented the lack of published evangelical Christian female academics, as well as the gulf that we have between academia and ordinary layperson. I incorporate the work of different female academics in my own work, and often highlight them on the blog. Here are some I have featured before: Karen JobesChristine Pohl, here …

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