"And then there are the anti-Newfrontiers rants that sporadically appear, none of which I would call 'notable'. Hostility towards the movement usually stems from issues about gender, and while I won't dismiss any genuine concerns, nor claim that Newfrontiers is without flaw, it is a great movement to be in." from Quite a bit: Newfrontiers hat tip The Simple Pastor » I link therefore I am (14.06.2011)
It is always reassuring when a young man is able to confirm for us all that issues of gender are not genuine concerns (he says "I won't dismiss any genuine concerns" and then goes on to dismiss gender issues, hence he does not consider them genuine).
Of course the "anti-Newfrontiers" rants are not notable: the effective ones are mostly written by women and so you automatically ignore them as women should not have a voice on this issue (or any other). After all what could anyone who is unsuited to leadership in the Church or equality in the home have to say that was notable?
I am confident that this wonderful affirming post has set to rest any and all problems that I or anyone else might have with the issues of Male Headship in New Frontiers. The depth of Biblical study and Theological argument are overwhelming.
- Empathy 0/10
- Use of Scripture 0/10
- Theology 0/10
- Engagement 0/10
- Male bravado 10/10
Dave's score in taking the bait: 0/10