[From "The Problematic Feminization of Faith"]
At the core of the Christian faith is absolutism – both as a political and structural construct. God is absolutely the creator and ruler of all things within the universe. The Bible is the absolute written record of God’s Word. One can only get to heaven through an acceptance of Christ as Lord and Savior or suffer an absolute consequence of Hell. Unfortunately, absolutism is under attack from within Christianity and the ones facilitating that attack are women.
Consequently, in an era within which immorality and subjectivity rules, it is no wonder that the Christian faith is now undermined by those who reject absolutism. To be fair, the broader “church” has been undermined for more than a century. Beginning in the mid-19th century, the intersection of faith and societal transformation began to weave Christianity with socialist and societal reforms. This was led by church affiliated labor advocates, abolitionists, temperance groups, and of course, universal suffrage movements. At the heart of these perversions is a singular, misinterpreted passage in Galatians.
Pastors should not shirk from foundational truths: homosexuality is not OK; transgenders are ungodly and deranged; adultery is punishable by God; women are to be led by men; Jews lost their right to be called “chosen” when they broke a covenant by rejecting the Savior; Christ is King – reject that message and you go to Hell.