The After Effects of Complementarian Theology

Welcome back to Christian Feminism Weekly with Ashley and Charlie! Today we talk about the after effects of complementarianism. Here’s a sneak preview:  “…I don’t think that everyone who calls themselves Complementarian is abusive or is in an abusive relationship BUT if you follow the teaching, the mainstream Complementarian teaching, out to its full logical end … More The After Effects of Complementarian Theology

Christian Feminism Weekly With Ashley & Charlie

What Would Jesus Do About Women?  This week Ashley and I are asking the question, “What would Jesus do?” in regards to complementarianism and egalitarianism. Here’s a preview: “When I see complementarian theology purposefully putting women in vulnerable positions when they’re already vulnerable because they’re typically weaker physically and because of our very blatant patriarchal culture where … More Christian Feminism Weekly With Ashley & Charlie

Christian Feminism Weekly With Ashley & Charlie

This week Ashley and I are discussing Egalitarian dating and what that looks like vs complementarian dating! Do you have any dating resources for egalitarians? Let us know in the comment section below! “The Complementarian theology brought a lot of baggage into our relationship because I was taught how a man should act and how … More Christian Feminism Weekly With Ashley & Charlie

I Have A Name (By Bailey Steger)

I believe that the hurt which Bailey experienced, along with many other women, is rooted in male headship. Complementarian theology puts the spotlight on men and lets the women fade into supporting roles. It’s time we put this hurtful and sexist theology behind us, and move towards individuality. Here is her story. – Charlie  I hate being called “Mrs. … More I Have A Name (By Bailey Steger)