Sunday, April 17, 2011

Woman in the Hands of God

In researching my article for the May edition of a city newspaper, I came across a thought-provoking article by C.L. Dyck.

She writes:
Confusing messages and jargon abound. Titus 2 womanhood. Complementarianism. Egalitarianism. Patriocentricity. Proverbs womanhood. And as sure as the day is long, wherever there’s jargon, there are those who will develop a trite or downright misguided sales product to interpret it. While it’s the American way, I question whether this is constructive to the journey of a woman as any kind of first approach. Is it really effective to reroute the search for feminine identity into consumerism? Particularly of the religious sort?
To read the full article, click here.

1 comment:

  1. Oh my! I'm honoured to be quoted here. Thank you, Joyce, and nice to meet a fellow Canadian writer! :-)