When your sister in Christ tells you that your words trigger upsetting images of rape and sexual violence, you should listen to her, not dismiss her.
— Rachel Held Evans, discussing a horribly mishandled controversy involving The Gospel Coalition.
Well said, Rachel. I stand with you.
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- ajarrodphipps said: No one dismissed anybody. At the time of this post a dialoge was already happening in the comments section. It’s interersting that her post is an example of the effect culture has had on the way christians interpret complementarian/egal. language.
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