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This page provides links you to sites that represent organizations, authors, or content that promote equality and egalitarianism in the church.

My dream is that as more of these places are found online, this list will help provide a starting place for exploring more voices that share view of biblical equality. 

If you have a suggestion for something to be included on this list, please submit it using the form at the bottom of the page. 

 

 

CBE - Christians for Biblical Equality
CBE affirms and promotes the biblical truth that all believers—without regard to gender, ethnicity or class—must exercise their God-given gifts with equal authority and equal responsibility in church, home and world.

Faith Feminisms
A collection of Voices reflecting on faith and feminism.

Her.menuetics
The evangelical women's site run by Christianity Today. 
*Disclaimer: Opinions expressed here may not line up with the goals of Women and Church.

The Junia Project

The Junia Project is an online community of women and men advocating for the inclusion of women at all levels of leadership in the evangelical Christian church and for mutuality in marriage. We believe that when interpreted correctly, the Bible teaches that both men and women are called to serve at all levels of the Church, and that leadership should be based primarily on gifting and not on gender.

Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics, and Ritual

The Women’s Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual (WATER) is a non-profit educational center committed to theological, ethical, and ritual development by and for women. Founded in 1983, WATER’s mission is to use feminist religious values to create social change. WATER transforms religious structures by strengthening women as religious agents and encouraging them to work for inclusive religious communities and an egalitarian future. 

EVENTS

WhyChristian?
An Event Curated by Nadia Bolz-Weber and Rachel Held Evans - September 30 - Oct 1, 2016, Chicago, IL
Why, in the wake of centuries of corruption, hypocrisy, crusades, televangelists, and puppet ministries do we continue to follow Jesus?
Join us for three days of courageous storytelling to answer just this question.

DATA LINKS

Egalitarian Marriage - http://sarahbessey.com/marriage-resources-christians/
Women's Ordination - http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/09/09/the-divide-over-ordaining-women/

 


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