Pastors, Power, and Prettiness
When good compliments go bad.
Yet this is what Douglas Wilson, pastor of Christ Church, author, and blogger, did in his recent post “On Why Christian Women Are Prettier.” Wilson's remarks weren't, as in the case of
They Will Know Us By Our Angry Blogs
It’s time for Christians to tone down the controversy and show some love.
Douglas Wilson: I do so love Wilson's biting humor and his word craft. And then there's this exquisite article he wrote some years back in Credenda / Agenda
Are Pregnant Women Who Have Birth Plans 'Selfish?'
Debunking the belief that pregnant women should sit back and be grateful for whatever happens on the big day.
Recently Nancy Wilson, the wife of Moscow, Idaho, pastor Douglas Wilson, suggested that birthing mothers who "fuss" about "doctors, about hospitals, about tubs or lack of tubs, about
Daddy Dearest: How Purity Culture Can Turn Fathers into Idols
Our pledges belong to the Heavenly Father, not our earthly ones.
The father's pledge at Generations of Light (a site run by Lisa Wilson, whose husband, Randy, came up Just ask all the faithful devotees of Bill Gothard and Douglas Phillips, for instance
John Piper and the Rise of Biblical Masculinity
Why many church leaders are tempted to confuse cultural norms with biblical truth.
By now we're used to hearing Mark Driscoll campaign for more masculine church leaders and expressions of Christianity; late last year, Reformed pastor Douglas Wilson invited Driscoll