Pastors who refuse to rebuke women are pastors who hate women. Feminism is one of the chief causes of fatherlessness. If we truly want to protect children, we must esteem fatherhood. If we want to esteem fatherhood, we must destroy feminism. And if we are to successfully destroy feminism, pastors must stop hating women by treating them as sinless victims. …
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Pastors Who Won’t Rebuke Women Are Pastors Who Hate Women | with Eric Conn
Pastors who refuse to rebuke women are pastors who hate women. Feminism is one of the chief causes of fatherlessness. If we truly want to protect children, we must esteem fatherhood. If we want to esteem fatherhood, we must destroy feminism. And if we are to successfully destroy feminism, pastors must stop hating women by treating them as sinless victims. In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon welcomes back Eric Conn, host of The Hard Man Podcast and co-host of The King’s Hall Podcast.
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