What Draws Women to a Religion that Says Men Should Be in Charge?

What Draws Women to a Religion that Says Men Should Be in Charge?

Not every woman is a supporter of the #MeToo movement. To understand the origins of this perspective you have to examine the Big 5; differing worldviews, belief systems, core values and ideologies and narratives at play. This timely piece in the Washington Post takes you inside the mindset of women who rely on biblical worldviews and belief systems to guide their attitudes toward men and gender. Continue your learning at the Washington Post

 “I’m a Southern Baptist lady,” said a pastor’s widow who took the microphone at the denomination’s annual meeting. “I am not a #MeToo.”

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