- Dec 21, 2013
why and why not?
sign....I believe that the term "feminist" has very different meanings in different cultures and countries. You should first define what do you mean by that
I think below verse addresses the question directlywhy and why not?
Within reason. I am 100% against Islam's treatment of woman. I feel scripture does a good job of highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of both sexes. God clearly made two different creations. Taking a monkey out the tree and making them walk like a dog causes devolution.how many of you considers yourself a feminist? why and why not?
I could not agree with you more.The way modernists have used the word feminist, I am most definitely not that. Sadly, feminist culture has displayed crassness, horrible aggression, and hypocrisy.
I agree, domestic violence is not acceptable in any sense of the word..
I consider myself a feminist because I want to be a part of solving domestic violence instead of being a bystander to it. Most of the work, though, I do as a "feminist" actually involves talking to groups of teenage boys about what it means to be a man, and building respectful relationships without using violence or other means of control and manipulation.
Wonderful statement.I think below verse addresses the question directly
Galatians 3:28 - There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus
Once I head Ravi Zacharias state this - responsibility is not same as equality. Most of the modern feminist movements mix these 2. They are not. They are different! In my house, me and my wife have different responsibilities. God will hold us accountable for those. That does not mean something is greater than other.
Indeed; some supporters of feminism can display horrendous acts of aggression and alienation.I could not agree with you more.
I am 100% for women's equality.
but the problem with "many" modern feminist these days, many of them seem to "claim" they want equality, but in reality, when you look closely at their arguments, it really came across like " I want what I want, screw it when it come to whether it is fair to the opposite gender"
and many of them wonder why not more men are "answering the calls" to support the so called feminist movement?
Ideally, feminism supports the idea that neither gender in a respectful relationship is entitled to any form of manipulation, especially violence.but on the opposite of the spectrum, I think some women do take advantage of the 'men should not hit women" idea and use it to bully men.
Sadly, feminist culture has displayed crassness, horrible aggression, and hypocrisy.
Sometimes, I suspect the word "feminism" can get in the way of productive discussion about gender.Indeed; some supporters of feminism can display horrendous acts of aggression and alienation.