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ACFJ is not a Women’s Rights Movement – It is a Victims’ Rights Movement

In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus and of the elect angels I charge you to keep these rules without prejudging, doing nothing from partiality. (1 Tim 5:21) Our ministry here at A Cry for Justice has as its primary goal to expose evil, particularly as that evil hides itself in the church …

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The church’s response to feminism has swung the pendulum too far the other way and it is LEADING TO ABUSE!

I have been a Christian woman for over 20 years…married to an unbeliever that had an abusive domineering earthly father. I thought my husband was a Christian when we married, only to find out later that I did not know him well at all. Fast-forward to a few years ago, my husband accepted Christ. At …

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This Common Interpretation of Ephesians 5 is WRONG!

The following is a comment that one of our readers submitted and we thank her for it very much. (You can read the original comment here.) She accurately describes what she (and most of us) has been taught about the meaning of Paul’s words on marriage in Ephesians 5, and she is rightly realizing that …

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Perhaps feminism is not the enemy — by Michael Jensen

Michael Jensen is a Sydney Anglican minister. If you are a Christian, is feminism the enemy? At a recent marriage seminar I was leading, I asked a group of women (in front of their fiancés) what the hardest thing about being a woman in 21st century Australia was. They had plenty to say, starting at …

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Jericho Road Fundamentalist Church — by Gary W

~~~Trigger Warning~~~ A student of theology, desiring to justify himself, said to his professor, a wise and Godly man in his 90’s, “And who is my neighbor?” The professor replied: “At a time when nobody else appeared to be present, a young woman was walking through a remote corner of Jericho Avenue Park with her …

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Men’s Behavior Change work – a report from the No To Violence conference

Last week I attended an Australasian conference on men’s behavior change. It was held in Melbourne by No To Violence,  the peak body for Men’s Behavior Change work in Victoria, Australia. There were people from all over Australia, a large delegation from New Zealand, and a few from other places (Ireland, Scotland and South America). …

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