The Pew! May, 2023 edition

Welcome to the May 2023 edition of The Pew, where we address current events – inside and outside the church – from a biblical perspective. In this episode:

  • Can women teach the Bible to other women?
  • SatanCon
  • The 2023 annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention
  • Notorious abortionist, Leroy Carhart, has died
  • Depression in older women
  • National Day of Prayer
  • The Christian Nationalism Debate


Titus 2: Teach what is good?

Women’s Ministry part 1

Women’s Ministry part 2

Should Women Teach Theology to Other Women? Part 1   Part 2– Dale Partridge

SBC Annual Meeting Informational Website

SBC Annual Meeting Introductory Video

The Mailbag: Where can I get info on #SBC23?

Talk Back: Rick Warren

Rick Warren– Berean Research

Stats on antidepressant use in older women


Now Are You Ready to Homeschool?

Late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart dead at 81– Live Action

Inhuman: Undercover in America’s Late-Term Abortion Industry – Carhart– Live Action

Abortion Abolition

Christian Nationalism– G3 Podcast

Christian Nationalism: A Baptist Heritage of Public & Political Theology– The Sword and the Trowel

What’s Up with the National Day of Prayer?– Holly Pivec

The National (Take A Verse Out Of Context) Day of Prayer– Berean Research

Ronnie Floyd to preside over National Day of Prayer– Berean Research


Thank you, bless you and Walk Worthy!

A Word Fitly Spoken
A Word Fitly Spoken
The Pew! May, 2023 edition

3 Responses to The Pew! May, 2023 edition

  1. Debbie Wills May 18, 2023 at 1:23 pm #

    I really like The Pew! Very informative!

    • A Word Fitly Spoken May 18, 2023 at 3:08 pm #

      Thanks, Debbie! :0)

  2. Lindsay colon May 19, 2023 at 7:57 am #

    I have been leading ladies through the book of James, something about it has not been sitting right, I think what Dale has said is why!

    There has always been a part of me that does not enjoy or learn from women teachers, I’ve tried, but there is always something that is uncomfortable in it. I do greatly enjoy Elisabeth Elliot, but it seems that she does teach women based more on that verse in Timothy.

    I actually agree with Dale Partridge and I have never heard his view until right now. With the next ladies study I plan to use Wayne Grudems Systematic Theology book to teach and I will just facilitate which seems to fit perfectly right into what Dale was saying. I won’t be teaching, but leading discussion based on what was taught in the book.

    Love what you ladies are doing!!! Thank you thank you!! I always have such a difficult time understanding how people cannot lovingly and respectfully disagreeing between Christians.
    God Bless Sisters!

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