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After spending decades in the dark, the issues of sexism and sexual abuse in the Protestant Church have finally come front and center. In the wake of the #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements, offensive behaviors towards women that were once ignored are now being publicly called out.
For instance, when Courtland Sykes, a candidate for the Republican nomination in Missouri’s U.S. Senate race, recently called feminists “she-devils” with “nasty, snake-filled heads” and said…
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- “Should Churches Handle Sexual Abuse Allegations Internally?” (in Christianity Today)
- “How Would You Respond to Sexual Harassment? Probably Not How You Think” (in The Washington Post)
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