There is a common misnomer for a woman to embrace true Biblical womanhood, she must also embrace her role as accomplished homemaker. I disagree. Biblical womanhood is not exclusive to the home, and a woman’s realm of influence outside this arena leads me to believe Jesus meant for us to also actively engage our changing culture!
Here at The Feminine Intellect, we will discuss:
- How to develop a Biblical worldview and apply it to everyday life.
- Why a Christian should be involved in politics.
- How your marriage can and should be the example in a world of high divorce rates.
- How to analyze current events in light of Biblical principles.
Thinking critically and Biblically about these issues are one way we can effectively influence this generation and the next. It also helps us to be culturally relevant without compromising our beliefs.
You do not have to be a theology major, apologetic expert, or a big name like Al Mohler to understand the danger behind secular philosophies and ideas! All you need is to share my passion for women to start thinking outside the box, and showing others that yes, we have a mind too.
I hope this site will become a resource for you as we interact with each other and try to fill in the blanks. Comments and opinions are welcome and wanted. This small home in the blogosphere is a place for you to share and interact, so you will be better equipped to defend your faith in a world so desperately lost.
Will you join me?
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What Others Are Saying About The Feminine Intellect:
”I just found your blog today via BlogFrog. I have to say I LOVE IT!!! I totally agree that although God has created us (women) with a need to love and nuture, He has also given us a desire to grow in knowledge of both Him and the world where He has placed us.” ~ Torrie, from Blessed Beyond Measure
I love it when women are excited about scripture. Sometimes I worry that discussions of theology (or politics and philosophy, for that matter) get carried off with the men to the smoking room after dinner, while the women are busy with immanent things like cleaning up, packing lunches and getting the kids ready for bed. So, when I hear women really digging into the bible or talking about the social ramifications of a point of theology, I get excited. ~ Sarah from Welcome to Love