Justin B. Fung

Tag: dorothy sayers

Is Christianity unfair to women?

I wanted to share this last week’s sermon from John Ortberg at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church. MPPC is going through a series called FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), and I know this question is one that I’ve had conversations about so I hope it’s helpful! (You can click here or on the image to watch the video.) It’s also […]

Re women and girls

Three blogs from this week that you should read today, on women and girls: “When girls bully girls and women bully women” – Eugene Cho Did you know that a girl is bullied every 7 minutes in America? Almost 1/3 of girls are directly involved in bullying – and on a regular basis. About 77% […]

Men, Women, and Super Bowl Ads

Yesterday’s Super Bowl was pretty entertaining for a neutral observer–more points would have been nice, but the down-to-the-wire excitement made for a great game. Congratulations to the Giants for overcoming the Patriots again! (Now if only my Seahawks could get back …) Super Bowl ads get a lot of hype–and understandably so. It’s estimated that […]

On Jesus and women

To commemorate International Women’s Day 2010. Dorothy L. Sayers: Perhaps it is no wonder that women were first at the cradle and last at the cross. They had never known a man like this man. There never has been such another. A prophet and teacher who never nagged them, never flattered or coaxed or patronized; […]

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