There is a far cry in today’s evangelicalism about what is called the ‘feminisation’ of the church.
Some of those concerned are trying their macho gimmicks: Mark Driscoll makes a fool of himself, and the gospel, with his distasteful exhibation of masculine sexuality, while others are betting on sports and body building, all of it, as we well know from the Bible, powerful way of building strong men of God. 😦
And, of course, for many of those fundamentalistically inclined, the real cause for this undeniable reality is feminism. Exactly how did feminism produce this effect is not told, bet everybody knows (supposedly) that feminism is bad, so it must be it.
Maybe not, argues Mark Sayers in this blog post.
If you find this interesting, maybe you should read it.