Rachel Hekman – What About Eve?

What About Eve?

s a young Christian woman involved in a research project on the doctrine of original sin, I noticed something was missing. Well, someone.


For all the intense theological speculation about the first man that the early Christian church engaged in so regularly, there was little mention of his companion, the first woman. Many theologians, such as St. Augustine, simply ignored Eve. In their treatises and letters, she goes unmentioned. After all, Paul affirmed Adam’s sole importance by linking him with Christ in the New Testament—and, more practically, these theologians lived in a time when men held all social and political power.

To the early Christian leaders who were primarily interested in setting out systems of Christological theology for the church, Adam and Christ were the two most important characters in the biblical narrative: the man who took the blame of sin and died and the man who died to take the blame away. Eve, as a woman, was simply not worth mentioning. Continue reading “Rachel Hekman – What About Eve?”


Dictionary for Women

Argument (ar*gyou*ment) n.
A discussion that occurs when you’re right, but he hasn’t realized it yet.

Airhead (er*hed) n.
What a woman intentionally becomes when pulled over by a policeman.

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Chances of A Man Winning An Argument




Aren’t we boring, guys?

Let some of your feminine side out, if you have one, for a change.

Mission – Go to Gap. Buy A Pair of Pants


Woman – A Chemical Analysis

Woman – A Chemical Analysis

Element: Woman

Symbol: Wo

Discoverer: Adam

Atomic Mass: Accepted at 53.6 kb, but known to vary from 40-200kg

Occurrences: Copious quantities in all urban areas.

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