Tag Archives: Domestic Violence

Choosing Vulnerability in the Wake of #MeToo

  The explosive #MeToo phenomenon which took over social media last week highlights our long tolerance and enabling of an intolerable, systematic abuse of power. We must not take for granted the honest witness of millions of women (and some … Continue reading

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Why the “Entitled Athlete” is Not Where I Fix my Feminist Gaze

Marcia Mount Shoop Responds to Rachel Mastin’s Review of Touchdowns for Jesus Read Rachel Mastin’s Review of Mount Shoop’s book here. I am grateful for the time that Rachel Mastin took with my newest book, Touchdowns for Jesus and Other … Continue reading

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Left Wanting More

Touchdowns for Jesus and Domestic Violence in Big-Time Sports Read Marcia Mount Shoop’s response to this review here. If, as Calvin famously said, Scripture is the lens through which we see the world, then we’re each wearing a unique pair of … Continue reading

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Men in the Mirror: A Male Perspective on Domestic Violence

Constructing and Applying Christ-Centered Masculinity to Interpersonal Relationships Download Kevin’s Curriculum “Men in the Mirror: Orienting Our Lives Toward a Christ-Centered Masculinity.” The Presbyterians Against Domestic Violence Network (PADVN) was formed in 2001 as a ministry network of the Presbyterian Health, Education, … Continue reading

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