Why Christianity, the Bible, and Feminism have a hard time mixing.

"The exposure to new bodies of knowledge also heightened King's doubts about the religious teachings he had learned at Ebenezer. His sophomore year witnessed what King later called 'a state of skepticism' on his part toward religion. This problem persisted, he said, 'until I studied a course in Bible in which I came to see that behind the legends and myths of the Book were many profound truths which one could not escape.' At Morehouse, 'the shackles of fundamentalism were removed' from his mind."
What took King a semester to accomplish took me years. But now I see this passage in Peter as an expression of an ancient male-dominated culture that has no hold on us today. Or should not.
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