“Brothers, I do not think of myself as having reached the finish line. I give no thought to what lies behind but push on to what is ahead. My entire attention is on the finish line as I run toward the prize to which God calls me – life on high in Christ Jesus. All of us who are spiritually mature must have this attitude.”
What is the “finish line” according to St. Paul? How does he exhibit hope in achieving it? Am I spiritually mature by St. Paul’s definition? Read tomorrow’s Grace Line to see how we can come to “full stature in Christ Jesus.”
PART I Page 7
Arguments Against the Privilege of Being a Woman
According to feminists, under societal pressure women have for centuries accepted their “inferiority”, and in many countries they still do. But now, in “developed nations” the kairos is ripe (the time is ripe) for a reassessment of this humiliating situation. Aware of the injustice that they have been subjected to, feminists now claim their right to equal footing with the male sex.