Season: 8 Episode: 101
Can you be a Christian and a feminist? Ane talks about the roles of men and women, modesty, and why our battles are fought at home. Ane touches on the misconception by the culture of biblical authority and leadership of men.
“A woman will have the most influence in the domain given to her by God as she serves her family quietly and with humility. This is an attitude at odds with modern feminism.”
“Can a Christian woman be a feminist? If she truly believed the value placed on her by God, defining herself as ‘Woman of God’ would be enough.”
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Anneliese is a young wife and expecting mother who is passionate about Biblical womanhood, homemaking and communicating truth in a way that connects with others. She also hosts the podcast “Everyday Wife” on Spotify. She enjoys being a barista at a local coffee shop, listening to audiobooks and long walks with friends.
Connect with Ane:
I LOVE your IG handle and that’s one of the reasons I started following you. I am so feminine but don’t agree with the feminist ideology. What made you launch this page?
Can you briefly explain why the feminist ideologies are in conflict with a biblical worldview? (I know this may be a deeper and lengthy answer, but we can expand if we need to)
You mentioned in one of your posts that our battles are fought at home, in loving our husbands sacrificially (emphasis on the word sacrificially). What do you mean by that and what does that look like?
You’ve also talked about modesty (which I appreciate because I don’t see a lot of that on SM). I have two questions about that:
What does modesty look like in our current culture?
Finally, here’s the big one for many women. Women seem to get offended when we talk about our husbands being the head of the household. I think the offense comes from being ignorant of what biblical authority actually means. Can you give us some insight into biblical authority and men leading the home, and where our place is within that relationship?