Meeting this weekend in Florida, a group of women (and men) calling themselves, "The Freedom for Christian Women Coalition" issued a demand for an apology from The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. This demand was issued during their, "Seneca Falls 2: Evangelical Women's Rights Convention".
The web page for the conference is a hodge-podge of visually and factually conflicting dreck. They claim that "the top ten" protestant denominations have 179,183,430 adherents and that half of these are women, which means 90 million women are being "subjugated within their homes and churches". I'd like to know which ten denominations they are including in that top ten list of theirs because it looks to me like the gals are running the show at the mainline denoms - one only has to look at the clown-priestess in chief at TEC to know no man who values his, ahem, manhood would dare come up against her.
At least they are honest and let you know that one of the organizers isn't a Christian. Trouble is, if they were really being honest, they'd say none of them are. You can't declare war on the Church and on those who hold to our Lord's practice and teach what has always been taught in the Church and still claim to be one of them. It doesn't work that way.
As far as I'm concerned, the only thing CBMW has to apologize for is treating these harridans as misguided colleagues rather than the heretics they are.