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The Supreme Court noted in its opinion, among other concerns, that Whatcott’s use of the Bible to target homosexuals was a problem.“[Whatcott’s] expression portrays the targeted group as a menace that could threaten the safety and well-being of others, makes reference to respected sources (in this case the Bible) to lend credibility to the negative generalizations, and uses vilifying and derogatory representations to create a tone of hatred,” the panel ruled on Wednesday. Although she never uses the phrase, “spiritual intimacy,” almost every page of her book breathes this palpable, authentic, and intimate journey of an evangelical woman’s response to the call of God in her life to full time pastoring. And she knows how to embolden women to break stereotypes, overcome opposition, and to invite women to step into their God-given giftedness as leaders for Christ’s mission.“The code itself outlaws material that ‘exposes or tends to expose to hatred’ any person or group, on the usual list of prohibited grounds.
“The Bible is clear that homosexuality is an abomination,” one flyer that was found to be in violation stated, citing 1 Corinthians 6:9.
And, yes, her current particular love for her church, Paz Naz.
She nurtures a desire for us to want to see Christ through all these loves.
I say “spiritual intimacy” is appropriate because she gives us an inside peek of her heart as she faces self-doubts, stereotypes embedded in ministry, discouraging comments expressed to her in private conversations.
We discover the many times she's been told to, "not lead like a man."We get a peek into her first few months of being a senior pastor at Paz Naz where she faced some difficult conversations about gender issues.