Gender Rhetoric: Understanding Gender Norms in Christian Co-Cultures Part I

Understanding Christian Gender Discourse Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting a series based on a rhetorical research study I just completed. To understand how gender norms are formed in Christian society we have to examine the writings of popular Christian writers who influence these norms. In regards to religious rhetoric, it is important to understand how the manipulation of religious language is used to enforce strict gender roles and a male hierarchy. People tend to gravitate towards Christian writers who already align with their Christian worldview. However when some of those prominent voices, such as John and Staci … Continue reading Gender Rhetoric: Understanding Gender Norms in Christian Co-Cultures Part I