|"Oppression that cannot be overcome does not give rise to revolt but to submission" (Simone Weil).|
Phillip Jensen, in true Sydney Anglican style, seeks to justify female submission within the Sydney Anglican diocese, by explaining that women submit of their own free will, and not as a result of male subjugation.
And that's where I come in ... as a Sydney Anglican Complementarian clergy wife... I ensure that young women learn the Sydney Anglican complementarian ways ... that's so the diocese doesn't have to deal with budding feminists, who might protest the inequality that exists between the genders, within the diocese... And where do I learn my craft ...well I learnt it from Phillip Jensen and his Matthias Media resources...but that's not subjugation...I might call it subjugation... if Phillip Jensen was a Muslim!
Listen Bill...I want to learn to submit, so we don't have to compromise, like civilised people ...do ya reckon them fine Sydney Anglican complementarian ladies can get all that rebellious sinfulness out of my system... so you can learn to be a real man...and we can learn to discriminate against feminists and gays?
I reckon so Calam...but I can't help you with your homework...because I haven't got a ratz about what Phillip Jensen is implying when he says..."The Christian worldview analyses this abuse in terms of the profound sinfulness of the human heart and therefore rejects the behaviour of such husbands as expressions of a wicked and evil nature in need of repentance and regeneration."
|Bill ...don't worry if you can't understand Sydney Anglicans...it's cultural|