Today she unloads on T4G and that article. She's speaking of the "controversial" article in the Together for the Gospel statement dealing with women and ministry. Among her memorable and on-target musings:
I remain a little puzzled that this is the issue it is among evangelicals, as it doesn't seem to me that scripture is silent of the matter....
There are passages that explicitly say that women are not to teach or have authority over men. They are not fuzzy passages that require a koine greek concordance to understand the plain meaning of them.
The [explanations] I have read for women to ignore these passages seem to range from dismissing the passages as only for a particular time, to Paul being a hideous woman-hater, to them actually not being part of scripture at all.
Now, in all honesty, I have also seen every one of these arguments used to say that homosexuality isn't a sin either. And it seems obvious to me that none of these arguments should have any weight among people who believe in the complete inspiration and infallibility of scripture.
Because once you begin to say that you don't like a passage because it doesn't apply anymore, or because it's not really scripture, or because it was a part of scripture that was just Paul's humanity sneaking through, then you deal a blow to the authority of scripture itself that I think does great harm to the authority of the gospel contained within it.Amen, and well-said. You go, girl. (That's American for "Spot on!")