I read with just a bit of amusement this piece from Ethics Daily, detailing why a Syracuse New York radio station -- the Mars Hill Network -- won't accept advertisements for a local revival -- because a woman -- Paula White -- will be preaching.
I want to say to the nine-member board that made this decision: Do you not know that a woman pioneered religious broadcasting. Yes Aimee Semple McPherson was among the first evangelists to use radio, and KFSG was among the first, if not the first, religious radio stations. Now I can't give a recommendation for Paula, but guys, get a grip!
Besides, she's better looking than most preachers I know! -- Male ones I mean. I know that sounds sexist, and probably is, but those of you who know me, know that I'm not sexist. But . . . well.