Saturday, August 11, 2007

He Said, She Cooked

Because of uppity, mouthy gals like this one to the right, the Baptists felt a need for a little discipline, and a few corraling fences.

Baptist seminary launching homemaking program

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary offers coursework in Greek and Hebrew, in archaeology, in the philosophy of religion and – starting this fall – in how to cook and sew.

Southwestern Baptist, one of the nation's largest Southern Baptist seminaries, is introducing a new academic program in homemaking as part of an effort to establish what its president calls biblical family and gender roles.

It will offer a bachelor of arts in humanities degree with a 23-hour concentration in homemaking. The program is only open to women.

via Josie

1 Comments:

Blogger John J. said...

The Hell? Is she web-slinging that fire?

6:15 PM  

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