ORLANDO, Fla. (ABP) -- A group of women and men calling themselves the Freedom for Christian Women Coalition has demanded an apology for religious teaching they say is harmful to women. Shirley Taylor, founder of Baptist Women for Equality, presented the Demand for an Apology from the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood at a July 24 meeting in Orlando, FL....
The Demand was Fed Ex'd to the CBMW today. Fed Ex Tracking numbers:
Tracking number 790720735778 to J Ligon Duncan III
Tracking number 792202508448 to Randy Stinson
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Monday, July 26, 2010
Apology Demand Fed Ex'd to J Ligon Duncan III and to Randy Stinson
- July 26, 2010
Labels: Apology Demand
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