Resources by Katie McCoy

Katie McCoy is the editor of BiblicalWoman.com and is pursuing a PhD in Systematic Theology at Southwestern Seminary. When she’s not reading for her classes (a rare occasion!), she loves hanging out with friends, eating sushi, learning new words and is currently a political news junkie. You can follow her on Twitter at @Katie_McCoy.

Dec 13, 2016

We Can't Be Pro-Life if We're Not Anti-Poverty by Katie McCoy

If we’re going to speak up for the unborn, we have to speak up for the poor.

Jun 4, 2015

The Church and Her Transgender Neighbors by Katie McCoy

The increasing presence of transgender individuals demonstrates humanity’s underlying desire to understand themselves, to achieve a sense of wholeness.

May 14, 2015

The Bible and Sexual Assault by Katie McCoy

An assault against Eve is an assault against Eden.

May 21, 2015

Set-Apart Sexuality in a “Sex is Power” World by Katie McCoy

The world’s picture of the sexually liberated woman isn’t empowered at all; rather, she’s enslaved by the deception that becoming a commitment-free object of lust was all her idea.

Jul 2, 2015

A Roach, A Spider and A Tangled Web by Katie McCoy

Make no mistake, whatever your posture towards it may be right now, wherever you are in relationship to the web, it is serious stuff.

Sep 16, 2015

Are You Persuading or Polarizing? by Katie McCoy

Sometimes we think that zinger of a Facebook post or that Twitter tirade is championing a cause, when in reality, all we really accomplish is alienating those who disagree.