Christian vs. Non-Christian Women

Why should there be no difference between Christian women and non-Christian women?

Readership: Christian men; Church leaders;
Note: This post was originally published on Lexet Iustitia in February of 2019.
Length: 500 words
Reading Time: 2 minutes

I saw this comment under Sigma Frame’s post, Why do Christian women have the reputation of being whores? (2019 February 23).

“There are no functional differences between Christian women and secular women.  Christian women are (or at least can be) as depraved, sexually damaged, and morally compromised, as a non-Christian woman can be.  She might be a Christian, but she’s still a woman, and All Women Are Like That, including Christian women.” ~ The Deti’s Second Law of Relationships

Coincidentally, I was thinking about a similar issue while in church today.

Both groups of women have their sinful nature.  However, a Christian woman should be aware of that, and should be constantly fighting against her sinful nature.  But as I looked around, I could clearly see that Christian women are not into this habit.

There is a level of depravity, however, that not only reveals a lack of sanctification, but also a rebellious life.  Take for instance, a “christian” woman who shows up to church, week after week, month after month, year after year, wearing inappropriate clothing. That requires a callous heart, a lack of introspection and examination, a lack of discipleship, and a complete disregard for what the scriptures say.

Should Christians be distinguishable from the rest of the world?  A clear and quick glance at scripture reveals that the answer is an obvious YES.

And I heard another voice from heaven saying, “Come out of her, my people, lest you take part in her sins, lest you share in her plagues.  For her sins are heaped high as heaven, and God has remembered her iniquities.” ~ Revelation 18:4-5 (ESV)

So why, in the United States, or in the West in general, is it impossible to distinguish a Christian woman from a non-Christian woman?  [The exception would be the Amish, Mennonites, or girls who wear long denim dresses and head coverings].

Why is it that the vast majority of women in the hyper-majority of protestant churches cannot be differentiated from the outside world (when the outside world is literal harlotry 24/7)?

We have allowed culture to infiltrate the church, and not only control our lifestyles, but even control our theological doctrines.  When there is no functional difference between a Christian woman and a woman openly practicing the values of Sodom and Gomorrah, there is a massive problem.

Our churches in the West should be embarrassed that there is no practical difference between Christian women, and non-believers.


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