Note from Tim Bayly: Those clicking into this particular post from some other blog need to be aware that this is only one in a long line of posts on the subject of the particular theological commitments of Carolyn Custis James concerning the nature and meaning of sexuality. The other posts may be found on this blog's main page by searchin in the google search box on the left margin a little down the page. It would be helpful to read them all.
One reader points us to the following bio Mrs. James' provides us on her own blogger information page found here (but since scrubbed from that page).
Carolyn Custis James
Speaker, Author and Consultant
Author of When Life and Beliefs Collide: How Knowing God Makes a Difference
Author of Lost Women of the Bible: Finding Strength and Significance Through Their Stories (forthcoming September 2005).
Consulting editor for Zondervan's Exegetical Commentary Series on the New Testament
Consultant for the Jesus Film for women.
BA in Sociology, Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA
MA in Biblical Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
Carolyn is her husband's favorite theologian. She is not a kitchen wife. She does not keep house, cook, clean or sew, but she reads an awful lot and often talks to women (and sometimes men) from all over the world about women's struggles within the evangelical church. Lately, she has been reading a lot on the plight of women in the Middle East. She helped establish Synergy Conferences for women seminarians and women in vocational ministries, which is sponsored by her ministry organization, Whitby Forum, in alliance with Campus Crusade for Christ International and Reformed Theological Seminary/Orlando.