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Feminism in the SBC

A few years ago, after a particularly long week of teaching and preaching, my voice was fatigued much more than usual. Cough drops provided temporary relief, but the pain kept coming back. After three weeks of consuming cough drops like an addict, I began to suspect something more sinister than an overstrained voice and a lingering cold were to blame. I headed to a specialist for some answers, but he found no vocal polyps, no throat cancer, no immediate signs at all explaining why my throat was so inflamed. “Maybe you have silent reflux,” the doctor said, as he handed …

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