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I find it problematic you would regard patriarchy as morally neutral. The suffering it produced was on such a large scale it can only be concluded it was a feature — not a bug.

I think you make matters more complicated than they really are. My question is not about theology, but about God himself: how is it that a deeply moral God, who stands outside of time and culture, who can and does break in on time and culture by giving his commandments and sending his prophets, can confront people with their individual sins, yet fails to address the underlying societal patterns?  

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