What draws women to a religion that says men should be in charge?
NEW ORLEANS - Growing up in rural Mississippi, Gracie Robinson decided early on that she would never get married.
In her Baptist church, she heard the preaching: The Bible orders women to be submissive to their husbands. Robinson didn't want to be submissive.
This summer, 26 and unmarried and enrolled in a seminary 300 miles from the dusty backwater she describes growing up in, she's holding court, ranting over garlic fries and gumbo that she'll never let a man control her.