According to his profile, it says "Berachah" under the Church he's from. Never heard of it, but a google search seems to show it's another one of those denominations that call themselves "non-denominational."
To me, there is no clear meaning as to what a feminist "is". Feminism is right on some things, and wrong in others. If it leads to female priesthood and episcopalship, or trying to be politically correct on the Trinity (Source, Image, and Spirit), then there's something wrong with it. Feminism on other hand has lead to great lengths putting woman in leadership roles and letting them vote, which I commend.
To him, he never clarified, but he certainly does not like the "political correctness" of feminism, and he believes simply the Bible is full of wisdom and clear, without worrying about political correctness, when it says that women should submit to their husbands.
But other than that, he or I cannot find a clear definition what exactly a feminist is. (btw, I'm male
As for the rest of the debate, well, the more I got aggressive and, what I seem to think persuasive, the more I find him wanting to "give it up already." Some of the outlandish claims he makes "the Church was never prophecied in the OT," "Christ was also hidden in OT prophecy," "The Church never gives birth, only the Holy Spirit," etc.
I'm about to just end this debate myself, unless there are some new leads.