Despite how much our biography and cultural setting define us, we always need to test our conclusions against Scripture. Regrettably, only one of these authors does so sufficiently.
Tag Archives: Complementarianism
Brothers, may the Lord deliver us from ever tolerating a pugnacious coward who would dare damage one of his beautiful image-bearers.
God's Word, rather than bending to context, challenges every culture.
Gerald Hiestand recently wrote a review of How I Changed My Mind About Women in Leadership (Zondervan) for The Gospel Coalition. He makes the point that the book serves “a useful purpose for complementarians who desire to better understand the existential angst that drove their egalitarian brethren beyond the complementarian fold.” His takeaway is four [...]