By TylerR Aug 01 2017 MarriageThe FallCripplegate: Simply put, there is no connotation of domination in the word “desire” and it is definitely not implied in the text. 1761 reads There are 5 Comments I know this guy G. N. Barkman - Tue, 08/01/2017 - 2:08pm I just realized who Jordan Standridge is. I've known his grandfather, Bill Standridge, since 1969. He has been an effective missionary that our church has supported in Rome, Italy, for years. I've known his four children, and Jordan is one of his grandsons. It's a small world. Oh, yes. I like the article and his interpretation. I don't have time to try to check it out for myself, but I hope he's right! G. N. Barkman Woman's Desire Fred Moritz - Tue, 08/01/2017 - 8:27pm For the opposite view see: Susan T. Foh, "What is the Woman's Desire?" The Westminster Theological Journal 37 (1974/75) 376-83 Copyright © 1974/75 by Westminster Theological Seminary. [Admin note: Added link to article. Worth a read] Foh Aaron Blumer - Tue, 08/01/2017 - 9:46pm I'm with Foh on this one. Ditto Jim - Wed, 08/02/2017 - 6:51am Aaron Blumer wrote: I'm with Foh on this one. Ditto Twitter Jim's Doctrinal Statement Excellent Article Ed Vasicek - Thu, 08/03/2017 - 11:21am I have always believed that this is the natural and obvious interpretation, the other is strained. Well written. "The Midrash Detective"