Complementarianism

What is your position on complementarianism and egalitarianism?

"A female professor of Christian ministry just sent me a survey to fill out. I don’t consider myself an expert in this area, but I certainly have tried to be responsible—this is one of those places where the battle over truth is fiercest in my generation. Here were my answers." - Mark Ward

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Why I Am a Complementarian

"I write this short piece on complementarianism with this new generation in mind. It is not my aim to give a comprehensive account of every biblical nook and cranny; you can find that elsewhere. What I want to do here is to give a concise, re-presentation of why I am a complementarian, and why I believe you should be, too." - CBMW

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Complementarians in favor of women as preachers?

"While CBMW’s Danvers Statement has been and continues to be a touch-point for what defines complementarianism, it is becoming increasingly clear that there are major differences among those who call themselves complementarians on this very question." - CBMW

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“There seems to be something of a spectrum among complementarians in terms of the application of what we see in the Scriptures.”

"Perhaps instead of insisting on the use of a particular word [complemenetarian], if we are really interested in knowing what someone believes about the role of husbands, women elders, or plumb colored pants, we should simply ask." - Ref21

 

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Does Anyone Need to Recover from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood? A Review of Aimee Byrd’s “Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood”

"Here’s my attempt to paraphrase [Byrd's] basic argument: So-called 'biblical manhood and womanhood'—especially as John Piper and Wayne Grudem teach it—uses traditional patriarchal structures to oppress women. Byrd argues that “biblical manhood and womanhood” is not all biblical. A lot of it is unbiblical.

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