Gender Roles

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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Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals parts ways with long time contributor, Aimee Byrd

"Some online commentators have ... asserted that an Alliance contributor — perhaps Carl Trueman, Todd Pruitt, or any other contributor or editor — is personally responsible for this change. No Alliance contributor or editor ever has such authority. There is no longer an Alliance Council speaking for the Alliance, nor are these difficult calls the result of pressure from any outside group. Decisions of this importance are made solely by the Alliance Board of Directors." - 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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Congressional Committee: Your daughters should be required to register for the draft

"The committee, named the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service, was established by Congress at the tail-end of President Obama’s second term.... 'the time is right to extend Selective Service System registration to include men and women, between the ages of 18 and 26.' The report goes on to explain that this step is not only “fair,” but “necessary.” Necessary according to what?" - CBMW

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A Simple Question for Complementarians

"...some churches might be in greater danger of sliding down the slippery slope to domestic tyranny and abuse. Others might be in greater danger of sliding down the slippery slope to feminism and egalitarianism. Part of the pastoral task is to learn the dangers of one’s congregation. Which slope is most slippery for you?" - TGC

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Does the Bible Allow for Women Deacons? Yes, Says Tom Schreiner (with a Response from Alex Strauch)

"We asked two scholars—Tom Schreiner and Alex Strauch—the question, “Does the Bible allow for women deacons?” Below, you’ll find Tom’s answer, as well as Alex’s response." (Also Alex’s answer and Tom’s response.) - 9 Marks

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