Tagged: Complementarian

Egalitarianism and Male Spiritual Formation

A lot of people I know and respect have abandoned the Complementarian view for Christian Egalitarianism.. High profile evangelicals have furthered the dialog, like Rachael Held Evans‘ in her book Year of Biblical Womanhood. But as I’ve repeatedly affirmed, abandoning full Complentarianism for Egalitarianism is...

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Women, Men and God – John Stott’s Complementarianism

Over the past few decades, Evangelicalism has shifted from being mainly conservative (both politically and doctrinally) to a much broader spectrum of positions. One of the main shifts that has occurred is the shift from a patriarchal domination of women to a spectrum that stretches...

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Complementarian Interviews

My friend Chris Date, who currently is on the fence between egalitarianism and complementarianism, has a bevy of informative interviews on his Theopologetics podcast. If you are interested, check them out: Episode 120: More Than A Woman – Interview with Dr. Jamin Hübner (May 20, 2015)...

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