It seems to be a moment of reckoning for complementarianism.
The differences between the broad and narrow corners of the complementarian camp root in different instincts and different pastoral burdens.
How then do we move forward in the complementarian conversation?
Moving forward in the complementarian conversation requires two more things in regard to Scripture.
Complementarianism is a declining conviction in the global evangelical church. The solution is neither a surrender to egalitarianism nor a return to cultural traditionalism.
What would you say if your little boy asked you, “Daddy, what does it mean to be a man?” or if your little girl asked, “Mommy, what does it mean to be a woman?”
I’d like to offer some help on how to talk and think about the application of complementarianism within your own congregation, whether that’s with people you agree with or people you don’t.
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