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?”
A complementarian vision of relationships will help men and women flourish in exile. Manhood and womanhood cannot be pursued and understood, however, without confronting the challenges that exist.
This is a book that all Christians will find helpful in addressing a problem with which we will all likely at some point have to wrestle, either socially, politically, pastorally, or personally.
It’s not about difference from each other, but difference for each other. The differences between men and women are precisely features that make them fitting for each other.
Book Review: Openness Unhindered: Further Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert on Sexual Identity and Union with ChristReview by Mike Christ | 9Marks Journal: Complementarianism: A Moment of Reckoning | 12.10.2019
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Intentional discipleship changed my life. That’s why I’ve strived to make these kinds of relationships contagious among the women in every church I’ve been a member of.
Dear sisters in the Lord, one of the greatest ways you can live out complementarianism to the glory of God is by growing in both competence and confidence.
So if you’re bogged down and unable to see the importance of your ministry, get up to the crest of the hill and survey your husband’s work. The fruit he bears is the fruit of your ministry too.