Complementarianism

The Power of a Word for a Denomination – Christian Article

Never underestimate the power of a word. Words can usher in worlds of unspeakable joy or become the catalyst of immense pain. Whether we know it or not, our life depends on words in order to function. We review instructions for food preparation as we pre-heat the oven, examine a bottle of prescription medication for instructions, review road signs as we navigate the highway, and read a contract before we sign on the dotted line. Words matter in the world…

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The Beauty of Biblically Broad Complementarianism – Christian Article

Topics: Complementarianism, Manhood, Womanhood Kevin DeYoung speaks on the topic of “The Beauty of Biblically Broad Complementarianism” at CBMW’s TGC 2019 lunch event. DeYoung is a Reformed Evangelical theologian and author. He is married with 8 children, and he currently serves as the senior pastor at Christ Covenant Church, in Matthews, North Carolina. DeYoung is the author of several books, including Freedom and Boundaries: A Pastoral Primer on the Role of Women in the Church and What Does the Bible…

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Must women really keep silent in the churches? – CBMW – Christian Article

The interpretation of 1 Corinthians 14:34-35 has proven to be more than a little controversial over the years. The reason for that is due in no small part to the clash that this text brings to modern egalitarian sensibilities. Paul writes, 33b As in all the churches of the saints, 34 the women should keep silent in the churches. For they are not permitted to speak, but should be in submission, as the Law also says. 35 And if they…

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