Complementarian Reflections

I found this discussion from a strongly complementarian perspective quite enlightening. And in this case, you have to read the comments to get the full benefit. The basic point is that once you say you are complementarian, you still have to think about issues like women writing commentaries, teaching biblical languages, and a host of other little issues. Simplest would be to say no to everything (and a few try that), but that doesn’t seem workable for many. This kind of disagreement doesn’t disprove the few (egalitarians have their own disagreements), but it does suggest the simple “I’m just doing what the Bible says” explanation needs a little expansion.

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