November 13, 2012

You Don't Know Complementarian Women

Jen Pollock Michel, Christianity Today

Earlier this year, when I listened to John Piper address pastors and argue for Christianity’s “masculine feel,” I was outraged.

Weeks later, when I picked up the book Junia Is Not Alone, in which Scot McKnight reclaims the story of Junia and other lost historical Christian women, I sobbed.

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TAGGED: Bible, Women, Complementarianism

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