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It can be tempting to shy away from addressing the issue of gender roles in church because it’s often controversial. But this can result in churches either being increasingly influenced by secular culture or simply sticking with the status quo when it comes to what men and women do in church.
Building on the belief that complementarianism is both biblical and positive, this book focuses on what these convictions look like in practice. Moving beyond the familiar discussions around gender roles, and leaving room for variety in how readers implement these ideas, it will encourage a church culture where men and women truly partner together—embracing their privileges and responsibilities, and maximising their gifts, in joyful service of God’s kingdom.
With discussion questions at the end of each chapter, this book provides a great opportunity for church leadership teams to think intentionally about complementarianism and discuss how it manifests itself in their church context.
This book fills a gap for those who are convicted complementarians – it provides challenges for those who hold strong views about what it means in practice to be a complementarian (whichever end of the spectrum you land). It is particularly helpful towards the second half of the book providing questions to consider and useful lists that will help a church examine their own practice and conduct. It doesn’t provide definitive answers but gives a framework for thoughtful and sensitive ways to consider how to relate well as men and women and maximise the discipleship and service of everyone. It is a valuable addition for those seeking to work out how to conduct themselves as godly men and women in church.
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