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JBMW 21.1 | A Review of Michelle Lee-Barnewall, “Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian: A Kingdom Corrective to the Evangelical Gender Debate”
AN IRENIC APPROACH During the War of 1812, Andrew Jackson served as a major in the Tennessee militia. At a key moment in the battle, the morale of his troops appeared to be at an all-time low. Tensions ran high, and the soldiers under Jackson’s command were arguing, talking bad about each other, and fighting...Read
JBMW 21.2 | A Review of Ruth A. Tucker. Black and White Bible, Black and Blue Wife: My Story of Finding Hope after Domestic Abuse.
“Can we come together as a Christian community and recognize that the doctrine of male headship has sometimes been used as a cover to perpetrate violence against women?” —Ruth Tucker [WARNING: the following review contains references to physical and sexual abuse that may be unsettling.] The problem of violence against women is one that I...Read
A Review of Ruth A. Tucker. Black and White Bible, Black and Blue Wife: My Story of Finding Hope after Domestic Abuse. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2016. 208 pp. $16.99 Mary Kassian | Distinguished Professor of Women’s Studies The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville, Kentucky Author, Speaker Edmonton, Alberta, Canada “Can we come together as...Read
A Review of Andreas Köstenberger and Thomas R. Schreiner, eds. Women in the Church: An Interpretation and Application of 1 Timothy 2:9-15 Third Edition Wheaton: Crossway, 2016. 432pp. $18.99. *************** On the writing of books on gender there is no end. Book after book passes through bookstores, into personal libraries, and back into used bookstores...Read