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13.2 – Fall 2008

May 12, 2013

Table of Contents

[list style=”list-img3″]Editorial, pp. 2-4. [list style=”list-img3″][/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Odds & Ends, pp. 5-10.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Letters, pp. 11.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Carolyn McCulley, “Raunch Culture Rip-Off,” pp. 12-19.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Randy L. Stinson and Christopher W. Cowan, “How Shall We Speak of God? Seven Reasons Why We Cannot Call God “Mother,” pp. 20-23.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Susan Hunt, “Defenders of Women,” pp. 24-30.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]David Kotter, “Answering Lottie Moon’s Cry: A Call for Dialogue On the Role of Women in Missions,” pp. 31-35.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Margaret Köstenberger, “What’s at Stake: “It’s Hermeneutics!” pp. 36-42.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Bruce A. Ware, “Equal in Essence, Distinct in Roles: Eternal Functional Authority and Submission among the Essentially Equal Divine Persons of the Godhead,” pp. 43-58.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Everett Berry, “Complementarianism and Eschatology: Engaging Gordon Fee’s ‘New Creation’ Egalitarianism,” pp. 59-68.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Daniel L. Akin, “The Power of a Consecrated Life Lived Out in The Ministry of Miss Lottie Moon (Romans 12:1),” pp. 69-78.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Jennifer J. Naselli, “Is This Good News for Women? A Review of Carolyn Custis James, The Gospel of Ruth,” pp. 79-81.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Christopher W. Cowan, What Are Little Boys Made of? A Review of Leonard Sax, Boys Adrift, pp. 82-85.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Robert E. Sagers, “Sliding the Slippery Slope: A Review of Wayne Grudem, Evangelical Feminism,” pp. 86-87.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]James K. Dew Jr. “Getting to the Heart of Manhood and Womanhood: A Review of John Ensor, Doing Things Right in Matters of the Heart,” pp. 88-89.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Lorie Looney Keene, “How to Discern a Lie: A Review of Nancy Leigh DeMoss and Dannah Gresh, Lies Young Woman Believe and the Truth That Sets Them Free,” pp. 90-91.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Barak Tjader and Christopher W. Cowan, “Annotated Bibliography for Gender-Related Books in 2007,” pp. 92-98.[/list]

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