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15.2 – Fall 2010

May 12, 2013

Table of Contents

[list style=”list-img3″]Editorial, pp. 2-4.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Odds & Ends, pp. 5-8.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Kevin DeYoung, “Why Complemegalitarianism Doesn’t Work,” pp. 9-14.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]John Piper, “The Ultimate Meaning of True Womanhood,” pp. 15-18.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]R. Albert Mohler Jr., “The End of Men,” pp. 19-21.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Heath Lambert, “Breaking the Marital Impasse: How Authority and Submission Work When Spouses Disagree,” pp. 22-27.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Philip B. Payne and Andreas J. Köstenberger, “Discussion of 1 Timothy 2:12,” pp. 28-32.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Joshua Harris, “A Word to Wives: 1 Peter 3:1-6,” pp 33-36.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Stephen J. Wellum, “Irenic and Unpersuasive: A Review of Millard J. Erickson, Who’s Tampering with the Trinity?” pp. 37-47.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Nathan Finn, “Complementarian Caricature: A Review of Kathryn Joyce, Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement,” pp. 48-49.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Courtney Reissig, “Becoming a Woman of Dominion: A Review of Mark Chanski, Womanly Dominion: More Than a Gentle and Quiet Spirit,” pp. 50-51.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Jason G. Duesing, “Nothing New Here: A Review of Global Voices on Biblical Equality, edited by Aída Besançon Spencer, William David Spencer, and Mimi Haddad,” pp. 52-55.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Micah Daniel Carter, “Tell Me Their Story of Jesus: A Review of Margaret Elizabeth Köstenberger, Jesus and the Feminists,” pp. 56-58.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Jason Meyer, “A Helpful Thesis but a Problematic Assumption: A Review of John L. Thompson, Reading the Bible with the Dead,” pp. 59-61.[/list]


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