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18.2 – Fall 2013

January 2, 2014
By CBMW
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[list style=”list-img3″]Editorial, pp. 2-3.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Steve McCoy, “The Wedding Vows 20 Years Later, pp. 4-8.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Rob Lister, “Husbands, Love Your Wives by Being the “Bad Guy,” pp. 9-11.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Louis Markos, “Why Homeschooled Girls are Feminism’s Worst Nightmare,” pp. 12-15.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Heath Lambert, “Should a Woman Marry a Man Who Has a Problem with Pornography,” pp. 16-17.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Andrew Wilson, “Five Forms of Egalitarianism: With a Critique of David Instone-Brewer’s View of the Household Codes,” pp. 18-22.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]David Schrock, “One Beautiful, Scandalous Night: How God Brings Redemption Through A Foolish Plan, A Faithful Woman, and A Righteous Man (Ruth 3:1-18),” pp. 23-29.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Benjamin L. Merkle, “A Review of Benjamin Reaoch, Women, Slaves, and the Gender Debate: A Complementarian Response to the Redemptive-Movement Hermeneutic,” pp. 30-31.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Ray Van Neste, “A Review of Joel B. Green, ed. Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics,” pp. 32-34.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Aimee Byrd, “A Review of Rachel Held Evans, A Year of Biblical Womanhood: How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on Her Roof, Covering Her Head, and Calling Her Husband ‘Master’” pp. 35-37.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Samuel Emadi, “A Review of Justin Lee, Torn: Rescuing the Gospel from Gays-vs.-Christian Debate,” pp. 38-39.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Chris Sarver, “A Review of Sam Allbery, Is God Anti-Gay? And Other Questions about Homosexuality, the Bible, and Same-sex Attraction,” pp. 40-41.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]David Schrock, “A Review of Peter Hubbard, Love Into Light: The Gospel, The Homosexual, and the Church,” pp. 42-43.[/list]
[list style=”list-img3″]Godwin Sathianathan, “A Review of Heath Lambert, Finally Free: Fighting for Purity with the Power of Grace,” pp. 40-41.[/list]

 

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