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June 5, 2024 By Jonathan Swan
Editor’s Note: The following article appears in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. The church faces new challenges in every generation.[1] In the eighteenth century, for example, the English-speaking church faced intense theological attacks on the doctrine of the Trinity. Today, doctrinal challenges revolve mainly around the ethics of human sexuality. Where Enlightenment rationalism and...
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June 5, 2024 By Jonathan Swan
Editor’s Note: The following article is part of a multi-denominational forum on the state of complementarianism and appears in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. Q: What do you believe the Bible teaches about God’s design for men and women, particularly in the home and the church? How do you view the relationship between the Bible’s...
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June 3, 2024 By Jonathan Swan
Editor’s Note: The following article is part of a multi-denominational forum on the state of complementarianism and appears in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. Q: What do you believe the Bible teaches about God’s design for men and women, particularly in the home and the church? How do you view the relationship between the Bible’s...
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April 29, 2024 By Denny Burk
Editor’s Note: The following article is Part III of a response to Christianity Today’s April 2024 cover story on gender and appears in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. Parts I and II can be read here and here. One of the glorious and beautiful truths of—and legacies of—biblical Christianity is Christianity’s effect in history...
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April 29, 2024 By CBMW
Editor’s Note: The following article is Part II of a response to Christianity Today’s April 2024 cover story on gender and appears in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. Parts I and III can be read here and here. Gordon Hugenberger rightly reminds us in his essay in Christianity Today of the many areas where...
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April 29, 2024 By Denny Burk
The April 2024 issue of Christianity Today includes three cover stories addressing ongoing differences between complementarians and egalitarians. Titled “Division of Labor,” the cover asks whether egalitarians and complementarians are really as opposed to one another as people suppose. Inside the magazine, the editors introduce the three authors—Gordan Hugenberger, Dani Treweek, and Gaby Viesca—as “ministry...
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