Whatever God has in store for ‘complementarianism’ in the future our responsibility is to be clear, very clear, in articulating what we think and why we think it—what it is about the Bible, or a wise understanding of the world we live in, that leads us to the position we have in our ‘in house’ debates. And then to be clear, very clear, about the points at which, and the reasons why, we disagree with someone else who also rejects egalitarianism. Less heat, more light, is needed in these debates between ourselves especially when we need to say, “I think that’s outside the bounds of what the Bible teaches”. We need to work in a way that encourages that clarity and constructive frankness to take place. Thick skins when on the receiving end, and clear explanations of what we do and don’t believe and why when on the giving end is what we need to aim for.