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What I Read Online – 09/05/2012 (p.m.)

06 Sep
    • Though the concept of male-female complementarity can be seen from Genesis through Revelation, the label “complementarian” has only been in use for about 25 years. It was coined by a group of scholars who got together to try and come up with a word to describe someone who ascribes to the historic, biblical idea that male and female are equal, but different. The need for such a label arose in response to the proposition that equality means role-interchangeability (egalitarianism)—a concept first forwarded and popularized in evangelical circles in the 1970s and 1980s by “Biblical Feminists.”
    • The plot we picked for our son is temporary, and that is what we remember as we visit it.
    • Youth Ministry and the Means of Grace

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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