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Oct 04, 2006


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Very interesting points, Michael. Thinking more on contemporary evangelicals for Gender Equality, I found it interesting that Mark Driscoll just spoke at the DG National Conference on the Nine Non-Negotiables that the church needs to contend for in this post-modern world --one of the nine being *gender roles*. John Piper heartily agreed.

How does one dialogue with such a position--that if you aren't complementarian, you aren't part of the orthodox faith....
Read more here:

You can listen to Driscoll here:

Again, thank you for this series.

Michael Kruse

"How does one dialogue with such a position--that if you aren't complementarian, you aren't part of the orthodox faith...."

Precisely! I think your question is rhetorical here but it is an important one. Personally, I think we have to first understand what we believe and then live according to it. We lead with a vision of what we can and should be rather than making the focus of our lives those we oppose or disagree with. I am not saying that we disengage from the debate but the debate itself can easily consume us. These are some of the things I am learning.

Thanks for the links!

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