Perhaps there are many pastors out there who are unaware of the feminist controversy. Perhaps there are pastors out there who are “quiet complimentarians,” or “natural chauvinists.” Maybe there are pastors who are committed to a biblical understanding of gender roles in the church, but don’t know how to practically implement change.
Should women pray in church? Should women be elders in churches? What about headship in the family? Is the culture moving away from distinction between the genders? Does the Bible support this type of shift? If not, what are the implications of a move away from a biblical model?
If these questions are intriguing to you, I highly recommend that you listen to this interview. The interviewer is Mark Dever, the and panel includes, Randy Stinson, the Executive Director of The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Russell Moore, the Dean of the School of Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and C.J. Mahaney, President of Sovereign Grace Ministries. How’s that for a line up?