My wife wrote this article a year ago. On the text in 1 Peter 3 about the woman being a "weaker vessel." Encouraged by her faithfulness to Scripture and counter-cultural stance. She is such a gift of God's grace to our family.
@canonpress I want to share an extensive block quote from the book for two reasons: (1) it is a very good quote, I might've even read it in my application of the text if I had known about it at the time, (2) I hope it spurs you on to go and buy this book and read the rest of the great content within it.
Thankful for this brother who took time to write out this transcript of what took place. I reblog it here for the record. Follow this blog
Below I’ve transcribed the ERLC Q&A with Dr. Russell Moore that has raised a host of concerns. I’m not sure what the copyright rules are, so I’ll remove it if I’m told to. Until then, I hope this provides something concrete as the conversation continues regarding what was said.
Travis McNeely: My name’s Travis McNeely, messenger of Woodlawn Baptist Church, Dr. Moore, in a 2007 podcast with IX Marks, you were asked whether women underneath the authority of a pastor could teach or preach to men. You said, ‘If the Apostle Paul wanted to say that, he would’ve said it. Everybody in the churches remain under the authority of the pastor. It doesn’t mean you now have the authority to sin, to go against the creational order. It would be very much akin to a woman saying, “I’m going to commit adultery under the headship of my husband. I have…
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This book matters right now. With the mess going on between the different sides of this issue, it's evident that Christians need to be discussing this. So, whether you agree with Nash or not, let's all heed his advice to be learners and discuss this--hearing both sides.