When I was eight years old, I sat on a hot Sunday morning in a ramshackle little church on the edge of town, where the Arizona desert encroaches on the city limits, threatening to swallow it up. The only potential candidates for swallowing this day were the little Pentecostal church and a seedy bar next door.
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“Men and women are different.” This is an obvious enough statement, right? After all, the divine establishment of male and female is a fundamental tenet of humanity created in the image of God. Yet, what does it mean exactly to say that men and women are different, and is there a framework that guides the way we draw implications from the difference between male and female?