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Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | Winter 2015

An interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed academic journal exploring Bible interpretation, theology, church history, and other disciplines as they address a biblical view of women’s equality and justice in the home, church, and world.

"Priscilla and Aquila instructed Apollos more perfectly in the way of the Lord." (Acts 18:26)

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Status Quaestionis

Winter 2015

Volume: 29 | Number: 1

Status Quaestionis

Central figures in the decades-long debate over the biblical and theological case for evangelical egalitarianism give readers a sense of the status of the debate.


Editor's Reflections | Winter 2015 (29.1)
By: Jeff Miller | January 31, 2015
My perhaps-naïve assumption is that the editor’s introduction is the least-read part of any journal. As a result, I should briefly reiterate my first introduction from the autumn 2014 issue—in case you missed it. My name is Jeff Miller. My wife Dana and I live, work, and minister in the mountains of eastern [...]

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The Bible Teaches the Equal Standing of Man and Woman
By: Philip B. Payne | January 31, 2015
From creation to new creation, the Bible’s message about gender in the church and marriage consistently affirms the equal standing of man and woman.

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The Evolution of Complementarian Exegesis
By: Jamin Hübner | January 31, 2015
It is common to view the entire debate between complementarianism and egalitarianism in terms of which side has more biblical support. Both sides of the debate have an explicitly high view of scripture that gives biblical texts a central place of authority. Exegetical theology, then, is naturally given a tremendous amount of weight—as are [...]

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Egalitarians: A New Path to Liberalism? Or Integral to Evangelical DNA?
By: Mimi Haddad | January 31, 2015
This paper briefly considers historical material often overlooked by evangelicals in assessing the theological orthodoxy of egalitarians.

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The Genesis of Confusion: How “Complementarians” Have Corrupted Communication
By: Kevin Giles | January 31, 2015
The bitter debate among evangelicals is not about male and female “roles,” or male and female “differentiation,” or the “complementarity” of the sexes.

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Global Evangelicalism: Theology, History and Culture in Regional Perspective
By: Herbert D. Miller | January 31, 2015
The purposes of the book are to provide a general introduction to evangelicalism and offer a global survey of the topic.

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