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New Voices: How Complementarianism Just Makes No Sense with Terran Williams

In his new book, How God Sees Women, author and pastor, Terran Williams gives an extensive guide to navigating complementarian arguments against the inclusion of women. In this episode, Blake and Erin give listeners a preview of why this complementarian-turned-mutualist pastor is a wonderful resource for how Scripture and Christ see and empower women. Listen as he shares how complementarianism deeply impacts women in his own context of South Africa and all over the world and why that needs to change. You can find his book here: 



After a decade of leading the preaching team and sermon content creation of a vibrant church, as it grew into the thousands, Terran Williams has now taken full time to writing books and creating video journeys to serve the wider church and world. He authored Biblica’s Reach4Life youth bible—with a print of two million in 30 languages. A seasoned church planter, he also created an intensive two-year church planter course that rolled out in the US, the UK and South Africa. Avid surfer, father of five and coffee-lover, his other passion is, for skeptics and believers alike, building a bridge from God’s Word to your world.  


Other Reading: 

How God Sees Women by Terran Williams: 

Men and Women in Christ: Adjudicating the Complementarian-Egalitarian Debate by Andrew Bartlett:|M 

Spoiling the Beautiful Difference by Ian Paul and Andrew Bartlett: 

Book Review on How God Sees Women: The End of Patriarchy: 

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