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Home, Church, and World: What is Headship Theology? Part 2 with Andrew Bartlett and Terran Williams

By: Tara Korpi, Todd Korpi, Andrew Bartlett, Terran Williams | May 17, 2024

 This two-part episode is the second in a new segment of the Mutuality Matters podcast, hosted by Tara and Todd Korpi. In this segment we discuss headship theology––dynamics of power, authority, and women and men, and how they function in Christian homes, the local church and society as a whole.

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The Image of God as a Statement of Mutuality: An Illustration

By: Aaron K. Husband | April 29, 2024

Aaron Husband explains, using the analogy of a male-female pair appointed as co-directors of a Christian event, how the complementarian hierarchical position is incompatible with the concept of humanity—male and female—as bearers of the divine image.

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Women and Men: A Biblical and Theological Perspective

By: Ian Payne | April 29, 2024

Ian Payne teases out the threads that constitute the equality of women and men, through the imago Dei, both at creation and in the reality of the new creation that Christ brings us into.

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Hierarchy and the Biblical Worldview

By: Alan Myatt | April 29, 2024

Alan Myatt proposes that hierarchical thinking in Christian theology, especially as it endorses the superiority of the male over the female, reflects the Greek philosophical concept of The Great Chain of Being.

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Home, Church, and World: What is Headship Theology? Part 1 with Andrew Bartlett and Terran Williams

By: Tara Korpi, Todd Korpi, Andrew Bartlett, Terran Williams | April 19, 2024

 This two-part episode is the first in a new segment of the Mutuality Matters podcast, hosted by Tara and Todd Korpi. In this segment we discuss headship theology––dynamics of power, authority, and women and men, and how they function in Christian homes, the local church and society as a whole.

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The Household Codes Are One Passage: Why Do We Have Two Exegeses?

By: Robert J. Mayer | April 18, 2024

If we interpret and apply Ephesians 5–6 without reference to the household slavery that Paul obviously recognized in Ephesus, why do we stress patriarchal interpretations of the same passage in a society that has become post-patriarchal?

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4 Ways Complementarian Churches Can Be Better for Women

By: Chesna Hinkley | January 18, 2024

Many complementarians want to respect women’s needs and stories and benefit more concretely from their insights, but are not sure how to begin moving in that direction. I used to leave church in frustration every week because of the implicit marginalization on display in services. A childhood, or lifetime, of watching women pushed further [...]

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Upside-down Kingdom Authority

By: Lauren Mulford | January 4, 2024

Complementarians talk a lot about authority. It's essential to their understanding of patriarchal order in the home, church, and the world. But is that order of authority really what God intended? What if Jesus came to turn that understanding of authority upside-down? 

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Audio: Global Flourishing as a Result of Biblical Gender Equality with Mimi Haddad

By: Mimi Haddad | December 29, 2023

Explore the profound insights of Robert A. Seiple, ex-president of World Vision International, in this lecture tackling the pervasive issue of gender-based violence. Delve into ideas and consequences shaping human flourishing, aiming to diminish inequalities and foster a world free from gender-based violence.  

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