Biblical Manhood and Womanhood in Today’s Context: An Urgent and Relevant Imperative

W. Jackson Watts (Editor’s note: This post is the fifth in a five-part series of talks given by the members of the Commission for Theological Integrity at this past National Association in Birmingham. Prior talks/posts can be found here, here, here, and here. Please note that this material wasn’t…

Apostasy in 2 Peter: Its Literary Setting and the Role of Spiritual Immaturity (Matthew McAffee)

The Epistemology of Robert E. Picirilli (Alejandro R. Johnson) 2022 Symposium Session 1

Male Headship in 1 Corinthians 11:3-16

Cory Thompson The meaning of words matters, especially in the biblical text. The authority of the Bible is a critical issue that confronts every age. To faithfully follow the Lord Jesus is to faithfully follow his Word. To faithfully follow the Lord Jesus and his Word, the Christian…

What Does the Christian Tradition Say about the Ordination of Women? 

Kevin Hester   When discussing the ordination of women from a historical perspective there is a theological tension that must be observed. This tension is tested at various points by cultural perspectives that at different times and in different eras tend to push the discussion in different ways.…
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