2.14 Jonathan Leeman, David Schrock, Stephen Wellum • Interview • “Criteria for When a Woman Can Teach Among Christians”

Episode 031
42 Min
March 27, 2023
ABOUT THE EPISODE
Does Scripture permit a woman to teach a Sunday School class? What about lead a small group? While Scripture clearly teaches complementary roles for men and women, applying this teaching to various ministry settings requires careful thought. So, what does a faithful and wise complementarianism look like in practice?
Timestamps to Know
  • Intro: 00:37
  • How Conversations on Complementarianism Have Shifted – 02:33
  • Complementarianism Through the Decades – 05:11
  • The Gift of Authority Preserves Goodness & Distinction of Gender – 07:37
  • Erasure of Gender Leads to Authority and Justice Issues – 09:55
  • ‘Real’ and ‘Perceived’ Injustices in Authority – 12:14
  • Why Leeman’s Article is an Important Piece For Today – 14:26
  • Lines that are Drawn for Teaching- 17:56
  • Concentric Circles of Authority Stemming From the Church – 20:38
  • A Theology of the Gathered Church is Crucial – 23:50
  • Is There Correlation between Ecclesiology and Egalitarianism – 26:54
  • Working Backwards from 1 Tim. 3:15 to 1 Tim. 2 – 30:07
  • Starting With a Full-Orbed Christian Worldview – 33:11
  • What If a Pastor Doesn’t Hold Fast to Complementarianism? – 35:07
  • What If a Denomination Doesn’t Hold Fast to Complementarianism? – 38:09
  • Outro – 40:20
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