Culture and Hermeneutics (Panel 1)

Understanding the Complementarian Position: Considering Implications and Exploring Practices in the Home and the Local Church

Tom Nelson, Bill Kynes, Debby Rowe, Alvin Sanders, and Andrea Tyson | January 18, 2012

Series: Understanding the Complementarian Position

Event: 2012 EFCA Theology Conference

The panel addresses these questions: What are some specific ways the culture influences and affects the church and its teaching, specifically understanding the roles of men and women? What are some of the cultural pressure points for men and women regarding the family, the church and leadership within the church? What kind of affect has culture had on our reading and understanding of the Bible, specifically in the realm of gender and the roles of men and women? As we engage in this important discussion regarding the roles of men and women, generally, and the complementarian position, specifically, is this to be considered a gospel issue? What are some vital biblical truths and important relational principles you live by and seek to model to others?

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