Thursday, March 8, 2018

Can students tell the difference between a Man and Woman?

Do college kids think there's a difference between
men and women? FPIW visited
Seattle University to find out.




God's Design for Man and Woman

God's Design for Man and Woman

Andreas J. KöstenbergerMargaret Elizabeth Köstenberger

Husband-and-wife biblical scholars set forth a robust biblical theology of gender, examining key texts, employing sound hermeneutical principles, and considering important historical influences related to the Bible’s teaching on manhood and womanhood.


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1 comment:

  1. “The eclipse of the family in human society is one of the most disastrous developments of our age. Sadly, the eclipse of the biblical model of marriage and family has also happened within far too many evangelical churches. Andreas and Margaret Köstenberger come to the rescue with biblical and theological insight and practical wisdom.”
    R. Albert Mohler Jr., President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

    “Models the best of Christian discernment about matters of gender, theology, justice, roles, and gifts. It is faithful in its representation both of God’s character and our own propensity to sin, pastoral in its application of faithful biblical hermeneutics, insightful in its explanation of original word usages and their application, concise in its framing of hot-button issues and the hermeneutical fallacies that often fuel them, and charitable in its handling of the motives of those who disagree.”
    Rosaria Butterfield, Former Professor of English, Syracuse University; author, The Gospel Comes with a House Key

    “A refreshingly clear, well-informed, balanced, thorough, biblically faithful overview of the teachings of the entire Bible about manhood and womanhood as designed by God and intended for the joy and well-being of both women and men. A significant achievement!”
    Wayne Grudem, Distinguished Research Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies, Phoenix Seminary

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