Here are some things I have found helpful recently online.
P.S.1. The program for our 2023 annual conference is now available online:
P.S.2. We are also holding our first-ever research conference for women the day after our annual conference:
Kevin DeYoung briefly sorts through conflicting cultural messages about gender, and explains how men and women are part of God’s plan.
Book review: “Embracing Complementarianism” (Graham Beynon and Jane Tooher): “I suspect mainly women will read this book. That would be a mistake” by Ruth Baker 01/11/2022
In her review, Ruth Baker says,
Graham Beynon and Jane Tooher’s book is an absolutely welcome addition to the issue and takes a completely different tack. It can be read by anyone but is of particular use to senior (male) ministers. It takes the reader out of the zone of the negative and polarising positioning and imagines a church where complementarianism is fully embraced and biblically applied.
In this short article, Kevin DeYoung answers some of the usual questions we have about 1 Corinthians 11 and men and women. He also shows us some of the dangers of connecting complementarian belief to the Trinity.
Murray Campbell shares a training paper he wrote on 1 Timothy 2:11-15 for his church. This paper served as background to a sermon series on the letter of 1 Timothy. His hypothesis for his paper is: “the pattern for relationships and God’s concern for order and godliness found in 1 Timothy is consistent with and supports other parts of the Bible”.
John Piper reflects on the state of complementarianism five years after the Nashville Statement.
Truth be told: Empirical research regarding institutional complementarian vitality by Linda Reed 16/11/2022
Linda Reed looks at seminaries in the USA and whether numbers are impacted if the institution holds to complementarian beliefs.