US Pastor and theologian Kevin DeYoung published a book on complementarianism last year: Men and Women in the Church: A Short, Biblical, Introduction (Crossway 2021). In the links below, DeYoung touches on some of the things he wrote in his book, on other things to do with men and women, and on God’s good plan for our lives.
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Kevin DeYoung shares how husbands can initiate spiritual growth in marriage in ways that are compelling and compassionate.
FamilyLife Today: Submission, strength—and stereotypes. Interview with Kevin DeYoung and Dave and Ann Wilson 11/08/2022
In this interview, Kevin DeYoung and Dave and Ann Wilson discuss wives and submission, respect, and how faithful women in the Bible were strong.
FamilyLife Today: Why gender matters: Interview with Kevin DeYoung and Dave and Ann Wilson 12/08/2022
Some in our society today don’t think gender matters. This interview touches briefly on the importance of gender, including what it means to be a man and what it means to be a woman.
FamilyLife Today: Men and women in the church: Interview with Kevin DeYoung and Dave and Ann Wilson 13/08/2022
In this interview, Dave and Anne Wilson and Kevin DeYoung discuss marriage, motherhood, misunderstanding submission, and more.
Kevin DeYoung discusses the fraught word “patriarchy” and its relationship to complementarianism.
Christ Covenant Church sermon: Unsung heroes: The daughters of Zelophehad (Numbers 36) by Kevin DeYoung 21/08/2022
Many of us don’t know (or can’t recall with much precision) anything about the daughters of Zelophehad. In this sermon, Kevin DeYoung explains why these five women are important in our understanding of the Old Testament. Some people suggest that these women were the first feminists. But DeYoung suggests where he thinks their priorities lay.
Christ Covenant Church sermon: Unsung heroes: Shiphrah and Puah (Exodus 1:15-22) by Kevin DeYoung 26/06/2022
In this sermon, Kevin DeYoung shows us why the Hebrew midwives Shiprah and Ruah are great examples of faith in God for us. He also briefly interacts with the topics of abortion and Margaret Sanger.