This is the introductory post to a short series on the nature of gender. Click here to see the other posts in the series One of the major reasons why our society finds itself in such turmoil over sex and gender is because we don’t know the story of gender. We (mostly) know that there is such a thing as biological difference between men and women, but we don’t know what those differences mean. Without a framework for understanding maleness and femaleness we’ve turned “masculinity” and “femininity” into expressions of culture or personal feeling. Evangelical theology has not helped this...
Participation is everywhere in the Bible in different examples and forms. In each case there is an order—one person comes from and shares in another—but also that both participate in each other’s lives.
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