VIDEO: The Bible’s teachings on gender

By Thomas Willis
Jan 31, 2014

Russell D. Moore, president of the ERLC, and Ligon Duncan, chancellor of the Reformed Theological Seminary, discuss the Bible’s teachings on gender roles and complementarianism.

“We know the culture disagrees with us; that’s not the point,” Duncan said. “What the Bible teaches about manhood and womanhood is good. We shouldn’t be ashamed of it. God made it this way for our benefit, and that we might flourish”

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